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On BIP0032 and Bitcoin Deterministic Wallets

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On BIP0032 and Bitcoin Deterministic Wallets

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Bitcoin Hierarchical Deterministic wallet in Python

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Is there a hierarchical deterministic way for wallet recovery in tezos wallets like for bitcoin?

Hi, when you have a bitcoin (or ETH) wallet and a private key for it, and when your specific wallet APP vanishes suddenly from the internet - you can easily take your private key (or your seedphrase), insert it in another available wallet APP , and continue to interact with your original bitcoin funds. u/CryptonomicTech,
To what degree do we have such a functionality within Tezos wallet systems?
Direct question: IF you have a tezbox wallet, can you take your tezbox seedphrase and enter it into Galleon and Galleon recognizes instantly your available XTZ funds?
If there is not any such feature currently within Tezos, Any experts here who find this useful as a proposal, for higher security and better fund recovery purposes?
Thanks
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HD Wallets & Keychain Management for Users of BSV: FAIA Corp Head of Technology Brendan Lee explains what hierarchically deterministic key pairs would mean in the key chain management on Bitcoin SV blockchain

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New Flutter friendly Dart package for Bitcoin BIP32/Hierarchical Deterministic Wallets

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Did you guys know there's a month-old $500 bounty on implementing deterministic wallets in Bitcoin Core?

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Does anyone know of this back-door impacts Bitcoin wallets? If The Dual Elliptic Curve Deterministic Random Bit Generator is back-doored, is that a problem?

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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: New Flutter friendly Dart package for Bitcoin BIP32/Hierarchical Deterministic Wallets /r/FlutterDev

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BIP: 44 Layer: Applications Title: Multi-Account Hierarchy for Deterministic Wallets Author: Marek Palatinus Pavol Rusnak Comments-Summary: Mixed review (one person) Comments-URI: https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/wiki/Comments:BIP-0044 Status: Proposed

This file is part of the Trezor project.

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import binascii import functools import getpass import logging import os import sys import time import warnings
from mnemonic import Mnemonic
from . import ( btc, cosi, debuglink, device, ethereum, firmware, lisk, mapping, messages as proto, misc, nem, stellar, tools, )
if sys.version_info.major < 3: raise Exception("Trezorlib does not support Python 2 anymore.")
SCREENSHOT = False LOG = logging.getLogger(name)

