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Author Topic: Vanitygen: Vanity bitcoin address generator/miner [v0.22]  (Read 1103774 times)
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October 08, 2015, 12:44:22 PM
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@IndianaCoin

Code:
Pattern: 1SPaLBTC
Address: 1sPaLBTCjqNqNSzfdGEoRbCuk8HwtApi5

Am sending the private part via PM.

Enjoy.

Regards.

I found a few (6 IIRC) from their wishlist over night. Was a lucky run as 50% should have taken ~2.9 hours and it did run for ~7 hours.

That took a full 8+ hours (probably closer to 9 hours) at ~18MKey/s to get to about 55% (Plus the 50.1% before I had to stop made it a full 100% duration with the -i switch (yeh, yeh second 55% luck not related to the first...)

*edit* Might try another with two cards running as singles and see what results I get... What results did you get?

Yeah 1Sammy was fast, I remove that pretty quickly from the list.

Got these over night:

Code:
Pattern: 1Soumya
Address: 1SoumyadbsfCGsSekYdgAkWpGZM3WSaxt
PrivkeyPart: -
Pattern: 1SP1996
Address: 1SP1996aQ4Dzqr4Er4ZiqqvjmdMm1vo6b
PrivkeyPart: -
Pattern: 1SP1996
Address: 1SP19964DRdph713ZxRKR39otDsG4nLcy
PrivkeyPart: -
Pattern: 1Soumya
Address: 1Soumya4Sogx9W9417B91dgrn16Teazj9
PrivkeyPart: -
Pattern: 1Soumya
Address: 1SoumyagEqEXeS8H8QXpRs1nR15k4o5S3
PrivkeyPart: -
Pattern: 1SP1996
Address: 1SP1996PRhvviyJ6EaSY5YJfyPcmnLcx6
PrivkeyPart: -

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October 08, 2015, 12:47:30 PM
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Yeah 1Sammy was fast, I remove that pretty quickly from the list.

Got these over night:

Code:
Pattern: 1Soumya
Address: 1SoumyadbsfCGsSekYdgAkWpGZM3WSaxt
PrivkeyPart: -
Pattern: 1SP1996
Address: 1SP1996aQ4Dzqr4Er4ZiqqvjmdMm1vo6b
PrivkeyPart: -
Pattern: 1SP1996
Address: 1SP19964DRdph713ZxRKR39otDsG4nLcy
PrivkeyPart: -
Pattern: 1Soumya
Address: 1Soumya4Sogx9W9417B91dgrn16Teazj9
PrivkeyPart: -
Pattern: 1Soumya
Address: 1SoumyagEqEXeS8H8QXpRs1nR15k4o5S3
PrivkeyPart: -
Pattern: 1SP1996
Address: 1SP1996PRhvviyJ6EaSY5YJfyPcmnLcx6
PrivkeyPart: -

I took the
Code:
-i
out and ten minutes later

Code:
Pattern: 1Sammy
Address: 1SammyYj5WVFQjnVAzaWtrFGaAzn1C6qp

So I can't say it wasn;t luck or random or something that time.  Grin

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October 08, 2015, 12:51:37 PM
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i tried to generate a vanity addy and after i imported it in BLOCKCHAIN ..but the private key i imported is not really pricate as i am taking it from the vanitygen website ? am i wrong ?
There is no "vanitygen website", so you might want to clarify that.

In terms of blockchain.info and private keys, they use an encryption scheme where they shouldn't actually ever have your private keys directly.  However, this does come with a level of trust - trust that their javascript hasn't been messed with, for example (they offer a browser extension as a way of keeping that separate, for the slightly more paranoid) - as it does with any wallet service (websites and executable binaries alike).

Unless you want to use the address in a transaction, you can always add it as a "watch only" address in blockchain.info .

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October 08, 2015, 12:53:11 PM
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i tried to generate a vanity addy and after i imported it in BLOCKCHAIN ..but the private key i imported is not really pricate as i am taking it from the vanitygen website ? am i wrong ?

Run vanitygen with this command:

Code:
vanitygen 1Boat

Eventually, you get something like this:

Code:
Difficulty: 4476342
Pattern: 1Boat                                                                
Address: 1BoatSLRHtKNngkdXEeobR76b53LETtpyT
Privkey: 5J4XJRyLVgzbXEgh8VNi4qovLzxRftzMd8a18KkdXv4EqAwX3tS

The line starting 5J4X... is the one you are trying to import.

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October 08, 2015, 12:55:07 PM
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i tried to generate a vanity addy and after i imported it in BLOCKCHAIN ..but the private key i imported is not really pricate as i am taking it from the vanitygen website ? am i wrong ?
There is no "vanitygen website", so you might want to clarify that.

(lot of blah...)

Well, that's not quite true... There is this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=84569.0 which you have posted to ...

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October 08, 2015, 03:11:26 PM
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After not quite 40mins...

(lot of blah)

...but no 1Sammy...

I have several public keys with me so will you please tell which public key was used ? Because I need it's private key. BTW thanks for the addresses. Waiting for the next ones Cheesy

Had you read the forum page, you would have seen which key it was...

I've now got a solution to

Code:
Pattern: 1Soumya
Address: 1Soumya3VJ7yCWUmgRCAN8HG5zALaJYbQ

But am thinking a little bit of appreciation goes a long way...

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October 08, 2015, 03:26:17 PM
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After not quite 40mins...

(lot of blah)

...but no 1Sammy...

