Thanks, I'll check it out.

On Thu, Aug 30, 2018, 3:33 PM Aymeric Vitte <> wrote:

> Le 28/08/2018 à 20:36, Jonas Schnelli via bitcoin-dev a écrit :
> > I’d like to hear some concrete use-cases for a such block explorer(ish)
> API.
> which is somewhere
> bitcoin-cli outside of bitcoin core with no wallet, which implies that
> you don't want to mix/provide your wallet with/to the app creating your
> transactions and/or you don't want to use wallet sw
> Problem: quasi nobody succeeds to use it (and probably this trend is
> unlikely to revert), that's why there is which
> is querying the info outside and output the right command to use with
> the tool (or output the transaction if people put their keys, which is
> of course not advised unless they are sure that the corresponding
> addresses are dead ones)
> It is planned to put the app for the advanced mode (ie people must know
> all the parameters) as an offline one inside browsers, then back to the
> above problem...
> So probably the offline mode should include a phase where the tool
> connects to some APIs/explorers like the one suggested here before
> switching to the offline mode to enter the keys, this will always be not
> very secure for the query phase unless it can become something
> decentralized (and usable the same way on different networks), which as
> far as I understand is envisioned here
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