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July 01, 2019, 04:43:01 PM
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How many BTCs left in this PUZZLE ?
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July 01, 2019, 04:48:54 PM
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Counting with the small additions, there are still 106.14016893 BTC left in this puzzle addresses.  Smiley
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July 01, 2019, 04:49:16 PM
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Why steping is 5???
Maybe reality collision found?
Please read the thread.  Go back a few pages and read forward until you find the answer to your question.

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July 01, 2019, 04:52:20 PM
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Yes, like I read everything, you can link to a certain post.
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July 01, 2019, 04:58:42 PM
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Looks like someone has found some kind of trick or regularity in calculations...
Definetely it can't be luck with stepping 5 and and can't be hashing or brute-forcing. Just only if pentagon's admin decided to test the most powerfull PC in the world with this puzzle address  Grin Grin Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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July 01, 2019, 06:25:47 PM
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So, right now only this BTC addresses left ?

Code:
1Me6EfpwZK5kQziBwBfvLiHjaPGxCKLoJi 0.062 BTC
1NpYjtLira16LfGbGwZJ5JbDPh3ai9bjf4 0.063 BTC
16jY7qLJnxb7CHZyqBP8qca9d51gAjyXQN 0.064 BTC
13zb1hQbWVsc2S7ZTZnP2G4undNNpdh5so 0.066 BTC
1BY8GQbnueYofwSuFAT3USAhGjPrkxDdW9 0.067 BTC
1MVDYgVaSN6iKKEsbzRUAYFrYJadLYZvvZ 0.068 BTC
19vkiEajfhuZ8bs8Zu2jgmC6oqZbWqhxhG 0.069 BTC
1PWo3JeB9jrGwfHDNpdGK54CRas7fsVzXU 0.071 BTC
