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in the futur. This is true only when the account have no alternative signer. Unfortunately, this means you won't be able to change anything to the issuing account anymore. If you're actually …
answered May 22 '18 by Mister Ticot
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search for the one which can verify each signature. Actually in JS SDK we can use the "hint" that give a clue (4 letters) about signer public key, but it's not robust because of potential collision … . I'd be surprised go doesn't expose it. The drawback is that account signers may change so if you need to find signers with certainty for old transaction you may have to go over the effects history to get any potential discarded signer. …
answered Oct 2 '18 by Mister Ticot