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July 01, 2012, 10:22:32 AM
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The most remarkable addresses (*) found in the blockchain will be listed below.  


Hall of Fame
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 1234567890123
1EMBARraSSABLezwXrdWu1dDAVMMdJ7Ci2      (2016-01-01: longest real-word prefix - owner: lightlord)

1woukheyeacxfpxtpkxjqxureevdkbywj       (2016-09-02: longest lowercase prefix - owner: ryanc)
19279281759997344NJ2KMcdRZNVT5rHhq      (2013-02-06: longest digits-only prefix  - owner: wtfvanity)
1234mNnAPb8YnCsbacaNhB4BqwxB4U4321      (2016-04-27: 8-character palindrome address - owner: xhomerx10)
1ANoNYMURccWEEGMoMTozTtjBj7CmtRZdb
     (2014-01-24: longest pronounceable prefix - owner: Nikinger)
111111i4VTdHkzFqV2a4jntfZkdVk6B         (2014-10-12: shortest address: 31 characters - owner: HugoTheSpider)



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(*) I will only consider addresses that have an actual owner, not things like:  

1111111111111111111114oLvT2   
1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE      (more info)

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July 01, 2012, 10:58:54 AM
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1Ass8PJDPPYpsCYN8fpVeXegVpb2kXsr21
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July 01, 2012, 11:32:18 AM
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12345678googr7AWKah5kpLnx2h8zDS6NK      (11-char vanity address??)   
7 char vanity address. The "goog" is almost certainly just a coincidence. I can see someone wanting an address starting with 12345678, but why would they go for 12345678goog? There's no way it was deliberate.

1111111111111111111114oLvT2             (21 ones in a row, weird length)
Not a real address, it is literally just the number 0 encoded as a bitcoin address. It's nice that someone's sent some coins to it, though. If those coins ever go anywhere, it'll constitute absolute proof that the whole system is completely broken and we're all doomed.

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1Bitcatty7tP8sd5tbdddHYs33uytFchGD
1BitcatezXGPBGN3DyW7RJqHnUpYXmz6GV

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July 01, 2012, 02:36:26 PM
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not a vanitygen addie

1Pry4HfkjemgeE4mFsQSd2EB7pankRW4uL
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July 01, 2012, 02:40:59 PM
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See Sig?

1MrPonzi - I wasted enough luck on that one... Been screwed ever since...

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July 01, 2012, 03:10:17 PM
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My Casascius Coins website issued a payment address starting with"1Fake" and the customer did not know if he got a real or a test address. Suspicious, he redid his order and paid the new (non-1Fake) address he was issued, then wrote to tell me about it.  The 1Fake address was a real address and a genuine coincidence.

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July 01, 2012, 03:53:26 PM
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I am starting a list of the most bizarre / improbable addresses found in the blockchain.  
 

Any particular address you listed as as probable as any other one. The bizarreness is in our heads.

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July 01, 2012, 04:03:32 PM
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1111111111111111111114oLvT2             (21 ones in a row, weird length)
Not a real address, it is literally just the number 0 encoded as a bitcoin address. It's nice that someone's sent some coins to it, though. If those coins ever go anywhere, it'll constitute absolute proof that the whole system is completely broken and we're all doomed.

This: validateaddress 1111111111111111111114oLvT2
Returns true

It's valid but can't be used?
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July 01, 2012, 04:15:25 PM
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1111111111111111111114oLvT2             (21 ones in a row, weird length)
Not a real address, it is literally just the number 0 encoded as a bitcoin address. It's nice that someone's sent some coins to it, though. If those coins ever go anywhere, it'll constitute absolute proof that the whole system is completely broken and we're all doomed.

This: validateaddress 1111111111111111111114oLvT2
Returns true

It's valid but can't be used?
I think he ment if someone "found" the private key then Bitcoin is doomed as that could possibly conclude that sha256 mechinism is flawed which in turn means the banks are teh sucks and Bitcoin two!
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July 01, 2012, 09:55:35 PM
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My Casascius Coins website issued a payment address starting with"1Fake" and the customer did not know if he got a real or a test address. Suspicious, he redid his order and paid the new (non-1Fake) address he was issued, then wrote to tell me about it.  The 1Fake address was a real address and a genuine coincidence.

Wow Smiley This might be a reason to consider a new feature for future Bitcoin clients: the user could optionally provide a wordlist and the client should make sure that newly generated addresses contain none of the words in that list (something like an inverse vanitygen). Such a list might include only some potentially offensive/confusing terms or even be a whole dictionary to go for sure (cost of checking is negligible due to the low risk of accidental matches). In a professional environment such a feature could be quite useful (you don't want to accidentally present your customer with a payment address like 1UAss or something Wink)
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July 02, 2012, 06:49:56 AM
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This: validateaddress 1111111111111111111114oLvT2
Returns true
It's valid but can't be used?

This corresponds to a public key hash of    0000000000000000000000000000000000000000

This is likely a bug in an experimental client or pool.

It can't be used. If it could, bitcoin would be broken.
So who was so ingenious to send 2 btc to that address?
http://blockchain.info/tx-index/9782374/9fa58b19db15ed4c69b38369e86962ed6479b86f58b1717efcd014c086a3af4a

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July 02, 2012, 07:59:49 PM
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I own the first one (it's in my sig).  It's actually not too crazy for a GPU to produce, but you need regex which isn't supported by GPU-vanitygen.  So, I sent a few of my my idling CPUs (on my mining machines) on that task and found it in a couple weeks.  I think I figured out it should've been like 70 days on average, so I definitely got lucky!  I'm not sure it was really worth all the energy I could've spent trying to find it, but it's not like my CPUs were doing anything useful anyway, and my PSUs are adequately overpowered for the GPU load...