1JTK7s9YVYywfm5XUH7RNhHJH1LshCaRFR 0.072 BTC
12VVRNPi4SJqUTsp6FmqDqY5sGosDtysn4 0.073 BTC
1FWGcVDK3JGzCC3WtkYetULPszMaK2Jksv 0.074 BTC
1DJh2eHFYQfACPmrvpyWc8MSTYKh7w9eRF 0.076 BTC
1Bxk4CQdqL9p22JEtDfdXMsng1XacifUtE 0.077 BTC
15qF6X51huDjqTmF9BJgxXdt1xcj46Jmhb 0.078 BTC
1ARk8HWJMn8js8tQmGUJeQHjSE7KRkn2t8 0.079 BTC
15qsCm78whspNQFydGJQk5rexzxTQopnHZ 0.081 BTC
13zYrYhhJxp6Ui1VV7pqa5WDhNWM45ARAC 0.082 BTC
14MdEb4eFcT3MVG5sPFG4jGLuHJSnt1Dk2 0.083 BTC
1CMq3SvFcVEcpLMuuH8PUcNiqsK1oicG2D 0.084 BTC
1K3x5L6G57Y494fDqBfrojD28UJv4s5JcK 0.086 BTC
1PxH3K1Shdjb7gSEoTX7UPDZ6SH4qGPrvq 0.087 BTC
16AbnZjZZipwHMkYKBSfswGWKDmXHjEpSf 0.088 BTC
19QciEHbGVNY4hrhfKXmcBBCrJSBZ6TaVt 0.089 BTC
1EzVHtmbN4fs4MiNk3ppEnKKhsmXYJ4s74 0.091 BTC
1AE8NzzgKE7Yhz7BWtAcAAxiFMbPo82NB5 0.092 BTC
17Q7tuG2JwFFU9rXVj3uZqRtioH3mx2Jad 0.093 BTC
1K6xGMUbs6ZTXBnhw1pippqwK6wjBWtNpL 0.094 BTC
19eVSDuizydXxhohGh8Ki9WY9KsHdSwoQC 0.095 BTC
15ANYzzCp5BFHcCnVFzXqyibpzgPLWaD8b 0.096 BTC
18ywPwj39nGjqBrQJSzZVq2izR12MDpDr8 0.097 BTC
1CaBVPrwUxbQYYswu32w7Mj4HR4maNoJSX 0.098 BTC
1JWnE6p6UN7ZJBN7TtcbNDoRcjFtuDWoNL 0.099 BTC
1KCgMv8fo2TPBpddVi9jqmMmcne9uSNJ5F 0.1 BTC
1CKCVdbDJasYmhswB6HKZHEAnNaDpK7W4n 0.101 BTC
1PXv28YxmYMaB8zxrKeZBW8dt2HK7RkRPX 0.102 BTC
1AcAmB6jmtU6AiEcXkmiNE9TNVPsj9DULf 0.103 BTC
1EQJvpsmhazYCcKX5Au6AZmZKRnzarMVZu 0.104 BTC
1CMjscKB3QW7SDyQ4c3C3DEUHiHRhiZVib 0.105 BTC
18KsfuHuzQaBTNLASyj15hy4LuqPUo1FNB 0.106 BTC
15EJFC5ZTs9nhsdvSUeBXjLAuYq3SWaxTc 0.107 BTC
1HB1iKUqeffnVsvQsbpC6dNi1XKbyNuqao 0.108 BTC
1GvgAXVCbA8FBjXfWiAms4ytFeJcKsoyhL 0.109 BTC
12JzYkkN76xkwvcPT6AWKZtGX6w2LAgsJg 0.11 BTC
1824ZJQ7nKJ9QFTRBqn7z7dHV5EGpzUpH3 0.111 BTC
18A7NA9FTsnJxWgkoFfPAFbQzuQxpRtCos 0.112 BTC
1NeGn21dUDDeqFQ63xb2SpgUuXuBLA4WT4 0.113 BTC
174SNxfqpdMGYy5YQcfLbSTK3MRNZEePoy 0.114 BTC
1NLbHuJebVwUZ1XqDjsAyfTRUPwDQbemfv 0.115 BTC
1MnJ6hdhvK37VLmqcdEwqC3iFxyWH2PHUV 0.116 BTC
1KNRfGWw7Q9Rmwsc6NT5zsdvEb9M2Wkj5Z 0.117 BTC
