I've always had this small doubt that those seed words I wrote down and encrypted might have a typo.
It seems that electrumx stores scripthash, but I want to get all the wallet addresses.
I want to use RPC to get all historical transactions of an address. I have synchronized the full node on my computer.
I do not want to have bitcoin-qt started every time I boot my computer and other computers on my local LAN.
I am continuing to explore the early bitcoin blockchain using blk00000.dat covering 2009-01-03 to 2011-04-24 time period.
Now we are mining using "winner takes all" scheme. Every miner have to mine in pool or create the whole block alone with all transactions.
When you send Bitcoin from your wallet to some other address it needs some time for transaction confirmation in the blockchain.
I feel like having it step-by-step can make it a lot easier specially for developers.
The existence of the endomorphism is a roughly 20% speedup in a plain multi-exp due to halving the number of doublings.
It isn't the same with signing/verifying that you prove you own the address.