Its not much, I’m just playing around, and signed a simple “hello” message with my testnet wallet.
and this is the signature, I’ve made this using the sign messages demo https://signmessage.testnet.concordium.com/
and this is the test wallet public address
now I’d like to verify the message, from these in any program/language just for testing, for now I’m trying on nodejs, or rust.
I can’t get them to verify, I think I’m missing some kind of format conversion or something. could you provide the steps to follow. I think I’m mostly confused with the public address format, as I can’t find any resources which format it uses, and went with bech32 decoding, to make a buffer/array and this is the hex value after decoding the public address from bech32
am I doing this right?
I’m indeed trying to verify this message with ed25519. but I’m failing.
I even tried in here Ed25519 Online Tool, but I don’t know if its appropriate or not, as when I place my private key(test), the public key doesn’t match nor the signature.
I tried even hashing the message with sha256 before verifying. no luck.
Could anyone point out, where I’m going wrong. or provide proper instructions/steps for verifying a message, signed by a wallet. Thank you.
What I want to do ultimately, is sign “hello” send it to my backend, and verify that this “hello” is indeed signed by the expected wallet from its public address. I’m pretty new to this web3 stuff, so is that possible?