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May 18, 2016, 05:34:36 PM 

Ethereum doesn't use the same format. The addresses are in hexadecimal and would need to be converted to ASCII to see any words.






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May 18, 2016, 10:12:37 PM 

Ethereum doesn't use the same format. The addresses are in hexadecimal and would need to be converted to ASCII to see any words.
I guess there a few words you can spell with hex: cafe, babe, abba. There must be others.




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May 18, 2016, 10:26:22 PM 

Ethereum doesn't use the same format. The addresses are in hexadecimal and would need to be converted to ASCII to see any words.
I guess there a few words you can spell with hex: cafe, babe, abba. There must be others. You forgot 'face' and 'ace'




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May 18, 2016, 11:50:28 PM 

Ethereum doesn't use the same format. The addresses are in hexadecimal and would need to be converted to ASCII to see any words.
I guess there a few words you can spell with hex: cafe, babe, abba. There must be others. 0xDEADBEEF (google this!)




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May 20, 2016, 07:37:00 PM 

So with hexadecimal that Ethereum uses, you are limited on words or customization that can be used for making custom addresses? I would like to have a custom ETH but seems a lot of work to generate one. Still playing with the cpu one maybe they can make for GPU




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May 20, 2016, 07:43:21 PM 

Ethereum doesn't use the same format. The addresses are in hexadecimal and would need to be converted to ASCII to see any words.
I guess there a few words you can spell with hex: cafe, babe, abba. There must be others. 0xDEADBEEF (google this!) Excellent point. If you get creative with some numbers, they can be used in place of letters as well.




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May 24, 2016, 10:19:07 AM 

A few (!) pages back I mentioned the discrepancies with the time estimation for 50% 75% etc This is from my system right now: Searching for pattern: "1EXAmoney" Reward: 0.008000 Value: 0.000001 BTC/MkeyHr Difficulty: 50656515217834 [38.97 Mkey/s][total 33002830692352][Prob 47.9%][50% in 15.0h] using OclVanityMiner64.exe  to my way of thinking, half of 50 should be 25...




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May 24, 2016, 10:26:29 AM 

An Ethereum Vanity Wallet for a PGP/GPG fingerprint would actually be kind of cool eg 0xC89D8F52




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May 26, 2016, 01:23:38 AM 

Can the generated vanity address be used straight away? As long as we hold the private key,i believe it can be loaded into any btc wallet client?




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May 26, 2016, 01:29:50 AM 

Can the generated vanity address be used straight away? As long as we hold the private key,i believe it can be loaded into any btc wallet client?
Yes but be careful because if you are using a deterministic wallet, those vanity keys will not be covered by your mnemonic or seed. This means that if you lost your wallet and subsequently recovered it with only the mnemonic or seed, those coins stored in vanity addresses would not be recovered. That being said, they should be saved in normal backups of the wallet. What wallet are you planning to use?




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May 26, 2016, 09:39:40 AM 

A few (!) pages back I mentioned the discrepancies with the time estimation for 50% 75% etc This is from my system right now: Searching for pattern: "1EXAmoney" Reward: 0.008000 Value: 0.000001 BTC/MkeyHr Difficulty: 50656515217834 [38.97 Mkey/s][total 33002830692352][Prob 47.9%][50% in 15.0h] using OclVanityMiner64.exe  to my way of thinking, half of 50 should be 25... Similarly, this is where I'm at now... Searching for pattern: "1EXAmoney" Reward: 0.008000 Value: 0.000001 BTC/MkeyHr Difficulty: 50656515217834 [42.58 Mkey/s][total 40233450078208][Prob 54.8%][75% in 8.2d] (again, I would have imagined at 40/50 I'd be 80% done  No?)




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May 26, 2016, 12:17:54 PM 

A few (!) pages back I mentioned the discrepancies with the time estimation for 50% 75% etc This is from my system right now: Searching for pattern: "1EXAmoney" Reward: 0.008000 Value: 0.000001 BTC/MkeyHr Difficulty: 50656515217834 [38.97 Mkey/s][total 33002830692352][Prob 47.9%][50% in 15.0h] using OclVanityMiner64.exe  to my way of thinking, half of 50 should be 25... It is But the other way around: 10050=50%, and that takes half the time of 10025=75%. I hit the wrong button, the last = was  earlier. Edited to fix it




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May 26, 2016, 12:45:38 PM 

A few (!) pages back I mentioned the discrepancies with the time estimation for 50% 75% etc This is from my system right now: Searching for pattern: "1EXAmoney" Reward: 0.008000 Value: 0.000001 BTC/MkeyHr Difficulty: 50656515217834 [38.97 Mkey/s][total 33002830692352][Prob 47.9%][50% in 15.0h] using OclVanityMiner64.exe  to my way of thinking, half of 50 should be 25... It is But the other way around: 10050=50%, and that takes half the time of 1002575%. Well, if you don't know, you should just say you don't know instead of speaking in such a condescending manor.




