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September 11, 2014, 01:53:11 AM

Well the title almost said it all. We are looking to speak with a mathematician and/or a statistician to help define or find a word that describes a particular math problem in relation to the BTC private key and address space.

I could spend an hour drawing out the actual mathematical problem and lose 80% of the crowd, but rather than burn a bunch of time writing things that wont make sense to most. i will summarize.

If you know what factorial operators, binomial coefficients, & permutation is, and have basic understanding of the mathematical birthday problem, please send us a message. I promise we will not burn up more than 5 minutes of your time and are not looking for you to do math work. We are just simply looking for the right word to describe a particular paradox.

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September 12, 2014, 07:55:26 AM

As you'll write the thing to the mathematician/statistician anyway, why not putting it here?

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