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Author Topic: Is it possible to find my name used to generate my Bitcoin address ???  (Read 21 times)
chegmarco
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December 07, 2017, 10:19:34 AM
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Hello.
   Is there a utility built in Python Language to decrypt the "Label" or "User Name" of my Bitcoin Address (encrypted) ??

For example, suppose my Bitcoin Address (which is usually encrypted with a sentence, name, or word by the GetNewAddress command) is 1fgreyyukhjlklp5gfshfhfkj687.

So, how to find the unencrypted version of this Address ??

To be precise, by simply using my Bitcoin Address, how to find "my Name" used to generate this Address through a Python Tool if it exists ??

Thank you for helping me.
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