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questions about javascript usage by Monero related services, including its purpose and possible risks

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There's a few things over at https://github.com/monero-integrations Honestly though, the JSON RPC interface is pretty simple to use. https://getmonero.org/resources/developer-guides/
answered May 19 '18 by jtgrassie
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, edit and build one of the CN wasm miners etc etc. So nothing "quick". This all said, why do you need to test this? I can tell you right now that javascript mining gets you sub-100 Hs. …
answered May 6 by jtgrassie
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To create a subaddress, you need the wallet private keys. Assuming you have these, you can create them in javascript using this package, as an example. You cannot do this having only the public key, you need both the private view key and public spend key. …
answered May 22 by jtgrassie
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Recall from this answer, the pool adds various data to the reserved space and it stores/caches the block template it used to create the hashing blob it sends to the miner. Therefore, your lines: le …
answered Jun 7 by jtgrassie
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You are trying to use digest authentication in your javascript but the wallet RPC uses basic authorization. …
answered Nov 13 '18 by jtgrassie
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Monero transactions are much more than some simple data that is signed with a private key. You need outputs to spend, mixin outputs from the blockchain, lot's of math for RingCT etc. This is one of th …
answered Feb 2 by jtgrassie
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There are several nodejs packages for working with wallets. They essentially just wrap the JSON-RPC methods on the daemon / wallet RPC interfaces. You don't actually need a wrapper though as you can …
answered Aug 29 '18 by jtgrassie
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Subaddresses are created using the private view key of the base address, not the private spend key. See https://monerodocs.org/public-address/subaddress/#generating and https://github.com/monero-proje …
answered Jan 11 by jtgrassie