The only problem with the address is that it's so strange that many people don't even recognize it as a real address.  It's disappointing to get messages like "What is 1QBD?". 


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November 03, 2012, 09:42:35 PM
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Here's another one starting with 11 digits. I can't remember seeing such a long digit-only prefix before.
 

126771636553dSrdUytaaims2EfuZZBDRT

[Edit] Found a longer one in the meantime

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November 04, 2012, 04:03:22 PM
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The longest to date generated by ThePiachu's Vanity Pool & thread btw is 9 chars after the initial 1 for 1ELiZABETHdzGTuQeg2RnCcWBMVo3ySfTz that I'd requested as a gift for someone.

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The longest to date generated by ThePiachu's Vanity Pool & thread btw is 9 chars after the initial 1 for 1ELiZABETHdzGTuQeg2RnCcWBMVo3ySfTz that I'd requested as a gift for someone.

Nice! Adding it to the list.

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The longest to date generated by ThePiachu's Vanity Pool & thread btw is 9 chars after the initial 1 for 1ELiZABETHdzGTuQeg2RnCcWBMVo3ySfTz that I'd requested as a gift for someone.

Wow, nice one  Smiley

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November 04, 2012, 04:11:20 PM
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Mine is long, didnt know it was impressive til now though Smiley

1JASiNZxmAN1WBS4dmGEDoPpzN3GV7dnjX

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November 05, 2012, 07:07:02 AM
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This stackexchange question and answer may be of interest:

  http://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/3730/what-is-the-longest-known-vanity-address-generated

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November 05, 2012, 06:37:54 PM
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I don't mean to toot my own horn, but I nominate 1Guy1JarSpEhxb94VYMYRvTMhqbAgdnCtL.

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November 05, 2012, 07:19:34 PM
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My Casascius Coins website issued a payment address starting with"1Fake" and the customer did not know if he got a real or a test address. Suspicious, he redid his order and paid the new (non-1Fake) address he was issued, then wrote to tell me about it.  The 1Fake address was a real address and a genuine coincidence.

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My Casascius Coins website issued a payment address starting with"1Fake" and the customer did not know if he got a real or a test address. Suspicious, he redid his order and paid the new (non-1Fake) address he was issued, then wrote to tell me about it.  The 1Fake address was a real address and a genuine coincidence.

Can I buy this address off of you?

Why would you want his Fake address, when you could just use a vanitygen to get your own Fake address?

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November 05, 2012, 07:41:37 PM
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Check out all the outputs from this transaction:

http://blockchain.info/tx/28ccf29cfcc9f82d42793db770e7c7894d61ccf3d18299f34bda2e54415da287

They read:

Code:
1But1DontWantToGoAmongMadxxxzDmyW6 0.0001 BTC
1Peop1eA1iceRemarkedxxxxxxxxxuLyKu 0.0001 BTC
12ohYouCantHe1pThatxxxxxxxxxzCjyMs 0.0001 BTC
19SaidTheCatWereA11MadHerexxyTvEir 0.0001 BTC
191mMadYoureMadxxxxxxxxxxxxxvwA4Up 0.0001 BTC
1HowDoYouKnow1mMadSaidA1icexxZA4Nr 0.0001 BTC
12YouMustBeSaidTheCatxxxxxxxz2tFa2 0.0001 BTC
12orYouWou1dntHaveComeHerexxvtHbqq 0.0001 BTC
0.0008 BTC

There is a bunch of cool stuff written here:

http://blockchain.info/address/12zEQoozpKCWLVfwxusiLEKLPVQ7mQNAnZ

And my favorite (one that I created) is:

http://blockchain.info/tx/bf40e4a1c2546747bc800a085e7145d921a9f402aaf4040c155ff5d0df9cc999

Which reads:

Code:
11When1DieBuryMeDeepLayTwoXVEY5jv 0.00000001 BTC
11SpeakersAtMyFeetAPairofXXTyrHor 0.00000001 BTC
11HeadphonesonMyHeadAndXXXXYUSvnd 0.00000001 BTC
11ALwaysPLayTheGratefuLDeadWdq4Xo 0.00000001 BTC
0.00000004 BTC

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My Casascius Coins website issued a payment address starting with"1Fake" and the customer did not know if he got a real or a test address. Suspicious, he redid his order and paid the new (non-1Fake) address he was issued, then wrote to tell me about it.  The 1Fake address was a real address and a genuine coincidence.

Can I buy this address off of you?

Why would you want his Fake address, when you could just use a vanitygen to get your own Fake address?

Maybe his Fake address was the first one, so has a "firstbits" of 1fake?

That's the only reason I could think of.

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November 05, 2012, 08:58:28 PM
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Code:
mskwik@mskwik ~ $ ./vanitygen 1Fake
Difficulty: 4476342
Pattern: 1Fake                                                                 
Address: 1FakerW3HiFf8Fz5bYPKApGeguoaY6F1xh
Privkey: 5JxThis1sAReaLPrivateKey111111111111111112zcbiLwEsU

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November 05, 2012, 11:09:56 PM
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1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE (real address)
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1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE (real address)
This is a valid address in that the checksum is correct but I would not call it "real" in the sense that those BTC will ever be recovered - they will never be recovered.



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1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE (real address)
This is a valid address in that the checksum is correct but I would not call it "real" in the sense that those BTC will ever be recovered - they will never be recovered.




Incorrect, they are unlikely be recovered, but not never. THERE IS A CHANCE.

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1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE (real address)
This is a valid address in that the checksum is correct but I would not call it "real" in the sense that those BTC will ever be recovered - they will never be recovered.




Incorrect, they are unlikely be recovered, but not never. THERE IS A CHANCE.
No, there is not.

