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April 02, 2015, 02:10:20 PM
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How to remember bitcoin address ? Any services can generate BTC addy with 8-10 characters ? Thanks
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April 02, 2015, 02:52:52 PM
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How to remember bitcoin address ?
Generally, you don't - as 1. the characters tend to be too complex and 2. vanities are not guaranteed to be unique.
There was a service that did not rely on third party servers to map a short string to a guaranteed unique address (by being the very first such address in the blockchain): FirstBits.  Most common words+extensions were quickly generated though, so at best you might still be able to find a 'FirstBits' type address like 1QuehqQ (no idea if that already exists), which isn't that much easier to remember.  FirstBits quickly went out of vogue and most sites no longer support it.

Any services can generate BTC addy with 8-10 characters ? Thanks
Several - see earlier in this thread - but you'll generally have to pay for it, and 8-10 characters is quite costly.

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April 02, 2015, 03:01:41 PM
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How to remember bitcoin address ?

Any services can generate BTC addy with 8-10 characters ? Thanks
Several - see earlier in this thread - but you'll generally have to pay for it, and 8-10 characters is quite costly.
Like to generate 1BTC888com it could take up to a year to get 50% on my single gtx 780ti that is running 50Mkey/s and it also depends on your luck. It could take more or less. Maximum is 2.4 years. If you have serious luck you could do it in a week but that is extreme luck.

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April 02, 2015, 03:45:15 PM
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How to remember bitcoin address ?

Any services can generate BTC addy with 8-10 characters ? Thanks
Several - see earlier in this thread - but you'll generally have to pay for it, and 8-10 characters is quite costly.
Like to generate 1BTC888com it could take up to a year to get 50% on my single gtx 780ti that is running 50Mkey/s and it also depends on your luck. It could take more or less. Maximum is 2.4 years. If you have serious luck you could do it in a week but that is extreme luck.
With case insensitive you can reduce the time to find a patter alot, if you are happy with it.

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April 02, 2015, 06:40:31 PM
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How to remember bitcoin address ?

Any services can generate BTC addy with 8-10 characters ? Thanks
Several - see earlier in this thread - but you'll generally have to pay for it, and 8-10 characters is quite costly.
Like to generate 1BTC888com it could take up to a year to get 50% on my single gtx 780ti that is running 50Mkey/s and it also depends on your luck. It could take more or less. Maximum is 2.4 years. If you have serious luck you could do it in a week but that is extreme luck.
With case insensitive you can reduce the time to find a patter alot, if you are happy with it.

Although in the case of 1BTC888com it would be less than usual because the 888 doesn't have lowercase variants.  Still, you're right in principle and even here there are 64 upper vs lower variants of BTCCOM  (but if the 888 had been digits it would have been 512 variants, right?)

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April 02, 2015, 06:59:50 PM
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Still, you're right in principle and even here there are 64 upper vs lower variants of BTCCOM
Without digging into the exact numbers here, keep in mind that you can't have BTCCOM as it contains an 'O' (uppercase letter 'o'), which is forbidden Smiley

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April 02, 2015, 07:03:31 PM
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Still, you're right in principle and even here there are 64 upper vs lower variants of BTCCOM
Without digging into the exact numbers here, keep in mind that you can't have BTCCOM as it contains an 'O' (uppercase letter 'o'), which is forbidden Smiley

I forgot about that. It was on vanitygen pool I remember

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April 02, 2015, 07:12:13 PM
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I personally used it to generate 4 addresses with custom words in the beginning !
Thnx, a great service to have a great btc address
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April 02, 2015, 08:34:22 PM
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Still, you're right in principle and even here there are 64 upper vs lower variants of BTCCOM
Without digging into the exact numbers here, keep in mind that you can't have BTCCOM as it contains an 'O' (uppercase letter 'o'), which is forbidden Smiley

I think that puts it back down to 32 variants.  Smiley


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April 02, 2015, 09:06:33 PM
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32 variants, yep.

