Actually, the security of the PaymetRequest is pretty much out of your
control as soon as the PaymentRequest is created on the server. You have no
idea what the hotel does with it. Also if it's stored in the hotel server I
have to trust the hotel to keep it safe for me.
Well, yes. But if
That was essentially what we did in the end, we replaced the network
identifier (main/test) with the genesis block hash. The result is
never going to accidentally work with Bitcoin Core (nor vice-versa), but
is readily extensible to any other altcoins that want to use the
Den 14 mar 2015 00:59 skrev Patrick Mccorry (PGR)
That all seems more complicated than it needs to be - the service you are
paying knows that it had received a payment from some public key Q
(regardless of script type, as all scripts require a public key).
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