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April 07, 2014, 12:36:30 PM
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I am writting the specs of a new wallet. Regards to multisig I would like you to come with suggestions of how it should work. what is needed to implement it and more? In a other thread to add multisig a developer said it was just needed to 1 day of implementation and one day of testing.

So far I have two level security descibed. With multisig I assume that have three security levels would make people in the community to start using it.

Appreciate any advices.

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April 07, 2014, 01:04:04 PM
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I don't think its that easy. Maybe he meant 1 day to implement the multisig transactions only. But to make it really usable, you'd need much more than that:

- verify scripts (check public keys against the address book)
- decode raw transaction and display the outputs (also comparing to address book entries)
- sending the signed script/transaction to the next user to sign (maybe bitmessage integration)



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April 07, 2014, 07:07:47 PM
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Yes, it was implementing multisig into å existing wallet.

If you are a wallet developer, send me a pm for quote or å collaboration.

I don't think its that easy. Maybe he meant 1 day to implement the multisig transactions only. But to make it really usable, you'd need much more than that:

- verify scripts (check public keys against the address book)
- decode raw transaction and display the outputs (also comparing to address book entries)
- sending the signed script/transaction to the next user to sign (maybe bitmessage integration)




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