1PJZPzvGX19a7twf5HyD2VvNiPdHLzm9F6 0.118 BTC
1GuBBhf61rnvRe4K8zu8vdQB3kHzwFqSy7 0.119 BTC
17s2b9ksz5y7abUm92cHwG8jEPCzK3dLnT 0.12 BTC
1GDSuiThEV64c166LUFC9uDcVdGjqkxKyh 0.121 BTC
1Me3ASYt5JCTAK2XaC32RMeH34PdprrfDx 0.122 BTC
1CdufMQL892A69KXgv6UNBD17ywWqYpKut 0.123 BTC
1BkkGsX9ZM6iwL3zbqs7HWBV7SvosR6m8N 0.124 BTC
1PXAyUB8ZoH3WD8n5zoAthYjN15yN5CVq5 0.125 BTC
1AWCLZAjKbV1P7AHvaPNCKiB7ZWVDMxFiz 0.126 BTC
1G6EFyBRU86sThN3SSt3GrHu1sA7w7nzi4 0.127 BTC
1MZ2L1gFrCtkkn6DnTT2e4PFUTHw9gNwaj 0.128 BTC
1Hz3uv3nNZzBVMXLGadCucgjiCs5W9vaGz 0.129 BTC
1Fo65aKq8s8iquMt6weF1rku1moWVEd5Ua 0.13 BTC
16zRPnT8znwq42q7XeMkZUhb1bKqgRogyy 0.131 BTC
1KrU4dHE5WrW8rhWDsTRjR21r8t3dsrS3R 0.132 BTC
17uDfp5r4n441xkgLFmhNoSW1KWp6xVLD 0.133 BTC
13A3JrvXmvg5w9XGvyyR4JEJqiLz8ZySY3 0.134 BTC
16RGFo6hjq9ym6Pj7N5H7L1NR1rVPJyw2v 0.135 BTC
1UDHPdovvR985NrWSkdWQDEQ1xuRiTALq 0.136 BTC
15nf31J46iLuK1ZkTnqHo7WgN5cARFK3RA 0.137 BTC
1Ab4vzG6wEQBDNQM1B2bvUz4fqXXdFk2WT 0.138 BTC
1Fz63c775VV9fNyj25d9Xfw3YHE6sKCxbt 0.139 BTC
1QKBaU6WAeycb3DbKbLBkX7vJiaS8r42Xo 0.14 BTC
1CD91Vm97mLQvXhrnoMChhJx4TP9MaQkJo 0.141 BTC
15MnK2jXPqTMURX4xC3h4mAZxyCcaWWEDD 0.142 BTC
13N66gCzWWHEZBxhVxG18P8wyjEWF9Yoi1 0.143 BTC
1NevxKDYuDcCh1ZMMi6ftmWwGrZKC6j7Ux 0.144 BTC
19GpszRNUej5yYqxXoLnbZWKew3KdVLkXg 0.145 BTC
1M7ipcdYHey2Y5RZM34MBbpugghmjaV89P 0.146 BTC
18aNhurEAJsw6BAgtANpexk5ob1aGTwSeL 0.147 BTC
1FwZXt6EpRT7Fkndzv6K4b4DFoT4trbMrV 0.148 BTC
1CXvTzR6qv8wJ7eprzUKeWxyGcHwDYP1i2 0.149 BTC
1MUJSJYtGPVGkBCTqGspnxyHahpt5Te8jy 0.15 BTC
13Q84TNNvgcL3HJiqQPvyBb9m4hxjS3jkV 0.151 BTC
1LuUHyrQr8PKSvbcY1v1PiuGuqFjWpDumN 0.152 BTC
18192XpzzdDi2K11QVHR7td2HcPS6Qs5vg 0.153 BTC
1NgVmsCCJaKLzGyKLFJfVequnFW9ZvnMLN 0.154 BTC
1AoeP37TmHdFh8uN72fu9AqgtLrUwcv2wJ 0.155 BTC
1FTpAbQa4h8trvhQXjXnmNhqdiGBd1oraE 0.156 BTC
14JHoRAdmJg3XR4RjMDh6Wed6ft6hzbQe9 0.157 BTC
19z6waranEf8CcP8FqNgdwUe1QRxvUNKBG 0.158 BTC
14u4nA5sugaswb6SZgn5av2vuChdMnD9E5 0.159 BTC
1NBC8uXJy1GiJ6drkiZa1WuKn51ps7EPTv 0.16 BTC

