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October 09, 2019, 08:25:47 PM
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Sorry, I have no experience with that particular software. I'm using old-school vanitygen, which is written in C.

A segmentation violation usually means the application has tried to write (and possibly read) an area of memory that is outside the area allocated to it. "addr=0x8" looks like an odd address to be accessing.

I don't know much about Go - is the source compiled to an executable? If so, there may be problems using a newer compiler to build from older source (or vice versa).

Yes, the source code it's compiled to an executable.
I will try to use an older version of GO if the executable it works I will let you know.
Also, I'll try to push the instructions on Github to ease the work to anyone.

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May 23, 2021, 10:19:59 PM
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No new messages since a while, has anyone used it in 2021 ?
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May 28, 2021, 06:01:55 AM
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No new messages since a while, has anyone used it in 2021 ?

The Pool should still be up, haven't heard of anyone complain about it in awhile.

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May 28, 2021, 06:38:30 AM
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No new messages since a while, has anyone used it in 2021 ?

The Pool should still be up, haven't heard of anyone complain about it in awhile.

Just because some of us have given up trying to connect to your pool (or having been unable to submit a result when one is found) does not equate to "no one having any complaints"

It might be worth checking in on this thread once in a while given the last time you posted in this thread was 2018-05-20, 07:10:04.  (i.e. three years and three days ago)

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May 28, 2021, 10:54:11 AM
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Is it possible to get bech32 address in this pool? Now I am mining "bc1qtapr00t" on my CPU, but willing to pay someone for a few hundred of such vanity addresses.
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May 28, 2021, 12:17:42 PM
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No new messages since a while, has anyone used it in 2021 ?

The Pool should still be up, haven't heard of anyone complain about it in awhile.

Just because some of us have given up trying to connect to your pool (or having been unable to submit a result when one is found) does not equate to "no one having any complaints"

It might be worth checking in on this thread once in a while given the last time you posted in this thread was 2018-05-20, 07:10:04.  (i.e. three years and three days ago)

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The list of available work reduced from 9 (on November 2020) to 5 (when this post is written), so i guess someone still do the work (unless the work itself is removed).

Is it possible to get bech32 address in this pool? Now I am mining "bc1qtapr00t" on my CPU, but willing to pay someone for a few hundred of such vanity addresses.

It's ironic to generate Bech32 v0 (bc1q) address with prefix "tapr00t" because Taproot use Bech32 v1 (bc1p).

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May 28, 2021, 03:39:06 PM
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It's ironic to generate Bech32 v0 (bc1q) address with prefix "tapr00t" because Taproot use Bech32 v1 (bc1p).
As long as taproot is not active, using bc1p address is nonstandard and any miner could take that coins without any signatures. Also, it is the only way I know about to show support for taproot without being a miner and without increasing transaction size.
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May 28, 2021, 05:13:19 PM
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Is it possible to get bech32 address in this pool? Now I am mining "bc1qtapr00t" on my CPU, but willing to pay someone for a few hundred of such vanity addresses.
DarkStar_ tried to use split key on Segwit addresses. It looks like it's possible, but you'll need to put the private keys back together in VanitySearch yourself. For a couple hundred addresses that might be too much.

I've never tried Segwit vanity myself, but "1taproot" would take 45 days for 50% chance on my old laptop GPU. Have you considered a pay by the hour VPS with GPU? I've looked into Scaleway a while back, but never tried it.
I can't tell you if VanitySearch will work on that GPU though.

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May 28, 2021, 10:42:56 PM
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I can't tell you if VanitySearch will work on that GPU though.

It will work, the P100 has a high enough CUDA compete cap to run Vanitysearch.

