Using new address for every operation

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Bitcoin advises to use a new address for every operation. I tried this but I ran into a problem: the newly created address doesn’t inherit permissions from the node (meaning if I granted issue, connect, send, receive permissions to the default address of the node, the newly created address won’t get these permissions automatically) and if the node has no admin right, it cannot grant the required permissions to the newly created address. Do you have any solution for this?
asked Sep 29, 2015 by anonymous

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Right now I'm not aware of any solution to this, if you want sending and receiving to be restricted. You do however have the option of creating a blockchain with anyone-can-send and anyone-can-receive set to true in the blockchain parameters, in which case the problem will be solved. You can still use a connect permission to prevent strangers connecting to nodes on the chain.

answered Sep 29, 2015 by MultiChain