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October 27, 2019, 11:25:49 AM
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Can someone explain what kind of address this architecture is  bc1q4unyqwgxhvmxynfj404q903zrfwywygc9rmm8s ?

https://www.blockchain.com/ru/btc/tx/24c74557584c4ee821ab784bf3d09fee78e681ff1eafc7cc9d518ebe4b2c017f
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October 27, 2019, 12:14:40 PM
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Absolutely useless program. No matter how lucky you are, you can never find a single private key with bitcoins in address. This is the same as looking for a grain of sand in the universe. By the way, there is an explanation, but now I can’t find the link to the site.

There will be people trying an impossible task, what if they can, what if they found a method to crack any address, what if they can steal from these addresses, let's just pray no genius finds a way to do this, or everything will be over, all dreams will be shattered.

tell that to people who won powerball.

If there is a possibility, even if its tiny, it will happen if many enough try. You should possibly read Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy

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Have any of you actually looked into what the puzzle transactions are or are you just trying to post farm?

Some collisions have been found for puzzle transaction addresses already. The Large Bitcoin Collider is a project that looks for these collisions and they have been successful multiple times in the past.

Part of it is that these puzzle addresses have a fairly predictable pattern to them (I've forgotten what it is), and also that each bitcoin address has around 296 private keys that resolve to it. So you don't need to find someone else's private key, just a private key that also resolves to the same address.

Can someone explain what kind of address this architecture is  bc1q4unyqwgxhvmxynfj404q903zrfwywygc9rmm8s ?

https://www.blockchain.com/ru/btc/tx/24c74557584c4ee821ab784bf3d09fee78e681ff1eafc7cc9d518ebe4b2c017f

Native segwit - transactions coming from segwit addresses have smaller size and therefore lower fees.

 
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October 27, 2019, 03:47:03 PM
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Why did I ask?
Everywhere it says that BTC addresses begin with 1 and / or 3, but this address is of a completely different structure: it starts with a small letter and if you write this address in the search bar on the "blockchain explorer" site, then there will be no information.
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October 27, 2019, 04:37:51 PM
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Why did I ask?
Everywhere it says that BTC addresses begin with 1 and / or 3, but this address is of a completely different structure: it starts with a small letter and if you write this address in the search bar on the "blockchain explorer" site, then there will be no information.

This is Bech32 address format. It's using for native SegWit transactions since 2018. Blockchain.com don't support it. Use other explorers.
https://blockchair.com/bitcoin/address/bc1q4unyqwgxhvmxynfj404q903zrfwywygc9rmm8s

 
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October 27, 2019, 05:41:09 PM
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Why did I ask?
Everywhere it says that BTC addresses begin with 1 and / or 3, but this address is of a completely different structure: it starts with a small letter and if you write this address in the search bar on the "blockchain explorer" site, then there will be no information.

This is Bech32 address format. It's using for native SegWit transactions since 2018. Blockchain.com don't support it. Use other explorers.
https://blockchair.com/bitcoin/address/bc1q4unyqwgxhvmxynfj404q903zrfwywygc9rmm8s

Yes, I especially do not need it!
I just accidentally saw this address and wondered - what kind of "beast" is this ?!
Thanks for the information.

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