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May 21, 2013, 10:05:53 PM
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Sorry if I hammered your logs for a bit there, is 4 minutes acceptable for get work requests?

I'm putting final touches on a simple WSH script to pick the most profitable request out of the most possible requests, and manage vanitygen based on that. Next I'll add automatic submittal, though I suppose it'll be hard to test.

If anyone's interested in it, I'm fairly interested in donations Wink

Well, if you need to test your scripts, there is always https://vanitypooltest.appspot.com/ , running the same code, just on TestNet. Feel free to abuse that as needed.

And what do you mean by "is 4 minutes acceptable for get work requests"? Asking for new work every 4 minutes? Sending a response within 4 minutes? Something else? At any rate, yes, yes, and you'd need to elaborate.

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May 22, 2013, 12:56:05 AM
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Oh sorry.. I had read fizzisist's "hammering" comments as though they were yours.

I'd like to check up on https://vanitypool.appspot.com/getWork as frequently as is tolerable, seeing as less complex requests will come and go much quicker than the eternal paradoxes which presently dominate the leaderboard. Is 30 seconds cool with you?

Also I might suggest running a secondary pool for case-insensitive searches, which is only a matter of the -i switch on oclvanityminer, and probably a simple quantity to correct pricing for (as opposed to regex work). This could be of greater interest to those looking for firstbits addresses.

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May 22, 2013, 07:20:10 AM
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Many thanks TP!

Okay, it appears to be working (at least at the moment). I am not sure what caused it, but removing some unnecessary logs appears to have helped.

Oh sorry.. I had read fizzisist's "hammering" comments as though they were yours.

I'd like to check up on https://vanitypool.appspot.com/getWork as frequently as is tolerable, seeing as less complex requests will come and go much quicker than the eternal paradoxes which presently dominate the leaderboard. Is 30 seconds cool with you?

Also I might suggest running a secondary pool for case-insensitive searches, which is only a matter of the -i switch on oclvanityminer, and probably a simple quantity to correct pricing for (as opposed to regex work). This could be of greater interest to those looking for firstbits addresses.

That frequency is okay.

I will have to look into allowing for case-insensitivity with the next big update, I have a few features planned already, but am busy working on other things at the moment.

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May 22, 2013, 08:35:15 AM
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Many thanks, the gobittest.appspot.com calculators are working again & congrats on solving another 9 chars after the 1 van addie:

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May 22, 2013, 08:42:44 PM
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Just a note for the future - the FAQ has been updated - https://vanitypool.appspot.com/faq . Two new rules - we will reimburse the first person to report an error on the website that prevents them from submitting their work if they contact us with a proper solution, and a proper solution is base16, not WIF. Later I will add WIF support, but that's not until the next big update.

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May 26, 2013, 01:42:56 PM
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So uhm - how does this work? I want to mine, I got the miner software, what now? Do you get the miner fees for solving them?

EDIT I've also got a problem, want to get one, want to pay, but it tells me to send to :
mp6kXv1sV3GmYuuaynfRcs6DxcncE9qGxt

Which isn't a valid BTC address..

EDIT2 : I found the pattern and other thingies, and know how CMD works, but what is the exact line I need to put in?
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May 26, 2013, 03:49:28 PM
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You'll need to master the command-line flags.

Code:
oclvanitygen -help (to use OpenCL)
or
vanitygen -help
will display the flags for each, you just need to fill them out, something like:

Code:
oclvanitgen -d 0:0 -k -o found.txt -P 5ENTIRE160PRIVATEKEYPART...HERE 1Pattern1 1Pattern2 1Pattern3 . . .

Put the patterns last. Tricks of the trade:

1. Put the command line in a .bat file, as it beats trying to type or paste in the split key

2. Search for as many patterns as you can at a time, in the case of pool mining, that means all of the patterns using the same private key part. it vastly improves the odds of finding any of them.

You can also list patterns in a file, but you'll see that in the help screen.

If and when it finds a pattern (in this case writing it to found.txt), you can manually submit it to the pool to claim the bounty. Instructions for that are on the site.

Also, if oclvanitygen makes your computer so incredibly sluggish that you can't even kill the program, you can let it run, but when you need to use it, click in the cmd window and hit your Pause/Break key, press Enter to resume.

Good luck Smiley

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May 26, 2013, 04:12:59 PM
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You'll need to master the command-line flags.

Code:
oclvanitygen -help (to use OpenCL)
or
vanitygen -help
will display the flags for each, you just need to fill them out, something like:

Code:
oclvanitgen -d 0:0 -k -o found.txt -P 5ENTIRE160PRIVATEKEYPART...HERE 1Pattern1 1Pattern2 1Pattern3 . . .

Put the patterns last. Tricks of the trade:

1. Put the command line in a .bat file, as it beats trying to type or paste in the split key

2. Search for as many patterns as you can at a time, in the case of pool mining, that means all of the patterns using the same private key part. it vastly improves the odds of finding any of them.

You can also list patterns in a file, but you'll see that in the help screen.

If and when it finds a pattern (in this case writing it to found.txt), you can manually submit it to the pool to claim the bounty. Instructions for that are on the site.

Also, if oclvanitygen makes your computer so incredibly sluggish that you can't even kill the program, you can let it run, but when you need to use it, click in the cmd window and hit your Pause/Break key, press Enter to resume.