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1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE (real address)
This is a valid address in that the checksum is correct but I would not call it "real" in the sense that those BTC will ever be recovered - they will never be recovered.


Incorrect, they are unlikely be recovered, but not never. THERE IS A CHANCE.
No, there is not.

Didn't I just get done reading that funds can't be sent to a fake address? That's why I stated that it was real. I wasn't trying to spread FUD. What am I missing?

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1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE (real address)
This is a valid address in that the checksum is correct but I would not call it "real" in the sense that those BTC will ever be recovered - they will never be recovered.


Incorrect, they are unlikely be recovered, but not never. THERE IS A CHANCE.
No, there is not.

Didn't I just get done reading that funds can't be sent to a fake address? That's why I stated that it was real. I wasn't trying to spread FUD. What am I missing?

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So wait, does this mean this address has the possibility be generated, even though it isn't as long as a bitcoin address should be? 1111111111111111111114oLvT2 (It has received funds)
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My Casascius Coins website issued a payment address starting with"1Fake" and the customer did not know if he got a real or a test address. Suspicious, he redid his order and paid the new (non-1Fake) address he was issued, then wrote to tell me about it.  The 1Fake address was a real address and a genuine coincidence.

Can I buy this address off of you?

Why would you want his Fake address, when you could just use a vanitygen to get your own Fake address?

Maybe his Fake address was the first one, so has a "firstbits" of 1fake?

That's the only reason I could think of.

It doesn't have the firstbits if it wasn't used...

The 1fake firstbits, at least according to blockchain.info, is http://blockchain.info/address/1FAkERLT43VNTSX4XYfrSdW547VzjJ8Q3a

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Didn't I just get done reading that funds can't be sent to a fake address? That's why I stated that it was real. I wasn't trying to spread FUD. What am I missing?

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There are two ways to create a valid Bitcoin address, that is, an address that will be accepted by the client and allow you to send BTC to it.

The first way creates a valid address and since the private and public keys are known, the BTC can be recovered and spent:

    1) Create a random private key
    2) Calculate the corresponding public key from the random private key
    3) Calculate the valid corresponding Bitcoin address from the public key

The second way creates a valid address but since the private and public keys not known (and for all practical purposes will never be known in the lifetime of this universe), the BTC can not be recovered and spent:

    1) Create a random bunch of crap, for example: 1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSend
    2) Calculate the correct checksum for the address and put the two together:  1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE

Wala!  You have a valid Bitcoin address but any coins sent to it can never be spent and are forever lost because the address was not created from a valid key pair.

Now, in fact, there are many private/public keypairs that will produce the address 1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE

But your chances of guessing any one of them is so remote that for all practical purposes it is impossible.
    

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So wait, does this mean this address has the possibility be generated, even though it isn't as long as a bitcoin address should be? 1111111111111111111114oLvT2 (It has received funds)

If BTC have been sent to it then this is a valid Bitcoin address.  This is a special case, the hash of the public key is 0.  I would have to check, or someone may know, is this a valid hash of a public key?  If not then there are no keypairs that hash to this address.  If it is a valid hash output then there are many key pairs that will hash to this address.

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November 06, 2012, 01:10:21 AM
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1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE (real address)
This is a valid address in that the checksum is correct but I would not call it "real" in the sense that those BTC will ever be recovered - they will never be recovered.




Incorrect, they are unlikely be recovered, but not never. THERE IS A CHANCE.
No, there is not.

Yes, there is.

You just said so yourself in the above posts!

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So wait, does this mean this address has the possibility be generated, even though it isn't as long as a bitcoin address should be? 1111111111111111111114oLvT2 (It has received funds)

If BTC have been sent to it then this is a valid Bitcoin address.  This is a special case, the hash of the public key is 0.  I would have to check, or someone may know, is this a valid hash of a public key?  If not then there are no keypairs that hash to this address.  If it is a valid hash output then there are many key pairs that will hash to this address.

Like the other data+checksum addresses it is theoretically possible but very unlikely to find a valid private/public keypair that matches it.  One of those small transactions is mine from a bug in subvertx that apparently messed up the output address, wouldn't surprise me if at least some of the others came about the same way.

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November 06, 2012, 01:21:58 AM
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Yes, there is.
You just said so yourself in the above posts!

Homework: 

How many public/private key pairs will hash to a given Bitcoin address?

How many possible public/private key pairs are there?

What is the probability of finding any one of the keypairs for a given Bitcoin address by random chance?

My point is that the chance is so small it is not worth mentioning.  For all practical purposes it is impossible. 

Of course, if you wish, you can hold on to the small possibility that you may find one of the key pairs for an address.  I suggest you look for keypairs to the Bitcoin addresses on this list, to make it worth your time:

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Yes, there is.
You just said so yourself in the above posts!

Homework:  

How many public/private key pairs will hash to a given Bitcoin address?

How many possible public/private key pairs are there?

What is the probability of finding any one of the keypairs for a given Bitcoin address by random chance?

My point is that the chance is so small it is not worth mentioning.  For all practical purposes it is impossible.  

Of course, if you wish, you can hold on to the small possibility that you may find one of the key pairs for an address.  I suggest you look for keypairs to the Bitcoin addresses on this list, to make it worth your time:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=92423.0;topicseen

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You can create any arbitrary address by just putting the right checksum on the end. You will of course not know the private key so anything sent there is unlikely to ever be retrieved.

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You're not suggesting we try to steal right?  Roll Eyes
Yes, I am.  The entire premise of Bitcoin is that you cannot do it so it is OK to test that premise.  If you do manage to do it then I would suggest giving the BTC back to the rightful owner.

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The longest digit-only prefix I'm aware of:

19518695556189xmnSwcFkrP8bjscp714K  

(I actually found that one myself!)
  

