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Author Topic: Bitcoin puzzle transaction ~32 BTC prize to who solves it  (Read 80770 times)
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June 30, 2018, 08:42:51 PM
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After 4 years (maybe even earlier) when the reward for bitcoin dropped Instead of mining bitcoin will go in search (something similar LBC with Chinese capacities) of lost millions of bitcoins then this puzzle will not last long. However a clever mathematician with a calculator would have found a way to puzzle now not necessarily accurate mathematics but all sorts of paradox.
Miners have very fast hashing hardware.

This puzzle is about quickly calculating public keys from private keys - not hashing.

So all that fancy mining hardware cannot be applied to this puzzle.

If anyone has a "better way" to do this to the point that they can claim the remaining Bitcoins in this puzzle then they could claim anyone and everyone's Bitcoins, Bitcoin is broken, Bitcoin becomes worthless, they can then claim all of nothing.

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July 02, 2018, 10:02:38 AM
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That's what anonymous author of the puzzle is telling us, and he backed his claim with all these BTC. If he is wrong, someone would pick the money from this puzzle.

Sooo wrong  Grin There is no direct relation between 32BTC puzzle and "real wallets". While searching for modest .5BTC puzzle you can discover 50.000BTC wallet due to collision.

That's what attracts so many mommies's-crypto-kiddies to LBC

One problem is the probability of such discovery....  Grin
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July 02, 2018, 05:34:20 PM
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That's what anonymous author of the puzzle is telling us, and he backed his claim with all these BTC. If he is wrong, someone would pick the money from this puzzle.

Sooo wrong  Grin There is no direct relation between 32BTC puzzle and "real wallets". While searching for modest .5BTC puzzle you can discover 50.000BTC wallet due to collision.

What is wrong in what I said?

Also, there are no known collisions for both SHA-256 and RIPEMD-160 hash functions. Not a single one. Since there is close to 0 chance of finding collision for these hashes, there is even endlessly smaller chance that potential collision would be on BTC private key and not on some other series of bytes. No, you will not find 50.000 BTC wallet by searching for the solution of this puzzle, I guarantee you that.

 
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July 03, 2018, 04:54:18 AM
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Also, there are no known collisions for both SHA-256 and RIPEMD-160 hash functions. Not a single one.

Nobody bothered.

No, you will not find 50.000 BTC wallet by searching for the solution of this puzzle, I guarantee you that.

You are not authorized to guarantee that  Grin unless you're our dear Allah.
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July 04, 2018, 12:18:52 AM
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 I am newbi in bitcins, but i pay attention to journey puzzle 32 (112) btc.

I found a little pattern, but i dont know what i do to process it.

Can someone discuss with me? pm
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July 04, 2018, 04:02:52 AM
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Can someone discuss with me? pm

Does it really matter, PM with unknown persons or here, in public?

Arulbero is good (best here?) at math, but probably is a bit busy.
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July 04, 2018, 06:47:50 AM
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The key is from no 36054468590243300 to 71207575465730500
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*And when simplified there are a few:
36054468590243300
36354922495162000
36655376400080700
36955830304999400
37256284209918100
37556738114836800
37857192019755400
38157645924674100
38458099829592800
38758553734511500
39059007639430200
39359461544348900
39659915449267600
39960369354186300
40260823259105000
40561277164023700
40861731068942400
41162184973861100
41462638878779800
41763092783698500
42063546688617200
42364000593535800
42664454498454500
42964908403373200
43265362308291900
43565816213210600
43866270118129300
44166724023048000
44467177927966700
44767631832885400
45068085737804100
45368539642722800
45668993547641500
45969447452560200
46269901357478900
46570355262397600
46870809167316300
47171263072235000
47471716977153700
47772170882072400
48072624786991000
48373078691909700
48673532596828400
48973986501747100
49274440406665800
49574894311584500
49875348216503200
50175802121421900
50476256026340600
50776709931259300
51077163836178000
51377617741096700
51678071646015400
51978525550934100
52278979455852800
52579433360771400
52879887265690100
53180341170608800
53480795075527500
53781248980446200
54081702885364900
54382156790283600
54682610695202300
54983064600121000
55283518505039700
55583972409958400
55884426314877100
56184880219795800
56485334124714500
56785788029633200
57086241934551900
57386695839470600
57687149744389200
57987603649307900
58288057554226600
58588511459145300
58888965364064000
59189419268982700
59489873173901400
59790327078820100
60090780983738800
60391234888657500
60691688793576200
60992142698494900
61292596603413600
61593050508332300
61893504413251000
62193958318169700
62494412223088400
62794866128007000
63095320032925700
63395773937844400
63696227842763100
63996681747681800
64297135652600500
64597589557519200
64898043462437900
65198497367356600
65498951272275300
65799405177194000
66099859082112700
66400312987031400
66700766891950100
67001220796868800
67301674701787500
67602128606706200
67902582511624800
68203036416543500
68503490321462200
68803944226380900
69104398131299600
69404852036218300
69705305941137000
70005759846055700
70306213750974400
70606667655893100
70907121560811800
71207575465730500