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May 26, 2016, 01:14:30 PM 

It is But the other way around: 10050=50%, and that takes half the time of 1002575%. = zero!Archived for future reference http://archive.is/MXUon




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May 26, 2016, 01:18:01 PM 

A few (!) pages back I mentioned the discrepancies with the time estimation for 50% 75% etc This is from my system right now: Searching for pattern: "1EXAmoney" Reward: 0.008000 Value: 0.000001 BTC/MkeyHr Difficulty: 50656515217834 [38.97 Mkey/s][total 33002830692352][Prob 47.9%][50% in 15.0h] using OclVanityMiner64.exe  to my way of thinking, half of 50 should be 25... Similarly, this is where I'm at now... Searching for pattern: "1EXAmoney" Reward: 0.008000 Value: 0.000001 BTC/MkeyHr Difficulty: 50656515217834 [42.58 Mkey/s][total 40233450078208][Prob 54.8%][75% in 8.2d] (again, I would have imagined at 40/50 I'd be 80% done  No?) The percentage is not based on a linear algorithm. The key's that you are processing are generated based on randomness. So the progress indicator is following some statistical algorithms that involve normal distribution, 'bellcurves', probability etc. In short; this indicator shows the chance that you would have found a hit by now.

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May 26, 2016, 01:22:11 PM 

So if I got this right: If person A wants me to search for a vanity address for him, but I would also like to search for vanity addresses for n other people simultaneously, the result that I find, with which person A can generate his desired vanity address, is only usable to person A if he has a certain piece of information from all these n other people?
I don't think you have it right. Where did you read this?




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May 26, 2016, 01:32:50 PM 

The percentage is not based on a linear algorithm.
The key's that you are processing are generated based on randomness. So the progress indicator is following some statistical algorithms that involve normal distribution, 'bellcurves', probability etc.
In short; this indicator shows the chance that you would have found a hit by now.
Is the Difficulty: 50656515217834 a ball park figure? I've had instances in the past where my searches (for my own Private Keys) have gone beyond 100% which I mentioned here and got tuttutted that it wouldn't happen... I also rarely find anything until I'm in the 90% to 100% bracket which is most irritating... ...and no, when I say for my own private keys, I'm not talking about putting a part public key of my own in and searching based on that...




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May 26, 2016, 01:42:34 PM 

It is But the other way around: 10050=50%, and that takes half the time of 1002575%. = zero!Archived for future reference http://archive.is/MXUonLol, why would you archive my typo? I fixed it now, I just hit the wrong button. A few (!) pages back I mentioned the discrepancies with the time estimation for 50% 75% etc This is from my system right now: Searching for pattern: "1EXAmoney" Reward: 0.008000 Value: 0.000001 BTC/MkeyHr Difficulty: 50656515217834 [38.97 Mkey/s][total 33002830692352][Prob 47.9%][50% in 15.0h] using OclVanityMiner64.exe  to my way of thinking, half of 50 should be 25... Similarly, this is where I'm at now... Searching for pattern: "1EXAmoney" Reward: 0.008000 Value: 0.000001 BTC/MkeyHr Difficulty: 50656515217834 [42.58 Mkey/s][total 40233450078208][Prob 54.8%][75% in 8.2d] (again, I would have imagined at 40/50 I'd be 80% done  No?) The percentage is not based on a linear algorithm. The key's that you are processing are generated based on randomness. So the progress indicator is following some statistical algorithms that involve normal distribution, 'bellcurves', probability etc. In short; this indicator shows the chance that you would have found a hit by now. Exactly. The "percentage left" is cut in half every x minutes, where x is the time it shows you for 50% when you start it.




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May 26, 2016, 02:09:26 PM 

I've spent the last three hours being badgered by somebody because KeyBase.Io won't read my message to them... (not to mention the previous 24 hours) ... and it's nearly midnight... Exactly. The "percentage left" is cut in half every x minutes, where x is the time it shows you for 50% when you start it.
This isn't making sence. Are you saying IF a job were to take Five hundred hours to reach 50% it would take a further  Five Hundred hours to reach 75%
 Two Hundred and Fifty hours to reach 75%
 D  Three Apples
If the answer is a further Five Hundred hours to reach 75%, (and half of 25 = 12.5% therefore 75% + 12.5% = 87.5%), would it be about (I said about people) a further two hundred hours to reach the next bench mark 80%? (not withstanding the 87.5% half of half of half of 100%)?




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May 26, 2016, 02:38:25 PM 

Exactly. The "percentage left" is cut in half every x minutes, where x is the time it shows you for 50% when you start it.
This isn't making sence. Are you saying IF a job were to take Five hundred hours to reach 50% it would take a further  Five Hundred hours to reach 75%
 Two Hundred and Fifty hours to reach 75%
 D  Three Apples
If the answer is a further Five Hundred hours to reach 75%, (and half of 25 = 12.5% therefore 75% + 12.5% = 87.5%), would it be about (I said about people) a further two hundred hours to reach the next bench mark 80%? (not withstanding the 87.5% half of half of half of 100%)? 500 hours for 50% chance 500 more hours for 75% chance (1000 hours total) 500 more hours for 87.5% chance (1500 hours total) etc.




