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I can't quite see the solution to this; so I'm questioning for clarity. My understanding from the docs is that it appears that the process is dentralised:

  1. Generate your private key (according to certain recommendations).
  2. Generate your public key from the secp256k1 implementation.
  3. Generate your Ethereum address.

Is that how it works? If it is it looks decentralised.


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Yes, that's how it works.

Anyone can create the keys, even offline. So in that sense there is no central authority to issue or authorize keys. But otherwise I wouldn't really call it decentralized as it's not much related to (de)centralization. Otherwise I could also call me eating a bread decentralized.

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