Bitcoin Dealing Method Using Public Key And Private Key Stored In Smart Card

  • Published: May 11, 2016
  • Earliest Priority: Oct 31 2014
  • Family: 1
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The present invention has a technical task of providing a bitcoin trading method capable of remarkably reinforcing a security by storing a private key and a public key of a dealer which are necessary for bitcoin trading in a smart card held by the dealer and which is not in a web. The present invention relates to the bitcoin trading method using a public key and a private key stored in a smart card. The bitcoin trading method comprises: an authentication pair storing step of storing a pair of authentication keys including a public key and a private key of a dealer issued from a bitcoin trading management server in a smart card of the dealer; a bitcoin trading information input step of inputting bitcoin trading information including a public key of a trade partner in a trading terminal; a private key transmission step of transmitting the private key of the dealer stored in the smart card to the trading terminal; a bitcoin trading information encryption step of encrypting the bitcoin trading information with the private key of the dealer received from the smart card by the trading terminal; and a bitcoin trading information broadcasting step of by the trading terminal, broadcasting the bitcoin trading information encrypted by the private key of the dealer to a network managed by the bitcoin trading management server. According to the present invention, the bitcoin trading method may remarkably reinforce a security by storing a private key and a public key of a dealer which are necessary for bitcoin trading and may use the existing infrastructure without investing additional costs.


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  • Publication: May 11, 2016
  • Application: Oct 31, 2014
    KR KR 20140149999 A
  • Priority: Oct 31, 2014
    KR KR 20140149999 A

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