make a getch function

try: import termios import tty
# POSIX system. Create and return a getch that manipulates the tty. # On Windows, termios will fail to import.
def getch(): fd = sys.stdin.fileno() old_settings = termios.tcgetattr(fd) try: tty.setraw(fd) ch = sys.stdin.read(1) finally: termios.tcsetattr(fd, termios.TCSADRAIN, old_settings) return ch
except ImportError: # Windows system. # Use msvcrt's getch function. import msvcrt
def getch(): while True: key = msvcrt.getch() if key in (0x00, 0xe0): # skip special keys: read the scancode and repeat msvcrt.getch() continue return key.decode()
def get_buttonrequest_value(code): # Converts integer code to its string representation of ButtonRequestType return [ k for k in dir(proto.ButtonRequestType) if getattr(proto.ButtonRequestType, k) == code ][0]
class PinException(tools.CallException): pass
class MovedTo: """Deprecation redirector for methods that were formerly part of TrezorClient"""
def init(self, where): self.where = where self.name = where.module + "." + where.name
def _deprecated_redirect(self, client, args, *kwargs): """Redirector for a deprecated method on TrezorClient""" warnings.warn( "Function has been moved to %s" % self.name, DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2, ) return self.where(client, args, *kwargs)
def get(self, instance, cls): if instance is None: return self._deprecated_redirect else: return functools.partial(self._deprecated_redirect, instance)
class BaseClient(object): # Implements very basic layer of sending raw protobuf # messages to device and getting its response back. def init(self, transport, *kwargs): LOG.info("creating client instance for device: {}".format(transport.getpath())) self.transport = transport super(BaseClient, self).init_() # *args, *kwargs)
def close(self): pass
def cancel(self): self.transport.write(proto.Cancel())
@tools.session def callraw(self, msg): tracebackhide_ = True # for pytest # pylint: disable=W0612 self.transport.write(msg) return self.transport.read()
@tools.session def call(self, msg): resp = self.callraw(msg) handler_name = "callback%s" % resp.class.name handler = getattr(self, handler_name, None)
if handler is not None: msg = handler(resp) if msg is None: raise ValueError( "Callback %s must return protobuf message, not None" % handler ) resp = self.call(msg)
return resp
def callback_Failure(self, msg): if msg.code in ( proto.FailureType.PinInvalid, proto.FailureType.PinCancelled, proto.FailureType.PinExpected, ): raise PinException(msg.code, msg.message)
raise tools.CallException(msg.code, msg.message)
def register_message(self, msg): """Allow application to register custom protobuf message type""" mapping.register_message(msg)
class TextUIMixin(object): # This class demonstrates easy test-based UI # integration between the device and wallet. # You can implement similar functionality # by implementing your own GuiMixin with # graphical widgets for every type of these callbacks.
def init(self, args, *kwargs): super(TextUIMixin, self).init(args, *kwargs)
@staticmethod def print(text): print(text, file=sys.stderr)
def callback_ButtonRequest(self, msg): # log("Sending ButtonAck for %s " % get_buttonrequest_value(msg.code)) return proto.ButtonAck()
def callback_RecoveryMatrix(self, msg): if self.recovery_matrix_first_pass: self.recovery_matrix_first_pass = False self.print( "Use the numeric keypad to describe positions. For the word list use only left and right keys." ) self.print("Use backspace to correct an entry. The keypad layout is:") self.print(" 7 8 9 7 | 9") self.print(" 4 5 6 4 | 6") self.print(" 1 2 3 1 | 3") while True: character = getch() if character in ("\x03", "\x04"): return proto.Cancel()
if character in ("\x08", "\x7f"): return proto.WordAck(word="\x08")
# ignore middle column if only 6 keys requested. if msg.type == proto.WordRequestType.Matrix6 and character in ( "2", "5", "8", ): continue
if character.isdigit(): return proto.WordAck(word=character)
def callback_PinMatrixRequest(self, msg): if msg.type == proto.PinMatrixRequestType.Current: desc = "current PIN" elif msg.type == proto.PinMatrixRequestType.NewFirst: desc = "new PIN" elif msg.type == proto.PinMatrixRequestType.NewSecond: desc = "new PIN again" else: desc = "PIN"
self.print( "Use the numeric keypad to describe number positions. The layout is:" ) self.print(" 7 8 9") self.print(" 4 5 6") self.print(" 1 2 3") self.print("Please enter %s: " % desc) pin = getpass.getpass("") if not pin.isdigit(): raise ValueError("Non-numerical PIN provided") return proto.PinMatrixAck(pin=pin)
def callback_PassphraseRequest(self, msg): if msg.on_device is True: return proto.PassphraseAck()