Are they using same algo with the first 50 one ?

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July 01, 2019, 06:28:30 PM
Last edit: July 01, 2019, 06:39:33 PM by BurtW
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Yes, like I read everything, you can link to a certain post.
You sure a a lazy shit.  Sure, I will give you the link for a fee.  How much is it worth to you?  I will accept BTC for payment.

Looks like someone has found some kind of trick or regularity in calculations. Not really
Definitely it can't be luck with stepping 5 No, it is not luck
and and can't be hashing or brute-forcing. no hashing needed on these anymore, faster algorithm available for every fifth one
Just only if pentagon's admin decided to test the most powerful PC in the world with this puzzle address Probably not but, well maybe
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1306983.msg51466379#msg51466379

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July 01, 2019, 06:30:16 PM
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So, right now only this BTC addresses left ?

Code:
1Me6EfpwZK5kQziBwBfvLiHjaPGxCKLoJi 0.062 BTC
1NpYjtLira16LfGbGwZJ5JbDPh3ai9bjf4 0.063 BTC
16jY7qLJnxb7CHZyqBP8qca9d51gAjyXQN 0.064 BTC
13zb1hQbWVsc2S7ZTZnP2G4undNNpdh5so 0.066 BTC
1BY8GQbnueYofwSuFAT3USAhGjPrkxDdW9 0.067 BTC
1MVDYgVaSN6iKKEsbzRUAYFrYJadLYZvvZ 0.068 BTC
19vkiEajfhuZ8bs8Zu2jgmC6oqZbWqhxhG 0.069 BTC
1PWo3JeB9jrGwfHDNpdGK54CRas7fsVzXU 0.071 BTC
1JTK7s9YVYywfm5XUH7RNhHJH1LshCaRFR 0.072 BTC
12VVRNPi4SJqUTsp6FmqDqY5sGosDtysn4 0.073 BTC
1FWGcVDK3JGzCC3WtkYetULPszMaK2Jksv 0.074 BTC
1DJh2eHFYQfACPmrvpyWc8MSTYKh7w9eRF 0.076 BTC
1Bxk4CQdqL9p22JEtDfdXMsng1XacifUtE 0.077 BTC
15qF6X51huDjqTmF9BJgxXdt1xcj46Jmhb 0.078 BTC
1ARk8HWJMn8js8tQmGUJeQHjSE7KRkn2t8 0.079 BTC
15qsCm78whspNQFydGJQk5rexzxTQopnHZ 0.081 BTC
13zYrYhhJxp6Ui1VV7pqa5WDhNWM45ARAC 0.082 BTC
14MdEb4eFcT3MVG5sPFG4jGLuHJSnt1Dk2 0.083 BTC
1CMq3SvFcVEcpLMuuH8PUcNiqsK1oicG2D 0.084 BTC
1K3x5L6G57Y494fDqBfrojD28UJv4s5JcK 0.086 BTC
1PxH3K1Shdjb7gSEoTX7UPDZ6SH4qGPrvq 0.087 BTC
16AbnZjZZipwHMkYKBSfswGWKDmXHjEpSf 0.088 BTC
19QciEHbGVNY4hrhfKXmcBBCrJSBZ6TaVt 0.089 BTC
1EzVHtmbN4fs4MiNk3ppEnKKhsmXYJ4s74 0.091 BTC
1AE8NzzgKE7Yhz7BWtAcAAxiFMbPo82NB5 0.092 BTC
17Q7tuG2JwFFU9rXVj3uZqRtioH3mx2Jad 0.093 BTC
1K6xGMUbs6ZTXBnhw1pippqwK6wjBWtNpL 0.094 BTC
19eVSDuizydXxhohGh8Ki9WY9KsHdSwoQC 0.095 BTC
15ANYzzCp5BFHcCnVFzXqyibpzgPLWaD8b 0.096 BTC
18ywPwj39nGjqBrQJSzZVq2izR12MDpDr8 0.097 BTC
1CaBVPrwUxbQYYswu32w7Mj4HR4maNoJSX 0.098 BTC
1JWnE6p6UN7ZJBN7TtcbNDoRcjFtuDWoNL 0.099 BTC
1KCgMv8fo2TPBpddVi9jqmMmcne9uSNJ5F 0.1 BTC
1CKCVdbDJasYmhswB6HKZHEAnNaDpK7W4n 0.101 BTC
