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April 25, 2018, 10:34:22 AM
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i was using this site (http://bitcoincrack.org) to check all bitcoin private keys using software downloadable from the site.

i check it now after long time, and i see it's updated and now works online without any software..

anyone used this site before?
and how is possible to get used wallet address while it checks 15 addresses per second?

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April 25, 2018, 11:36:48 AM
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Lol, sounds like a bad copy of directory.io which both don't work. It takes a few thousand years to search through directory.io to find a private key with funds in it and you don't know the amount of money this address may have.

It doesn't work so don't bother with it.

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April 25, 2018, 11:54:09 AM
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Lol, sounds like a bad copy of directory.io which both don't work. It takes a few thousand years to search through directory.io to find a private key with funds in it and you don't know the amount of money this address may have.

It doesn't work so don't bother with it.

yes it's similar to directory.io but this one is more simple and automated (auto refresh) so you can just open and keep it searching.

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April 25, 2018, 12:46:49 PM
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Still takes a thousand years of search to hit something with some money in it. If you are convinced that it may be useful to you continue and share your experience with us.

I honestly don't believe in these"sites" as they are created in my opinion only to attract more people and so called"bounty hunters" and increase website traffic.

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April 25, 2018, 08:05:09 PM
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Both sites are gimmicks that are complete wastes of your brainpower and electrical costs. If you're looking to make money with BTC, using one of these sites is not the way to go.

Collisions with private keys are mathematically extremely unlikely, and even the ones that have happened are usually due to bad RNG generators (sometimes hardware related, sometimes software related), or they're designed to be solved (like with the Large Bitcoin Collider). Either way, the site you posted is basically useless.

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April 25, 2018, 08:33:26 PM
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Basically to write some small program that is going to generate addresses and see if they have funds in them is not some super hard task to do. But you obviously have some concerns regarding this and thus you clearly dn't understand the principle of bitcoin security and many other alts security as well.Will advise you to watch this video as it really explains this well and this is one of the first videos I watched when I was understanding bitcoin : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1uefzJJ6nM&pbjreload=10
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April 26, 2018, 06:27:48 AM
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Basically to write some small program that is going to generate addresses and see if they have funds in them is not some super hard task to do. But you obviously have some concerns regarding this and thus you clearly dn't understand the principle of bitcoin security and many other alts security as well.Will advise you to watch this video as it really explains this well and this is one of the first videos I watched when I was understanding bitcoin : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1uefzJJ6nM&pbjreload=10

thanks for your video, i'm watching it now

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April 26, 2018, 09:55:19 AM
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Being curios, I tried this website, fortunately I got a wallet with some money inside 1GTkWKMr8d71qf1DiA7HLHzi7SSATRVNa7 with a corresponding masked private key, but its likely a scam, they were asking me to pay 0.01btc to unlock the masked private key. The question is why would they give another person the private key to a wallet worth millions of dollars? even if they are running a charity organization I recon they cannot be that generous except they have some multi billion somewhere. To worsen the scam, why would someone that want to give out millions of dollars be requesting for 0.01BTC for website maintenance ? Interesting to know these scams still exist in these forms.
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April 26, 2018, 10:48:15 AM
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Being curios, I tried this website, fortunately I got a wallet with some money inside 1GTkWKMr8d71qf1DiA7HLHzi7SSATRVNa7 with a corresponding masked private key, but its likely a scam, they were asking me to pay 0.01btc to unlock the masked private key. The question is why would they give another person the private key to a wallet worth millions of dollars? even if they are running a charity organization I recon they cannot be that generous except they have some multi billion somewhere. To worsen the scam, why would someone that want to give out millions of dollars be requesting for 0.01BTC for website maintenance ? Interesting to know these scams still exist in these forms.

Same here LOL http://bitcoincrack.org/unlock.php?address=1FhM1NVhR5W1NgzbK8Tvr755f9BGckX4pq

Asking 0.01 payment for 223BTC in wallet Cheesy
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April 26, 2018, 09:30:57 PM
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Same here LOL http://bitcoincrack.org/unlock.php?address=1FhM1NVhR5W1NgzbK8Tvr755f9BGckX4pq

Asking 0.01 payment for 223BTC in wallet Cheesy

Sadly I guess people are stupid enough to react on such scams. I mean first thing they should ask themselves is why the owner of the website haven't picked the coins but is hiding "saving them for you to pick up" after you send him the money. I really feel sorry for people who pay...
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April 26, 2018, 10:11:57 PM
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I really feel sorry for people who pay...
You shouldn't. If you get rewarded for stupidity, you'll be thinking it's the right thing to do, but if you find yourself lose money on utter nonsense, you'll blame yourself for being so stupid, which is an important life lesson.

After one or two times you know what to avoid. People who keep falling for this nonsense endlessly are mentally challenged. In that case they need to be protected against themselves.

Most importantly, let's assume you manage to 'find' a private key with a certain amount of Bitcoin value, it's not even yours. If you take these coins then it's the same as straight theft, and thus a criminal act.

