Bitcoin private key from GnuPG secp256k1 secret key?

Stefan Claas stefan.claas at
Sat Aug 26 08:21:38 CEST 2017

On Sat, 26 Aug 2017 07:39:10 +0200, Stefan Claas wrote:

> If GnuPG would allow a user in the future to use an additional flag,
> when signing with a secp256k1 sub key, which would produce
> signatures that would work like Bitcoin key signatures, users would
> not need to collect a ton of public keys and the signature would
> verify.

And if GnuPG would allow in the future to export a secp256k1 sub
key additionally in WIF format one could easily import the key in
his/her bitcoin wallet without the usage of some scripts etc.

Best regards

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