In the Bitcoin multisginatures we can specify how many Keys are needed, but not which keys, I already ask something similar for Bitcoin. I think it aplies with Decred. However, I want to know if it works with the Decred the following situations: Create a wallet where K1 + (K2 or K3 or K 4) are valid, so we need two signatures but the K1 is needed. If you sign using K2 + K3 it will be invalid, but K1 + K2 is valid. Create a wallet where K1 + ((K2 + K3) or (K4 + K5) or (K6 + K7)) are valid. So, the K1 are needed with more two keys. In this case, K2 + K3 + K4 + K5 can’t be a valid. Also, K1 + K2 + K4 can’t be valid. All the valid possibilities are K1 + K2 + K3 or K1 + K4 + K5 or K1 + K6 + K7. I think you get the point. How is possible create one wallet with this behavior? Each K is one Ed25519 key.