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Author Topic: Bitcoin puzzle transaction ~32 BTC prize to who solves it  (Read 64122 times)
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June 24, 2019, 12:43:43 PM
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Any info on who published this puzzle and what's their goal? Also, how would one go on about calculating those pvk decimal values and covert them to the private keys?

I don't know why but I'm smelling a big scam. Because a newbie that offer more than 12 000€ to solve a following of numbers this is strange...

The OP is not offering anything
He just have an overstatement. OP did not say anything in his thread regarding with payments. However, if you just look at the title Re: Bitcoin puzzle transaction ~32 BTC prize to who solves it. You can emphasize also that he will pay 32 BTC as a reward for those who solves the puzzle. I think all the address will never been located or determined because even those are in blockchain, all users have anonimity. in short, we can hide ourselves but we do not know if there are pros that can locate the IP.

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June 24, 2019, 12:56:11 PM
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There is 1 way to this  simple brute force and you need to study here is this https://github.com/pikachunakapika/BitCrack
Is method 2 is a baby-step-giant-step http://andrea.corbellini.name/2015/06/08/elliptic-curve-cryptography-breaking-security-and-a-comparison-with-rsa/
 https://gist.github.com/jhoenicke/2e39b3c6c49b1d7b216b8626197e4b89
Reply but it is not suitable for people who do not have Linux and who are not familiar with the basics of programming ,C, C+
Yes, and my wallet 12gyE8EKXsePJVDFECRda8vxRQvVoWpsEB  Roll Eyes

BTW, I do not see here any code that deals with private keys with known public keys, #65, #70, #75, etc, which were moved to expose public keys. Is that code public at all?

65 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001A838B13505B26867 18ZMbwUFLMHoZBbfpCjUJQTCMCbktshgpe

70 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000349B84B6431A6C4EF1 19YZECXj3SxEZMoUeJ1yiPsw8xANe7M7QR

75 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000004C5CE114686A1336E07 1J36UjUByGroXcCvmj13U6uwaVv9caEeAt


I said "code", as in "source code", this is printout from the output.
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June 24, 2019, 01:48:05 PM
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I think, that after addresses #61 presumably factor will be even more in a range from K*4 up to K*6
It is possible, that the organizer specially has arranged addresses with balance with such different steps.
My idea has appeared " complete delirium "!

We already know exactly how the author of the puzzle generated the private keys because he told us exactly how he did it right here in this thread.

The private keys were made by taking a random number and then masking it to the desired bit length:

#1 = 256 bit random number bit wise ANDed with (21 - 1)
#2 = 256 bit random number bit wise ANDed with (22 - 1)
#3 = 256 bit random number bit wise ANDed with (23 - 1)
...
#60 = 256 bit random number bit wise ANDed with (260 - 1)
#61 = 256 bit random number bit wise ANDed with (261 - 1)
#65 = 256 bit random number bit wise ANDed with (265 - 1)
#70 = 256 bit random number bit wise ANDed with (270 - 1)
#75 = 256 bit random number bit wise ANDed with (275 - 1)
...
#160 = 256 bit random number bit wise ANDed with (2160 - 1)

So, there is no pattern to be discovered.

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June 24, 2019, 05:52:17 PM
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We already know exactly how the author of the puzzle generated the private keys because he told us exactly how he did it right here in this thread.

The private keys were made by taking a random number and then masking it to the desired bit length:

#1 = 256 bit random number bit wise ANDed with (21 - 1)
#2 = 256 bit random number bit wise ANDed with (22 - 1)
#3 = 256 bit random number bit wise ANDed with (23 - 1)
...
#60 = 256 bit random number bit wise ANDed with (260 - 1)
#61 = 256 bit random number bit wise ANDed with (261 - 1)
#65 = 256 bit random number bit wise ANDed with (265 - 1)
#70 = 256 bit random number bit wise ANDed with (270 - 1)
#75 = 256 bit random number bit wise ANDed with (275 - 1)
...
#160 = 256 bit random number bit wise ANDed with (2160 - 1)

