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Author Topic: Vanitygen: Vanity bitcoin address generator/miner [v0.22]  (Read 808653 times)
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June 25, 2014, 10:02:08 PM
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Code:
./keyconv -G
Pubkey (hex): 04fdc9aea2677b5d5148d01a61e695aa9e8495866c9004a946d5462e5b5ba6b81578e9b2f3c0377670042d16f81be8c4f73a82dae7cc5b723522b7f1008329a074
Privkey (hex): 5A22E078B4B91BB56AE7F39CF488BD2DCDA37BC7687F068CB61C529748D44F98
Address: 1QD4wt3JMFteRNLPMqnmJfvXH2KruFfvVi
Privkey: 5JVyzR3wUqJJB2aV7twThzs3HftVeZ2fH9rqpsGvWuTc76c1yFj

Code:
./vanitygen -X 30 -P 04fdc9aea2677b5d5148d01a61e695aa9e8495866c9004a946d5462e5b5ba6b81578e9b2f3c0377670042d16f81be8c4f73a82dae7cc5b723522b7f1008329a074 DLR
Difficulty: 1353
Pattern: DLR
Address: DLRk2hNcMccjKrPYiDBrbjX6C1j7r1Pnkg
PrivkeyPart: 6JWNzw3CpQdqavm8XaNXNQVEn2bhc5aZwy8zkt4xf8B191Mf2e9

Code:
./keyconv -c 5JVyzR3wUqJJB2aV7twThzs3HftVeZ2fH9rqpsGvWuTc76c1yFj 6JWNzw3CpQdqavm8XaNXNQVEn2bhc5aZwy8zkt4xf8B191Mf2e9
Address: 1GHeVSRy4CiSnrCwydCJ3yMVJszpZfEELB
Privkey: 5Jsk7iB6f25MTLXBQtF7NjcvNgBjYNTsu8oq35fF7VaLGmfpJoG

Does anyone know if this means that doge and litecoin split keys are not possible with this? or do I have to read through the entire codebase?


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June 25, 2014, 10:33:27 PM
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Does anyone know if this means that doge and litecoin split keys are not possible with this? or do I have to read through the entire codebase?
Correct - it always attempts to spit out a Bitcoin address.  I only had a cursory glance at some of the forks, but it doesn't look like anybody actually touched keyconv to support altcoin addresses.  BAU also doesn't support it, nor does bitaddress.org's code (though that's javascript, shouldn't be terrible to modify).

Looks like somebody should have things going, though;
http://doges.org/index.php?topic=9721.0
http://doges.org/index.php?topic=7746.0

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June 25, 2014, 10:46:02 PM
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Code:
./keyconv -c 5JVyzR3wUqJJB2aV7twThzs3HftVeZ2fH9rqpsGvWuTc76c1yFj 6JWNzw3CpQdqavm8XaNXNQVEn2bhc5aZwy8zkt4xf8B191Mf2e9
Address: 1GHeVSRy4CiSnrCwydCJ3yMVJszpZfEELB
Privkey: 5Jsk7iB6f25MTLXBQtF7NjcvNgBjYNTsu8oq35fF7VaLGmfpJoG

Does anyone know if this means that doge and litecoin split keys are not possible with this? or do I have to read through the entire codebase?


I checked the source code of the keyconv, it only combines two private keys an generates a new key.
For the address verification it assumes the prefix that is related to bitcoin, for some reason the -X option is not here for various address confirmations.
For combining the private keys it is actually not needed.

So I took your bitcoin adress to the site: http://brainwallet.org/#converter
convert the bitcoin to hex
input = base58, output is hex
Code:
1GHeVSRy4CiSnrCwydCJ3yMVJszpZfEELB ==> 00a7afd6658acf743094ad9458033b77ab2c4ead4572a7dfd4
replace the 00 prefix (bitcoin) for 1e (equal to 30.. I suppose dogecoin)
copy the result in the input box
input = hex, output is base 58
Code:
1ea7afd6658acf743094ad9458033b77ab2c4ead4572a7dfd4 ==> DLRk2hNcMccjKrPYiDBrbjX6C1j7tgjDpX

Inserting this private key in a Dogecoin wallet should give the prefix DLR I guess.....If the hashing is the same..
the generated code:
DLRk2hNcMccjKrPYiDBrbjX6C1j7r1Pnkg
is not 100% equal to the actual code
DLRk2hNcMccjKrPYiDBrbjX6C1j7tgjDpX

Thats because the SHA hash checksum is not calculated in prefix mode to gain time, this effect is only at the end of the address.



