31 Dec '12, 11pm

How should a Bitcoin Oracle verify a transaction prior to signing?: What are the specific parts of a transaction...

What are the specific parts of a transaction(s) that need to be signed in the "inheritance scripting sample ". Specifically, can someone provide more detail on what exactly is signed of the transactions? I'm assuming there are approximately 3 transactions, but unsure of what is signed by whom, and the portion of the Tx that is/isn't signed. 1) The tx that is sent to a new address with the exact amount (published) 2) The tx that is created but with a time of 10 years (not published) 3) The tx that is created but pending some oracle logic (not published) What I'm interested in is #3 and what does the oracle specifically sign? What does that Tx look like?

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