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January 25, 2013, 03:27:39 PM
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January 25, 2013, 03:34:34 PM
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Why? Future reference.


Normally I would post a address if I was asked, but now I want more Information first.

What do you need it for?

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January 25, 2013, 03:37:35 PM
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https://blockchain.info/tags?filter=2

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January 25, 2013, 03:37:43 PM
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Why? Future reference.


Normally I would post a address if I was asked, but now I want more Information first.

What do you need it for?

I agree, whats the purpose of this?

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January 25, 2013, 03:38:40 PM
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If everyone just puts it in their sig, you can just look up their profile and find it.  That requires no centralized maintenance.
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January 25, 2013, 03:38:59 PM
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Phisher site? Do not sign in through that link.

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January 25, 2013, 03:43:23 PM
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What?

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January 25, 2013, 04:36:07 PM
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I knew about that, but, is there any way to export the list?

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January 25, 2013, 04:53:01 PM
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I knew about that, but, is there any way to export the list?

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When I said 'any way to export the list', I meant a nice and round button to click and download a file, or, a JSON response.
If not, well, I'll go ahead and code a script for this task.

And since I don't need the list for at-least the next 2 weeks, I though about asking that and save some time.

Mark all --> Copy --> Paste in Excel --> Save as CSV

and that's my non developer solution.

Edit: Ohh, what the... I mailed you the csv

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January 25, 2013, 05:12:42 PM
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Thanks, I appreciate your help.
Does your solution update automatically whenever a new entry is added?

Yes, when ever you reaped my solution, you end up with a updated list  Grin

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January 25, 2013, 05:26:12 PM
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. . . all bitcointalk.org users and their respective bitcoin address . . .
I have a few thousand addresses.  How many of them do you want?
Note, that since I never re-use an address, no addresses that I've used before or am currently using will ever be used again in the future.  Do you want me to come back here and update the list every time I send or receive any bitcoins in the future?  That seems like quite a hassle.  I'm not sure I want to make that sort of effort unless you are going to compensate me for the inconvenience.

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January 25, 2013, 06:34:40 PM
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Mark all --> Copy --> Paste in Excel --> Save as CSV

and that's my non developer solution.

Edit: Ohh, what the... I mailed you the csv

If you are looking for something a bit less manual and want to keep it updated on a regular basis, the following should work on any system that has curl and sed:

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curl "https://blockchain.info/tags?filter=2" 2>/dev/null |sed -n -e 's:[ ^I]*<td><[^>]*>\(.*\)<[^>]*></td>[ ^I]*:"\1",:p' -e 's:.*</tr>.*:#:p' |tr '\n' ' ' |tr '#' '\n' |sed -e 's:^ *::' -e 's:, *$::' >myfile.csv

Schedule it with a crontab and you should have a regularly updated csv with the information from blockchain.info

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January 25, 2013, 08:44:09 PM
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Mark all --> Copy --> Paste in Excel --> Save as CSV

and that's my non developer solution.

Edit: Ohh, what the... I mailed you the csv

If you are looking for something a bit less manual and want to keep it updated on a regular basis, the following should work on any system that has curl and sed:

Code:
curl "https://blockchain.info/tags?filter=2" 2>/dev/null |sed -n -e 's:[ ^I]*<td><[^>]*>\(.*\)<[^>]*></td>[ ^I]*:"\1",:p' -e 's:.*</tr>.*:#:p' |tr '\n' ' ' |tr '#' '\n' |sed -e 's:^ *::' -e 's:, *$::' >myfile.csv

Schedule it with a crontab and you should have a regularly updated csv with the information from blockchain.info
I'm going to contact you next time I want to web-crawl.  My last solution involved PHP and cURL, but the one before that involved Excel, VBA, and IE.  Neither were pretty.
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January 25, 2013, 09:05:51 PM
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If you are looking for something a bit less manual and want to keep it updated on a regular basis, the following should work on any system that has curl and sed:
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curl "https://blockchain.info/tags?filter=2" 2>/dev/null |sed -n -e 's:[ ^I]*<td><[^>]*>\(.*\)<[^>]*></td>[ ^I]*:"\1",:p' -e 's:.*</tr>.*:#:p' |tr '\n' ' ' |tr '#' '\n' |sed -e 's:^ *::' -e 's:, *$::' >myfile.csv
Schedule it with a crontab and you should have a regularly updated csv with the information from blockchain.info
I'm going to contact you next time I want to web-crawl.  My last solution involved PHP and cURL, but the one before that involved Excel, VBA, and IE.  Neither were pretty.
This wasn't pretty either.  It was just thrown together quickly.  I add too many commas and spaces have to run through two extra substitutions at the end to strip them back out.  It isn't flexible and if blockchain.info changes the output at all (adding or removing newlines, changing the tags to upper case, etc.) then it won't work. But it's a good starting point.

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January 25, 2013, 09:11:38 PM
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interested in a rainbow table with 46953865 addresses? lol

EDIT: in case someone ask me for the rainbow table, no i wont sell it since this would make me a thief and im a honest guy Wink

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January 25, 2013, 09:14:19 PM
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interested in a rainbow table with 46953865 addresses? lol
Wouldn't that require that you have the 46953865 private keys?

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January 25, 2013, 09:16:27 PM
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interested in a rainbow table with 46953865 addresses? lol
Wouldn't that require that you have the 46953865 private keys?

That can easily be stored on modern hard disks.
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January 25, 2013, 09:17:29 PM
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interested in a rainbow table with 46953865 addresses? lol
Wouldn't that require that you have the 46953865 private keys?

That can easily be stored on modern hard disks.
Certainly, but wouldn't you first need to figure out what they are?

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January 25, 2013, 09:19:30 PM
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interested in a rainbow table with 46953865 addresses? lol
Wouldn't that require that you have the 46953865 private keys?
i said keypair, so yes.
created a simple rainbow table for a friend to show him how insecure brainwallets are with easy passwords... he was like wtf Cheesy

EDIT: i found keypairs owned by others who used silly password in combination with a brainwallet too, altough i didnt touch them. it was just a proof of concept if anyone wonders.

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January 25, 2013, 09:21:25 PM
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interested in a rainbow table with 46953865 addresses? lol
Wouldn't that require that you have the 46953865 private keys?

That can easily be stored on modern hard disks.
Certainly, but wouldn't you first need to figure out what they are?

Guys, that are probably all addresses that have been used yet, and they are already stored on your hard drive, the file is called blk000x.dat

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