When a device A wants to send some data to device B, how does device A know the receive address from device B? Has to be there another protocol for that purpose?


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At the moment: Yes, because you don't know the address. Without the address you can't send another wallet messages. No messages or whatever. I would recommend to use gRPC or something similar. Simple reason why: It's fast and HTTP2.

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