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You can create any arbitrary address by just putting the right checksum on the end. You will of course not know the private key so anything sent there is unlikely to ever be retrieved.

Indeed. I've actually edited my post to say I will only consider addresses that have a real owner (ie, a known private key)

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Mine is long, didnt know it was impressive til now though Smiley

1JASiNZxmAN1WBS4dmGEDoPpzN3GV7dnjX

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The longest to date generated by ThePiachu's Vanity Pool & thread btw is 9 chars after the initial 1 for 1ELiZABETHdzGTuQeg2RnCcWBMVo3ySfTz that I'd requested as a gift for someone.
But not the "most difficult" - it is twice as difficult as a normal 9-letter because the "i" can only be lower case. A nine-letter with two "i"s and an "o" - 4x more difficult than that...

Proof of 10: http://blockchain.info/address/1EXEcutaBLEbJEV8BYX4CPbzvb5131zXnQ; not very weird though.

I think "1Fake" wins for completely random happenstance with unintended outcome.

Mine is long, didnt know it was impressive til now though Smiley

1JASiNZxmAN1WBS4dmGEDoPpzN3GV7dnjX

^ I have the private key, got it from vanitygen Smiley

However if you were searching for "jasin", the rest is just something that randomly looks like something, like mine in my sig could be "1bitcoinmeet"...

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19518695556189xmnSwcFkrP8bjscp714K      (longest digit-only prefix found to date - I do own this one!)

Negative, this is the longest digit only prefix now

195579733194698xrh7CqDNfzewa4Y4FHK



Interesting that it starts with the same first 3 numbers and ends with the same case letter.

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Wow! 1QBDLYTDFHHZAABYSKGKPWKLSXZWCCJQBX Thats impressive!

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19518695556189xmnSwcFkrP8bjscp714K      (longest digit-only prefix found to date - I do own this one!)

Negative, this is the longest digit only prefix now

195579733194698xrh7CqDNfzewa4Y4FHK



Interesting that it starts with the same first 3 numbers and ends with the same case letter.

Wow! Can you make an outgoing tx, or sign a message using that address, to show that you do own it?

Did you find it through vanitygen too?

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19518695556189xmnSwcFkrP8bjscp714K      (longest digit-only prefix found to date - I do own this one!)

Negative, this is the longest digit only prefix now

195579733194698xrh7CqDNfzewa4Y4FHK



Interesting that it starts with the same first 3 numbers and ends with the same case letter.

Wow! Can you make an outgoing tx, or sign a message using that address, to show that you do own it?

Did you find it through vanitygen too?

Meh... I can but I'm not going to.

http://blockchain.info/address/195579733194698xrh7CqDNfzewa4Y4FHK

Look at when it was entered into the blockchain and when I posted. I posted before it was even confirmed because I sent the first transaction to it. I did use vanitygen, and haven't imported the key yet. I'll import it later and sign it something for you.

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Lowercase, 3 uppers and a number in it.

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Signed with 1wmhxmoyfmfovsgpzrgqhmmigT3qkxJfR
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HKcWLXtq4ilwvoS9J8Rsj5lnljbcr7rabGPSZjb08XyTFJFyDahY7X1jW+RfiBv+DbpiGyy8M75cXb7DcdPx4oU=


Code:
just numbers
Signed with 195579733194698xrh7CqDNfzewa4Y4FHK
Code:
HAfvlP8JHijm/NDZSKeULNgoMCE3G8cUTy/J+xswPi21q9amsy2RDACYtJRqMGJQQZ0GsnMommbQdslb6NTwVm4=


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1wmhxmoyfmfovsgpzrgqhmmigT3qkxJfR

Lowercase, 3 uppers and a number in it.

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Signed with 1wmhxmoyfmfovsgpzrgqhmmigT3qkxJfR
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HKcWLXtq4ilwvoS9J8Rsj5lnljbcr7rabGPSZjb08XyTFJFyDahY7X1jW+RfiBv+DbpiGyy8M75cXb7DcdPx4oU=


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just numbers
Signed with 195579733194698xrh7CqDNfzewa4Y4FHK
Code:
HAfvlP8JHijm/NDZSKeULNgoMCE3G8cUTy/J+xswPi21q9amsy2RDACYtJRqMGJQQZ0GsnMommbQdslb6NTwVm4=



Excellent! I've updated the list accordingly.

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19279281759997344NJ2KMcdRZNVT5rHhq

17 numbers in the prefix. Should be in the block chain shortly. Unseats the 15 easily. Had to change the regex search I found 17 numbers together in the middle of the address on another one... oops.

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1odfsrirfbxtwjoviseqdnuixwvhsnPbJ

29 lower case letters in a row. Only two uppers and the prefix of 1.

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29 lower case letters in a row. Only two uppers and the prefix of 1.
Pretty.

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29 lower case letters in a row. Only two uppers and the prefix of 1.

Really impressive!
Again, please sign something with it so I can add it to the collection - otherwise it doesn't
make it any different than something like 1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE (which is a
valid address but wasn't "generated" - nobody has the private key for it, see top post)

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1odfsrirfbxtwjoviseqdnuixwvhsnPbJ

29 lower case letters in a row. Only two uppers and the prefix of 1.

Really impressive!
Again, please sign something with it so I can add it to the collection - otherwise it doesn't
make it any different than something like 1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE (which is a
valid address but wasn't "generated" - nobody has the private key for it, see top post)

I'll sign it eventually, already planned on it. Just have to muster up the effort to put the private key in a hot wallet and sign it. Guess I don't even have to do that, could just import it into a virtual machine, sign and destroy the box. Still a lot to muster.