*BOLD= when simplified by 358 formula (although I do not like this formula because from the beginning did not form a pattern)

I have confirmed this, and can show from wallet 1 to 55


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July 04, 2018, 09:24:10 AM
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The key is from no 36054468590243300 to 71207575465730500

The key is between 36028797018963968 and 72057594037927936
2^55 - 2^56

What is "358 formula"?
keys 1-55 are not rounded to decimal hundreds at all.
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July 04, 2018, 11:27:16 AM
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Well and how he from a transaction the public key received? sent a bit bitcoin to the address? What prevents him from doing the same thing with 56? I gave him an approximate search space.

                                              puzzle step difference                       2^difference
44        15404761757071     120349701227 >          62460552416       8796093022208        8733632469792
45        19996463086597     156222367864 >          35872666637     17592186044416       17556313377779
46        51408670348612     401630237098 >        245407869234      35184372088832      34938964219598
47      119666659114170     934895774329 >        533265537231      70368744177664      69835478640433
48      191206974700443    1493804489847 >       558908715518     140737488355328     140178579639810
49      409118905032525    3196241445566 >      1702436955719    281474976710656     279772539754937
50      611140496167764    4774535126310 >      1578293680744    562949953421312     561371659740568
51    2058769515153876   16084136837139 >    11309601710829   1125899906842624   1114590305131795
52    4216495639600700   32941372184380 >    16857235347241   2251799813685248   2234942578338007
53    6763683971478124   52841281027172 >    19899908842792  4503599627370496   4483699718527704  
54    9974455244496708   77925431597630 >    25084150570458   9007199254740992   8982115104170534
55  30045390491869460  234729613217730 >  156804181620100 18014398509481984  17857594327861884  
                                                           >                           36028797018963968  358*************





This is what I mean formula "358"
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55  30045390491869460  234729613217730 >  156804181620100 18014398509481984  17857594327861884  
                                                           >                           36028797018963968  358*************
This with assumptions what the next number will not be less 156804181620100 but it can be less and 358 not 357 or 359. And it's just an attempt to pull the ears at least to something, otherwise you need to either freeze anabiosis or clone to wait for the puzzle to be found (on one pc). Well, either order the program (which Holy ordered the programmer) with other principles of work. For example, so that you can distribute the common h/s of one card to different parts of the scanning space. For example 10 mk/s for 10 addresses of 1 mk/s, etc. up to 256 k/s. Or to set some border of addresses for random search (instead of manually).

A little more perversion (with a linear function "Qalculate!") .

52    4216495639600700   32941372184380 >    16857235347241   2251799813685248  2234942578338007  1120352273206212  567133627814985
53    6763683971478124   52841281027172 >    19899908842792   4503599627370496  4483699718527704  2248757140189697 1128404866983485
54    9974455244496708   77925431597630 >    25084150570458   9007199254740992  8982115104170534  4498415385642830 2249658245453133
55  30045390491869460  234729613217730 >  156804181620100  18014398509481984 17857594327861884 8875479223691350 4377063838048520
     57387170185947136  448337267077712 >  213607653859982  36028797018963968 35815189365103986 17957595037242102   


One of the options (1,0232817 "x" + -315754444482764).  Take 17857594327861884 x 1,0232817 - 315754444482764 = 17957595037242102

17857594327861884+17957595037242102=35815189365103986...

Several days of scanning 57387170185947136 without result.
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July 04, 2018, 05:28:53 PM
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So....