1PXv28YxmYMaB8zxrKeZBW8dt2HK7RkRPX 0.102 BTC
1AcAmB6jmtU6AiEcXkmiNE9TNVPsj9DULf 0.103 BTC
1EQJvpsmhazYCcKX5Au6AZmZKRnzarMVZu 0.104 BTC
1CMjscKB3QW7SDyQ4c3C3DEUHiHRhiZVib 0.105 BTC
18KsfuHuzQaBTNLASyj15hy4LuqPUo1FNB 0.106 BTC
15EJFC5ZTs9nhsdvSUeBXjLAuYq3SWaxTc 0.107 BTC
1HB1iKUqeffnVsvQsbpC6dNi1XKbyNuqao 0.108 BTC
1GvgAXVCbA8FBjXfWiAms4ytFeJcKsoyhL 0.109 BTC
12JzYkkN76xkwvcPT6AWKZtGX6w2LAgsJg 0.11 BTC
1824ZJQ7nKJ9QFTRBqn7z7dHV5EGpzUpH3 0.111 BTC
18A7NA9FTsnJxWgkoFfPAFbQzuQxpRtCos 0.112 BTC
1NeGn21dUDDeqFQ63xb2SpgUuXuBLA4WT4 0.113 BTC
174SNxfqpdMGYy5YQcfLbSTK3MRNZEePoy 0.114 BTC
1NLbHuJebVwUZ1XqDjsAyfTRUPwDQbemfv 0.115 BTC
1MnJ6hdhvK37VLmqcdEwqC3iFxyWH2PHUV 0.116 BTC
1KNRfGWw7Q9Rmwsc6NT5zsdvEb9M2Wkj5Z 0.117 BTC
1PJZPzvGX19a7twf5HyD2VvNiPdHLzm9F6 0.118 BTC
1GuBBhf61rnvRe4K8zu8vdQB3kHzwFqSy7 0.119 BTC
17s2b9ksz5y7abUm92cHwG8jEPCzK3dLnT 0.12 BTC
1GDSuiThEV64c166LUFC9uDcVdGjqkxKyh 0.121 BTC
1Me3ASYt5JCTAK2XaC32RMeH34PdprrfDx 0.122 BTC
1CdufMQL892A69KXgv6UNBD17ywWqYpKut 0.123 BTC
1BkkGsX9ZM6iwL3zbqs7HWBV7SvosR6m8N 0.124 BTC
1PXAyUB8ZoH3WD8n5zoAthYjN15yN5CVq5 0.125 BTC
1AWCLZAjKbV1P7AHvaPNCKiB7ZWVDMxFiz 0.126 BTC
1G6EFyBRU86sThN3SSt3GrHu1sA7w7nzi4 0.127 BTC
1MZ2L1gFrCtkkn6DnTT2e4PFUTHw9gNwaj 0.128 BTC
1Hz3uv3nNZzBVMXLGadCucgjiCs5W9vaGz 0.129 BTC
1Fo65aKq8s8iquMt6weF1rku1moWVEd5Ua 0.13 BTC
16zRPnT8znwq42q7XeMkZUhb1bKqgRogyy 0.131 BTC
1KrU4dHE5WrW8rhWDsTRjR21r8t3dsrS3R 0.132 BTC
17uDfp5r4n441xkgLFmhNoSW1KWp6xVLD 0.133 BTC
13A3JrvXmvg5w9XGvyyR4JEJqiLz8ZySY3 0.134 BTC
16RGFo6hjq9ym6Pj7N5H7L1NR1rVPJyw2v 0.135 BTC
1UDHPdovvR985NrWSkdWQDEQ1xuRiTALq 0.136 BTC
15nf31J46iLuK1ZkTnqHo7WgN5cARFK3RA 0.137 BTC
1Ab4vzG6wEQBDNQM1B2bvUz4fqXXdFk2WT 0.138 BTC
1Fz63c775VV9fNyj25d9Xfw3YHE6sKCxbt 0.139 BTC
1QKBaU6WAeycb3DbKbLBkX7vJiaS8r42Xo 0.14 BTC
1CD91Vm97mLQvXhrnoMChhJx4TP9MaQkJo 0.141 BTC
15MnK2jXPqTMURX4xC3h4mAZxyCcaWWEDD 0.142 BTC
13N66gCzWWHEZBxhVxG18P8wyjEWF9Yoi1 0.143 BTC
1NevxKDYuDcCh1ZMMi6ftmWwGrZKC6j7Ux 0.144 BTC
19GpszRNUej5yYqxXoLnbZWKew3KdVLkXg 0.145 BTC
1M7ipcdYHey2Y5RZM34MBbpugghmjaV89P 0.146 BTC
18aNhurEAJsw6BAgtANpexk5ob1aGTwSeL 0.147 BTC
1FwZXt6EpRT7Fkndzv6K4b4DFoT4trbMrV 0.148 BTC
1CXvTzR6qv8wJ7eprzUKeWxyGcHwDYP1i2 0.149 BTC
1MUJSJYtGPVGkBCTqGspnxyHahpt5Te8jy 0.15 BTC
13Q84TNNvgcL3HJiqQPvyBb9m4hxjS3jkV 0.151 BTC
1LuUHyrQr8PKSvbcY1v1PiuGuqFjWpDumN 0.152 BTC
18192XpzzdDi2K11QVHR7td2HcPS6Qs5vg 0.153 BTC
1NgVmsCCJaKLzGyKLFJfVequnFW9ZvnMLN 0.154 BTC
1AoeP37TmHdFh8uN72fu9AqgtLrUwcv2wJ 0.155 BTC
1FTpAbQa4h8trvhQXjXnmNhqdiGBd1oraE 0.156 BTC
14JHoRAdmJg3XR4RjMDh6Wed6ft6hzbQe9 0.157 BTC
19z6waranEf8CcP8FqNgdwUe1QRxvUNKBG 0.158 BTC
14u4nA5sugaswb6SZgn5av2vuChdMnD9E5 0.159 BTC
1NBC8uXJy1GiJ6drkiZa1WuKn51ps7EPTv 0.16 BTC