So, there is no pattern to be discovered.
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Yes I understand.
Just thought - what if .....
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June 25, 2019, 03:31:47 AM
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Hi, folks! Great topic!
Need some of your guru's help. As far as I understood, if we have i.e.
61. 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000013C96A3742F64906 - 1AVJKwzs9AskraJLGHAZPiaZcrpDr1U6AB
62.                                                                                                                      - 1Me6EfpwZK5kQziBwBfvLiHjaPGxCKLoJi
63.                                                                                                                      - 1NpYjtLira16LfGbGwZJ5JbDPh3ai9bjf4
64.                                                                                                                      - 16jY7qLJnxb7CHZyqBP8qca9d51gAjyXQN
65. 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001a838b13505b26867  - 18ZMbwUFLMHoZBbfpCjUJQTCMCbktshgpe
means that privat keys for #62, 63 & 64 will be somewhere between 13C96A3742F64906:1a838b13505b26867. Am I right?
If yes, how can I narrow the keyspace for #62 only? Even approximate range I believe will be ok fo try. Can a simple hex math be used in this case?
Sorry if its a noob question.
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June 25, 2019, 05:00:15 AM
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Hi, folks! Great topic!
Need some of your guru's help. As far as I understood, if we have i.e.
61. 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000013C96A3742F64906 - 1AVJKwzs9AskraJLGHAZPiaZcrpDr1U6AB
62.                                                                                                                      - 1Me6EfpwZK5kQziBwBfvLiHjaPGxCKLoJi
63.                                                                                                                      - 1NpYjtLira16LfGbGwZJ5JbDPh3ai9bjf4
64.                                                                                                                      - 16jY7qLJnxb7CHZyqBP8qca9d51gAjyXQN
65. 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001a838b13505b26867  - 18ZMbwUFLMHoZBbfpCjUJQTCMCbktshgpe
means that privat keys for #62, 63 & 64 will be somewhere between 13C96A3742F64906:1a838b13505b26867. Am I right?
If yes, how can I narrow the keyspace for #62 only? Even approximate range I believe will be ok fo try. Can a simple hex math be used in this case?
Sorry if its a noob question.


62   2000000000000000 - 3FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
63   4000000000000000 - 7FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
64   8000000000000000-  FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
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June 25, 2019, 10:16:02 AM
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Hi, folks! Great topic!
Need some of your guru's help. As far as I understood, if we have i.e.
61. 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000013C96A3742F64906 - 1AVJKwzs9AskraJLGHAZPiaZcrpDr1U6AB
62.                                                                                                                      - 1Me6EfpwZK5kQziBwBfvLiHjaPGxCKLoJi
63.                                                                                                                      - 1NpYjtLira16LfGbGwZJ5JbDPh3ai9bjf4
64.                                                                                                                      - 16jY7qLJnxb7CHZyqBP8qca9d51gAjyXQN
65. 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001a838b13505b26867  - 18ZMbwUFLMHoZBbfpCjUJQTCMCbktshgpe
means that privat keys for #62, 63 & 64 will be somewhere between 13C96A3742F64906:1a838b13505b26867. Am I right?
If yes, how can I narrow the keyspace for #62 only? Even approximate range I believe will be ok fo try. Can a simple hex math be used in this case?
Sorry if its a noob question.


