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July 17, 2019, 06:19:53 PM
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Folks, can anyone suggest please any good and precise big numbers equation solver? Software or online, doesn't really matter...
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July 17, 2019, 06:28:57 PM
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Folks, can anyone suggest please any good and precise big numbers equation solver? Software or online, doesn't really matter...

There are so many and it depends on what kind of equation do you have?
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July 17, 2019, 06:50:03 PM
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Folks, can anyone suggest please any good and precise big numbers equation solver? Software or online, doesn't really matter...

There are so many and it depends on what kind of equation do you have?

1 + 2 = x   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

Simple linear equation, man, with one unknown, but using a big numbers in its full format.
I've managed to create a formula to narrow a keyspace till within 12-12000000, but it works for the addresses from 1 to 52, then numbers become huge and error is big too, hence i need some software which will be capable to handle such a big numbers and be able to perform precise calculations.
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July 17, 2019, 07:11:49 PM
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just use linux bc  (basic calculator)

https://www.tecmint.com/bc-command-examples/

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July 17, 2019, 07:31:59 PM
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So basically stealing someone's Bitcoin? What if you had that 32 BTC and someone stole it from you, what is wrong with you guys? This is such a shitty community that you guys would call someone's own hard-earned Bitcoin a "prize" and even bounty it. You are the reason Bitcoin has such a bad wrap.

Tap on the matte canteen. Read the topic from the beginning, then come back here, remove your miserable post and beg forgiveness.

I have no idea what the phrase means, and no I won't. It's not your money nor do you deserve it.
The owner of these Bitcoins spent them to low entropy private keys on purpose in order to test the security of the Bitcoin system.  He wants everyone to try and take them.  He then issued a spend transaction from some of the addresses in order to test the security of low entropy private keys with spend transaction.   He did all of this on purpose in order to test the system.  For helping with this test people are being paid for their efforts.  This is not stealing it is people being paid for a service.

Learn to first read and understand a thread before you dump a steaming pile of your uninformed dumb ass opinion on it.

So there is proof of this? It makes sense I just don't see any proof of who owns the bitcoins and don't feel like searching through a huge thread to find a needle in a haystack. Can you actually provide something useful? All I see is random info without anything to back it up except a simple-minded insult?
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July 17, 2019, 07:46:23 PM
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So basically stealing someone's Bitcoin? What if you had that 32 BTC and someone stole it from you, what is wrong with you guys? This is such a shitty community that you guys would call someone's own hard-earned Bitcoin a "prize" and even bounty it. You are the reason Bitcoin has such a bad wrap.

Tap on the matte canteen. Read the topic from the beginning, then come back here, remove your miserable post and beg forgiveness.

I have no idea what the phrase means, and no I won't. It's not your money nor do you deserve it.
The owner of these Bitcoins spent them to low entropy private keys on purpose in order to test the security of the Bitcoin system.  He wants everyone to try and take them.  He then issued a spend transaction from some of the addresses in order to test the security of low entropy private keys with spend transaction.   He did all of this on purpose in order to test the system.  For helping with this test people are being paid for their efforts.  This is not stealing it is people being paid for a service.

Learn to first read and understand a thread before you dump a steaming pile of your uninformed dumb ass opinion on it.

So there is proof of this? It makes sense I just don't see any proof of who owns the bitcoins and don't feel like searching through a huge thread to find a needle in a haystack. Can you actually provide something useful? All I see is random info without anything to back it up except a simple-minded insult?
You are not insulted ,but simply do not understand your message to the Creator and those people who are trying to find the keys to the wallets.By the way, you say why take someone else's? But Satoshi himself said who owns (will find),will capture the private key and bitcoins ,so that bitcoins belong to everyone ,not just someone specifically.

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July 17, 2019, 08:11:59 PM
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Hi guys,

In continuation to this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1305887.0

While playing around with my bot, I found out this mysterious transaction:

https://blockchain.info/tx/08389f34c98c606322740c0be6a7125d9860bb8d5cb182c02f98461e5fa6cd15

those 32.896 BTC were sent to multiple addresses, all the private keys of those addresses seem to be generated by some kind of formula.