Are they using same algo with the first 50 one ?
The algorithm used to produce the private keys is the same for all addresses.
Most likely #95 will be the next one claimed - but it may take a while for that to happen.

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July 01, 2019, 06:48:18 PM
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Yes, like I read everything, you can link to a certain post.
You sure a a lazy shit.  Sure, I will give you the link for a fee.  How much is it worth to you?  I will accept BTC for payment.

Looks like someone has found some kind of trick or regularity in calculations. Not really
Definitely it can't be luck with stepping 5 No, it is not luck
and and can't be hashing or brute-forcing. no hashing needed on these anymore, faster algorithm available for every fifth one
Just only if pentagon's admin decided to test the most powerful PC in the world with this puzzle address Probably not but, well maybe
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1306983.msg51466379#msg51466379

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1306983.msg51474410#msg51474410

Sorry. I forgot that the public keys are open there by the author himself. Head brewed from the numbers.
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July 01, 2019, 08:07:58 PM
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Why does the Creator of the puzzle himself spend on other addresses ? So the others don't get hurt? Angry Angry Angry
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July 01, 2019, 08:36:22 PM
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What a complicated puzzle. Guess mega computing could be the only one to solve that. 32btc prize money is bigger than we think considering the fact that BTC is going bull currently. Let's continue our trading and make money trading altcoins. No time to check time
 

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What a complicated puzzle. Guess mega computing could be the only one to solve that. 32btc prize money is bigger than we think considering the fact that BTC is going bull currently. Let's continue our trading and make money trading altcoins. No time to check time
 
Not go big money in altcoins now ,all their age ends.The maximum that could slightly dispersed bitcoin,and then not much and it will soon be blown away again .Everyone is waiting for new technologies based on quantum entanglement and neural networks .There will be no place for primitive mathematics and outdated crypto-algorithms developed in the 60s of the 20th century. Grin Grin Grin
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July 02, 2019, 06:26:50 AM
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I used to be a regular in this thread. I actually used vanitygen on my R9 280X to try and solve the #54 or #55 key a few years back before someone beat me to it. I only got like 20 MH/s with my 280X while the Nvidia's with Bitcrack got multiples of that and I just gave up.

Anyways regarding the dangers of reusing BTC addresses. I know you shouldn't reuse BTC addresses ever. However why do many exchanges like Bitfinex and Binanace reuse their addresses.

It seems that since these private keys have a low entropy its possible to solve quick with enough RAM as long as the public key is shown. However would this even be possible if the private key is actually completely random and has high entropy. You would need Terabytes and Terabytes of RAM which is not possible these days.





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July 02, 2019, 01:29:17 PM
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My understanding is there is a bit of a trade off here.

When there is no spend transaction the search method is:

    Next Private Key -> Public Key -> Hash -> Bitcoin Address -> Compare Bitcoin Address, repeat until found

    Note that due to the hashing functions used the Bitcoin Address is expected within a private key range of only 2160

When there is a spend transaction the search method is:

    Next Private Key -> Public Key -> Compare Public Key, repeat until found

    Note that the private key range in this case is the full 2256 but there are ways to speed up the process

So, I think full entropy 256 bit private keys are still safe even with multiple spend transactions, but they may be less safe than a 160 bit Bitcoin address from a full entropy 256 bit private key with no spend transactions.

Even better yet is a longer full 256 bit Bitcoin address based on a full entropy 256 bit private key with no spend transactions.

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My understanding is there is a bit of a trade off here.

When there is no spend transaction the search method is:

    Next Private Key -> Public Key -> Hash -> Bitcoin Address -> Compare Bitcoin Address, repeat until found

    Note that due to the hashing functions used the Bitcoin Address is expected within a private key range of only 2160

When there is a spend transaction the search method is:

    Next Private Key -> Public Key -> Compare Public Key, repeat until found

    Note that the private key range in this case is the full 2256 but there are ways to speed up the process

So, I think full entropy 256 bit private keys are still safe even with multiple spend transactions, but they may be less safe than a 160 bit Bitcoin address from a full entropy 256 bit private key with no spend transactions.

