> I don't see how you propose to treat the bitcoin address as a secp256k1
> public key, or do you mean something else?

Sorry, I skipped a step. I shouldn't make assumptions about what's obvious.
The server would provide the public key and the client would convert it to
address form then match against the URI it has scanned. If it didn't match,
stop at that point.
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