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May be this would help. let MultiSecretID = ["SecretId1","SecretId2","SecretId3",....] let transaction = new StellarSdk.Transaction(base64XDREnvelope, StellarSdk.Networks.TESTNET); let newSign = []; await MultiSecretID.map((sign, i) => { newSign .push(StellarSdk.Keypair.fromSecret(sign)); }); transaction.sign(...newSign);


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I think the tutorial you are using is out of date: the architecture it describes, including the bridge server, were part of a compliance protocol that was deprecated in 2019. For up-to-date info on setting up an anchor service, see the Stellar documentation, which walks through two different architectures that correspond to two different anchor models: https:...


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I think this is what's happening: in your Captive Core config, you specified CATCHUP_COMPLETE=true. As a result, your Captive Core node is likely still catching up to the network (see Joining the Network). While it is in that state, your node is still technically at the genesis ledger (the very beginning of the network), so its protocol version is 0. I ...


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