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July 04, 2018, 08:30:49 PM
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First thing, Am total newbie when it comes to Ethereum, but i come quite in handy when it comes to bitcoins. Am always doing researches, working on new ways to exploit Bitcoin private keys, and vulnerabilities that exists within different crypt-currencies applications. Few days ago, I came across a bitcoin private key , it has a balance in it ...but nothing extra ordinary. While doing my researches using the key as an input -- I learn't that it has 815 ethereum and 745 ethereum classic on it. I am unable to derive the exact Ethereum private key from the wif key because I don't know what derivation pattern and method "my test app" is using. Things get a little interesting when I try to play around with the key in a deterministic manner and stumble upon addresses  with change balances on it $2 $1 $5 etc.

So here's my problem.

I have a bitcoin private key with 815 Eth 745 Eth Classic , when converted into Ethereum private key.

I don't know if this key is the seed, or memnonic, or just a ethereum single key because so far am unable to determine "my test app" derivation path.

What am looking for
Someone who would help me Cashout these ethereum, Must be a Crypto expert...youl have 20%

Or Anyone with a good suggestion or OFFER on this, since am damn sure, so far unable to cash it and maybe never will!

I can sell it too but I prefer REPUTABLE MEMBERS offers. I have the deterministic keys as proof since they have petty funds in them, as well as Screenshots etc. willing to go as far as real identity exposure...

Anyone interested in this reach out.

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July 04, 2018, 08:38:00 PM
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I have a bitcoin private key with 815 Eth 745 Eth Classic , when converted into Ethereum private key.
I don't understand how in the earth a Bitcoin Private key has anything to do with ETH and ETH classic or converted to ETH private key? What am I missing here?

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July 04, 2018, 08:58:56 PM
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I have a bitcoin private key with 815 Eth 745 Eth Classic , when converted into Ethereum private key.
I don't understand how in the earth a Bitcoin Private key has anything to do with ETH and ETH classic or converted to ETH private key? What am I missing here?
for instance you bitcoin private key in hex format, is a direct eth private key.
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July 04, 2018, 10:20:41 PM
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I have a bitcoin private key with 815 Eth 745 Eth Classic , when converted into Ethereum private key.
I don't understand how in the earth a Bitcoin Private key has anything to do with ETH and ETH classic or converted to ETH private key? What am I missing here?
for instance you bitcoin private key in hex format, is a direct eth private key.

That just sounds retarded. Your bitcoin keys dont relate to ethereum. You cant store ethereum on the bitcoin chain.
They dont mix...

Your whole story is garbage just like the piece of trash you are to spend your time seaking out vulnabilities...
2nd. If you spend all your time being a vulture, how da fuq dont you know that these 2 chains are different?

  

 
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July 04, 2018, 11:28:20 PM
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I have a bitcoin private key with 815 Eth 745 Eth Classic , when converted into Ethereum private key.
I don't understand how in the earth a Bitcoin Private key has anything to do with ETH and ETH classic or converted to ETH private key? What am I missing here?
for instance you bitcoin private key in hex format, is a direct eth private key.

That just sounds retarded. Your bitcoin keys dont relate to ethereum. You cant store ethereum on the bitcoin chain.
They dont mix...

Your whole story is garbage just like the piece of trash you are to spend your time seaking out vulnabilities...
2nd. If you spend all your time being a vulture, how da fuq dont you know that these 2 chains are different?
Do your research, do not speak out of ignorance!! for instance... "e9873d79c6d87dc0fb6a5778633389f4453213303da61f20bd67fc233aa33262" is both a bitcoin and Eth Private key!! Think you know it all and shit smh...
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July 04, 2018, 11:34:31 PM
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Don't mean disrespect but I strictly need Crypto EXPERTS on this! Not people who know how to send and receive cryptos... need to know the key chain and how they're generated.
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July 04, 2018, 11:49:39 PM
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Essentially what you're saying is you found a private key collision on the Ethereum blockchain, and Ethereum would be broken as a result of it (since you are claiming you got access to someone else's ~$400k worth of ETH/ETC and could fuck them over if you are successful in liquidating it). If this was true, it would have a devastating effect on ETH and crypto as a whole. Pretty bold claim - would love to see the proof of it.
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July 04, 2018, 11:57:22 PM
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Essentially what you're saying is you found a private key collision on the Ethereum blockchain, and Ethereum would be broken as a result of it (since you are claiming you got access to someone else's ~$400k worth of ETH/ETC and could fuck them over if you are successful in liquidating it). If this was true, it would have a devastating effect on ETH and crypto as a whole. Pretty bold claim - would love to see the proof of it.
At last someone who understands my point. Yes I did! And not only a key collision, but I have an equal deterministic way of generating ethereum private keys deterministically from a bitcoin entropic constant and hit ETH keys with balances in them.

