> Regardless, I think a standard for passing partially signed transactions 
> around might make sense (maybe a future extension to BIP70), with attention 
> to both PC <-> small hardware devices and pushing stuff around on the 
> Internet.  It would be great if users had a choice of hardware signing 
> devices, local software and third-party cosigning services that would all 
> interoperate out of the box to enable easy multisig security, which in the 
> BTC world subsumes the goals of 2FA.

I think a standard for passing partially signed transactions is a great idea as 
well.  This would support interoperability of wallets/clients and third-party 
services (if users choose to use them).

Brian Erdelyi
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