And who prevents you to narrow a range of search?
For search the private keys for address 62 is selected keyspace 2000000000000000 - 3FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
In this space it is possible to find about 2305843009213693952 variants.
The project has started for a long time, therefore it is possible to assume, that about three quarters of addresses is checked up and among them no required.
I.e. it is necessary to you to check up 2305843009213693952:4 = 576460752303423488 variants
Can try to begin with 3800000000000001

- keyspace 3800000000000001:3FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF

If this quantity of variants 576460752303423488 you divide into speed of generation of keys of your computer that receive a rough operating time

Good luck!
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June 25, 2019, 11:53:23 AM
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Hi, folks! Great topic!
Need some of your guru's help. As far as I understood, if we have i.e.
61. 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000013C96A3742F64906 - 1AVJKwzs9AskraJLGHAZPiaZcrpDr1U6AB
62.                                                                                                                      - 1Me6EfpwZK5kQziBwBfvLiHjaPGxCKLoJi
63.                                                                                                                      - 1NpYjtLira16LfGbGwZJ5JbDPh3ai9bjf4
64.                                                                                                                      - 16jY7qLJnxb7CHZyqBP8qca9d51gAjyXQN
65. 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001a838b13505b26867  - 18ZMbwUFLMHoZBbfpCjUJQTCMCbktshgpe
means that privat keys for #62, 63 & 64 will be somewhere between 13C96A3742F64906:1a838b13505b26867. Am I right?
If yes, how can I narrow the keyspace for #62 only? Even approximate range I believe will be ok fo try. Can a simple hex math be used in this case?
Sorry if its a noob question.


And who prevents you to narrow a range of search?
For search the private keys for address 62 is selected keyspace 2000000000000000 - 3FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
In this space it is possible to find about 2305843009213693952 variants.
The project has started for a long time, therefore it is possible to assume, that about three quarters of addresses is checked up and among them no required.
I.e. it is necessary to you to check up 2305843009213693952:4 = 576460752303423488 variants
Can try to begin with 3800000000000001

- keyspace 3800000000000001:3FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF

If this quantity of variants 576460752303423488 you divide into speed of generation of keys of your computer that receive a rough operating time

Good luck!
Since the entire search space for #62 is 2000000000000000 to 3FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF

If you search the last 1/4 of the space from 3800000000000001 to 3FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF you will have exactly a 25% chance of finding the key assuming nobody else with much faster hardware finds it first.

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June 25, 2019, 02:04:51 PM
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Great! Thanks you all, mates, for a constructive answers!

...therefore it is possible to assume, that about three quarters of addresses is checked up and among them no required...
That exactly what I have thought and want to use with the profit. Means that, as the speed of my hardware is only ~25 MKey/s I have not enough of my life to check all that range and, asuming that three quarters of addresses have already been checked, I will better focuse only on the last quarter.

Good luck!  You are going to need it.
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62   2000000000000000 - 3FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
63   4000000000000000 - 7FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
64   8000000000000000-  FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF

