On 02/23/2015 03:11 PM, Mike Hearn wrote:
>> 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.

No problem, we don't all have the same context. I may have missed prior

> 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.

Does this not also require the BT publication of the script for a P2SH


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