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May 29, 2021, 04:23:08 AM
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I've never tried Segwit vanity myself, but "1taproot" would take 45 days for 50% chance on my old laptop GPU.
You probably miscalculated something (or maybe I am extremely lucky), because when using vanitybech it took me one week per address on my CPU. One Segwit char means five bits, so seven chars means 35 bits, around 32 bits per day, so around 8 days.
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May 29, 2021, 08:01:34 AM
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I've never tried Segwit vanity myself, but "1taproot" would take 45 days for 50% chance on my old laptop GPU.
You probably miscalculated something (or maybe I am extremely lucky), because when using vanitybech it took me one week per address on my CPU. One Segwit char means five bits, so seven chars means 35 bits, around 32 bits per day, so around 8 days.
Oclvanitygen gives me the estimate for 50% chance, so I didn't miscalculate it. But I've seen modern videocards that are 100 times faster than mine.
If you're using CPU, you could probably get much better results by switching to GPU.

Can I be curious: What's your plan with hundreds of bc1qtapr00t addresses?

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May 29, 2021, 08:18:45 AM
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-snip- because when using vanitybech it took me one week per address on my CPU. One Segwit char means five bits, so seven chars means 35 bits, around 32 bits per day, so around 8 days.
"bc1qtapr00t" has a quite low difficulty of 34359738368 with VanitySearch (Official Thread link).
That'll only take a few minutes using a modern Nvidia GPU or about an hour with an Intel 4th Gen processor or equivalent.

What I'm saying is, paying $100+ isn't necessary.

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PubAddress: bc1qtapr00t3ly2ravzkzv5nurcqmxqgm5l3yczt4c
Priv (WIF): p2wpkh:L2GfeCMuGH5uFds5GBnND1vKGt8V5FXxy9ZhG6a1ErbFEFBq8m2T
Priv (HEX): 0x96B52ED9C212D3D51FA26E14C2E7EAFF9309FEA9D93A6E677CB294D8FFA7CD4C

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May 29, 2021, 03:01:35 PM
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How long is this going to take?

Difficulty: 55527913158 [Prob 2.9%][50% in 2.4d]
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May 29, 2021, 03:12:17 PM
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How long is this going to take?

Difficulty: 55527913158 [Prob 2.9%][50% in 2.4d]
Always base it on that "50% in <n>d".
In your case, It may take more more than 2 to 5 days or if you're lucky, within a few hours if you're lucky.

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May 29, 2021, 03:39:45 PM
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How long is this going to take?

Difficulty: 55527913158 [Prob 2.9%][50% in 2.4d]

It's displayed as time to 50% because of the birthday paradox, where the probabilities are such that you'll find a surprisingly large amount of items by that mark.

Beyond the 50% mark, it tends to take much longer periods of time to exhaust 100%, and not necessarily the same time it took to exhaust 50%.

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May 29, 2021, 03:40:56 PM
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This really doesn't seem long for a 14 year old laptop and a 6 letter phrase. Isn't it supposed to be more difficult?
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May 29, 2021, 05:06:50 PM
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This really doesn't seem long for a 14 year old laptop and a 6 letter phrase. Isn't it supposed to be more difficult?

Depends on whether you're searching for bc1 or 1 address. bc1 is not case sensitive which greatly contributes to faster times since the program does not have to consider every combination of uppercase and lowercase letter, but a normal 1 search is case sensitive.

Considering that 4-5 characters (+ case sensitive) can be found almost instantly, it's not surprising that 50% of 6-char search space is exhausted in a few days on old hardware. Newer computers have faster cores with more threads and can search the same 50% of space in several hours.


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May 29, 2021, 05:32:22 PM
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This really doesn't seem long for a 14 year old laptop and a 6 letter phrase. Isn't it supposed to be more difficult?

Depends on whether you're searching for bc1 or 1 address. bc1 is not case sensitive which greatly contributes to faster times since the program does not have to consider every combination of uppercase and lowercase letter, but a normal 1 search is case sensitive.

Considering that 4-5 characters (+ case sensitive) can be found almost instantly, it's not surprising that 50% of 6-char search space is exhausted in a few days on old hardware. Newer computers have faster cores with more threads and can search the same 50% of space in several hours.



Thank you - this is really a great explanation right here.
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