If realy getting random number at privat key. And used previos statisks. When, no any numbers not found in previos 30 percent in own range.
Code:
Pos='01' Diff='0' Pos='0' Perc='100' Percent2='100' 
Pos='02' Diff='2' Pos='2' Perc='100' Percent2='100' 
Pos='03' Diff='5' Pos='5' Perc='100' Percent2='100' 
Pos='04' Diff='11' Pos='4' Perc='36.36' Percent2='53.33' 
Pos='05' Diff='23' Pos='13' Perc='56.52' Percent2='67.74' 
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Pos='30' Diff='805306367' Pos='764726628' Perc='94.96' Percent2='96.22' 
Pos='31' Diff='1610612735' Pos='1565517639' Perc='97.2' Percent2='97.9' 
Pos='32' Diff='3221225471' Pos='2019730990' Perc='62.7' Percent2='72.02' 
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Pos='34' Diff='12884901887' Pos='9838104861' Perc='76.35' Percent2='82.26' 
Pos='35' Diff='25769803775' Pos='11522937200' Perc='44.71' Percent2='58.53' 
Pos='36' Diff='51539607551' Pos='25207900796' Perc='48.9' Percent2='61.68' 
Pos='37' Diff='103079215103' Pos='65891822227' Perc='63.92' Percent2='72.94' 
Pos='38' Diff='206158430207' Pos='78252059856' Perc='37.95' Percent2='53.46' 
Pos='39' Diff='412316860415' Pos='186286015465' Perc='45.18' Percent2='58.88' 
Pos='40' Diff='824633720831' Pos='728773506006' Perc='88.37' Percent2='91.28' 
Pos='41' Diff='1649267441663' Pos='908496391259' Perc='55.08' Percent2='66.31' 
Pos='42' Diff='3298534883327' Pos='1795862924687' Perc='54.44' Percent2='65.83' 
Pos='43' Diff='6597069766655' Pos='5210787792273' Perc='78.98' Percent2='84.23' 
Pos='44' Diff='13194139533311' Pos='11006715245967' Perc='83.42' Percent2='87.56' 
Pos='45' Diff='26388279066623' Pos='11200370064389' Perc='42.44' Percent2='56.83' 
Pos='46' Diff='52776558133247' Pos='33816484304196' Perc='64.07' Percent2='73.05' 
Pos='47' Diff='105553116266495' Pos='84482287025338' Perc='80.03' Percent2='85.02' 
Pos='48' Diff='211106232532991' Pos='120838230522779' Perc='57.24' Percent2='67.93' 
Pos='49' Diff='422212465065983' Pos='268381416677197' Perc='63.56' Percent2='72.67' 
Pos='50' Diff='844424930131967' Pos='329665519457108' Perc='39.04' Percent2='54.28' 
Pos='51' Diff='1688849860263935' Pos='1495819561732564' Perc='88.57' Percent2='91.42' 
Pos='52' Diff='3377699720527871' Pos='3090595732758076' Perc='91.5' Percent2='93.62' 
Pos='53' Diff='6755399441055743' Pos='4511884157792876' Perc='66.78' Percent2='75.09' 
Pos='54' Diff='13510798882111487' Pos='5470855617126211' Perc='40.49' Percent2='55.36' 
Pos='55' Diff='27021597764222975' Pos='21038191237128468' Perc='77.85' Percent2='83.39' 
Pos='56' Diff='54043195528445951' Pos='26204343783194591' Perc='48.48' Percent2='61.36' 
Pos='57' Diff='108086391056891903' Pos='102216961891882524' Perc='94.56' Percent2='95.92' 
Pos='58' Diff='216172782113783807' Pos='127919073938414113' Perc='59.17' Percent2='69.38' 
Pos='59' Diff='432345564227567615' Pos='380955196182410319' Perc='88.11' Percent2='91.08' 
Pos='60' Diff='864691128455135231' Pos='846810974067784638' Perc='97.93' Percent2='98.44' 
Pos='61' Diff='1729382256910270463' Pos='849326790315231494' Perc='49.11' Percent2='61.83'
First percent in own range. Second in full range from 0 to own end.
It just happens that it is difficult (small chance) to get a large number of consecutive zeros.
And a very small chance that it will look like 10001... or 1001... or 101... or 11... and a very small chance that it will look like 1000000000.....
But for some reason, this logic does not come to the end of the list. If we throw away very small ranges, then we see that there are a lot of keys in the range of 90 percent.
98.53, 94.96, 97.2, 91.5, 94.56, 97.93. By the way, this does not contradict logic. Six out of sixty is 10 percent. And from 90 to 99.99 is also 10 percent.
Sorted percentage
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Percent='49.11'         Count='1'
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Percent='91.5'          Count='1'
Percent='94.56'         Count='1'
Percent='94.96'         Count='1'
Percent='97.2'          Count='1'
Percent='97.93'         Count='1'
Percent='98.53'         Count='1'
Percent='100'   Count='3'
Based on this, we can conclude that in the key in the binary form there will be a small probability of long repetitions of zero or unity.
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02                                                                  11          Max1:2          Max0:0          Min1:2          Min0:0          InStr:                                   2
03                                                                 111          Max1:3          Max0:0          Min1:3          Min0:0          InStr:                                   3
04                                                                1000          Max1:1          Max0:3          Min1:0          Min0:3          InStr:                                  13
05                                                               10101          Max1:1          Max0:1          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:                               11111
06                                                              110001          Max1:2          Max0:3          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:                                 231
07                                                             1001100          Max1:2          Max0:2          Min1:0          Min0:2          InStr:                                1222
08                                                            11100000          Max1:3          Max0:5          Min1:0          Min0:5          InStr:                                  35
09                                                           111010011          Max1:3          Max0:2          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:                               31122
10                                                          1000000010          Max1:1          Max0:7          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:                                1711
11                                                         10010000011          Max1:2          Max0:5          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:                               12152
12                                                        101001111011          Max1:4          Max0:2          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:                             1112412
13                                                       1010001100000          Max1:2          Max0:5          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:                              111325
14                                                      10100100110000          Max1:2          Max0:4          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:                            11121224
15                                                     110100011110011          Max1:4          Max0:3          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:                             2113422
16                                                    1100100100110110          Max1:2          Max0:2          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:                          2212122121
17                                                   10111011001001111          Max1:4          Max0:2          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:                           113122124
18                                                  110000100000001101          Max1:2          Max0:7          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:                             2417211
19                                                 1010111010010011111          Max1:5          Max0:2          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:                         11113112125
20                                                11010010110001010101          Max1:2          Max0:3          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:                     211211231111111
21                                               110111010010100110100          Max1:3          Max0:2          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:                      21311211122112
