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Author Topic: Vanitygen: Vanity bitcoin address generator/miner [v0.22]  (Read 1140832 times)
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April 30, 2014, 01:56:06 PM
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-o flag is much better Tongue
oops, sorry i am not a tech guy, more of a amatuer than anyelse. What does -o flag do?
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April 30, 2014, 02:15:02 PM
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as deepceleron quoted from the docs, but now just the pertinent part:
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Search for prefix 1ABCDE, keep searching after first match is found, and save all found address to a file:
>oclvanitygen -d 0 -k -o GeneratedAddresses.txt 1ABCDE

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April 30, 2014, 02:20:01 PM
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as deepceleron quoted from the docs, but now just the pertinent part:
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Search for prefix 1ABCDE, keep searching after first match is found, and save all found address to a file:
>oclvanitygen -d 0 -k -o GeneratedAddresses.txt 1ABCDE

Ohh... that makes sense. d would be find, k would be keep searching and -o would be save then. Thanks!
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April 30, 2014, 02:29:02 PM
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as deepceleron quoted from the docs, but now just the pertinent part:
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Search for prefix 1ABCDE, keep searching after first match is found, and save all found address to a file:
>oclvanitygen -d 0 -k -o GeneratedAddresses.txt 1ABCDE

Ohh... that makes sense. d would be find, k would be keep searching and -o would be save then. Thanks!

'-d 0' actually means 'use device 0'.  You probably don't need to use that, unless you've got multiple OpenCL-capable devices in your computer and it ends up using the wrong one Smiley

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April 30, 2014, 04:12:10 PM
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-o flag is much better Tongue

Thanks  Cool
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May 14, 2014, 07:09:02 AM
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I'm using oclvanitygen using a seed file, but I often have to stop the process to restart it later on.
Is the seed usage actually making the new process to restart always from the same point, or is it random anyway and the seed is only used for further randomization?
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May 14, 2014, 10:18:34 AM
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As of now it's all completely random.
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May 31, 2014, 06:26:14 PM
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Can someone tell me what I command I have to use to search for addresses that only consist of numbers on the first X places?

like: 134289178923172881429asjkdasjd address.

nvm, found it: 1[0-9][0-9] ect

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June 01, 2014, 09:07:57 AM
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Can someone tell me what I command I have to use to search for addresses that only consist of numbers on the first X places?

like: 134289178923172881429asjkdasjd address.

nvm, found it: 1[0-9][0-9] ect

I dont think its posible to do 134289178923172881429asjkdasjd .
Maybe couple of first can be numbers but not that many. And that would take ages to find Smiley .

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June 01, 2014, 01:57:28 PM
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Can someone tell me what I command I have to use to search for addresses that only consist of numbers on the first X places?

like: 134289178923172881429asjkdasjd address.

nvm, found it: 1[0-9][0-9] ect

I dont think its posible to do 134289178923172881429asjkdasjd .
Maybe couple of first can be numbers but not that many. And that would take ages to find Smiley .

I already found some 15 number addresses!

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June 01, 2014, 02:01:31 PM
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Can someone tell me what I command I have to use to search for addresses that only consist of numbers on the first X places?

like: 134289178923172881429asjkdasjd address.

nvm, found it: 1[0-9][0-9] ect

I dont think its posible to do 134289178923172881429asjkdasjd .
Maybe couple of first can be numbers but not that many. And that would take ages to find Smiley .

I already found some 15 number addresses!

Rly ?? 15 numbers in a row with no single letter between them ? I would love to see those Smiley .

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June 01, 2014, 04:31:02 PM
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I get those all the time too except they're the random ones.


You are in a maze of twisty little passages, all alike.
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June 01, 2014, 08:01:58 PM
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Can someone tell me what I command I have to use to search for addresses that only consist of numbers on the first X places?

like: 134289178923172881429asjkdasjd address.

nvm, found it: 1[0-9][0-9] ect

I dont think its posible to do 134289178923172881429asjkdasjd .
Maybe couple of first can be numbers but not that many. And that would take ages to find Smiley .

I already found some 15 number addresses!

Rly ?? 15 numbers in a row with no single letter between them ? I would love to see those Smiley .

I didn't found the 15 number address but I found a 13 num address that it just created.

1378713365635XpvemZjfA61YV5xZbeFht

I get a 13 num address every 30 minutes, so it is only a question of time until I get a 16+ address.

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June 01, 2014, 08:32:06 PM
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Can someone tell me what I command I have to use to search for addresses that only consist of numbers on the first X places?

like: 134289178923172881429asjkdasjd address.

nvm, found it: 1[0-9][0-9] ect

I dont think its posible to do 134289178923172881429asjkdasjd .
Maybe couple of first can be numbers but not that many. And that would take ages to find Smiley .

I already found some 15 number addresses!

Rly ?? 15 numbers in a row with no single letter between them ? I would love to see those Smiley .

I didn't found the 15 number address but I found a 13 num address that it just created.

