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Do Tezos support multisignature transaction?

Yes it has been supported since the launch of tezos however the contract was not publicly advertised in the beginning. Now @arthurb has published an implementation. Quoting his announcement on ...
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Reveal secp256k1 public key on Babylonnet

Questions was solved in another channel (https://t.me/TezosDevelopers). Answer from BakingBad: "Tezos supports pubkey revealing for tz2 addresses. You just need to use correct message Tag. You can ...
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Is there any verify method to verify a signature in Tezos?

You can find in this Repl how to check user signature in JavaScript: I also added an example, just run it and you'll get the result. https://repl.it/@DalyIng/verifyTezosSignature
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Tezos mempool track info

./tezos-client rpc get /chains/main/mempool/pending_operations (same but less overhead) http://127.0.0.1:8732/chains/main/mempool/pending_operations Output is a JSON object. Just parse it using your ...
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Do Tezos support multisignature transaction?

The Tezos command-line client features a few commands for interacting with the Michelson multisig smart contract. These commands are listed in the section named "Commands for managing a multisig ...
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Reveal secp256k1 public key on Babylonnet

Tezos support secp256k1 key, but it uses the compressed format of public keys which is 33 bytes long.
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Instantiating InMemorySigner

Yes, you can use signer = InMemorySigner.fromFundraiser(email, password, mnemonic); or importKey(Tezos, email, password, mnemonic.join(' '), secret); from @taquito/taquito-signer An example
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creating tezo wallets using ConseilJS

There are many ways and many tools to create wallets. "The right way" is an opinion based question. People can only give guidance based on your usecases, but you've not described your tech ...
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Why to keep tezos-signer on a separate host?

You can have your ledger device plugged into machine A (at home/office/datacenter) running tezos-signer, connected over VPN to your baker machine B (in cloud). Using tezos-signer on a different ...
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Automatically sign with a Ledger Nano

No, there is no way to bypass the requirement to ack a transaction. You would have to write your own ledger-tezos app to support this. It can be done, as the baking app signs blocks without ...
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ERROR: Public Key Cannot be Exposed

Have you revealed the public key for tz1VSUr8wwNhLAzempoch5d6hLRiTh8Cjcjb? You must reveal the key before you can transfer. You only have to do this once before you send for the first time.
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Make someone esle pay for Gas: Transaction Address Signer and Transaction Address Injector are not the same

You can do it with a smart contract. Place the user's funds in a smart contract that takes A lambda returning a list of operations A counter A signature by a given key of the above (technically you ...
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How to sign transaction from tz2 address?

You must sign transactions from tz2 addresses with secp256k1. Eztz's sign function uses Ed25519, so that wont work. Easiest would probably be to just replace libsodium in eztz with something like ...
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Tezos-client can't import TCP signer

I'm doing the exact same thing successfully. I have set up a remote signer and SSH tunneled it to my baking server on port 7878. It sounds from your description, and the symptom you describe, ...
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