if os.getenv("PASSPHRASE") is not None: self.print("Passphrase required. Using PASSPHRASE environment variable.") passphrase = Mnemonic.normalize_string(os.getenv("PASSPHRASE")) return proto.PassphraseAck(passphrase=passphrase)
self.print("Passphrase required: ") passphrase = getpass.getpass("") self.print("Confirm your Passphrase: ") if passphrase == getpass.getpass(""): passphrase = Mnemonic.normalize_string(passphrase) return proto.PassphraseAck(passphrase=passphrase) else: self.print("Passphrase did not match! ") exit()
def callback_PassphraseStateRequest(self, msg): return proto.PassphraseStateAck()
def callback_WordRequest(self, msg): if msg.type in (proto.WordRequestType.Matrix9, proto.WordRequestType.Matrix6): return self.callback_RecoveryMatrix(msg) self.print("Enter one word of mnemonic: ") word = input() if self.expand: word = self.mnemonic_wordlist.expand_word(word) return proto.WordAck(word=word)
class DebugLinkMixin(object): # This class implements automatic responses # and other functionality for unit tests # for various callbacks, created in order # to automatically pass unit tests. # # This mixing should be used only for purposes # of unit testing, because it will fail to work # without special DebugLink interface provided # by the device. DEBUG = LOG.getChild("debug_link").debug
def init(self, args, *kwargs): super(DebugLinkMixin, self).init(args, *kwargs) self.debug = None self.in_with_statement = 0 self.button_wait = 0 self.screenshot_id = 0
# Always press Yes and provide correct pin self.setup_debuglink(True, True)
# Do not expect any specific response from device self.expected_responses = None
# Use blank passphrase self.set_passphrase("")
def close(self): super(DebugLinkMixin, self).close() if self.debug: self.debug.close()
def set_debuglink(self, debug_transport): self.debug = debuglink.DebugLink(debug_transport)
def set_buttonwait(self, secs): self.button_wait = secs
def enter(self): # For usage in with/expected_responses self.in_with_statement += 1 return self
def exit(self, _type, value, traceback): self.in_with_statement -= 1
if _type is not None: # Another exception raised return False
# return isinstance(value, TypeError) # Evaluate missed responses in 'with' statement if self.expected_responses is not None and len(self.expected_responses): raise RuntimeError( "Some of expected responses didn't come from device: %s" % [repr(x) for x in self.expected_responses] )
# Cleanup self.expected_responses = None return False
def set_expected_responses(self, expected): if not self.in_with_statement: raise RuntimeError("Must be called inside 'with' statement") self.expected_responses = expected
def setup_debuglink(self, button, pin_correct): self.button = button # True -> YES button, False -> NO button self.pin_correct = pin_correct
def set_passphrase(self, passphrase): self.passphrase = Mnemonic.normalize_string(passphrase)
def set_mnemonic(self, mnemonic): self.mnemonic = Mnemonic.normalize_string(mnemonic).split(" ")
def callraw(self, msg): tracebackhide_ = True # for pytest # pylint: disable=W0612
if SCREENSHOT and self.debug: from PIL import Image
layout = self.debug.read_layout() im = Image.new("RGB", (128, 64)) pix = im.load() for x in range(128): for y in range(64): rx, ry = 127 - x, 63 - y if (ord(layout[rx + (ry / 8) * 128]) & (1 << (ry % 8))) > 0: pix[x, y] = (255, 255, 255) im.save("scr%05d.png" % self.screenshot_id) self.screenshot_id += 1
resp = super(DebugLinkMixin, self).call_raw(msg) self._check_request(resp) return resp
def check_request(self, msg): tracebackhide_ = True # for pytest # pylint: disable=W0612
if self.expected_responses is not None: try: expected = self.expected_responses.pop(0) except IndexError: raise AssertionError( proto.FailureType.UnexpectedMessage, "Got %s, but no message has been expected" % repr(msg), )
if msg.class != expected.class: raise AssertionError( proto.FailureType.UnexpectedMessage, "Expected %s, got %s" % (repr(expected), repr(msg)), )
for field, value in expected.dict.items(): if value is None or value == []: continue if getattr(msg, field) != value: raise AssertionError( proto.FailureType.UnexpectedMessage, "Expected %s, got %s" % (repr(expected), repr(msg)), )
def callback_ButtonRequest(self, msg): self.DEBUG("ButtonRequest code: " + get_buttonrequest_value(msg.code))
self.DEBUG("Pressing button " + str(self.button)) if self.button_wait: self.DEBUG("Waiting %d seconds " % self.button_wait) time.sleep(self.button_wait) self.debug.press_button(self.button) return proto.ButtonAck()
def callback_PinMatrixRequest(self, msg): if self.pin_correct: pin = self.debug.read_pin_encoded() else: pin = "444222" return proto.PinMatrixAck(pin=pin)