Even better yet is a longer full 256 bit Bitcoin address based on a full entropy 256 bit private key with no spend transactions.

I understand but why can't a HBM2 16GB GPU do this faster than a system with a fast CPU + loads of system RAM.

I am not too technical on the details here but I understand that if you know the private key you can easily compute the public key, but not the other way around.

So since the search space is small, basically most of the private key starts with 0's then you can easily start a range at the small private keys basically something like " 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001A838B13505B26867 "

So the GPU would take that and increment it and compute the public key very fast and just compare it to the public key with the funds inside it.






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My understanding is there is a bit of a trade off here.

When there is no spend transaction the search method is:

    Next Private Key -> Public Key -> Hash -> Bitcoin Address -> Compare Bitcoin Address, repeat until found

    Note that due to the hashing functions used the Bitcoin Address is expected within a private key range of only 2160

When there is a spend transaction the search method is:

    Next Private Key -> Public Key -> Compare Public Key, repeat until found

    Note that the private key range in this case is the full 2256 but there are ways to speed up the process

So, I think full entropy 256 bit private keys are still safe even with multiple spend transactions, but they may be less safe than a 160 bit Bitcoin address from a full entropy 256 bit private key with no spend transactions.

Even better yet is a longer full 256 bit Bitcoin address based on a full entropy 256 bit private key with no spend transactions.

I understand but why can't a HBM2 16GB GPU do this faster than a system with a fast CPU + loads of system RAM.

I am not too technical on the details here but I understand that if you know the private key you can easily compute the public key, but not the other way around.

So since the search space is small, basically most of the private key starts with 0's then you can easily start a range at the small private keys basically something like " 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001A838B13505B26867 "

So the GPU would take that and increment it and compute the public key very fast and just compare it to the public key with the funds inside it.


What you are describing is the "brute force" method which can be done even faster than you think.  

Since the PublicKey = PrivateKey * G (where G is an agreed to point on the elliptic curve and * is the defined scalar multiplication operation over the finite field of points on the elliptic curve) you can do the following:

0) Initialize PrivateKey to the start of the range you are interested in
1) Calculate the first PublicKey = PrivateKey * G
2) Compare the PublicKey to the target PublicKey, if they match then you are done and PrivateKey is the private key you are looking for
3) PrivateKey = PrivateKey + 1
4) PublicKey = PublicKey + G (instead of PublicKey = PrivateKey * G because adding the point G to the current PublicKey point is faster than calculating the PublicKey point from PublicKey = PrivateKey * G "from scratch" every time through the loop)
5) Goto step 2)

However, people that are doing this search are not using this "brute force" method.  They are using a much faster method.  This much faster method requires a lot of RAM.  This faster method is described in detail in a very large post withing the last few pages of this thread.  Check it out.

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July 06, 2019, 07:05:59 AM
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... And the #95 is Spent now.  Shocked
https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/2b46d8d754b712c0c481185f07fa7b11100fe48f807069fc2e0779735d81c99e

I'm still looking for the #80, #85  and #90 to add them to the spent list but I still didn't found them. Maybe pikachunakapika or arulbero can help us. Grin

Congratulations to the one who found #95 (19eVSDuizydXxhohGh8Ki9WY9KsHdSwoQC)  Smiley


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July 06, 2019, 08:13:36 AM
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... And the #95 is Spent now.  Shocked
https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/2b46d8d754b712c0c481185f07fa7b11100fe48f807069fc2e0779735d81c99e

I'm still looking for the #80, #85  and #90 to add them to the spent list but I still didn't found them. Maybe pikachunakapika or arulbero can help us. Grin

Congratulations to the one who found #95 (19eVSDuizydXxhohGh8Ki9WY9KsHdSwoQC)  Smiley



It's fantastic !!!! Congratulations to the winner !! Can he share with us how he was able to put this into practice.
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Nothing will be shared by them, but they will not forget what more they can solve, and then it will be possible and I will think it will be silenced Grin
I think this they solve the problem pikachunakapika or arulbero simply didn’t have been done anyway anyway arulbero said that it could search for a key to be 160
sorry my english translate
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from transactions it is clear that these are 3 different people Cool
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