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Address: 1odfsrirfbxtwjoviseqdnuixwvhsnPbJ

Code:
29 letter lowercase

Code:
G3SlzMa3f1bwOv2VclxCCbVdBMiLbkmIX0ScKjA4GB7m1zBMsITSQW92ELKWapgSIIjIvjTJqUkd92TAlWrEDnM=


Address: 19279281759997344NJ2KMcdRZNVT5rHhq

Code:
17 numbers to start

Code:
G0qD75r1iPiY6uHDAzgg/uT20fVcQpgKrTxH5BcBwx3CxvLT0DENHQ1kFWRhF2/opxqTxSCJ0tvq3+k5XLlTlaI=


Tada. I'd really like to find that all lowercase one. The all upper is easier and already found. I'm so friggen close!

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Awesome - List updated. Good luck finding the first all-lowercase address ever Smiley

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Awesome - List updated. Good luck finding the first all-lowercase address ever Smiley

haha thanks, bet I'm not the only one. I wish the GPU version of vanitygen allowed for regex... would be much faster!

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is this cool?

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12345678googr7AWKah5kpLnx2h8zDS6NK      (11-char vanity address??)   
7 char vanity address. The "goog" is almost certainly just a coincidence. I can see someone wanting an address starting with 12345678, but why would they go for 12345678goog? There's no way it was deliberate.


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Very interesting, makes me wish I had a fun/rare address Tongue

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Very interesting, makes me wish I had a fun/rare address Tongue

Makes me wish having the time to look at all my addresses 1 by 1 to try and find these kind of patterns lol

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Very interesting, makes me wish I had a fun/rare address Tongue

Makes me wish having the time to look at all my addresses 1 by 1 to try and find these kind of patterns lol

lol, I don't look at them one by one to find cool ones, I use vanity gen and specifically search for these patterns.

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1LucKPedBpbKF1QR5JPskSEeowm6LapNu9 or black 10 on our website  Cool

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1LucKPedBpbKF1QR5JPskSEeowm6LapNu9 or black 10 on our website  Cool

Fuck dude, I initially read that as Lucky Pedo  Undecided

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is this cool?

1ABCDEFGhSGyyACty7gXC4PvKwjjMEsdVq

You didn't even put that in the block chain.

and someone already has this one https://blockchain.info/address/1ABCDEFGHTs4DtPSNch45cmp3BsDdQP8SV

All upper case, and a-h, and that is the one that has first bits.

If you want to beat that, go a-i and get it in the block chain.

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April 15, 2013, 06:50:14 PM
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is this cool?

1ABCDEFGhSGyyACty7gXC4PvKwjjMEsdVq

You didn't even put that in the block chain.

and someone already has this one https://blockchain.info/address/1ABCDEFGHTs4DtPSNch45cmp3BsDdQP8SV

All upper case, and a-h, and that is the one that has first bits.

If you want to beat that, go a-i and get it in the block chain.

check it out.
https://blockchain.info/address/1ABCDEFGhSGyyACty7gXC4PvKwjjMEsdVq
just made a transacation and put it in the chain, don't want to beat anyone, just feel it kinda cool, thanks for letting me know someone's good job.
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April 15, 2013, 08:01:38 PM
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is this cool?

1ABCDEFGhSGyyACty7gXC4PvKwjjMEsdVq

You didn't even put that in the block chain.

and someone already has this one https://blockchain.info/address/1ABCDEFGHTs4DtPSNch45cmp3BsDdQP8SV

All upper case, and a-h, and that is the one that has first bits.

If you want to beat that, go a-i and get it in the block chain.

check it out.
https://blockchain.info/address/1ABCDEFGhSGyyACty7gXC4PvKwjjMEsdVq
just made a transacation and put it in the chain, don't want to beat anyone, just feel it kinda cool, thanks for letting me know someone's good job.

Your first bits are http://blockchain.info/fb/1abcdefghs

Not too cool, and the one I mentioned is A-H all caps, not a small h...

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April 15, 2013, 08:15:57 PM
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The bitcoin address is hash, right? Is it possible to create a legal address without doing the hash? (not using a seed number) And if I send coins to this address - will the transaction be confirmed. And will I ever be able to get those coins?

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The bitcoin address is hash, right? Is it possible to create a legal address without doing the hash? (not using a seed number) And if I send coins to this address - will the transaction be confirmed. And will I ever be able to get those coins?


Way off topic. But yes, you can create a valid address without knowing the private key. You can send coins to it, and it will be confirmed if it is a real transaction. And no, you will never be able to retrieve those coins. They are lost forever.

Two examples of those are mentioned in the first post.

1111111111111111111114oLvT2   
1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE

Those are valid addresses. You can see people have destroyed bitcoins by sending them to those addresses.

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1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE (real address)
This is a nice one Cheesy

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1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE (real address)
This is a nice one Cheesy
Yes, nice, except it burned the firstbits for 1Bitcoin which is kind of a shame.  But it is a very honest address, warning you that your BTC will be lost forever Smiley

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April 29, 2013, 07:30:04 AM
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7 char vanity address. The "goog" is almost certainly just a coincidence. I can see someone wanting an address starting with 12345678, but why would they go for 12345678goog? There's no way it was deliberate.
Probability says it's very definitely deliberate.  To get "goog" there, assuming any case would do (which is a little generous to your position) the chances of "goog" appearing after 12345678 are 1 in 29*58*58*29 which is 1 in 2.8 million.

I really doubt that's a fluke on a 12345678 address.
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May 10, 2013, 06:43:20 AM
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Surprised that only 9 letters is the current max. I compiled a list of 9 and 10 letter words. Oclvanitygen says I should find a 9 letter word in about 2-4 hours, and a 10 letter word in about 5 days with my 660ti pumping out about 20mkeys/s.



I'll let it run for a few hours while I do my laundry and post what I get Cheesy

Edit: didn't get anything, I'll just let it run, added in -k and -o for a results file... Will post in the morning, should defiantly get some by then.

