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Crypto payment processor CoinPaid increases capital reserves to 5M EUR

CoinsPaid, an Estonia-based crypto payment processor, today announced that it has raised its capital reserves to 5 million euros. Operating from tech-savvy Estonia, CoinsPaid increased its capital due to new compliance requirements for cryptocurrency companies.

The 5 million euro capital raise was made organically and did not require any external funding. Furthermore, this capital increase is twenty times more than the new regulation’s requirements.

“The capital increase is the first step of our strategy as CoinsPaid wants to enhance its role in the Estonian ecosystem. The company’s next step is to open an incubator dedicated to startups bringing innovative web3 payment solutions and thus contribute to the Estonian innovation landscape”. 
Max Krupyshe, CoinsPaid CEO

As a cryptocurrency payment gateway, CoinsPaid acts as a transaction facilitator and processes payments between merchants and customers.

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How are we able to verify signatures using the public key?

I get that: private key –ECDSA–> public key private key + message –ECDSA–>signature But then how do we verify the signature with the public key? Wouldn’t we have to reverse-ECDSA the public key at some point during the process? And if reverse-ECDSAing is possible, then wouldn’t it be possible to get someone’s private key from::Listen

I get that:

private key –ECDSA–> public key

private key + message –ECDSA–>signature

But then how do we verify the signature with the public key? Wouldn’t we have to reverse-ECDSA the public key at some point during the process? And if reverse-ECDSAing is possible, then wouldn’t it be possible to get someone’s private key from their public key?

Crypto payment processor CoinPaid increases capital reserves to 5M EUR

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