For example:

Address 2:

KwDiBf89QgGbjEhKnhXJuH7LrciVrZi3qYjgd9M7rFU74sHUHy8S
1CUNEBjYrCn2y1SdiUMohaKUi4wpP326Lb
Biginteger PVK value: 3
Hex PVK value: 3

Address 3:

KwDiBf89QgGbjEhKnhXJuH7LrciVrZi3qYjgd9M7rFU76rnZwVdz
19ZewH8Kk1PDbSNdJ97FP4EiCjTRaZMZQA
Biginteger PVK value: 7
Hex PVK value: 7

Address 4:

KwDiBf89QgGbjEhKnhXJuH7LrciVrZi3qYjgd9M7rFU77MfhviY5
1EhqbyUMvvs7BfL8goY6qcPbD6YKfPqb7e
Biginteger PVK value: 8
Hex PVK value: 8

Address 5:

KwDiBf89QgGbjEhKnhXJuH7LrciVrZi3qYjgd9M7rFU7Dq8Au4Pv
1E6NuFjCi27W5zoXg8TRdcSRq84zJeBW3k
Biginteger PVK value: 21
Hex PVK value: 15

Address 6:

KwDiBf89QgGbjEhKnhXJuH7LrciVrZi3qYjgd9M7rFU7Tmu6qHxS
1PitScNLyp2HCygzadCh7FveTnfmpPbfp8
Biginteger PVK value: 49
Hex PVK value: 31

Address 7:

KwDiBf89QgGbjEhKnhXJuH7LrciVrZi3qYjgd9M7rFU7hDgvu64y
1McVt1vMtCC7yn5b9wgX1833yCcLXzueeC
Biginteger PVK value: 76
Hex PVK value: 4C

Address 8:

KwDiBf89QgGbjEhKnhXJuH7LrciVrZi3qYjgd9M7rFU8xvGK1zpm
1M92tSqNmQLYw33fuBvjmeadirh1ysMBxK
Biginteger PVK value: 224
Hex PVK value: E0

Address 9:

KwDiBf89QgGbjEhKnhXJuH7LrciVrZi3qYjgd9M7rFUB3vfDKcxZ
1CQFwcjw1dwhtkVWBttNLDtqL7ivBonGPV
Biginteger PVK value: 467
Hex PVK value: 1d3

Address 10:

KwDiBf89QgGbjEhKnhXJuH7LrciVrZi3qYjgd9M7rFUBTL67V6dE
1LeBZP5QCwwgXRtmVUvTVrraqPUokyLHqe
Biginteger PVK value: 514
Hex PVK value: 202

Address 11:

KwDiBf89QgGbjEhKnhXJuH7LrciVrZi3qYjgd9M7rFUGxXgtm63M
1PgQVLmst3Z314JrQn5TNiys8Hc38TcXJu
Biginteger PVK value: 1155
Hex PVK value: 483

Address 12:

KwDiBf89QgGbjEhKnhXJuH7LrciVrZi3qYjgd9M7rFUW5RtS2JN1
1DBaumZxUkM4qMQRt2LVWyFJq5kDtSZQot
Biginteger PVK value: 2683
Hex PVK value: a7b

Address 13:

KwDiBf89QgGbjEhKnhXJuH7LrciVrZi3qYjgd9M7rFUspniiQZds
1Pie8JkxBT6MGPz9Nvi3fsPkr2D8q3GBc1
Biginteger PVK value: 5216
Hex PVK value: 1460

Address 14:

KwDiBf89QgGbjEhKnhXJuH7LrciVrZi3qYjgd9M7rFVfZyiN5iEG
1ErZWg5cFCe4Vw5BzgfzB74VNLaXEiEkhk
Biginteger PVK value: 10544
Hex PVK value: 2930

and so on...

until the addresses 50 (1MEzite4ReNuWaL5Ds17ePKt2dCxWEofwk) it was already cracked by someone.

Any ideas what's the formula behind the generation of these addresses?

Address 2, pvk decimal value: 3
Address 3, pvk decimal value: 7
Address 4, pvk decimal value: 8
Address 5, pvk decimal value: 21
Address 6, pvk decimal value: 49
Address 7, pvk decimal value: 76
Address 8, pvk decimal value: 224
Address 9, pvk decimal value: 467
Address 10, pvk decimal value: 514
Address 11, pvk decimal value: 1155
Address 12, pvk decimal value: 2683
Address 13, pvk decimal value: 5216
Address 14, pvk decimal value: 10544
Address 15 and after, pvk decimal value: ?

