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December 24, 2018, 08:21:09 PM
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My feedback :
1. Make your website/page open-source, no one would use bitcoin wallet/seed generator on closed-source website or/and online devices.
2. I don't know much about Human-Simulated Riffle-Shuffle/Overhead-Shuffle, but i'm sure Fisher-Yates Shuffle is pretty simple way to randomize data and isn't good source of randomness.
3. Your idea is pretty cool Smiley

I just added Real Time "256-bit Stream" True Quantum Random Number Generator to the project!
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December 26, 2018, 02:11:46 PM
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How many times are people going to get ripped off before randos posting Javascript keygenerators actually tweaks your scamdar? Even if he's not actively ripping off people who use this (and seriously? Why would you think otherwise?!) what makes you think he won't do exactly that in the near future?

The Bitcoin Address Generator page is mainly for developers, programmers, and others that want to double check their Bitcoin Math. The page clearly warns users NOT TO ENTER PERSONAL Private Keys.

Having said that, I am also working on a downloadable version, open source, for use by public interested in generating addresses OFF-LINE.

You should appreciate the beauty in this brand new technology!

I don't see any market need for another random key generator. However, as you say, it is a good check on maths/other generators.

It is also attractive to ppl who have affinity for cards.
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December 27, 2018, 05:26:30 PM
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Interesting. Can you explain how you are generating ECDA private key from the  current deck

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January 02, 2019, 06:47:10 AM
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Interesting. Can you explain how you are generating ECDA private key from the  current deck

I have created two math functions, one converts each sequence of cards to a unique decimal number, and the other converts a decimal number to a unique sequence of cards. Once I create the downloadable version you will be able to see the source code for the two functions. I'm trying to get a patent on this for use in the casino industry. As soon as this is done, I'll be able to publish the code.
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January 24, 2019, 05:44:11 PM
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How many times are people going to get ripped off before randos posting Javascript keygenerators actually tweaks your scamdar? Even if he's not actively ripping off people who use this (and seriously? Why would you think otherwise?!) what makes you think he won't do exactly that in the near future?

The Bitcoin Address Generator page is mainly for developers, programmers, and others that want to double check their Bitcoin Math. The page clearly warns users NOT TO ENTER PERSONAL Private Keys.

Having said that, I am also working on a downloadable version, open source, for use by public interested in generating addresses OFF-LINE.

You should appreciate the beauty in this brand new technology!

I don't see any market need for another random key generator. However, as you say, it is a good check on maths/other generators.

It is also attractive to ppl who have affinity for cards.

The process does have a new market for online casinos and online poker sites. Each hand is published in the ClearShuffle Blockchain before it is dealt to players. This assures players that the deck was not tampered with before or during the hand. See the home page at ClearShuffle.
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