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comment Is secp256r1 more secure than secp256k1?
Thanks for the detailed answer. Just a short FYI - while "you" or I can't change Bitcoin's algorithm, "We" the economical majority can. If it is determined some day that that a change of algorithm if needed, then it can be done as of some future block number. See en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Economic_majority
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comment Is secp256r1 more secure than secp256k1?
See also on /r/bitcoin - reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/2ffy7k/…
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comment Is there a way to use Shamir Secret Sharing with updatable data?
Nice improvements, thanks!
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comment Is there a way to use Shamir Secret Sharing with updatable data?
I don't want to retain the key in unencrypted form, but I can (hopefully) retain it in my memory.
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comment Is there a way to use Shamir Secret Sharing with updatable data?
@CodesInChaos - see my answer - crypto.stackexchange.com/a/6644/340
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answered Is there a way to use Shamir Secret Sharing with updatable data?
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comment Is there a way to use Shamir Secret Sharing with updatable data?
@CodesInChaos - Hmm, close but no cigar. I need to be able to update the data, which means Read it, Change it, and Save it. I can't read it without retaining the private key.
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comment How secure is the Bitcoin protocol?
Now that Bitcoin SE is open, should this question be moved there?
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