Bech32 and WIF payload format are mostly orthogonal issues. You can design a
new wallet import format now and later switch it to Bech32.
> On Sep 17, 2017, at 7:42 AM, AJ West via bitcoin-dev
> Hi I have a small interjection about the point on
Hi I have a small interjection about the point on error correction (excuse
me if it seems elementary). Isn't there an argument to be made where a
wallet software should never attempt to figure out the 'correct' address,
or in this case private key? I don't think it's crazy to suggest somebody
On 17.09.2017 04:29, Pieter Wuille wrote:
> This has been a low-priority thing for me, though, and the computation work
> to find a good checksum is significant.
Thanks for the info. I guess this means that a bech32 format for private
keys is not going to happen soon. Even if such a format