1378713365635XpvemZjfA61YV5xZbeFht

I get a 13 num address every 30 minutes, so it is only a question of time until I get a 16+ address.

But is this with numbers in order u wanted or just random numbers ? Anyhow it looks great .  I will see later how long does it take for me.

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June 01, 2014, 08:52:18 PM
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Can someone tell me what I command I have to use to search for addresses that only consist of numbers on the first X places?

like: 134289178923172881429asjkdasjd address.

nvm, found it: 1[0-9][0-9] ect

I dont think its posible to do 134289178923172881429asjkdasjd .
Maybe couple of first can be numbers but not that many. And that would take ages to find Smiley .

I already found some 15 number addresses!

Rly ?? 15 numbers in a row with no single letter between them ? I would love to see those Smiley .

I didn't found the 15 number address but I found a 13 num address that it just created.

1378713365635XpvemZjfA61YV5xZbeFht

I get a 13 num address every 30 minutes, so it is only a question of time until I get a 16+ address.

But is this with numbers in order u wanted or just random numbers ? Anyhow it looks great .  I will see later how long does it take for me.

Random. With numbers in order my best address was this: 18888888PPJ8oGeqR6AKmoiKUme9da48Xf

if you use -r you can search for this:  1[0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9]

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June 01, 2014, 08:53:38 PM
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Can someone tell me what I command I have to use to search for addresses that only consist of numbers on the first X places?

like: 134289178923172881429asjkdasjd address.

nvm, found it: 1[0-9][0-9] ect

I dont think its posible to do 134289178923172881429asjkdasjd .
Maybe couple of first can be numbers but not that many. And that would take ages to find Smiley .

I already found some 15 number addresses!

Rly ?? 15 numbers in a row with no single letter between them ? I would love to see those Smiley .

I didn't found the 15 number address but I found a 13 num address that it just created.

1378713365635XpvemZjfA61YV5xZbeFht

I get a 13 num address every 30 minutes, so it is only a question of time until I get a 16+ address.

But is this with numbers in order u wanted or just random numbers ? Anyhow it looks great .  I will see later how long does it take for me.

Random. With numbers in order my best address was this: 18888888PPJ8oGeqR6AKmoiKUme9da48Xf

if you use -r you can search for this:  1[0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9]

Rly cool. How much keys per sec ur pc trying ?

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June 01, 2014, 08:57:47 PM
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Can someone tell me what I command I have to use to search for addresses that only consist of numbers on the first X places?

like: 134289178923172881429asjkdasjd address.

nvm, found it: 1[0-9][0-9] ect

I dont think its posible to do 134289178923172881429asjkdasjd .
Maybe couple of first can be numbers but not that many. And that would take ages to find Smiley .

I already found some 15 number addresses!

Rly ?? 15 numbers in a row with no single letter between them ? I would love to see those Smiley .

I didn't found the 15 number address but I found a 13 num address that it just created.

1378713365635XpvemZjfA61YV5xZbeFht

I get a 13 num address every 30 minutes, so it is only a question of time until I get a 16+ address.

But is this with numbers in order u wanted or just random numbers ? Anyhow it looks great .  I will see later how long does it take for me.

Random. With numbers in order my best address was this: 18888888PPJ8oGeqR6AKmoiKUme9da48Xf

if you use -r you can search for this:  1[0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9]

Rly cool. How much keys per sec ur pc trying ?

Im running it within a VM that has no internet connection. So I use my CPU and only get 130Kkeys/sec

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June 01, 2014, 09:00:07 PM
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Can someone tell me what I command I have to use to search for addresses that only consist of numbers on the first X places?

like: 134289178923172881429asjkdasjd address.

nvm, found it: 1[0-9][0-9] ect

I dont think its posible to do 134289178923172881429asjkdasjd .
Maybe couple of first can be numbers but not that many. And that would take ages to find Smiley .

I already found some 15 number addresses!

Rly ?? 15 numbers in a row with no single letter between them ? I would love to see those Smiley .

I didn't found the 15 number address but I found a 13 num address that it just created.

1378713365635XpvemZjfA61YV5xZbeFht

I get a 13 num address every 30 minutes, so it is only a question of time until I get a 16+ address.

But is this with numbers in order u wanted or just random numbers ? Anyhow it looks great .  I will see later how long does it take for me.

Random. With numbers in order my best address was this: 18888888PPJ8oGeqR6AKmoiKUme9da48Xf

if you use -r you can search for this:  1[0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9]

Rly cool. How much keys per sec ur pc trying ?

Im running it within a VM that has no internet connection. So I use my CPU and only get 130Kkeys/sec

Well im around there also i get like 125kkeys/sec. I will try try to get some of that cool numbers addyes later Smiley .

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June 01, 2014, 09:01:32 PM
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If you only want a specific address like 18888888 or smtgh. you shouldn't use -r because it is extremely slow compared to standard prefixes.

Just use 18888888 17777777 ect then.

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