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Surprised that only 9 letters is the current max. I compiled a list of 9 and 10 letter words. Oclvanitygen says I should find a 9 letter word in about 2-4 hours, and a 10 letter word in about 5 days with my 660ti pumping out about 20mkeys/s.



I'll let it run for a few hours while I do my laundry and post what I get Cheesy

Edit: didn't get anything, I'll just let it run, added in -k and -o for a results file... Will post in the morning, should defiantly get some by then.

Does your list have just a dictionary of words? The record is 9, so you would want just 10 or greater if you plan to beat it. I'm sure that would change the probability a lot.

There is a huge difference between searching for any 9 letter word vs 1dictionary. Are you looking for case sensitive as well? Toss an -i on there and it should go even faster.

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May 10, 2013, 02:01:56 PM
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Surprised that only 9 letters is the current max. I compiled a list of 9 and 10 letter words. Oclvanitygen says I should find a 9 letter word in about 2-4 hours, and a 10 letter word in about 5 days with my 660ti pumping out about 20mkeys/s.



I'll let it run for a few hours while I do my laundry and post what I get Cheesy

Edit: didn't get anything, I'll just let it run, added in -k and -o for a results file... Will post in the morning, should defiantly get some by then.

Does your list have just a dictionary of words? The record is 9, so you would want just 10 or greater if you plan to beat it. I'm sure that would change the probability a lot.

There is a huge difference between searching for any 9 letter word vs 1dictionary. Are you looking for case sensitive as well? Toss an -i on there and it should go even faster.

No, wasn't looking for case sens lol, oops. Ether way, I found these overnight. Record tied Cheesy:

Pattern: 1CoRNCRiBS
Address: 1CoRNCRiBS7Jg1KmRf5r1N7N3LeLg6cMua

Pattern: 1HiCCUPPED
Address: 1HiCCUPPEDPNaLUGVvvC9USMvon1YyHzFq

Pattern: 1ALooFNESS
Address: 1ALooFNESSm1bZbS61DLc6rq4KRZSg61he

Furthermore when I add the -i, it seems it makes way too many words and errors me out:

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May 10, 2013, 03:01:43 PM
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Surprised that only 9 letters is the current max. I compiled a list of 9 and 10 letter words. Oclvanitygen says I should find a 9 letter word in about 2-4 hours, and a 10 letter word in about 5 days with my 660ti pumping out about 20mkeys/s.



I'll let it run for a few hours while I do my laundry and post what I get Cheesy

Edit: didn't get anything, I'll just let it run, added in -k and -o for a results file... Will post in the morning, should defiantly get some by then.

Does your list have just a dictionary of words? The record is 9, so you would want just 10 or greater if you plan to beat it. I'm sure that would change the probability a lot.

There is a huge difference between searching for any 9 letter word vs 1dictionary. Are you looking for case sensitive as well? Toss an -i on there and it should go even faster.

No, wasn't looking for case sens lol, oops. Ether way, I found these overnight. Record tied Cheesy:

Pattern: 1CoRNCRiBS
Address: 1CoRNCRiBS7Jg1KmRf5r1N7N3LeLg6cMua

Pattern: 1HiCCUPPED
Address: 1HiCCUPPEDPNaLUGVvvC9USMvon1YyHzFq

Pattern: 1ALooFNESS
Address: 1ALooFNESSm1bZbS61DLc6rq4KRZSg61he

Furthermore when I add the -i, it seems it makes way too many words and errors me out:


Okay, you've got it tied... no one cares, you weren't the first and not in the block chain. Now do a 10 digit, get it in the chain and sign something proving you had it. If you take all the 9's out, what is your ETA for finding a word? The style that it is finding makes it look like it is already not looking for case sensitive.

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May 10, 2013, 03:29:48 PM
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Sorry, but record not tied by a factor of 100x. I did a 10 character dictionary for a while, the file date is 1/24/2012:

Pattern: 1MoDERNiSMS
Address: 1MoDerniSMsch3tsTEQG69P3toqUvVCTR1
Privkey:
Pattern: 1EXECUTABLE
Address: 1EXEcutaBLEbJEV8BYX4CPbzvb5131zXnQ
Privkey:
Pattern: 1CARETAKERS
Address: 1CArETakERSX8rHjCMyVfQNzTnEBCv7278
Privkey:
Pattern: 1ASPHALTUMS
Address: 1AsPhALtuMs9Ahcvo8bcTdUFUpnAfheZt2
Privkey:
Pattern: 1DARKNESSES
Address: 1DaRKnesseSiSCFDAUS9aP2vaEB6nJVFYo
Privkey:

http://blockexplorer.com/address/1EXEcutaBLEbJEV8BYX4CPbzvb5131zXnQ

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>\vanitygen-0.22-win>vanitygen.exe 1MoDERNiSMS
Difficulty: 170408517192794400
[373.81 Kkey/s][total 3059456][Prob 0.0%][50% in 10019.9y]

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May 10, 2013, 03:35:28 PM
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Okay, you've got it tied... no one cares, you weren't the first and not in the block chain. Now do a 10 digit, get it in the chain and sign something proving you had it. If you take all the 9's out, what is your ETA for finding a word? The style that it is finding makes it look like it is already not looking for case sensitive.

I have no bitcoins to send sadly, one of my friends is trying to show me a way to prove it without sending bitcoins. He's mentioning something about signatures and bla bla.

By the way, I'm not trying to be a dick (never was), so you can cut your prick attitude.

I have two lists of 9 letter words, and 10 letter words.



That's an ETA on case sens 10 letter words. I can't do non case sens because my video card doesn't have enough memory to support a non case search.

Here's a signature proof? I think?

