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July 14, 2011, 10:58:44 PM
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Are there any known limits to the number addresses I can create?

Certainly wouldn't need this many for personal use, but for commercial use (exchanges, escrow, etc.) one might accumulate a lot of addresses over time.

Can I create 10K or 100K or 1M addresses, or is it better to switch to a new, empty wallet after a while?

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I've heard that things start to get a little slow on your average computer once you have over 10k addresses, but otherwise, there's no actual limit that I'm aware of.

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