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1  Economy / Collectibles / [WTB] Circa 2011-2012 Cassacius Coins on: November 26, 2021, 07:41:15 PM
Looking for coins along with in tact or peeled holograms for collection.

 - 2011 Series 2 - no error, 1 BTC
 - 2011-2012 - 1, 5, 10 BTC fine gold/silver


Also
 - 2013 0.5 BTC
 - 2013 1 BTC
 - 2013 Fine silver 0.1, 0.5 1 BTC
2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Derivation path for brute forcing "25th word" on a multisig wallet on: November 26, 2021, 07:17:17 PM
So I added a 25th word to my seed, forgot it, and am (after 6 months of on and off guessing) relegated to brute force (3rdIteration/btcrecover).

Succinct question: what derivation path should I specify in the --bip32-path argument?

  • Hardware: Original Trezor
  • Wallet creating software: Electrum in 2017
  • Wallet setup: 2o3
  • Wallet current software: Electrum in 2021
  • the xpubs are known

Electrum 2021 shows:
  • script type, p2sh
  • cosigner 1 [HW] trezor1 m/45'/0
  • cosigner 2 [HW] trezor2 m/45'/0
  • cosigner 3 unknown unknown.
  • addresses, previous sends, balance (though maybe these are stored and not derived??)

I am trying to crack cosigner 2.

It is possible I copied the xpub from an old wallet so I am questioning the guarentee that m/45'/0 is the correct derivation path.  This is a multisig wallet. In electrum the walletinfo pane lists a derivation path of m/45'/0. Is this a derivation path I can use to crack my xpriv > xpub? Or is this misleading me and is instead a derivation path from xpub x 3 > multisig addresses (in this case my xpriv > xpub path could be anything)?

I've gone through most of the character spaces which I think my passphrase could occupy so I am hoping I am doing something wrong or the transition from 2017 to 2021 electrum has introduced a variation I have missed.

Any tips on what to double check? Notably this[1] post lists m/44'/0/

btcrecover command: python3 btcrecover.py --tokenlist tokenlist2.txt --mpk "xpub69XXX" --bip32-path "m/45'/0" --mnemonic "24 words verified to match my trezor" --bip39

  [1]: https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/51989/what-bip32-derivation-path-does-electrum-use-for-multisig?rq=1
3  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Any suggestions for hardware to support a full node? on: December 24, 2013, 05:20:53 AM
Hello All,

I want to set up a computer of some sort that is secondary to my desktop computer whose sole purpose will be to host my miners.

I currently use a raspberrypi and minepeon but my pi is not forwarding transactions, can only pool mine, and effectively cannot vote on the network rules.

Any suggestions on the minimum specs and power draw I can achieve while still running a full node?   A point to another thread would be great too.

Thanks
4  Economy / Exchanges / Campbx BTC withdraw, no transaction broadcast on: November 19, 2013, 07:12:31 AM
So I submitted a bitcoin withdraw via the campbx website, but no transaction has appeared on blockchain.info.  It has been six hours and i moved a significant amount of bitcoin.

Anyone else have similar issues?

Thanks
5  Other / Beginners & Help / 25 BTC Casascius Coin Defect? on: May 10, 2013, 04:05:07 AM
Hi All,

I have a 25btc coin from casascius and I was curious if anyone had seen this before:

The "I" in Virus is missing the little black bit.  It might be a sticker.

I was curious if this was a common thing? or just a defect.

Thanks,
Nate
6  Other / Beginners & Help / Asicminer Risk on: May 09, 2013, 01:18:34 AM
Hi All,

I was curious what people thought about the risk of buying shares in the Asicminer Passthrough.

In my mind the primary risk is destruction of their infrastructure, but otherwise it seems pretty reliable.  Thoughts?

asdf
7  Other / Beginners & Help / Power Redundancy For Mining on: May 08, 2013, 10:43:39 PM
Hey All,

I have been thinking about assembling some sort of Uninterrupted Power Supply for my (small) mining setup.

Anyone have experience with UPS's?

I think it will have to sustain a router, modem, laptop, and miner for some amount of time.  It seems like a worthwhile idea.

Asdf
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