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April 01, 2020, 06:53:43 AM
Last edit: April 01, 2020, 09:45:56 AM by bekli23
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Bitcoin database addresses
In short, I present to you almost all bitcoin addresses ,more precisely about all the addresses, 12.000.000 mb as space volume, a use of addresses plus private key (84.000.000.000) each day they are generated approximately 21.000.000
Who has an address or wallet that can no longer be accessed, I can help you
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What I need from a potential client
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Just the bitcoin address
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how long does it take to search my address?
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we have a special program designed by me, to read a large volume, so about 5-6 minutes to look for your address.
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my address was not found
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you will still have to wait for the database update, as I said every day, new addresses are generated.
To apply a search, you only have to address this mode , I will take only 20 address every day

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Be careful to make sure you own the wallet, in order to be sure  in the event that another landlord is found, he must prove that he is the rightful settler!
7 days will have to prove that he is the rightful owner, during this time no transaction will be made.

in the happy case that your address will be found there will be a commission of 15% of the entire volume
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April 01, 2020, 07:41:34 AM
Last edit: April 01, 2020, 07:54:56 AM by mocacinno
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This better be an April fools joke.

Well, it's either an april fools joke, a scam attempt, or somebody that scanned 0.00000000001% of the address space and thinks he has any chance of finding a private key of a funded address... Or we're dealing with somebody from the future that's running a cluster of quantum computers.

But ok, for the sake of the forum, i'll bite:
-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Username: mocacinno
Address: 1MocACiWLM8bYn8pCrYjy6uHq4U3CkxLaa
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
1MocACiWLM8bYn8pCrYjy6uHq4U3CkxLaa
HOVbE2ZNoYpAnJiFtZie+1J4XGRktFfRs9rk097Rc1pqI+xqatKkiGJcvZbqAcEm+Iobo4lejVDfzIwVvtq4EaE=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----



Now, encrypt my private key with my pgp key found here: https://keybase.io/mocacinno/pgp_keys.asc
them PM me the encrypted private key.

If it's correct, i'll vouch for you... If not, i won't... I *might* even declare this a scam attempt...

I will not send you part of the private key, i will not sign anything that's not drafted by me, i will not open any website, i will not install any app,... As a matter of fact, i'll ignore any message you send me,  you claim to have a rainbow table, let's see if that's true.

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April 01, 2020, 07:52:53 AM
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my address was not found
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you will still have to wait for the database update, as I said every day, new addresses are generated.

OP is 100% correct. The only problem is that we just simply cannot live that long. Nor our sun, I've been told.
Good luck though.





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April 01, 2020, 09:58:42 AM
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1MocACiWLM8bYn this part found
info this address
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Signed Byte   49
Unsigned Byte   49
Signed Short   19761
Unsigned Short   19761
Signed Int   1668238641
Unsigned Int   1668238641
Signed Int64   3704566116609117489
Unsigned Int64   3704566116609117489
Float   4.414334e+21
Double   4.91282096024133e-61
Half Float   20.76563
String   1MocACiWLM8bYn
Privkey: 5KXw************************************
Pattern: 1.*$
Address: 1MocACiWLM8bYn*********
DOSDATE   09/17/2018
DOSTIME   09:41:34
FILETIME   
OLETIME   
time_t   11/12/2022 07:37:21
time64_t   


13 characters is already quite a lot, but defenately not enough to backup your claim of having a rainbow table with 10% of the adress space's private key... But still...
I didn't see any real proof tough. Everybody can claim they have a private key.. Please sign this message with the private key belonging to the address that starts with 1MocACiWLM8bYn

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This is a random text, signed by bekli23 in order to proof he has the private key which public key hash starts with 1MocACiWLM8bYn

By the way, your OP was quite hard to read, i take it you're not a native speaker... This isn't a problem, but you're throwing all kinds of numbers around... 84.000.000.000, 12.000.000, 21.000.000...

Even if you have a database with 84.000.000.000 private keys next to their public key hashes's, the total address keyspace is 2^160.
84.000.000.000 is far from 10% of 2^160.

In reality, even if you have a rainbow table with 84 billion records, that's only 0.000000000000000000000000000000000006% of the total address space...

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April 01, 2020, 10:38:32 AM
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I apologize in the above post I wrote wrong because I had problems with cluster server

Ok, 6 characters is a LOT less impressive... That's what i did with a simple cpu vanitygen in a couple of hours aswell when i generated my vanity address in the first place... If i would have had a couple GPU's it would have been done in far less time, so matching 6 characters proves very little.

Mistakes are possible, but this does come over as somebody being called on a bluff... First telling us you have the private key for an address matching the first 13 characters, but when being called out only being able to produce a pk for an address matching 6 characters does sounds a bit fishy, don't you agree?

If you want a vouch that you indeed have a rainbow table of private keys => addresses containing 10% of the address space, i propose the following:
I generate 500 addresses, completely random, and post them here. You run your algo against these 500 addresses, and if you're able to find between 25 and 75 of the private keys which public key hashes are equal to the addresses posted in my list, i'll give you a vouch which you can use when you're trying to monetize your service.

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May 18, 2020, 04:45:00 PM
Last edit: May 20, 2020, 10:48:03 PM by GazetaBitcoin
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Don't worry @mocacinno, you are on good hands. Let me explain.

Let's start with the origins if his name. In Romania there is a guy - Becali - who owns now the football club FCSB, known previously as Steaua Bucharest - the winner of European Cup in 1986 (the predecessor of the actual Champions League). Becali stole the club from the army and now is being sued for using the club, the name and the mark without consent. That's why Steaua Bucharest changed its name to FCSB. Practically, Becali is a sort of CSW - Romanian version Smiley This is his picture from his resume:



I found this topic only by chance, being curious how is doing bekli23, our fellow romanian.

Bekli23, which is a short from Becali23 (he used k instead of ca) is either a huge fan of Becali and of his stealing methods or is Becali himself.

Now getting back to his activity inside the forum: he started the same topic in Romanian board on November 23, 2018: Decriptare parole bitcoin-qt client(Proiect). Meaning "Decripting bitcoin-qt client passwords(Project)". Most likely, after decripting all the Romanian wallets, he is now helping also the international community - a very nice gesture.

So after previously working with Nick Szabo at Bit Gold, with Dr. Chaum at eCash, with Adam Back at HashCash, with Wei Dai at b-money and finally with Satoshi at Bitcoin, now bekli23 is working on the reverse engineering: finding passwords of Bitcoin wallets.

Here is a rare picture of bekli at work, cracking a sunflower seed seed:



That being said, you can fully trust him. If NeuroticFish's words were not enough for you

OP is 100% correct. The only problem is that we just simply cannot live that long. Nor our sun, I've been told.
Good luck though.

Then I hope my words will grant for bekli. And about my fellow Romanian NeuroticFish's words: I'm sorry for you, mocacinno, if your life span is that short Smiley bekli will come with the passwords, as he promised. If you won't be around here, he can pass them to your successors. He lives billions of years, eons, and has enough time to crack all wallets passwords Smiley Just give him enough time.



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