22                                              1011011110010000001111          Max1:4          Max0:6          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:                           112142164
23                                             10101010110111001010010          Max1:3          Max0:2          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:                  111111112132111211
24                                            110111000010101000000100          Max1:3          Max0:6          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:                        213411111612
25                                           1111110100101111011100101          Max1:6          Max0:2          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:                       6112114132111
26                                          11010000000011001001101110          Max1:3          Max0:8          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:                        211822122131
27                                         110101011000011100001110101          Max1:3          Max0:4          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:                     211111243431111
28                                        1101100100010110110011101000          Max1:3          Max0:3          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:                    2122131121223113
29                                       10111111000100101010100011110          Max1:6          Max0:3          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:                    1163121111111341
30                                      111101100101001100110101100100          Max1:4          Max0:2          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:                  412211122221112212
31                                     1111101010011111110011101000111          Max1:7          Max0:3          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:                       5111127231133
32                                    10111000011000101010011000101110          Max1:3          Max0:4          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:                  113423111112231131
33                                   110101001011011001010100011011000          Max1:2          Max0:3          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:              2111121121221111132123
34                                  1101001010011001011001000100011101          Max1:3          Max0:3          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:               211211122211221313311
35                                 10010101110110100100001000101110000          Max1:3          Max0:4          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:                12111131211214131134
36                                100111011110100000100000101001111100          Max1:5          Max0:5          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:                    1231411515111252
37                               1011101010111011101010110101010010011          Max1:3          Max0:2          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:         113111113131111121111112122
38                              10001000111000001011111010110011010000          Max1:5          Max0:5          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:                  131335115111222114
39                             100101101011111100000110000001111101001          Max1:6          Max0:6          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:                   12112111652651121
40                            1110100110101110010010010011001111010110          Max1:4          Max0:2          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:            311221113212121222411121
41                           10101001110000110100110101100110001011011          Max1:3          Max0:4          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:           1111123421122111222311212
42                          101010001000100001110001011000110110001111          Max1:4          Max0:4          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:               111113131433112321234
43                         1101011110100111011001001111100010110010001          Max1:5          Max0:3          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:             21114112312212531122131
44                        11100000001010110011010110100011010110001111          Max1:4          Max0:7          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:             37111122211121132111234
45                       100100010111111001010000101000011110000000101          Max1:6          Max0:7          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:               121311621114111447111
46                      1011101100000110000011100010001101010101000100          Max1:3          Max0:5          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:            113125253313211111111312
47                     11011001101011000010000101101010011110010111010          Max1:4          Max0:4          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:        2122211124141121111242113111
48                    101011011110011011010111110011100011101110011011          Max1:5          Max0:3          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:           1111214221211152333132212
49                   1011101000001011101101011000000010101111101001101          Max1:5          Max0:7          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:         113115113121112711115112211
50                  10001010111101010000111100001011101001001101010100          Max1:4          Max0:4          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:      131111411114441131121221111112
51                 111010100000111000010100001101000000000100111010100          Max1:3          Max0:9          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:            311115341114211912311112
52                1110111110101110000101100100110010111001111000111100          Max1:5          Max0:4          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:            315111341122122211324342
53               11000000001111000100011100100011111100011001001101100          Max1:6          Max0:8          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:                28431332136322122122
54              100011011011111011011011010101101011010001111101000011          Max1:5          Max0:4          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:     1321215121212111112111211351142
55             1101010101111100001111110011011011001111110000100010100          Max1:6          Max0:4          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:          21111111546221212264131112
56            10011101000110001011011000111010110001001111111111011111          Max1:10         Max0:3          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:           1231132311212331112312a15
57           111101011001001011100100100000111100101011101011000011100          Max1:4          Max0:5          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:      411122121132121542111131112432
58          1011000110011101011011100001010010000110001001101000100001          Max1:3          Max0:4          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:     1123223111213411121423122113141
59         11101001001011011001011101110000111110010101011010001001111          Max1:5          Max0:4          Min1:1          Min0:0          InStr:   311212112122113134521111112113124
60        111111000000011110100001100000100101001101100111101110111110          Max1:6          Max0:7          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:            674114251211122122413151
61       1001111001001011010100011011101000010111101100100100100000110          Max1:4          Max0:5          Min1:0          Min0:1          InStr:  1242121121111321311411412212121521
Theoretically, using this data, and also add a calculation of the repetition of the following public address. You can make an algorithm that will iterate over the initially possible private keys. Increasing repetition ranges.

