If you’re looking for your public key on the blockchain and it’s not hashed, there are a few things you can try. First, check to see if the transaction you’re looking for includes a public key in the scriptSig. If so, that’s your public key. If not, you can try looking up the public key in a block explorer. If you still can’t find it, you can contact the support team of the blockchain platform you’re using and ask them to help you locate your public key.
Other related questions:
Q: Are public keys hashed?
A: No, public keys are not hashed.
Q: How do I find my bitcoin public key?
A: To find your bitcoin public key, go to your bitcoin wallet and look for the “Public Key” field.
Q: Where are public keys stored in blockchain?
A: There is no one answer to this question as it depends on the particular blockchain in question. However, in general, public keys are stored on the blockchain itself, usually in a special “address” that is associated with a particular user or entity.
Q: How is public key derived in blockchain?
A: There is no one answer to this question as there is no one way to derive a public key in blockchain. Some methods include using an elliptic curve, using a hashing algorithm, or using a combination of both.