This is a case of
explain like i'm five.
But just to be clear. If I wanted to generate a new "empty" monero blockchain,
I should generate a new wallet, and transfer "some" monero to this wallet, right?
So I got this wallet, with a few XMR in it, from mining. Could I use this wallet, and for example, the last incoming transaction, for the new genesis block?
In the wallet, I issue
[wallet 4xxxxx]: show_transfers in
and get response:
1234567 in YYYY-MM-DD 0.100000000000 0123456789abcdef0123456789abcdef0123456789abcdef0123456789abcdef 0000000000000000 0 -
This (long hex thing) is the transaction (tx public key). Is this the one I need for my new genesis block?
There's mention of a
output one-time public key. How/Where do I find that one?
Looking at the transaction, in block explorer, I cant find anything matching any keys in my wallet.
There's a lot of Public Keys:
- Inputs(2) Key Image: Public Keys 14
- Outputs(21) Public Keys.
So, where do I go from here?
Or, do I have to do an actual transfer, to get the
output one-time public key?