Monero currently uses Electrum Word List for recovery purposes. This causes conflicts with wallet developers that want to support both Bitcoin-based BIP 39 technology that has a separate Word Lists. End users will want to use only one set wallet recovery words. Here is a Lingua Franca Rosetta translation approach so wallet developers can give end users the option of going either directions.
% echo "artwork crowd need rent install fire draw escape moment myth strong belt chair quiz cinnamon lab park leopard bicycle empty harvest cream matter teach" | bx mnemonic-to-seed -p 123 | bx hd-new -v 61143388 | bx hd-to-ec
% echo "artwork crowd need rent install fire draw escape moment myth strong belt chair quiz cinnamon lab park leopard bicycle empty harvest cream matter teach" | bx mnemonic-to-seed -p 123 | bx hd-new -v 61143388
% ./mnemonics a41ebdce18ffcbad14e8d0313b14017884fd51e2344e0353242cb686a00a588e
dyslexic buffet veteran tamper racetrack hefty joking negative sedan initiate vague hounded dewdrop governing ecstatic skulls nabbing tumbling pledge long aided jetting reorder evaluate reorder
If https://xmr.llcoins.net/ is used to encrypt the Electrum seed words above with the password “123”, the following encrypted recovery Electrum seed words result:
syndrome koala daytime tuition tufts yanks unafraid meant fuming inorganic drowning rudely affair emit coils refer tiger dynamite selfish galaxy aunt eclipse tunnel poker inorganic (These words can later be decrypted with the password of 123)
The following will then become Monero's private spend key from which a stealth address can be calculated:
% ./sc_reduce32 a41ebdce18ffcbad14e8d0313b14017884fd51e2344e0353242cb686a00a588e
Does it make sense to recognize this BIP 39 synthesis approach as a legitimate means to synthesize stealth addresses that supports interoperability with Electrum's recovery words?
Note the dependence upon BIP 32 Harmonization with the EXT_SECRET_KEY assumed to be 61143388.