Good morning Eugene, > > how about using of Chernoff Faces to identify node’s public key? Since humans > are best fit to recognize small changes in faces and to remember them. Why do humans have this circuitry? Such strange objects... One could wonder about sentients without such circuitry.
Hi, how about using of Chernoff Faces to identify node’s public key? Since humans are best fit to recognize small changes in faces and to remember them. To achieve avalanche effect from changing a private key to produce much different face, one can just plug node’s public key into a
Why not a confirmation phrase of a few words? This should be easier to implement and fit into a pre-existing design programme. Given a pool of enough words this would surely be as reliable as an identicon, no? Best regards, Max On 29 Dec 2018, 17:23 +0100, William Casarin , wrote: > Pavol
Pavol Rusnak via Lightning-dev writes: > Hi all! > > Currently, when I perform a payment via QR code, I usually check the > payee node id (public key) in the send dialog. However, this is a rather > long hex value, so for example Eclair app shows just the beginning and > the end of the value. >