Pattern: 1ALooFNESS
Address: 1ALooFNESSm1bZbS61DLc6rq4KRZSg61he
G6Mm6YwfX77DpPl7aDihZu/pV942vMTG+kVgVQbiRWf2UsX8UePV5AjKoJEn4HKs/i+BaX+0IR6ip+UifpJ51/U=
Sig text= Gadman2 owns this signature

Pattern: 1CoRNCRiBS
Address: 1CoRNCRiBS7Jg1KmRf5r1N7N3LeLg6cMua
HHw5SSUsCT/SxREgrhdUN10j6PaaQHI1c+/7n+X3ehXpY0yDM4wPlRV+K8nweB3THqCBmHko+DU3eRpcXb9AOPI=
Sig text= Gadman2 owns this signature

Pattern: 1HiCCUPPED
Address: 1HiCCUPPEDPNaLUGVvvC9USMvon1YyHzFq
Gyqwh9sBtplWwipejhJVhxbsw9mJRySYl3GXo8JnGCcnSgyODkWT2vK8uz7iERTrw3u9mPZ5mVdBNjy z/QfiyeU=
Sig text= Gadman2 owns this signature

Looks like deepceleron won Cheesy

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*looks at sig*

I have a lot of cool firstbits...
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Sorry, but record not tied by a factor of 100x. I did a 10 character dictionary for a while, the file date is 1/24/2012:

Pattern: 1MoDERNiSMS
Address: 1MoDerniSMsch3tsTEQG69P3toqUvVCTR1
Privkey:
Pattern: 1EXECUTABLE
Address: 1EXEcutaBLEbJEV8BYX4CPbzvb5131zXnQ
Privkey:
Pattern: 1CARETAKERS
Address: 1CArETakERSX8rHjCMyVfQNzTnEBCv7278
Privkey:
Pattern: 1ASPHALTUMS
Address: 1AsPhALtuMs9Ahcvo8bcTdUFUpnAfheZt2
Privkey:
Pattern: 1DARKNESSES
Address: 1DaRKnesseSiSCFDAUS9aP2vaEB6nJVFYo
Privkey:

http://blockexplorer.com/address/1EXEcutaBLEbJEV8BYX4CPbzvb5131zXnQ

For reference:

>\vanitygen-0.22-win>vanitygen.exe 1MoDERNiSMS
Difficulty: 170408517192794400
[373.81 Kkey/s][total 3059456][Prob 0.0%][50% in 10019.9y]



By the way, I'm not trying to be a dick (never was), so you can cut your prick attitude.

Yeah, deep celeron has you salughtered with his 10 characters and his are in he block chain.

No one is being a prick, you just haven't followed everything in the first post for the hall of fame addresses. You need it in a block chain and you need to sign something proving it is yours.

Signature proof will provide the address, text that you are signing, and then the signature. If those are signatures below, I need to know what text you signed to verify it. But first you need the first bits in the block chain, can be a single satoshi.


Deep celeron, sign your earliest address so OP can put it in there for longest vanity so far.

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May 10, 2013, 04:06:19 PM
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Deep celeron, sign your earliest address so OP can put it in there for longest vanity so far.

The most remarkable / cool addresses (*) found in the blockchain will be listed below.  

It's in the blockchain, he just hasn't "found" it...

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May 10, 2013, 04:07:54 PM
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The text that I was signing was "Gadman2 owns this signature"

I don't know much about it either way. I just found it interesting to see how hardcore I could pump my gtx into it. Saw that the current record to OP was only 9 letters, and figured I'd give it a shot to attempt to break or tie it. deepceleron has it beat by a letter, now I should attempt a 11 letter word Cheesy


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May 10, 2013, 05:08:12 PM
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"1bitcoin" was wasted on the bitcoineater, but I nabbed firstbits "1bitcoins". Somebody had to get it.
I could have waited until I found a better looking address, but it took long enough to find this:

Code:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Bitcoin\daemon
#bitcoind importprivkey 5JXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 1bitcoins

C:\Program Files (x86)\Bitcoin\daemon
#bitcoind signmessage 1BiTCoinSNU2BMzf2cN2TK4yzPUA6CnTAd deepceleron
HL5QyzfI9Gp3owXa+d91xVN1zzW8p1XMU+Hn8IvKdifEFcdRcoYZQqfTECS4OypRnetwVs9x+k1fKeIFmAsw6n8=

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May 10, 2013, 07:25:32 PM
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"1bitcoin" was wasted on the bitcoineater, but I nabbed firstbits "1bitcoins". Somebody had to get it.
I could have waited until I found a better looking address, but it took long enough to find this:

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C:\Program Files (x86)\Bitcoin\daemon
#bitcoind importprivkey 5JXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 1bitcoins

C:\Program Files (x86)\Bitcoin\daemon
#bitcoind signmessage 1BiTCoinSNU2BMzf2cN2TK4yzPUA6CnTAd deepceleron
HL5QyzfI9Gp3owXa+d91xVN1zzW8p1XMU+Hn8IvKdifEFcdRcoYZQqfTECS4OypRnetwVs9x+k1fKeIFmAsw6n8=

I like this one a lot. Congrats. I don't know if OP is still around, but this one should be added IMHO.

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May 10, 2013, 08:33:38 PM
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I've added 1Executable to the list. Will review the others later.

I've also added a new category for palindromic addresses (with symmetrical first and last characters)
The current record (123XjDj2ZQwgogCBZkYDrvUQBCR14ZJ321) shouldn't be too hard to beat...

And another new category for the longest pronounceable prefix (doesn't have to be a real English word)
Current record holder: 1ELECeJompinDox61L73eAUyaWpe3Q5HZB

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May 18, 2013, 11:22:33 AM
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1otohotohMoQoxHuxLBveQiZcV3Pji3Tc

What about this address?

