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December 11, 2017, 07:49:01 PM
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I am working on the 32 bitcoin puzzle transaction, specifically the 55 bit priv key one.

$4592.50 is what half the 55 bit transaction puzzle is worth.  If anyone can help me mod the program and I open the wallet Ill send you that half.  Need to modify https://github.com/exploitagency/vanitygen-plus oclengine.c line roughly 2038 where it creates the private key so that it uses a bruteforce bitflipper to create the private key from 1 bit to x bits.  I need to be able to set 2 bit strings, 1 that doesnt change, 1 that is bruteforced via sequential bitflipping.  They will be combined to form a private key that will be used in the http://docs.huihoo.com/doxygen/openssl/1.0.1c/structec__key__st.html#a401a4a8b6f8a651a06978905216ef431 structure.  Performance needs to stay around the same if possible (I am getting 6.6 m k/s on my gpu currently).   Currently it uses ec_key_get0_public_key and that generates the private key randomly, and the public points.  it needs to be changed to something along https://pastebin.com/xAA86Gvz

Pm me for more information, or leave a post here.  First to deliver a working program that helps me open the wallet gets half the 55 bit puzzle transaction wallet.

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December 25, 2017, 04:41:34 AM
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>I am working on the 32 bitcoin puzzle transaction, specifically the 55 bit priv key one.
>First to deliver a working program that helps me open the wallet gets half the 55 bit puzzle transaction wallet.

Hello! Do you know that LargeBitcoinCollider will crack this transaction in just several days?
I think it is better to work on p56 or join LBC and have some chance to win and crack p55.

I can mod oclvanitygen for you, but it is totally unclear why do you think that you will outrun LBC with your 6megakeys if they have 2911megakeys (also if I'm not mistaken LBC's megakeys are twice beafier then vanitygen's as the generate both addresses).

Can you post how do you estimate the range for puzzle transactions? What's the original message?
I guess, with such speed difference it makes sense to work on puzzle 100 or puzzle 100500 already Smiley
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December 25, 2017, 09:05:31 PM
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You can check our project BeatTheBlock

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December 26, 2017, 04:32:35 AM
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Your project looks like a "better LBC" because you share reward between members
But sticking to CPU is a showstopper. LBC is also not strong with GPU. Good old opensource oclvanitygen beats crap out of LBC client on highend cards. Why not to use it?
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December 26, 2017, 08:35:02 AM
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You can check our project BeatTheBlock

What is about your project?
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April 22, 2018, 04:06:10 PM
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You can check our project BeatTheBlock

What is about your project?
I do not know what he thinks about the project,but what he thinks about us you can see in the history of your browser.Find a site in the history and you will see a greeting there(Beat The Block-Welcome Fucking Blue Boys!!!)At the same address was the site of chainbomb.com(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2608945.0) dial chainbomb.com:8910 and you will see that it is one person and probably a crook.
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