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June 25, 2014, 10:51:11 PM
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OK

I'll offer a bounty for keyconv to work with BTC/LTC/DOGE/DRK for split key generation.

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June 25, 2014, 11:16:44 PM
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OK

I'll offer a bounty for keyconv to work with BTC/LTC/DOGE/DRK for split key generation.

Check my repo @ https://github.com/kangaderoo/vanitygen
this keyconv should support the -X switch
Code:
./keyconv -c 5JVyzR3wUqJJB2aV7twThzs3HftVeZ2fH9rqpsGvWuTc76c1yFj 6JWNzw3CpQdqavm8XaNXNQVEn2bhc5aZwy8zkt4xf8B191Mf2e9
Address: 1GHeVSRy4CiSnrCwydCJ3yMVJszpZfEELB
Privkey: 5Jsk7iB6f25MTLXBQtF7NjcvNgBjYNTsu8oq35fF7VaLGmfpJoG

./keyconv -X 30 -c 5JVyzR3wUqJJB2aV7twThzs3HftVeZ2fH9rqpsGvWuTc76c1yFj 6JWNzw3CpQdqavm8XaNXNQVEn2bhc5aZwy8zkt4xf8B191Mf2e9
Address: DLRk2hNcMccjKrPYiDBrbjX6C1j7r1Pnkg
Privkey: 5Jsk7iB6f25MTLXBQtF7NjcvNgBjYNTsu8oq35fF7VaLGmfpJoG


The Vanitygen updates are fixed to my development env. at the moment.
Build only the new keyconv code.

Have fun.

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June 26, 2014, 12:07:00 AM
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Looks good to me.  I'll have to test it with the tx/rx code and see what happens Cheesy

Code:
./keyconv -X 30 -G
Pubkey (hex): 040db67a259fb8cf231fcf6f7249dc1191d793d5c5148ca6cfa5346ba8c4b8ce1f64e319c626fc50bad44700a5b0e2219304baf399429713cce581046a87637a68
Privkey (hex): 1F97DB4905104EFACAF237D0C5478137B0581080D851105131FC1DE799CD9F36
Address: D5KYFpU1daMsrhH9v6K2RnM2vNaNPxkzZL
Privkey: 6JNXsxrb37hirsR2QMFRjJ1PTfPaJdY5HC5WSXLTxbiq2nTXJLY

Code:
./vanitygen -X 30 -P 040db67a259fb8cf231fcf6f7249dc1191d793d5c5148ca6cfa5346ba8c4b8ce1f64e319c626fc50bad44700a5b0e2219304baf399429713cce581046a87637a68 DLR
Difficulty: 1353
Pattern: DLR
Address: DLRFhUnETpuKN9YyzXG8FPGCbHAzb6WWK1
PrivkeyPart: 6KwUrr32oqY8ge5gaADx9codyb4MtafzDmsFY1jSAcJkc2Xn3Ey

Code:
./keyconv -X 30 -c 6JNXsxrb37hirsR2QMFRjJ1PTfPaJdY5HC5WSXLTxbiq2nTXJLY 6KwUrr32oqY8ge5gaADx9codyb4MtafzDmsFY1jSAcJkc2Xn3Ey
Address: DLRFhUnETpuKN9YyzXG8FPGCbHAzb6WWK1
Privkey: 6JEegwXYMJhr756ZqLnWDvUyMytfNGUcr3wdSaQgmJzHwJakXq4

Code:
https://dogechain.info/address/DLRFhUnETpuKN9YyzXG8FPGCbHAzb6WWK1

TX: d33597eae31a198269d58f9f027650ecce851188143a5429cebb8846f5882e3c

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June 28, 2014, 11:59:19 AM
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Hello!

Thanks. I really liked it.
Can I generate a more complex one starting with MuhammedZakhir ?

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June 28, 2014, 12:28:03 PM
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Hello!

Thanks. I really liked it.
Can I generate a more complex one starting with MuhammedZakhir ?

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You will need a lot of hash power, or a lot of luck. I think by the time being,  it is almost impossible.
For every character you add, you need to multiply by 50-60 the time needed

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June 30, 2014, 03:02:55 AM
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Hello!

Thanks. I really liked it.
Can I generate a more complex one starting with MuhammedZakhir ?

Kindly,
        Muhammed Zakhir

It will take far too long. Just try one part of the name instead.

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June 30, 2014, 03:33:21 AM
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How to install this in Ubuntu

I guess this is a question.

Anyway, you don't have to "install" it, just run it from a shell.

Download, unpack, run.  Try to be a little more specific if you're having trouble.

