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var account = new Nethereum.Web3.Accounts.Account(privateKey);
we are looking to generate a lot (several thousand) wallet addresses for our app. Would you say from a security perspective, its best to:
a) generate an HD wallet, then encrypt the seed in our DB
b) generate an address for each one we need, then encrypt the private key in our DB
c) generate an address for each, use your key encryption, then encrypt password in our DB
d) none of the above!
I have another question, and its not really netherum related.
I am looking at the Rinkeby testnet block explorer. the first 55 blocks have zero transactions, then at block 55, there is a transaction of 1 eth between 2 addresses.
How did the sender get this 1eth to send?
i have to be missing something here, or perhaps i'm just being a little thick!