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June 25, 2019, 05:35:48 PM
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Hi, folks! Great topic!
Need some of your guru's help. As far as I understood, if we have i.e.
61. 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000013C96A3742F64906 - 1AVJKwzs9AskraJLGHAZPiaZcrpDr1U6AB
62.                                                                                                                      - 1Me6EfpwZK5kQziBwBfvLiHjaPGxCKLoJi
63.                                                                                                                      - 1NpYjtLira16LfGbGwZJ5JbDPh3ai9bjf4
64.                                                                                                                      - 16jY7qLJnxb7CHZyqBP8qca9d51gAjyXQN
65. 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001a838b13505b26867  - 18ZMbwUFLMHoZBbfpCjUJQTCMCbktshgpe
means that privat keys for #62, 63 & 64 will be somewhere between 13C96A3742F64906:1a838b13505b26867. Am I right?
If yes, how can I narrow the keyspace for #62 only? Even approximate range I believe will be ok fo try. Can a simple hex math be used in this case?
Sorry if its a noob question.


And who prevents you to narrow a range of search?
For search the private keys for address 62 is selected keyspace 2000000000000000 - 3FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
In this space it is possible to find about 2305843009213693952 variants.
The project has started for a long time, therefore it is possible to assume, that about three quarters of addresses is checked up and among them no required.
I.e. it is necessary to you to check up 2305843009213693952:4 = 576460752303423488 variants
Can try to begin with 3800000000000001

- keyspace 3800000000000001:3FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF

If this quantity of variants 576460752303423488 you divide into speed of generation of keys of your computer that receive a rough operating time

Good luck!
Since the entire search space for #62 is 2000000000000000 to 3FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF

If you search the last 1/4 of the space from 3800000000000001 to 3FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF you will have exactly a 25% chance of finding the key assuming nobody else with much faster hardware finds it first.

Good luck!  You are going to need it.

