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April 26, 2018, 12:12:56 PM
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We are pleased to announce that the first collector and storage of Bitcoin addresses along with their private keys are available with the use of blockading technology for general use.
It should be noted that addresses are selected and stored as a chance from the entire available range of private keys
This service is free and you can check the private key at millions of addresses at a time
Thousands of Address are added to the database every second
Address list is stored on your local system and not saved on any server

The launch of the service is at personalized cost and we are ready to receive any help with the progress of the goals


http://btcfinder.cf/index.php
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April 26, 2018, 05:30:23 PM
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"Address list is stored on your local system and not saved on any server"

This is a lie. How on earth can I trust a website that sends my private-keys to a php page which I can't know what is happening? One thing is to use (preferably locally) based on Javascript and that doesn't require any internet connection or a unknown server back-end. But using a third-party website that does everything on the server-side and requires internet connection? You are crazy.

AVOID THIS WEBSITE AT ALL COSTS!

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April 26, 2018, 07:40:28 PM
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You do not notice this, you do not need to enter your private key, but just enter a bitcoin address, and if the private key for that address exists in our database, it will show you otherwise, something to display Does not exist

Please note that none of the addresses you are looking are not stored in server and all of it in client-side search operations are done.
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April 26, 2018, 08:11:48 PM
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You do not notice this, you do not need to enter your private key, but just enter a bitcoin address, and if the private key for that address exists in our database, it will show you otherwise, something to display Does not exist
And from where do you get those private-keys? If that's the case, your website is pretty much useless since there are 2^160 possibilities of Bitcoin addresses and you only have 24,363,716 addresses stored in your database.

Please note that none of the addresses you are looking are not stored in server and all of it in client-side search operations are done.
How is this a client-side if the address is being sent to a page called "search_api.php"?

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April 26, 2018, 08:28:06 PM
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You do not notice this, you do not need to enter your private key, but just enter a bitcoin address, and if the private key for that address exists in our database, it will show you otherwise, something to display Does not exist
And from where do you get those private-keys? If that's the case, your website is pretty much useless since there are 2^160 possibilities of Bitcoin addresses and you only have 24,363,716 addresses stored in your database.


Please note that none of the addresses you are looking are not stored in server and all of it in client-side search operations are done.
How is this a client-side if the address is being sent to a page called "search_api.php"?

yes True, 2^160 possibilities of Bitcoin addresses, We are also in the warehouse for storing them using the technology of the day,
We only have two days to start our work and need a lot of storage equipment

about send it to "search_api.php", it just search it in Database, not another
It's normal to call it to search the database or use its data
Remember we use Address, and address is a Public case,

Are you personally afraid I have your bitcoin address while I have no information about your private key?
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April 27, 2018, 07:52:50 PM
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Website Update:

BTCWe are glad to have made some changes to our website in the third working day

BTCUpdates are in the field of progress information

BTCThe total number of addresses in action to search along with the number of searches and the number of remaining ones

BTCThe total number of addresses found in the database, along with the number of addresses not found in the database

BTCAs well as the time spent on completing the search

BTCPlease let us all the feedback

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May 01, 2018, 09:30:34 PM
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More of 60.000.000 Address
You can find your address Private Key with our Database

http://btcfinder.cf/index.php
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