I can share proofs but posting people's addresses in public with bal in them most still in use is not a polite thing to do...  but in private i def would! (screenshots, address, private keys) whichever requested. I don't know much about ETH like i stated before, but i know quite enough about bitcoin.
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July 05, 2018, 02:18:58 AM
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I can share proofs but posting people's addresses in public with bal in them most still in use is not a polite thing to do...  but in private i def would! (screenshots, address, private keys) whichever requested. I don't know much about ETH like i stated before, but i know quite enough about bitcoin.
I am not an expert and have no idea if what you are posting can be true or not BUT......
WTF,  posting people address in public is not a polite thing to you and fking scam them over there money is okay to you !!!!!! Anyone  connecting with you regarding that matter should be instantly get tagged . You better off shows your findings to Vitalik Buterin and claim a reward for your findings ( I do not know if this consider a bug or a flaw in the whole network )  .

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July 05, 2018, 02:51:09 AM
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I have a bitcoin private key with 815 Eth 745 Eth Classic , when converted into Ethereum private key.
I don't understand how in the earth a Bitcoin Private key has anything to do with ETH and ETH classic or converted to ETH private key? What am I missing here?
for instance you bitcoin private key in hex format, is a direct eth private key.

That just sounds retarded. Your bitcoin keys dont relate to ethereum. You cant store ethereum on the bitcoin chain.
They dont mix...

Your whole story is garbage just like the piece of trash you are to spend your time seaking out vulnabilities...
2nd. If you spend all your time being a vulture, how da fuq dont you know that these 2 chains are different?
Do your research, do not speak out of ignorance!! for instance... "e9873d79c6d87dc0fb6a5778633389f4453213303da61f20bd67fc233aa33262" is both a bitcoin and Eth Private key!! Think you know it all and shit smh...

You're saying, that by coincidence, a base-63 encrypted key (with 63^64 possibilities) has, by a magical chance, a collision in the ETH and ETC blockchain? Yea I call bullshit.
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July 05, 2018, 03:18:21 AM
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Essentially what you're saying is you found a private key collision on the Ethereum blockchain, and Ethereum would be broken as a result of it (since you are claiming you got access to someone else's ~$400k worth of ETH/ETC and could fuck them over if you are successful in liquidating it). If this was true, it would have a devastating effect on ETH and crypto as a whole. Pretty bold claim - would love to see the proof of it.
At last someone who understands my point. Yes I did! And not only a key collision, but I have an equal deterministic way of generating ethereum private keys deterministically from a bitcoin entropic constant and hit ETH keys with balances in them.

I can share proofs but posting people's addresses in public with bal in them most still in use is not a polite thing to do...  but in private i def would! (screenshots, address, private keys) whichever requested. I don't know much about ETH like i stated before, but i know quite enough about bitcoin.

I dont understand it, why not just transfer first the eth you are saying here to a eth address that you fully control the pkeys and atleast show us proofs about what you are claiming, by that you will get serious help from knowledgeable people here in the forum
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July 05, 2018, 03:52:51 AM
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I don't think it is the right section where you get a positive reply! Post your findings in Technical Support as your privkey coincides with btc too..

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What OP says is true man. All Cryptocurrencies are based on just cryptography where they share the same privkeys. Only difference is that the pubkey and address would be different for different coins. Both btc and eth use elliptic key cryptography so it is possible for the coins to be present in any privkeys.

But what I don't agree with OP is that, it is literally impossible for the privkeys to clash with one another when they are being created. For instance, they are around 2^256 private keys existing in this universe  Shocked and 2^96 keys for each address. It's almost impossible to find a private key with balance left in them.

@OP If your findings are really true and it does contain such huge fortune, try using BIP44 wallets. BIP44 helps user to use a single privkey or masterseed for various cryptocoins. I am not sure about usage of BIP44 wallets, as I haven't tried one.
Anyways Services is not the right place for discussion about this. Try to move this topic to Technical Support for better replies from devs which may really help you.

