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Author Topic: Vanitygen: Vanity bitcoin address generator/miner [v0.22]  (Read 1146286 times)
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March 15, 2017, 08:56:38 PM
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March 17, 2017, 08:01:07 PM
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I know the wiki lists a good amount of GPUs and how they perform but does anyone have another list or anywhere else where more GPUs were consolidated showing their performances? I'm still looking for some casual address finding of my own and my CPU won't cut it if I need anything 5 characters or higher (case sensitive).
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March 22, 2017, 12:57:23 PM
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I know the wiki lists a good amount of GPUs and how they perform but does anyone have another list or anywhere else where more GPUs were consolidated showing their performances? I'm still looking for some casual address finding of my own and my CPU won't cut it if I need anything 5 characters or higher (case sensitive).

ill tell you there is a HUGE difference between my r9 380 and my rx 470 and 480s..

the r9 380 only does around 22-25Mk/s Sad

even tho it mines ethereum at about the same speed as the rx cards..

with the price of the rx 470 cards being less than 150$ id just those.

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March 22, 2017, 01:23:09 PM
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I know the wiki lists a good amount of GPUs and how they perform but does anyone have another list or anywhere else where more GPUs were consolidated showing their performances? I'm still looking for some casual address finding of my own and my CPU won't cut it if I need anything 5 characters or higher (case sensitive).

ill tell you there is a HUGE difference between my r9 380 and my rx 470 and 480s..

the r9 380 only does around 22-25Mk/s Sad

even tho it mines ethereum at about the same speed as the rx cards..

with the price of the rx 470 cards being less than 150$ id just those.


What speed are you getting with the 470?
Thanks,
Dave

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March 22, 2017, 01:55:33 PM
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I know the wiki lists a good amount of GPUs and how they perform but does anyone have another list or anywhere else where more GPUs were consolidated showing their performances? I'm still looking for some casual address finding of my own and my CPU won't cut it if I need anything 5 characters or higher (case sensitive).

ill tell you there is a HUGE difference between my r9 380 and my rx 470 and 480s..

the r9 380 only does around 22-25Mk/s Sad

even tho it mines ethereum at about the same speed as the rx cards..

with the price of the rx 470 cards being less than 150$ id just those.


What speed are you getting with the 470?
Thanks,
Dave

about 155Mk/s for 2

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April 16, 2017, 02:31:17 PM
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Plowed back through (very quickly) to see if there was a working windows binary with support for compressed keys but couldn't find anything.

No reason (especially nowadays) to NOT use compressed keys to save a few bytes.

TIA!

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April 17, 2017, 04:18:25 AM
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Plowed back through (very quickly) to see if there was a working windows binary with support for compressed keys but couldn't find anything.

No reason (especially nowadays) to NOT use compressed keys to save a few bytes.

TIA!

There are some forks that support compressed keys (such as ExploitAgency's), although I've run into CPU / GPU hash mismatch errors when attempting compressed key generation using the modified oclvanitygen.
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April 21, 2017, 09:39:02 PM
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is there a way to make it show all Adresses generated "live" in the Terminal ?......For "Eye candy" Smiley

Code: Hello
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April 21, 2017, 09:47:33 PM
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is there a way to make it show all Adresses generated "live" in the Terminal ?......For "Eye candy" Smiley

millions of keys a second?

i dont think the terminal can show that much before it will crash.
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April 21, 2017, 09:52:43 PM
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is there a way to make it show all Adresses generated "live" in the Terminal ?......For "Eye candy" Smiley

millions of keys a second?

i dont think the terminal can show that much before it will crash.


maybe a way to limit it, 5 addresses per second, stop displaying more then 100 addresses in one session ?

Code: Hello
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April 22, 2017, 03:35:40 PM
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Plowed back through (very quickly) to see if there was a working windows binary with support for compressed keys but couldn't find anything.

No reason (especially nowadays) to NOT use compressed keys to save a few bytes.

TIA!

There are some forks that support compressed keys (such as ExploitAgency's), although I've run into CPU / GPU hash mismatch errors when attempting compressed key generation using the modified oclvanitygen.

