Stealth Addressing in depth (Part 1/3)

This article was first published on vergecurrency - Medium ----- First, we will start with the normal procedure which will occur on a daily recurring basis. This is a simple user-case situation where two individuals want to transact privately, as is their right. To do this, we need to a stealth address which makes it possible for the receiver to receive his funds from the paying person. Let’s call the payer Bob. For today’s text, we will cover the part on how to create a stealth address, and what it is made of, and what is it being used for.How to

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