The prize would be ~32 BTC Smiley

EDIT: If you find the solution feel free to leave a tip Smiley 1DPUhjHvd2K4ZkycVHEJiN6wba79j5V1u3

Just want to know that if someone already solved this or not
I'm just curious to know that if someone solved it,did he receive the prize? Or it's just a scam

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July 17, 2019, 08:28:04 PM
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The original poster of this thread back in 2015 should go back and change the topic of this title. Because we are getting the same questions asked over and over again and it creates alot of confusion when it says "Puzzle" in the topic while this in fact is not a puzzle.

A puzzle is something that you can solve with a pattern, kind of like solving some mystery.

However the way you solve these private keys is mostly by brute force and its no different than solving for any private key the only difference is that these are low entrophy.

So instead of this being a puzzle its more of a test of human coding skills and available CPU and GPU and FGPA hardware.

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July 17, 2019, 09:34:33 PM
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The original poster of this thread back in 2015 should go back and change the topic of this title. Because we are getting the same questions asked over and over again and it creates alot of confusion when it says "Puzzle" in the topic while this in fact is not a puzzle.

A puzzle is something that you can solve with a pattern, kind of like solving some mystery.

However the way you solve these private keys is mostly by brute force and its no different than solving for any private key the only difference is that these are low entrophy.

So instead of this being a puzzle its more of a test of human coding skills and available CPU and GPU and FGPA hardware.
Did you PM him?

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July 17, 2019, 09:41:57 PM
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So there is proof of this? It makes sense I just don't see any proof of who owns the bitcoins and don't feel like searching through a huge thread to find a needle in a haystack. Can you actually provide something useful? All I see is random info without anything to back it up except a simple-minded insult?

On this very page.  Search for "I am the creator".  Simple minded insult?  How about your very insulting first post in this thread:

So basically stealing someone's Bitcoin? What if you had that 32 BTC and someone stole it from you, what is wrong with you guys? This is such a shitty community that you guys would call someone's own hard-earned Bitcoin a "prize" and even bounty it. You are the reason Bitcoin has such a bad wrap.

In that post you insulted everyone in this thread.  At least I am only insulting you: Decimation, too lazy to even read one page of a thread before asking everyone else to do your thinking and reading for you.

Our family was terrorized by Homeland Security.  Read all about it here:  http://www.jmwagner.com/ and http://www.burtw.com/  Any donations to help us recover from the $300,000 in legal fees and forced donations to the Federal Asset Forfeiture slush fund are greatly appreciated!
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July 17, 2019, 09:54:12 PM
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I think this is good moment for create new topic....
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5166284
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July 17, 2019, 10:06:41 PM
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So there is proof of this? It makes sense I just don't see any proof of who owns the bitcoins and don't feel like searching through a huge thread to find a needle in a haystack. Can you actually provide something useful? All I see is random info without anything to back it up except a simple-minded insult?

On this very page.  Search for "I am the creator".  Simple minded insult?  How about your very insulting first post in this thread:

So basically stealing someone's Bitcoin? What if you had that 32 BTC and someone stole it from you, what is wrong with you guys? This is such a shitty community that you guys would call someone's own hard-earned Bitcoin a "prize" and even bounty it. You are the reason Bitcoin has such a bad wrap.

In that post you insulted everyone in this thread.  At least I am only insulting you: Decimation, too lazy to even read one page of a thread before asking everyone else to do your thinking and reading for you.

Yikes, everyone on this forum is so tense and ready to lash out at any moment, maybe its the stress? Yes, I am too lazy to read an entire 60-page thread, I don't think that's outrageous. The OP has literally no information, or link to it. Also, you still don't provide any sort of answer to my question? To me, it seems like you are justifying theft? "It's meant for us to steal", "The corporations are bad, they make so much money anyway", Why would you need to crack something if it belonged to you? Have some perspective for a minute before raging.
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July 17, 2019, 10:28:23 PM
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So there is proof of this? It makes sense I just don't see any proof of who owns the bitcoins and don't feel like searching through a huge thread to find a needle in a haystack. Can you actually provide something useful? All I see is random info without anything to back it up except a simple-minded insult?

