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8 months ago
How to show all the possible wallet addresses for a specific public key?
How to show all the possible wallet addresses for a specific public key?
I haven't heard of such a tool, but it seems that for a developer it should be easy to create one. Libraries like `ton-core` let anyone programmatically get an address for any specific key/wallet contract combo, they don't even require internet for that. So a program that asks for a key and prints out the addresses of all the wallet contracts with that key would be just dozens lines of code. This manual has the information needed to write it: https://ton-community.github.io/tutorials/01-wallet/
I haven't heard of such a tool, but it seems that for a developer it should be easy to create one. Libraries like `ton-core` let anyone programmatically get an address for any specific key/wallet contract combo, they don't even require to be online for that. So a program that asks for a key and prints out the addresses of all the wallet contracts with that key would be just dozens lines of code. This manual has the information needed to write it: https://ton-community.github.io/tutorials/01-wallet/
8 months ago
How to show all the possible wallet addresses for a specific public key?
How to show all the possible wallet addresses for a specific public key?
I haven't heard of such a tool, but it seems that for a developer it should be easy to create one. Libraries like `ton-core` let anyone programmatically get an address for any specific key/wallet contract combo, they don't even require to be online for that. So a program that asks for a key and prints out the addresses of all the wallet contracts with that key would be just dozens lines of code. This manual has the information needed to write it: https://ton-community.github.io/tutorials/01-wallet/
I haven't heard of such a tool, but it seems that for a developer it should be easy to create one. Libraries like `ton-core` let anyone programmatically get an address for any specific key/wallet contract combo, they don't even require to be online for that. So a program that asks for a key and prints out the addresses of all the wallet contracts with that key would be just dozens lines of code. This manual has the information needed to write it: https://ton-community.github.io/tutorials/01-wallet/
8 months ago
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How to show all the possible wallet addresses for a specific public key?

I haven't heard of such a tool, but it seems that for a developer it should be easy to create one. Libraries like `ton-core` let anyone programmatically get an address for any specific key/wallet contract combo, they don't even require to be online for that. So a program that asks for a key and prints out the addresses of all the wallet contracts with that key would be just dozens lines of code. This manual has the information needed to write it: https://ton-community.github.io/tutorials/01-wallet/