Good luck Smiley

Ah thanks! I must be an idiot but I can't get it to work, oh well. I only get about 65 keys/s anyhows.
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May 27, 2013, 12:18:18 AM
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So uhm - how does this work? I want to mine, I got the miner software, what now? Do you get the miner fees for solving them?

EDIT I've also got a problem, want to get one, want to pay, but it tells me to send to :
mp6kXv1sV3GmYuuaynfRcs6DxcncE9qGxt

Which isn't a valid BTC address..

EDIT2 : I found the pattern and other thingies, and know how CMD works, but what is the exact line I need to put in?

mp6kXv1sV3GmYuuaynfRcs6DxcncE9qGxt is a TestNet address - are you connected to vanitypooltest.appspot.com (our test website), or vanitypool.appspot.com (our main website)?

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June 21, 2013, 05:42:12 AM
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Hello.
Can you add support of novacoin addresses in your pool?

svost-suse:~/tmp/vanitygen # ./oclvanitygen -t 1 -X 8 4Svost -D 0:0 -D 0:1
Difficulty: 264104224
Pattern: 4Svost                                                               
Address: 4SvostXKDDzYn35WYXKZiGqsLAJjc9CCqt - (short pattern successfully generated and set in a wallet)
Privkey: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX





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June 21, 2013, 05:50:31 AM
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Hello.
Can you add support of novacoin addresses in your pool?

svost-suse:~/tmp/vanitygen # ./oclvanitygen -t 1 -X 8 4Svost -D 0:0 -D 0:1
Difficulty: 264104224
Pattern: 4Svost                                                               
Address: 4SvostXKDDzYn35WYXKZiGqsLAJjc9CCqt - (short pattern successfully generated and set in a wallet)
Privkey: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

The Pool supports any vanity address as long as appropriate net byte is given. Please make sure your work is solvable in a given address space - some addresses cannot be generated with some net bytes. Bounties still have to be paid in Bitcoin.

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June 21, 2013, 06:00:51 AM
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Please make sure your work is solvable in a given address space - some addresses cannot be generated with some net bytes.

svost-suse:~/tmp/vanitygen # ./oclvanitygen -t 1 -X 8 4Balthazar -D 0:0 -D 0:1
Invalid character 'l' in prefix '4Balthazar'

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June 21, 2013, 02:28:34 PM
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Please make sure your work is solvable in a given address space - some addresses cannot be generated with some net bytes.

svost-suse:~/tmp/vanitygen # ./oclvanitygen -t 1 -X 8 4Balthazar -D 0:0 -D 0:1
Invalid character 'l' in prefix '4Balthazar'

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June 21, 2013, 03:34:24 PM
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Please make sure your work is solvable in a given address space - some addresses cannot be generated with some net bytes.

svost-suse:~/tmp/vanitygen # ./oclvanitygen -t 1 -X 8 4Balthazar -D 0:0 -D 0:1
Invalid character 'l' in prefix '4Balthazar'

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"l" is not in the address alphabet because it looks too much like "1" and "i".

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July 30, 2013, 12:13:42 AM
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Hello!

BTW, Is 'Anywho'  pattern  solvable?

FB9600B9C266ABED159AAB06E531C5CC81DEC10FA9BF27D1948">https://vanitypool.appspot.com/check?key=Anywho:0453A073AD8F9EC6E81EC1CE64888A4C0BD100AFD034C4E02D4EC571C97F0A291A36D631F75CFEB FB9600B9C266ABED159AAB06E531C5CC81DEC10FA9BF27D1948

How do I check that?
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July 30, 2013, 05:45:26 AM
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I don't think Anywho is solveable unless it's supposed to mean 1Anywho? Is it another coin besides Bitcoin? Coin that starts with "A" on their addresses?

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July 30, 2013, 07:45:28 AM
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this is the address for a coin with network number 23. https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/List_of_address_prefixes 

but it looks like a valid address for the coin can't start with the combo.

At least my oclvanitygen  v0.22 says that 'Anywho' prefix is not possible for the network.  (while ANywho is possible).

I am affraid that presence of an unsolvable task can block miners' work for the pool.


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July 30, 2013, 06:20:06 PM
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Hi

I haven't read the whole thread so apologies if I have missed something.

I have looked into vanity addresses but couldn't find a couple of bits of info.

If I wanted a 1followed by 7 character address how long would it take and how much would it cost?

Thanks

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August 07, 2013, 07:24:13 AM
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I don't think Anywho is solveable unless it's supposed to mean 1Anywho? Is it another coin besides Bitcoin? Coin that starts with "A" on their addresses?

Hmm, I guess you might be right. I will cancel the work and message the submitter about the refund.

If I wanted a 1followed by 7 character address how long would it take and how much would it cost?

Estimates are on front page of Vanity Pool:

Pattern length   Honest fee   Minimum fee
1-6   0.01   0.01
7   0.14   0.01
8   8.3   0.08
9   480   4.8
10   27862   278
11   1616015   16160

Since those include the starting 1, then you are looking at 8 character patterns - an honest price of about 8.3, minimum of 0.08. Precise price can vary per address (for example, patterns starting with 1 and late letter of the Bitcoin alphabet are more costly).

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August 13, 2013, 03:55:31 AM
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Is the main pool active? i have a 6x 7950 rig that would like to give it a shot with.

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