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April 27, 2018, 05:10:34 AM
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i was using this site (http://bitcoincrack.org) to check all bitcoin private keys using software downloadable from the site.

i check it now after long time, and i see it's updated and now works online without any software..

anyone used this site before?
and how is possible to get used wallet address while it checks 15 addresses per second?

This isn't any different to just generating a new address on bitaddress.org, or whatever.

The chances of finding an address with any kind of usage history are extremely low, let alone finding an address with a balance. It's extremely improbable that you'll ever find such a collision. It does seem like a copy of directory.io.

Both sites are quite misleading, because you're pretty much just wasting your computing power refreshing that site all the time. If such loopholes do actually exist (which they do not), then the bitcoin network wouldn't be considered as secure as it is.

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April 28, 2018, 09:48:37 AM
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i was using this site (http://bitcoincrack.org) to check all bitcoin private keys using software downloadable from the site.

i check it now after long time, and i see it's updated and now works online without any software..

anyone used this site before?
and how is possible to get used wallet address while it checks 15 addresses per second?

So you want to steal someone else's coins. Is that really the type of admission you should be making on a site of this nature? Best of luck with your search. Come back to us in a few trillion years and let us know how you got on.

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April 28, 2018, 11:40:33 AM
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Waste of time if you want to use it for legit purposes. But I can hardly think of a scam employing this scheme, where is the potential profit? Traffic? It won't be much/ Something else? I'm puzzled.

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Waste of time if you want to use it for legit purposes. But I can hardly think of a scam employing this scheme, where is the potential profit? Traffic? It won't be much/ Something else? I'm puzzled.
The profit part is where they claim to "sell" the private key of an address containing 223 BTC for 0.01BTC (or any other address containing BTC if one is found). Doesn't seem to be much else on the page besides that. I hope people don't fall for scams like this, but some people must've gotten scammed already by this.

If anyone's worrying about their coins being stolen by some sort of project like this, it's mathematically almost impossible as of right now. As I said earlier, the only addresses that have been actually cracked are purposely made to be cracked or wallets that have been generated with bad RNG/ some other error in generation. In 99.9% of cases you should be fine. It's not a bad idea to spread out your coins over multiple wallets, still. Never good to keep all your eggs in one basket.

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April 28, 2018, 12:14:24 PM
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Waste of time if you want to use it for legit purposes. But I can hardly think of a scam employing this scheme, where is the potential profit? Traffic? It won't be much/ Something else? I'm puzzled.
The profit part is where they claim to "sell" the private key of an address containing 223 BTC for 0.01BTC (or any other address containing BTC if one is found). Doesn't seem to be much else on the page besides that. I hope people don't fall for scams like this, but some people must've gotten scammed already by this.

LOL really? I mean, would anyone be so dumb to believe they will be given, say, 223 BTC if they pay 0.01? This is even dumber than Nigerian scams Smiley

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April 28, 2018, 06:39:34 PM
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Waste of time if you want to use it for legit purposes. But I can hardly think of a scam employing this scheme, where is the potential profit? Traffic? It won't be much/ Something else? I'm puzzled.
The profit part is where they claim to "sell" the private key of an address containing 223 BTC for 0.01BTC (or any other address containing BTC if one is found). Doesn't seem to be much else on the page besides that. I hope people don't fall for scams like this, but some people must've gotten scammed already by this.

LOL really? I mean, would anyone be so dumb to believe they will be given, say, 223 BTC if they pay 0.01? This is even dumber than Nigerian scams Smiley

You may find it hard to believe but there are definitely people like that out there. Take a look at the news or search on the internet---or here on forum, people falling for obvious scams are not that rare.

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April 29, 2018, 05:23:22 AM
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Just a scammy version of directory.io; sure, sites like directory.io do work, theoretically; it's just that you'd already be dead by the time you actually land on a private key that has an amount on it.

Same here LOL http://bitcoincrack.org/unlock.php?address=1FhM1NVhR5W1NgzbK8Tvr755f9BGckX4pq

Asking 0.01 payment for 223BTC in wallet Cheesy
Looks like someone already donated the BTC0.01. Yikes.

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April 29, 2018, 10:34:21 AM
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Same here LOL http://bitcoincrack.org/unlock.php?address=1FhM1NVhR5W1NgzbK8Tvr755f9BGckX4pq

Asking 0.01 payment for 223BTC in wallet Cheesy
Looks like someone already donated the BTC0.01. Yikes.
2 people donated 0.01 lol and the BTC223 still on that address. If this real, the balance should be moved to another address.

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April 29, 2018, 08:10:22 PM
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Same here LOL http://bitcoincrack.org/unlock.php?address=1FhM1NVhR5W1NgzbK8Tvr755f9BGckX4pq

Asking 0.01 payment for 223BTC in wallet Cheesy
Looks like someone already donated the BTC0.01. Yikes.
2 people donated 0.01 lol and the BTC223 still on that address. If this real, the balance should be moved to another address.

this is not real. it just like all the spam in twitter. the postings that tell you to send an amount of X and receive back x*100. I hope that the creators of this this site payed more than the were able to receive from some newbies.
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