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March 17, 2018, 10:08:05 PM
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I know PHP so I made something like Brainwallet brute force... I made it record every address that has been used then it will monitoring all founded address because maybe they will be used again in the future.

So I founded a lot of address where 0.00005460 BTCs are received and 0.00005460 BTCs are sent. That's it. Why this amount and why so many addresses Wink
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March 17, 2018, 11:59:50 PM
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https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/commit/6a4c196dd64da2fd33dc7ae77a8cdd3e4cf0eff1

Under old dust rules 5460 was the minimum output size for standard transactions, it was later decreased to 546 satoshis due to the increase in value of BTC, although different nodes may operate under different rules.


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March 18, 2018, 10:36:46 AM
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I know PHP so I made something like Brainwallet brute force... I made it record every address that has been used then it will monitoring all founded address because maybe they will be used again in the future.

So I founded a lot of address where 0.00005460 BTCs are received and 0.00005460 BTCs are sent. That's it. Why this amount and why so many addresses Wink

i think it was a researcer doing tests in that pariod. The completly list of the words used was about 17k words.
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March 18, 2018, 11:29:54 AM
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So I founded a lot of address where 0.00005460 BTCs are received and 0.00005460 BTCs are sent. That's it. Why this amount and why so many addresses Wink
How many did you find containing exactly that 5460 sats utxo?
I'm more curious about the 1 sat utxo spams tagging many addresses back in 2015 and recent 2017
in 2014 sent by 1Enjoy... and last year was by 1Sochi...
if you have time, please monitor these 1 sat utxo... how many were sent out and spent
spending/consolidating this 1 sat costs more that its value  Angry Lips sealed

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March 19, 2018, 12:04:52 PM
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If they're relatively recent transactions... there is a chance they could be "CounterParty" transactions (https://counterparty.io/)

Basically, CounterParty is a system for sending "tokens" that utilises the Bitcoin blockchain... It requires that you send "dust" to the person you're attempting to transfer assets/tokens to and 5460 sats was the "dust" limit for quite a while.

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March 19, 2018, 03:19:37 PM
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If they're relatively recent transactions... there is a chance they could be "CounterParty" transactions (https://counterparty.io/)

Basically, CounterParty is a system for sending "tokens" that utilises the Bitcoin blockchain... It requires that you send "dust" to the person you're attempting to transfer assets/tokens to and 5460 sats was the "dust" limit for quite a while.

that reminds of the address below, if I'm not mistaken this is related to tether
https://blockchain.info/address/1Po1oWkD2LmodfkBYiAktwh76vkF93LKnh
each transaction consists of 546 sats to 1Po1oWk and 2184 sats back to sender with 1mBTC tx fee Cheesy
I don't understand how it works but I just learned the "dust" limit is the requirement as you pointed out

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