Thanks for the reply - I guess I'll stick with the larger keys to be safe...

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April 25, 2017, 01:05:59 AM
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SI there nay guide to use Vanitygen for altcoin ?
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April 25, 2017, 01:57:46 AM
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SI there nay guide to use Vanitygen for altcoin ?

 Nay but it's not difficult in the least if you already know how to use vanitygen.
Use the -X option and a number from the table on this page corresponding to the prefix you need.
For example Litecoin needs an L so you would use decimal value 48

Code:
C:\Users\xhomerx10\Downloads\vanitygen-0.22-win>oclvanitygen -d 0:0 -X 48 LTCsux
Difficulty: 264104224
Pattern: LTCsux
Address: LTCsux36wDQkJ8vQ1mUmqSc2AcprwMiZg8
Privkey: 6um9edQTyJk7xjCpaR2WrjNxnf6vhzGAhxcqW8inU4jotDTL9Cc

NB I don't believe that litecoin sucks Wink

 Also, it's even easier since ExploitAgency has created a fork of vanitygen which I have not yet played with yet but fully intend on testing at some point in the future.


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May 07, 2017, 08:37:00 PM
Last edit: May 07, 2017, 09:15:49 PM by Chris!
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Ok I've used vanitygen on Linux a lot of times but I'm terrible with terminal and can't remember what I'm supposed to type. I think after I type one thing I'm supposed to type
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./vanitygen
but I can't remember what the first command should be to actually get it up and running. Is anybody able to post that for me? I'm having a huge brain fart.
[/s] Nevermind. As usual if I look for hours, give up and post a question I'll find the answer haha.


For my future reference

Command to run Vanitygen working on Linux (Mint 18.1 in my case)

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cd vanitygen
./vanitygen 1test
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May 08, 2017, 02:33:42 PM
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Waiting for the first GPU vanity address miner.
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May 09, 2017, 02:24:39 AM
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Waiting for the first GPU vanity address miner.

What do you mean waiting for it? You can already do it. Just use oclvanitygen that comes with vanitygen and you can already mine addresses with a GPU Cheesy
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May 09, 2017, 02:36:42 AM
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Waiting for the first GPU vanity address miner.

What do you mean waiting for it? You can already do it. Just use oclvanitygen that comes with vanitygen and you can already mine addresses with a GPU Cheesy
i think he meant the pool miner.. and its been broken for awhile.
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May 09, 2017, 03:20:28 PM
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Waiting for the first GPU vanity address miner.

What do you mean waiting for it? You can already do it. Just use oclvanitygen that comes with vanitygen and you can already mine addresses with a GPU Cheesy
i think he meant the pool miner.. and its been broken for awhile.


oclvanityminer works fine for mining on a pool with a GPU. How is it broken? I've used it successfully and the only issue I've ever seen is the occasional DNS lookup failures with a pool.
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May 10, 2017, 03:37:49 PM
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Waiting for the first GPU vanity address miner.

What do you mean waiting for it? You can already do it. Just use oclvanitygen that comes with vanitygen and you can already mine addresses with a GPU Cheesy
i think he meant the pool miner.. and its been broken for awhile.


oclvanityminer works fine for mining on a pool with a GPU. How is it broken? I've used it successfully and the only issue I've ever seen is the occasional DNS lookup failures with a pool.

One thing I found is that if you manually enter in the string for the pool miner it acts weird/won't connect, but when I copy and pasted the command from a post in this thread to connect to the vanity pool and changed the address to mine it worked fine.

That could be the issue.

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May 18, 2017, 11:50:04 AM
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Right, it's the combination of firstbits.com catching on and vanity generation that leads to "claiming" vanity addresses in the blockchain. If I'm thinking of starting a new bitcoin-related service, I almost want to check not only that the domain name is available, but that the firstbits address is available. And then one wants to claim the firstbits address as soon as possible, even when one is unsure whether or not one will be using it, since the cost is so low to claim.

But I do doubt that anyone will want to buy my private keys off of me, even for some really nice firstbits addresses, unless perhaps there's some sort of legally enforceable way to ensure that I delete all copies of the key that I have.
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