You are trying to find a pattern in random data, right?

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If I install vanitygen, what should computer hardware spec ?

Please someone explain me step by step.

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If I install vanitygen, what should computer hardware spec ?

Please someone explain me step by step.

Thank you.

1) Are you trying to use vanitygen to solve this puzzle?  If so you are using the wrong tool - unless you plan to modify the code to make a program to work on this puzzle.

2) If you just want to install vanitygen for the heck of it and need information about vanitygen I suggest you ask in the vanitygen thread.  This thread is about the BTC puzzle transaction.

3) Maybe you meant LBC instead of vanitygen?  You can ask about LBC in the LBC thread - not here.

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July 05, 2018, 01:32:38 PM
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Formula 358 doesn't seem relevant. It's obvious that if you substract n/128 (or something smaller) from n, the result will be close to n.
This is not a pattern.

Vanitygen should work on any hardware. Your hashrate will depend on the computing power.
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If I install vanitygen, what should computer hardware spec ?

Please someone explain me step by step.

Thank you.

1) Are you trying to use vanitygen to solve this puzzle?  If so you are using the wrong tool - unless you plan to modify the code to make a program to work on this puzzle.

2) If you just want to install vanitygen for the heck of it and need information about vanitygen I suggest you ask in the vanitygen thread.  This thread is about the BTC puzzle transaction.

3) Maybe you meant LBC instead of vanitygen?  You can ask about LBC in the LBC thread - not here.

Maybe he meant ndv/vanitygen.
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Thank you.

Yes, I mean to install this: https://github.com/ndv/vanitygen

I found this "pattern" in my old spec computer, with a little formula:

1   0   0,00
3   0   1,33
7   0   2,43
8   0   3,00
21   0   4,24
49   0   5,35
76   1   6,16
224   2   7,43
467   4   8,45
514   4   9,00
1155   9   10,11
2683   21   11,24
5216   41   12,21
10544   82   13,22
26867   210   14,39
51510   402   15,36
95823   749   16,32
198669   1555   17,34
357535   2793   18,27
863317   6745   19,39
1811764   14154   20,42
3007503   23496   21,30
5598802   43741   22,25
14428676   112724   23,42
33185509   259262   24,49
54538862   426085   25,38
111949941   874609   26,40
227634408   1778394   27,41
400708894   3130538   28,33
1033162084   8071579   29,48
2102388551   16424911   30,49
3093472814   24167756   31,31
7137437912   55761234   32,40
14133072157   110414626   33,39
20112871792   157131811   34,15
42387769980   331154453   35,19
100251560595   783215317   36,31
146971536592   1148215130   37,06
323724968937   2529101320   38,15
1003651412950   7841026664   39,45
1458252205147   11392595353   40,25
2895374552463   22620113691   41,24
7409811047825   57889148811   42,41
15404761757071   120349701227   43,43
19996463086597   156222367864   44,12
51408670348612   401630237099   45,32
119666659114170   934895774329   46,41
191206974700443   1493804489847   47,26
409118905032525   3196241445567   48,31
611140496167764   4774535126311   49,08
2058769515153870   16084136837140   50,45
4216495639600700   32941372184381   51,47
6763683971478120   52841281027173   52,33
9974455244496710   77925431597631   53,10
30045390491869400   234729613217730   54,40

So the next code = between 55,00 and 55,49

I've never done a scan / search since I do not know what program I should install for that process. I found post puzzle 32 btc by accident 2 months ago, but I'm sure this is not a coincidence!

2 months I try to find the appropriate pattern, from dozens of patterns that I found there are only a few that do not deviate from no 1-55

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July 06, 2018, 08:32:40 AM
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Not checked if you are right with p1-55
but half of 2^55 is still a job for gf1080 GPU for several years

Try to narrow range a bit more, please Cheesy
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July 06, 2018, 11:52:02 AM
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I have seen some of these before and I have to ask, how do you solve things like this.  Is there a method or general way to go about looking at this.  All this is to me is numbers and letters.  None of it makes sense to me, but I would like it to make sense.

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I don't understand the pattern. What does the last column mean?
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Not checked if you are right with p1-55
but half of 2^55 is still a job for gf1080 GPU for several years

Try to narrow range a bit more, please Cheesy

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