A transaction proof is an array of bytes that is used to check the validity of a transaction.
An array of proofs can consist of several transaction signatures (but not limited to only signatures).
One of the examples of proofs usage is multisignature which stores several transaction signatures from different accounts.
Transactions with data structures of version 2 and above are signed by proofs instead of signatures.
The number of proofs in the array cannot exceed 8
The data structure of an array of
|Field order number||Field name||Field type||Field size in bytes||Field description|
|1||Proofs version||Byte||1||A special technical marker which determines the format of the array of proofs.
The value must be 0
|3||1st proof length||Short||2||Length in bytes of the 1st proof|
|4||1st proof bytes||Array of bytes||up to 64||Array of bytes of the 1st proof|
|5||2nd proof length||Short||2||Length in bytes of the 2nd proof|
|6||2nd proof bytes||Array of bytes||up to 64||Array of bytes of the 2nd proof|
||Short||2||Length in bytes of the
||Array of bytes||up to 64||Array of bytes of the