@marco.chain There i a lot of unpack with Jelly-Swap. Is it possible to just be pointed at what I need to look at to verify a message signed with an Ethereum key on Aetenrity? I assume there is some Sophia code that could do that? Or are we supposed to just use the Elixir Ethereum libraries?
The more I think about it, the more I think i could probably solve my issue with a simple verification and IPFS to transfer json between chains. But to do that I need some way to prove on Aeternity that the Ethereum account that owns what I want signed something.
This is where I’m getting a little tripped up because I know Aeternity just stores state changes. So would I just store the signed message on the chain with the idea that I would verify it in Elixir? And then I guess I would update the state to say I’ve done that?