Though realistically - or rather, aesthetically - speaking, not all of those are going to be pleasing.  That loops back to K1773R's "if you are happy with it".

I.e. (to me)
1bTc888coM, 1btC888coM, 1BTc888coM - just don't look right.
1btc888com, 1btc888Com, 1BTC888com, 1BTC888Com, 1Btc888com, 1Btc888Com - look okay.
1BtC888com, 1BtC888Com - might be okay too.

So 6, maybe 8 candidates.  Though if one were looking for those 6/8, they might as well store any of the other 32 matches in case of a change of mind later on Smiley

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April 05, 2015, 10:54:02 AM
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Bump. Anybody? Any help is appreciated.

Please help me! After I changed the directory, compiling started but still showing error. My graphics card is crashing too. Sad



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April 05, 2015, 11:37:55 AM
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Bump. Anybody? Any help is appreciated.

Please help me! After I changed the directory, compiling started but still showing error. My graphics card is crashing too. Sad



NVidia drivers keep crashing constantly with vanitygen. I've tried with several, and they all crash. The crashes are random, so I can't really help in debugging as I cannot reproduce the bug... So I started assuming it's normal behaviour Cheesy Sometimes it even causes artifacts on the screen, and a reboot is required.

As for the error you refer, I've never seen it...

 

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April 05, 2015, 11:41:54 AM
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I don't know what happen, I just tried to generate vanity address last time. Yes, it a bit lag (50% at 2h), then I left my computer and back after a hour and find out my PC restarted on its own.. It's also happen in my previous time, any help?

My OS: Windows 8 64-bit
Processor: Intel Premium CPU G620 2.60GHz (2CPU)
Memory: 4GB
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GT 400
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April 08, 2015, 12:41:51 PM
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Can i run vanity miner using cpu , without opencl

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April 08, 2015, 01:21:29 PM
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Can i run vanity miner using cpu , without opencl

Yes. Use Vanitygen or Vanitygen64. oclvanitygen(32 & 64) uses OpenCL.

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April 08, 2015, 04:08:05 PM
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A distributed Vanity Address generator might be faster, dividing work across all GPU's instead of one work per GPU. There are lots of distributed designs out there already, some open source but for CUDA, would need to convert CUDA language to OpenCL language. This would make it easier for those with large farms to utilize an address generator without it being a PITA to setup.

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April 08, 2015, 04:53:23 PM
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A distributed Vanity Address generator might be faster
If you can't consolidate the GPUs, just launch multiple times.. not that much of a PITA.  Though if you're volunteering, continued development would certainly be appreciated ( though I think a vanityminer with shares is nearer the top of the list if requests Wink )

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April 12, 2015, 04:37:01 PM
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I need keyconv, does anyone have it? the latest version come without the keyconv Huh
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April 12, 2015, 04:59:43 PM
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Would be nice if vanitygen had a GUI for it to make generating addresses with ease. Right now I have a fair few problems using to use with GPU I get it to generate but it never outputs addresses. Using cpu is perfectly fine however want to make more complex addresses with 5 digits custom of me own tan 3 to 4 if using 5 and beyond with cpu takes way too long. Any recommendations on how to get working with  an AMD R9 280x gpu

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April 12, 2015, 05:19:12 PM
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I need keyconv, does anyone have it? the latest version come without the keyconv Huh
Kangaderoo's repo has a Windows build:
https://github.com/kangaderoo/vanitygen/tree/master/WIN32Build

Would be nice if vanitygen had a GUI for it to make generating addresses with ease. Right now I have a fair few problems using to use with GPU I get it to generate but it never outputs addresses. Using cpu is perfectly fine however want to make more complex addresses with 5 digits custom of me own tan 3 to 4 if using 5 and beyond with cpu takes way too long. Any recommendations on how to get working with  an AMD R9 280x gpu
A GUI probably wouldn't help with your problems.  Would probably need somebody to look at the GPU code and figure out why it's not working properly for that card ( I seem to recall you asking about the 280x before, so I'm assuming you had no luck with existing info. )

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