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June 30, 2014, 06:52:01 AM
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Could someone please tell me the approximate time to generate an address that begins with 5-12 custom address. I have an Nvidia GPU. I want the time to generate addresses with 5 custom characters all the way upto 12 custom characters.

I had another doubt. Does it take a longer time to generate an address without knowing the full private key.
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June 30, 2014, 07:00:29 AM
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Could someone please tell me the approximate time to generate an address that begins with 5-12 custom address. I have an Nvidia GPU. I want the time to generate addresses with 5 custom characters all the way upto 12 custom characters.

I had another doubt. Does it take a longer time to generate an address without knowing the full private key.
To generate a 5 characters address doesn't take that much. Try with your GPU and write down the average time spent. To generate longer addressess, just multiply by-50-60 that time for each character you want to add.

When you generate an address, you never know the private key, that's what you are trying to find.

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June 30, 2014, 07:03:23 AM
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Hi thanks. Suppose I wanted to generate an address for someone else? Then How do i go about it. I just don't understand the process. Can you please just give me a simpler explanation on how it works and a direct method of doing it. Thanks

I am also having another problem. I have two GPUs. How do I select a particular one?
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June 30, 2014, 08:12:42 AM
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My six-character custom address in my sig (including the leading 1) took about a minute or so with CPU mining, not even a GPU, so that's pretty darn quick.

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June 30, 2014, 08:54:26 AM
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My six-character custom address in my sig (including the leading 1) took about a minute or so with CPU mining, not even a GPU, so that's pretty darn quick.

Well its about luck , u can hit that private key in first try . Smiley

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June 30, 2014, 09:07:37 AM
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Does anyone here have a guide to vanity address mining on windows?
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June 30, 2014, 09:10:08 AM
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Does anyone here have a guide to vanity address mining on windows?

For me the best explained , and easiest to understand was this http://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/2013/12/14/get-custom-bitcoin-address/

Its rly good explained. Its that way 2 , the hard way Cheesy .

Way 1 is scam way coz that site scammed me out of my 0.4 btc that was on my 1micro addy i made on that site.

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My six-character custom address in my sig (including the leading 1) took about a minute or so with CPU mining, not even a GPU, so that's pretty darn quick.

Well its about luck , u can hit that private key in first try . Smiley
Well, yes, there's always luck; but I meant that I generated several different keys before I got a hash that I liked, and each time it was about a minute to hit a key pair that gave a matching hash.

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@MICRO i need a guide to generate addresses for others without knowing their private key. The provide me with a public key and I have to generate for them. Do you have a guide link for that?
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@MICRO i need a guide to generate addresses for others without knowing their private key. The provide me with a public key and I have to generate for them. Do you have a guide link for that?

Code:
./keyconv -X 30 -G
Pubkey (hex): 040db67a259fb8cf231fcf6f7249dc1191d793d5c5148ca6cfa5346ba8c4b8ce1f64e319c626fc50bad44700a5b0e2219304baf399429713cce581046a87637a68
Privkey (hex): 1F97DB4905104EFACAF237D0C5478137B0581080D851105131FC1DE799CD9F36
Address: D5KYFpU1daMsrhH9v6K2RnM2vNaNPxkzZL
Privkey: 6JNXsxrb37hirsR2QMFRjJ1PTfPaJdY5HC5WSXLTxbiq2nTXJLY

Code:
./vanitygen -X 30 -P 040db67a259fb8cf231fcf6f7249dc1191d793d5c5148ca6cfa5346ba8c4b8ce1f64e319c626fc50bad44700a5b0e2219304baf399429713cce581046a87637a68 DLR
Difficulty: 1353
Pattern: DLR
Address: DLRFhUnETpuKN9YyzXG8FPGCbHAzb6WWK1
PrivkeyPart: 6KwUrr32oqY8ge5gaADx9codyb4MtafzDmsFY1jSAcJkc2Xn3Ey

Code:
./keyconv -X 30 -c 6JNXsxrb37hirsR2QMFRjJ1PTfPaJdY5HC5WSXLTxbiq2nTXJLY 6KwUrr32oqY8ge5gaADx9codyb4MtafzDmsFY1jSAcJkc2Xn3Ey
Address: DLRFhUnETpuKN9YyzXG8FPGCbHAzb6WWK1
Privkey: 6JEegwXYMJhr756ZqLnWDvUyMytfNGUcr3wdSaQgmJzHwJakXq4


Here is roughly the procedure. the -X 30 is for DogeCoin, if left blank the software will default to BitCoin
the first step, gen of the new key, and the last step combining the keys need to be done by your third party for security reasons.
The generation of the new key is your work.


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