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July 05, 2018, 04:11:32 AM
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Essentially what you're saying is you found a private key collision on the Ethereum blockchain, and Ethereum would be broken as a result of it (since you are claiming you got access to someone else's ~$400k worth of ETH/ETC and could fuck them over if you are successful in liquidating it). If this was true, it would have a devastating effect on ETH and crypto as a whole. Pretty bold claim - would love to see the proof of it.
At last someone who understands my point. Yes I did! And not only a key collision, but I have an equal deterministic way of generating ethereum private keys deterministically from a bitcoin entropic constant and hit ETH keys with balances in them.

I can share proofs but posting people's addresses in public with bal in them most still in use is not a polite thing to do...  but in private i def would! (screenshots, address, private keys) whichever requested. I don't know much about ETH like i stated before, but i know quite enough about bitcoin.

Something is not right here.

Maybe you are extremely luck and found a collision. Whatever software you build cannot find collisions (it would be more lucrative to mine).
However, if you really make a software that can do it..... ( I doubt it since you are here in this forum on the wrong session asking for help.)

But anyway, if you truly did, just sell these ethereum, get rich and then destroy cryptocurrencies forever. Just spread the word that you can break private keys and cryptocurriencies will be dead soon.

Go to bitcoin technical discussion board and try to explain what you did there.

Look at the bottom of this page MOVE TOPIC button. Just click it and move this topic there.

There are knowledge people there who will makes things clear for you. Something is not right, I think you do not really own the private key of that address you are talking about, or you were extremely luck.

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July 05, 2018, 08:42:42 AM
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Essentially what you're saying is you found a private key collision on the Ethereum blockchain, and Ethereum would be broken as a result of it (since you are claiming you got access to someone else's ~$400k worth of ETH/ETC and could fuck them over if you are successful in liquidating it). If this was true, it would have a devastating effect on ETH and crypto as a whole. Pretty bold claim - would love to see the proof of it.
At last someone who understands my point. Yes I did! And not only a key collision, but I have an equal deterministic way of generating ethereum private keys deterministically from a bitcoin entropic constant and hit ETH keys with balances in them.

I can share proofs but posting people's addresses in public with bal in them most still in use is not a polite thing to do...  but in private i def would! (screenshots, address, private keys) whichever requested. I don't know much about ETH like i stated before, but i know quite enough about bitcoin.

Something is not right here.

Maybe you are extremely luck and found a collision. Whatever software you build cannot find collisions (it would be more lucrative to mine).
However, if you really make a software that can do it..... ( I doubt it since you are here in this forum on the wrong session asking for help.)

But anyway, if you truly did, just sell these ethereum, get rich and then destroy cryptocurrencies forever. Just spread the word that you can break private keys and cryptocurriencies will be dead soon.

Go to bitcoin technical discussion board and try to explain what you did there.

Look at the bottom of this page MOVE TOPIC button. Just click it and move this topic there.

There are knowledge people there who will makes things clear for you. Something is not right, I think you do not really own the private key of that address you are talking about, or you were extremely luck.
The software am using for test purposes ain't mine. It's a publicly well known APP.
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July 05, 2018, 08:49:23 AM
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Essentially what you're saying is you found a private key collision on the Ethereum blockchain, and Ethereum would be broken as a result of it (since you are claiming you got access to someone else's ~$400k worth of ETH/ETC and could fuck them over if you are successful in liquidating it). If this was true, it would have a devastating effect on ETH and crypto as a whole. Pretty bold claim - would love to see the proof of it.
At last someone who understands my point. Yes I did! And not only a key collision, but I have an equal deterministic way of generating ethereum private keys deterministically from a bitcoin entropic constant and hit ETH keys with balances in them.

I can share proofs but posting people's addresses in public with bal in them most still in use is not a polite thing to do...  but in private i def would! (screenshots, address, private keys) whichever requested. I don't know much about ETH like i stated before, but i know quite enough about bitcoin.

I dont understand it, why not just transfer first the eth you are saying here to a eth address that you fully control the pkeys and atleast show us proofs about what you are claiming, by that you will get serious help from knowledgeable people here in the forum
I only can by generating the whole seed deterministically... I have a couple of ETH private keys from the main key already; but not being an ETH expert makes it really hard for me to generate them - and it would take alot of time doing it manually. If anyone would help me convert the main key to a correct Eth seed; then Funds can be transfered instant.
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