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There is no support for SSS in simplewallet. This would require some amount of new modexp code to be added (unless a variant of it can be made using EC cryptography, but I'm not aware of any). So the best you can do is use a standalone SSS tool such as ssss (see http://point-at-infinity.org/ssss/). It may already be in your distribution's packages. Example,...


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It is possible but would likely fail, I wouldn't do this. Not only can transaction fees change as you mentioned, but so can the transaction protocol. If a new transaction field is made mandatory, then your transaction would be rejected by the network. The longer you wait the greater the chance it will fail. My only suggestion is to use the (2,3) Shamir's ...


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