0 uses an extended serialization format for transactions. 0xFF, metin2 xpub bitcoin, 0xFD: extended public key. 0xFD: unknown pubkey, but we know the Bitcoin address.
This is the legit Bitcoin serialization of public keys. The cosigner should know the public key. Built with Sphinx using a theme provided by Read the Docs. Hierarchically Derived Keys Bitcore provides full support for BIP32, allowing for many key management schemas that benefit from this property. Please be sure to read and understand the basic concepts and the warnings on that BIP before using these classes. Represents an instance of an hierarchically derived private key.
Object Returns a plain object with a representation of this private key. Get a derived child based on a string or number. If the first argument is a string, it’s parsed as the full path of derivation. 1000″, where the ‘ quote means a hardened derivation.
If the first argument is a number, the child with that index will be derived. If the second argument is truthy, the hardened version will be derived. See the example usage for clarification. Returns the console representation of this extended private key. Verifies that a given path is valid. Array Internal function that splits a string path into a derivation index array.
It will return null if the string path is malformed. It does not validate if indexes are in bounds. Verifies that a given serialized private key in base58 with checksum format is valid. The representation of an hierarchically derived public key.