I with you completely agree!

In a post № 1018 on page 51 I wrote about factors (on statistics) found Private Key
Minimal - K*1.2561547139608029

It is possible to assume, that Private Key for addresses 62 can be in space
From 2000000000000000 x K*1.2561547139608029 up to 3FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF i.e. approximately
From 2800000000000001 and up to 3FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
I think, that the minimum half of way from 2000000000000001:3FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF already and key is not found.
Then it is possible to try from 3000000000000001 up to 3FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
In any case on my computer with speed only 0.63 MKey/s to participate in this competition it is senseless.
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any tip how i can make raw public key like on this table ?


unsigned char rawpubkeys[NUMPUBKEYS][33] = {
{ 0x03,0x29,0xc4,0x57,0x4a,0x4f,0xd8,0xc8,0x10,0xb7,0xe4,0x2a,0x4b,0x39,0x88,0x82,0xb3,0x81,0xbc,0xd8,0x5e,0x40,0xc6,0x88,0x37,0x12,0x91,0x2d,0x16,0x7c,0x83,0xe7,0x3a },//== 1Kh22PvXERd2xpTQk3ur6pPEqFeckCJfAr#85
};
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any tip how i can make raw public key like on this table ?


unsigned char rawpubkeys[NUMPUBKEYS][33] = {
{ 0x03,0x29,0xc4,0x57,0x4a,0x4f,0xd8,0xc8,0x10,0xb7,0xe4,0x2a,0x4b,0x39,0x88,0x82,0xb3,0x81,0xbc,0xd8,0x5e,0x40,0xc6,0x88,0x37,0x12,0x91,0x2d,0x16,0x7c,0x83,0xe7,0x3a },//== 1Kh22PvXERd2xpTQk3ur6pPEqFeckCJfAr#85
};

unsigned char rawpubkeys[NUMPUBKEYS][33] = {
{
      .. add all strings here...

    "1Kh22PvXERd2xpTQk3ur6pPEqFeckCJfAr", // #85

};

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I think we are reading the Creator of the puzzle,as they say, our hope and support! Who agrees with me let the support that the puzzle above 70 in the next fifty years will not be solved ,then maybe it's worth to share between all of us who participated in solving this powerfully prize from 71 to 160 .If that is my modest purse 1EtUE8aBfLNeMMMeG4265ifERhhJXaWbpL   Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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I will answer in Russian.
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June 26, 2019, 03:43:39 PM
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On first machine (600GB RAM):
Code:
Check bit = 90 only, pubkey is:
035c38bd9ae4b10e8a250857006f3cfd98ab15a6196d9f4dfd25bc7ecc77d788d5
Build Hash, MEM size = 384GB

On second machine (80GB RAM):
Code:
Check bit = 90 only, pubkey is:
035c38bd9ae4b10e8a250857006f3cfd98ab15a6196d9f4dfd25bc7ecc77d788d5
Build Hash, MEM size = 64GB
Search bits = 90
Search Keys....  from 20000000000000000000000 to 3ffffffffffffffffffffff

... and nothing changes from two days on both machines.
Something is wrong?
Am I to understand that no more changes are expected in these processes?

Can someone modify the code in such a way that the process is visible (along with the percentage)?
for machine's memory is 600GB
at least this code need update:
uint32_t entry = xst.n[0] & (HASH_SIZE-1);
to
uint64_t entry = xst.n[0] & (HASH_SIZE-1);

and update
typedef struct hashtable_entry {
    uint32_t x;
    uint32_t exponent;
} hashtable_entry;
to
typedef struct hashtable_entry {
    uint32_t x;
    uint64_t exponent; //this will take more memory
} hashtable_entry;


For 5TB RAM changes are that same how for 600GB? :-)
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June 26, 2019, 03:57:27 PM
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June 26, 2019, 10:19:14 PM
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Hello to everyone,

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...the puzzle above 70 in the next fifty years will not be solved...
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