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I am struggling with getting the following scenario to work, I want to create a transaction signed by two parties (not via the multisig contract, just a transaction with 2 signatures). One is the client, second is the server. The client part is figured out, I generate the transaction and sign it via 'scatter' and send it to my backend signed with the users signature. Now I want the server to do another sign off on that transaction and broadcast it to the network. So, the plan is this:

  • sign by client via scattere
  • send to backend
  • sign by server
  • broadcast to network

I have access to the eosjs libraries both on client and server to perform the signatures. I have searched the internet but have not found any answers yet.

  • What exact step is your question about? Signing by server? – Gassa Feb 26 at 9:24
  • The exact question is to have an action pushed with 2 authorizations, one from the client, and one from the server. As such the smart contract executing the action checks for the two permissions. – Boy Maas Feb 26 at 20:21
  • you would have to implement the contract-level signature-verification by yourself as there is only inbuild verification for the 'second'/'outer' signature. At least it doesn't sound very clever to double verify the signatures. As you could verify the 'first' signature server-side and then sign and push a new transaction containing the 'first' signature, everything needed is on-chain and cryptographically approved. Everyone who ever wants to re-verify what you already verified, would be able to. – cmadh Feb 27 at 0:40
  • interesting approach you describe there @cmadh, essentially I check the signature of the transaction server side, and create a new transaction only signed with the server key and include proof that the first signature was valid. I will discuss if this is another viable option. – Boy Maas Feb 27 at 10:57
  • @cmadh the scenario here is with 2 different keys the signing process, thus one transaction being prepared, first signed with scatter, second signed by the server. I was re-reading your answer, and I believe there was some miscommunication there. – Boy Maas Feb 27 at 18:21
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You can sign everything you want using eosjs-ecc. See here Github eosjs-ecc

ecc.Signature.signHash(sha256hash, private_key).toString()

ecc.sign(Buffer.from(data, 'utf8'), private_key)

But be aware, that the transaction always has to match with the ABI.

  • I am aware of the eosjs-ecc library. What I am looking for is to build a transaction signed by two parties, first a scatter user, and second a backend server. – Boy Maas Feb 26 at 20:24

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