def callback_PassphraseRequest(self, msg): self.DEBUG("Provided passphrase: '%s'" % self.passphrase) return proto.PassphraseAck(passphrase=self.passphrase)
def callback_PassphraseStateRequest(self, msg): return proto.PassphraseStateAck()
def callback_WordRequest(self, msg): (word, pos) = self.debug.read_recovery_word() if word != "": return proto.WordAck(word=word) if pos != 0: return proto.WordAck(word=self.mnemonic[pos - 1])
raise RuntimeError("Unexpected call")
class ProtocolMixin(object): VENDORS = ("bitcointrezor.com", "trezor.io")
def init(self, state=None, args, *kwargs): super(ProtocolMixin, self).init(args, *kwargs) self.state = state self.init_device() self.tx_api = None
def set_tx_api(self, tx_api): self.tx_api = tx_api
def init_device(self): init_msg = proto.Initialize() if self.state is not None: init_msg.state = self.state self.features = tools.expect(proto.Features)(self.call)(init_msg) if str(self.features.vendor) not in self.VENDORS: raise RuntimeError("Unsupported device")
@staticmethod def expand_path(n): warnings.warn( "expand_path is deprecated, use tools.parse_path", DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2, ) return tools.parse_path(n)
@tools.expect(proto.Success, field="message") def ping( self, msg, button_protection=False, pin_protection=False, passphrase_protection=False, ): msg = proto.Ping( message=msg, button_protection=button_protection, pin_protection=pin_protection, passphrase_protection=passphrase_protection, ) return self.call(msg)
def get_device_id(self): return self.features.device_id
def _prepare_sign_tx(self, inputs, outputs): tx = proto.TransactionType() tx.inputs = inputs tx.outputs = outputs
txes = {None: tx}
for inp in inputs: if inp.prev_hash in txes: continue
if inp.script_type in ( proto.InputScriptType.SPENDP2SHWITNESS, proto.InputScriptType.SPENDWITNESS, ): continue
if not self.tx_api: raise RuntimeError("TX_API not defined")
prev_tx = self.tx_api.get_tx(binascii.hexlify(inp.prev_hash).decode()) txes[inp.prev_hash] = prev_tx
return txes
@tools.expect(proto.Success, field="message") def clear_session(self): return self.call(proto.ClearSession())
# Device functionality wipe_device = MovedTo(device.wipe) recovery_device = MovedTo(device.recover) reset_device = MovedTo(device.reset) backup_device = MovedTo(device.backup)
# debugging load_device_by_mnemonic = MovedTo(debuglink.load_device_by_mnemonic) load_device_by_xprv = MovedTo(debuglink.load_device_by_xprv) self_test = MovedTo(debuglink.self_test)
set_u2f_counter = MovedTo(device.set_u2f_counter)
apply_settings = MovedTo(device.apply_settings) apply_flags = MovedTo(device.apply_flags) change_pin = MovedTo(device.change_pin)
# Firmware functionality firmware_update = MovedTo(firmware.update)
# BTC-like functionality get_public_node = MovedTo(btc.get_public_node) get_address = MovedTo(btc.get_address) sign_tx = MovedTo(btc.sign_tx) sign_message = MovedTo(btc.sign_message) verify_message = MovedTo(btc.verify_message)
# CoSi functionality cosi_commit = MovedTo(cosi.commit) cosi_sign = MovedTo(cosi.sign)
# Ethereum functionality ethereum_get_address = MovedTo(ethereum.get_address) ethereum_sign_tx = MovedTo(ethereum.sign_tx) ethereum_sign_message = MovedTo(ethereum.sign_message) ethereum_verify_message = MovedTo(ethereum.verify_message)
# Lisk functionality lisk_get_address = MovedTo(lisk.get_address) lisk_get_public_key = MovedTo(lisk.get_public_key) lisk_sign_message = MovedTo(lisk.sign_message) lisk_verify_message = MovedTo(lisk.verify_message) lisk_sign_tx = MovedTo(lisk.sign_tx)
# NEM functionality nem_get_address = MovedTo(nem.get_address) nem_sign_tx = MovedTo(nem.sign_tx)
# Stellar functionality stellar_get_address = MovedTo(stellar.get_address) stellar_sign_transaction = MovedTo(stellar.sign_tx)
# Miscellaneous cryptographic functionality get_entropy = MovedTo(misc.get_entropy) sign_identity = MovedTo(misc.sign_identity) get_ecdh_session_key = MovedTo(misc.get_ecdh_session_key) encrypt_keyvalue = MovedTo(misc.encrypt_keyvalue) decrypt_keyvalue = MovedTo(misc.decrypt_keyvalue)
class TrezorClient(ProtocolMixin, TextUIMixin, BaseClient): def init(self, transport, args, *kwargs): super().init(transport=transport, args, *kwargs)
class TrezorClientDebugLink(ProtocolMixin, DebugLinkMixin, BaseClient): def init(self, transport, args, *kwargs): super().init(transport=transport, args, *kwargs) Desktop version
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noobQuestion. If i have bitcoin in a deterministic wallet like electrum and i import just one private key to a different computer will all my addresses be accessible that came from the same seed. Without the seed words being transferred to the other computer, just one privkey.