On this very page.  Search for "I am the creator".  Simple minded insult?  How about your very insulting first post in this thread:

So basically stealing someone's Bitcoin? What if you had that 32 BTC and someone stole it from you, what is wrong with you guys? This is such a shitty community that you guys would call someone's own hard-earned Bitcoin a "prize" and even bounty it. You are the reason Bitcoin has such a bad wrap.

In that post you insulted everyone in this thread.  At least I am only insulting you: Decimation, too lazy to even read one page of a thread before asking everyone else to do your thinking and reading for you.

Yikes, everyone on this forum is so tense and ready to lash out at any moment, maybe its the stress? Yes, I am too lazy to read an entire 60-page thread, I don't think that's outrageous. The OP has literally no information, or link to it. Also, you still don't provide any sort of answer to my question? To me, it seems like you are justifying theft? "It's meant for us to steal", "The corporations are bad, they make so much money anyway", Why would you need to crack something if it belonged to you? Have some perspective for a minute before raging.
You started this by ignorantly rage calling everyone thieves.  Read the post from the creator of the puzzle.  It is on the previous page.  Just go back to the previous page.  You are lucky.  Someone copied his quote there for you.  You do not have to read all 60+ pages - just go back one page and read that page.  I even told you a string to search for on that page.  If you are too lazy to do even that then I have nothing else to say to you.

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July 17, 2019, 10:33:22 PM
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Folks, can anyone suggest please any good and precise big numbers equation solver? Software or online, doesn't really matter...

There are so many and it depends on what kind of equation do you have?

1 + 2 = x   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

Simple linear equation, man, with one unknown, but using a big numbers in its full format.
I've managed to create a formula to narrow a keyspace till within 12-12000000, but it works for the addresses from 1 to 52, then numbers become huge and error is big too, hence i need some software which will be capable to handle such a big numbers and be able to perform precise calculations.

just use linux bc  (basic calculator)

https://www.tecmint.com/bc-command-examples/
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July 17, 2019, 10:42:54 PM
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just use linux bc  (basic calculator)

https://www.tecmint.com/bc-command-examples/


Is that just the calculator?
Man, I asked for the equation solver...
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July 17, 2019, 10:56:00 PM
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Folks, can anyone suggest please any good and precise big numbers equation solver? Software or online, doesn't really matter...

There are so many and it depends on what kind of equation do you have?

1 + 2 = x   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

Simple linear equation, man, with one unknown, but using a big numbers in its full format.
I've managed to create a formula to narrow a keyspace till within 12-12000000, but it works for the addresses from 1 to 52, then numbers become huge and error is big too, hence i need some software which will be capable to handle such a big numbers and be able to perform precise calculations.

just use linux bc  (basic calculator)

https://www.tecmint.com/bc-command-examples/


just use linux bc  (basic calculator)

https://www.tecmint.com/bc-command-examples/


Is that just the calculator?
Man, I asked for the equation solver...


If it is a simple linear equation with one unknown, as you said :
  a*x + b = c ,
the solution is  x = (c-b)/a .
So just need a calculator and you are done  Grin
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the equation solver...
https://qalculate.github.io/
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the equation solver...
https://qalculate.github.io/
Great tool.
Many thanks!
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July 18, 2019, 05:27:58 AM
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I've PM the original creator of this thread  because he seems to be active since his last activity was in June.

I told him to either lock the thread or just change the topic from Bitcoin puzzle to something along the lines of "Bitcoin Challenge" to combat the same question being asked over and over again whether this is a puzzle or not.

If he locks the thread we might as well continue from the one created recently,
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5166284

Hopefully he replies and complies.

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July 18, 2019, 12:09:35 PM
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I've PM the original creator of this thread  because he seems to be active since his last activity was in June.

I told him to either lock the thread or just change the topic from Bitcoin puzzle to something along the lines of "Bitcoin Challenge" to combat the same question being asked over and over again whether this is a puzzle or not.

If he locks the thread we might as well continue from the one created recently,
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5166284

Hopefully he replies and complies.

The thread you want everybody to continue on has the same issue, "Bitcoin "puzzle" transaction: ~100 BTC is still available!", so that's not a good argument to switch.
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