That’s a fantastic idea. Any such tool available yet?
I guess, everyone is busy in mining to book quick profit. No one bothers about Zcash in the long run.
This could have been a good project.
Private keys generated by bitaddress.org’s code work fine as input to
importprivkey command, to control an associated t-address.
But, how do you get the matching t-address, short of doing that import and noticing which new t-address appears in the output for
Well, there is a process for converting a Bitcoin 1-address into corresponding ZCash t-address, as controlled by the same private key.
Read the caveats there carefully before using the notebook or associated web-service to create t-addresses
I ran the following…
Getting the following error…
“message”: “The requested document does not export an ‘endpoint’ function. Read more about endpoint: RunKit: Endpoint Documentation”
Oops! When I added the demonstration of inline-use – ‘INSERT_BITCOIN_ADDRESS_HERE’, an error for people to correct in their own cloned notebooks – I broke the ‘endpoint’ export.
It should be fixed now, in version 1.0.4:
I made the request a few times before on the forum, but since this is getting very close to what I’m looking for I’ll do it once more…
Do you know how easy it would be to get this script running completely offline? I’m not sure how to get the dependencies working…