I have several public keys with me so will you please tell which public key was used ? Because I need it's private key. BTW thanks for the addresses. Waiting for the next ones Cheesy

Had you read the forum page, you would have seen which key it was...

I've now got a solution to

Code:
Pattern: 1Soumya
Address: 1Soumya3VJ7yCWUmgRCAN8HG5zALaJYbQ

But am thinking a little bit of appreciation goes a long way...

i am not that technical ,but here it is .
https://bitcoinvanitygen.com/index.php

i got a Pv.. key and i dont know how it is private if i get it from some other website.?
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October 08, 2015, 03:35:31 PM
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There is no "vanitygen website", so you might want to clarify that.
Well, that's not quite true... There is this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=84569.0 which you have posted to ...
Well that's not quite a vanitygen website, but rather the vanity pool Smiley  Which is why I figured they should clarify, in case they got their vanity from some site that doesn't use split key (as appears to be the case), etc. Smiley

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October 08, 2015, 03:38:03 PM
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i got a Pv.. key and i dont know how it is private if i get it from some other website.?
Right, so in this case - it's not.  The service may have the private key as well, which means that any funds you put in the vanity address could be 'stolen' by that service.  You should only use third party services if they support split key vanity generation, and then only if you can provide your own public key part.

See this recent post for more info: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=25804.msg12585605#msg12585605

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October 08, 2015, 04:01:35 PM
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Thanks shorena and Timelord2067 for taking time on finding the addresses for me Cheesy

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October 15, 2015, 03:54:20 PM
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My PC is rather slow, could anyone help me out finding a adress with"WaterBTC" in it, or WaterBtc, waterbtc, or something like that.

Hello.
Is it me you are looking for?
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October 15, 2015, 06:07:18 PM
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My PC is rather slow, could anyone help me out finding a adress with"WaterBTC" in it, or WaterBtc, waterbtc, or something like that.

There are some details missing here.  You need to look into the split-key method for getting someone else to generate you a private key part which doesn't reveal to them the entire private key and which they can share with you in such a way that you can recombine it with your pubkey and private key part.  Basically, you'll need to do a few more steps in order to make sure that you can get a private key which no one else knows.

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October 16, 2015, 01:35:12 AM
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My PC is rather slow, could anyone help me out finding a adress with"WaterBTC" in it, or WaterBtc, waterbtc, or something like that.

There are some details missing here.  You need to look into the split-key method for getting someone else to generate you a private key part which doesn't reveal to them the entire private key and which they can share with you in such a way that you can recombine it with your pubkey and private key part.  Basically, you'll need to do a few more steps in order to make sure that you can get a private key which no one else knows.

Or post a request for it on the website and put a generous bounty ^_^

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October 18, 2015, 08:16:10 PM
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I'm new to this...

What is that 50% in xx time for when generating an address??
it means you'll reach a 50% chance of having your address generated in xx time. for example if it says 50% in 2hours that means your address should take around 4 hours and youll have a 50% chance of having your address in 2hours
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October 18, 2015, 08:16:14 PM
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I'm new to this...

What is that 50% in xx time for when generating an address??

It means you have 50% chance of finding an address in those hours.
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October 18, 2015, 08:52:51 PM
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I'm new to this...

What is that 50% in xx time for when generating an address??
it means you'll reach a 50% chance of having your address generated in xx time. for example if it says 50% in 2hours that means your address should take around 4 hours and youll have a 50% chance of having your address in 2hours

You can never reach 100% for sure. Same as mining there is no progress you can make towards the address you are looking for. It just gets increasingly unlikely to not find a solution.

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October 18, 2015, 09:01:16 PM
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I'm new to this...

What is that 50% in xx time for when generating an address??
it means you'll reach a 50% chance of having your address generated in xx time. for example if it says 50% in 2hours that means your address should take around 4 hours and youll have a 50% chance of having your address in 2hours

You can never reach 100% for sure. Same as mining there is no progress you can make towards the address you are looking for. It just gets increasingly unlikely to not find a solution.
well realistically thats true but in the program doesnt it find the probability of finding that address say 1/40000000 then uses that number to give a percentage meaning it should technically show 100% at 40000000
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October 18, 2015, 09:21:14 PM
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thanks guys.. I didn't read all yet  Roll Eyes and figured it out before checking back here.
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October 20, 2015, 05:48:47 PM
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So another question...

is it possible to run the oclvanitygen and stop and safe it and later continue?

Or are -f -o -s only for the actual found addresses?
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October 20, 2015, 06:26:54 PM
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So another question...

is it possible to run the oclvanitygen and stop and safe it and later continue?

Or are -f -o -s only for the actual found addresses?
It depends a bit on what you would consider a 'save' state.
-f --> input file
The input file of the matches you want to find, if the -k is not used a found match would be scratched of the list.
Restarting would put it back on the list.
-o --> output file
output file, no change here with start/restart. all found matches will be appendend.
-s --> seed file for randomness.
This is a tricky one. The brute force search requires a high entropy source for the EC-Points generation to be truly random.
If you have a system that has a more psuedo random entropy source; i.e. a possiblity to repeat the randomness in a set time,
and you might end up generating the same sequence of addresses all the time.
Using a seed file to bring in more randomess could help here.

Most OS-systems use a combination of randomness like CPU temp, time, HDD temp, HDD head locations etc to generate something true random.
I don't know if this the same case when a GPU is used.
So in a restart, if you are using -s, I would advice to use a different file each time you restart.
 

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