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February 08, 2021, 03:14:04 PM
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The problem
I had a nice SHIBANU 50k MS 68 Dogecoin floating around. And was in desperate search for a firstbits explorer.
However... There aren't any. Publicly available at least.


Before you use this method

Make sure your firstbits don't show up on one of the official lists:
SHIBANU
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2022902.0
Crypto Imperator
https://cryptoimperator.com/coin-addresses/

Then check via doge-explorer: https://dogechain.info/



After some talk to Jon I found this tiny manual hackaround:

The solution
1. Visit: https://privatekeys.pw/dogecoin/richest?page=1
2. Instead of ?page=1 enter ?page=XYZ, where XYZ is in the range of addresses with the amount of DOGE you are looking for.
3. Use your browser search on each page that has your amount of DOGECOIN to find your firstbits. Click and search through all the pages that show addresses listed that have your exact amount of DOGE.
4. If your coin (with your firstbits as public address) is indeed funded, you should find it somewhere in that list. If it was never funded, the address will not show on any explorer - you won't be able to find it anywhere.


Example 1
- For the 50k Dogecoin, start here: https://privatekeys.pw/dogecoin/richest?page=708
- STRG+F and enter your firstbits.

Example 2
- For the 10k Dogecoin, start here: https://privatekeys.pw/dogecoin/richest?page=1962 (ends on page 2026)
- STRG+F and enter your firstbits.


Someone with basic scripting skills could probably automate the process quite easily.


PS: Yeah, mine wasn't funded. Or if it is funded, it's something other than 50k. Sad. But at least I don't have to think about "peeling, trying to sell asap or hodl" all the time.

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February 08, 2021, 04:39:39 PM
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Hey,

The SHIBANU address list has been made publicly available by MJ here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2022902.0 (raw text here: https://pastebin.com/eHd9eVCD)
You can search your first bits against the database and then enter the corresponding wallet address on https://dogechain.info (any Dogecoin explorer) to see the load balance.
Hope that helps Smiley


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February 08, 2021, 05:02:42 PM
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Hey,

The SHIBANU address list has been made publicly available by MJ here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2022902.0 (raw text here: https://pastebin.com/eHd9eVCD)
You can search your first bits against the database and then enter the corresponding wallet address on https://dogechain.info (any Dogecoin explorer) to see the load balance.
Hope that helps Smiley




Thanks. Yes I saw the list, but my address does not appear on it. Was very confusing, but the method I wrote above should work.
See: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2457756.msg25172923#msg25172923

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February 10, 2021, 02:34:45 AM
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Thanks for this KryptoWerk.

For anyone wondering, the 10K addresses are on pages 1962 - 2026

I found my CI 10K Doge coin full address easily using this method.
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February 10, 2021, 03:36:31 AM
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Thanks for this KryptoWerk.

For anyone wondering, the 10K addresses are on pages 1962 - 2026

I found my CI 10K Doge coin full address easily using this method.
Thanks for the info. Glad you found it.

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February 10, 2021, 09:50:22 AM
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Thanks for this KryptoWerk.

For anyone wondering, the 10K addresses are on pages 1962 - 2026

I found my CI 10K Doge coin full address easily using this method.

In case anyone needs to find a Doge address from my coins, you can find all CI keys up to 2018 here: https://cryptoimperator.com/coin-addresses/

Hope that helps, otherwise great method KryptoWerk! Firstbist search is very helpful!

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