if this questions doesn't make sense i will try again.
basically i want my brother to have access to one address i control so i can put money in there and also move it out when i need to. but i don't want all my BTC to pop up in his electrum.
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Any update on implementing deterministic wallets in Bitcoin Core?

I'm wandering if anyone has any news (or links to discussions, updates, etc.) regarding the implemetation of HD wallets in Bitcoin Core?
It seems that the wallet function of Bitcoin core is no longer a priority, as stated here by Wladimir J. van der Laan. I think that's a shame since you would expect a minimum of functionality as an incentive for someone to set-up a full node. I would personally use Bitcoin core if HD was implemented. Would not hurt to implement support for hardware wallets too.
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Hierarchical deterministic Bitcoin wallets that tolerate key leakage

Hierarchical deterministic Bitcoin wallets that tolerate key leakage submitted by ysangkok to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Problems with deterministic wallets - Bitcoin magazine

Problems with deterministic wallets - Bitcoin magazine submitted by tle9 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Hierarchical deterministic Bitcoin wallets that tolerate key leakage (short paper)

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Hierarchical Deterministic Multisig - The Next Evolutionary Step for Bitcoin Wallets

Hierarchical Deterministic Multisig - The Next Evolutionary Step for Bitcoin Wallets submitted by kn0ckkn0ck1 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

I was concerned about deterministic wallet security, so posted to Bitcoin Talk. The responses were interesting, so I thought I'd share.

I was concerned about deterministic wallet security, so posted to Bitcoin Talk. The responses were interesting, so I thought I'd share. submitted by DivineOmega to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

PSA: The reference client (Bitcoin Core) is not a good wallet. Its primary purpose is as a template for the protocol. Use a deterministic wallet like Armory or Electrum instead.

Bitcoin Core is designed to be the most basic implementation of the Bitcoin protocol available. Even though it can be used as a wallet, this doesn't mean that it is a good idea to do so. As the wallet is non-deterministic, you must constantly update your backups to ensure all change addresses are available and it will not remain synchronized if you try sharing a wallet between multiple computers.
Deterministic wallets on the other hand use a single master key from which all other private keys are derived. a single backup is sufficient to restore all change addresses ever associated to the wallet regardless of how many are created or how many computers are used to manage the wallet.
Armory is the most powerful, secure, and versatile desktop wallet software available and is the generally the best option so long as you have the resources available to download the entire blockchain. Note that Armory will require you to download and install Bitcoin Core which it then uses to manage the blockchain. Armory itself will manage the transactions and private keys for one or more wallets. Armory also has built in support for offline wallet signing and multi-sig wallets.
If you are unable or do not wish to download the blockchain, Electrum is probably your best option. Unlike Armory, Electrum can only work with a single wallet at a time but since it doesn't download the blockchain you can have it up and running quickly. Understand that since it references the blockchain from nodes on the internet instead of a downloaded blockchain you will need to trust whoever manages those nodes. Because of this it should be considered slightly less secure than Armory.
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Deterministic wallet safety and claiming airdrops? /r/Bitcoin

Deterministic wallet safety and claiming airdrops? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

How to create deterministic wallets? /r/Bitcoin

How to create deterministic wallets? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

How to create a single chain deterministic wallet? /r/Bitcoin

How to create a single chain deterministic wallet? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Blockchain Wallet: How To Use A Bitcoin Wallet Bitcoin OX Wallet Recovery From Seed (Mnemonic) Bitcoin Tutorial #18 - Hierarchical Deterministic (HD) Wallets Blockchain tutorial 29: Hierarchical Deterministic wallet - BIP32 and BIP44 Wallets: From A to Hierarchically Deterministic – Dimitry “Rassah” Murashchik

A deterministic wallet can recover all derivative keys, so backing up the seed alone is enough to restore activity to a new wallet. The next generation of wallets is called hierarchical deterministic wallets (HD). Samourai is a relatively new Bitcoin wallet in the field of app wallets. Samourai emphasizes privacy, and it is the first wallet WebHDWallet: Implementing the Hierarchical Deterministic Wallet proposal BIP32, with the aim of creating easy to use, secure, and powerful tools for managing HD wallets and the funds within. mybitprices.info : A tool that can derive all used wallet addresses from an extended public key and can further lookup historic price information for all A deterministic wallet is a system of deriving keys from a single starting point known as a seed. The seed allows a user to easily back up and restore a wallet without needing any other information and can in some cases allow the creation of public addresses without the knowledge of the private key.Seeds are typically serialised into human-readable words in a Seed phrase. This type of wallet can be created by Casascius Bitcoin Address Utility. Type 2 hierarchical deterministic wallet. This wallet type is described in BIP 0032 and is fully implemented in TREZOR, Electrum and CarbonWallet. The seed is a random 128 bit value presented to the user as a 12 word seed phrase using common English words. Bitcoin Wallet is an application that gives users a way to access and store their Bitcoin funds. Other features include hierarchical deterministic address architecture, simplified backup and recovery with a 12-word recovery phrase, more than 20 currency conversion rates, Paper Wallet

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