Awesome! Wink though actually only an 8 char after the 1 addie, but sorta neat how it carries on the -o- theme nicely & I like the Hux bit too.

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May 18, 2013, 02:36:12 PM
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1otohotohMoQoxHuxLBveQiZcV3Pji3Tc

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Added! Smiley

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May 21, 2013, 05:55:04 PM
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Very glad that you liked it Smiley

Here's perhaps a new type to add to THoF, the shortest address as in with least number of characters, like these 32 char addresses:

11111PXVCnuZsHwrHTn3ukmsadDEfzxs
111114YNgH3Pkj8dgZ3zP7DLC4jHzNQz
11111enRSTZqB4Y77sa9rWMKzANNxbCw

According to this post (& the replies to it) the limit gets for between 34 & 27 chars apparently, with 34 being by far the most common & the shorter it is then the rarer it would be.

Another category could be perhaps, the shortest address - because it had the most narrow type chars, ie: 1jjjjjjjj... (I haven't experimented yet to see which other chars if any may make for a tighter address.

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May 22, 2013, 03:26:44 AM
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I just got 1sgtspike (finally) after a few weeks of searching for it.
1SgTspiKe5HHkjdSeD72q9WsiJhRiaxf9
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May 22, 2013, 08:39:34 AM
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A second 9-chars after the 1 van addie with proper case from: https://vanitypool.appspot.com/

1AUSTRALiApPytKTdRmvEyuGLxQFjsbhL2

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May 22, 2013, 12:40:24 PM
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A second 9-chars after the 1 van addie with proper case from: https://vanitypool.appspot.com/

1AUSTRALiApPytKTdRmvEyuGLxQFjsbhL2
and only one digit.  I am impressed.

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May 23, 2013, 09:31:42 PM
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A few other 9-chars.

1ArGUMEnTsZvthWQj6yP6p6BG89nMQVZ1m
1gigaByteSVzV6B7aoPdysVaYNfkh87si
1LeGEnDARybygawrtfUHksViPp3kmaw4fM
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May 24, 2013, 12:41:18 PM
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I`ve been working on a big dictionary and here is what i got
Pattern: 1municipaL
Pattern: 1accurate
Pattern: 1activist
Pattern: 1anything
Pattern: 1backyard
Pattern: 1basebaLL
Pattern: 1Canadian
Pattern: 1ceremony
Pattern: 1MaryAnne
Pattern: 1ABRAHAM
Pattern: 1pregnant



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June 02, 2013, 11:52:24 PM
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Ten letters, initial cap:

Address: 1BoyishnessfwHq3wSkCkJ7iafUdjhghfU
Message: ryanc has the private key for this address
Signature: HNXprtkKxbjNzUEXJk/B+8z4MbyXnVrdZ+n+ZsmIHMTWm7DywDsXR9HymjMZYnHHrhBUxVVhwNM8l12A0GBLXCU=

bitcoind verifymessage 1BoyishnessfwHq3wSkCkJ7iafUdjhghfU HNXprtkKxbjNzUEXJk/B+8z4MbyXnVrdZ+n+ZsmIHMTWm7DywDsXR9HymjMZYnHHrhBUxVVhwNM8l12A0GBLXCU= 'ryanc has the private key for this address'

In the block chain:

https://blockchain.info/tx/168c7062b66ab089842e0a98aa8955da7207fbed93930118de2e74f6394f5f68

Also, 1Methioninejxahkk89KXoTjDXX8MbQ74G is in that transaction.
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June 10, 2013, 04:56:51 PM
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is this cool?

1ABCDEFGhSGyyACty7gXC4PvKwjjMEsdVq

You didn't even put that in the block chain.

and someone already has this one https://blockchain.info/address/1ABCDEFGHTs4DtPSNch45cmp3BsDdQP8SV

All upper case, and a-h, and that is the one that has first bits.

If you want to beat that, go a-i and get it in the block chain.

check it out.
https://blockchain.info/address/1ABCDEFGhSGyyACty7gXC4PvKwjjMEsdVq
just made a transacation and put it in the chain, don't want to beat anyone, just feel it kinda cool, thanks for letting me know someone's good job.

Your first bits are http://blockchain.info/fb/1abcdefghs

Not too cool, and the one I mentioned is A-H all caps, not a small h...

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June 10, 2013, 04:59:25 PM
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1 to 9 consecutive digits-only prefix van addie from: https://vanitypool.appspot.com/

123456789rceSbLWwKFY6v3T1TVnq5zWmA

Owner: Otoh

btw the hall of fame-ers: 1otohotohMoQoxHuxLBveQiZcV3Pji3Tc & 1ELiZABETHdzGTuQeg2RnCcWBMVo3ySfTz are also both pool generated & owned by me (the 1ELiZ addie will be a gift for my neice in the future).

Edit to add, as you were also looking for 'cool addresses' - I own this one, also pool generated: 1Duuuude1jup761HS2yjjoJgrfZaQFb9u5 Cool

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June 10, 2013, 05:22:48 PM
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What constitutes a rare address?

Would a 1Remember be one?

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June 10, 2013, 05:28:35 PM
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I got a Casascius coin starting with 133T. Happy coincidence, makes me feel elite Tongue

133ToRyyqtacUw1A89uBBpEQn6UknGx4ts

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I got a Casascius coin starting with 133T. Happy coincidence, makes me feel elite Tongue

133ToRyyqtacUw1A89uBBpEQn6UknGx4ts

Me too, but with extra leet speak of a 7 for the T.
I got these two from Casascius:

1337qbfsHGxvzN6wrckdFoBniMdTRyt9qE

1337YWoEf5PP4V9sbP8gXTHmt621pZgyCu

Edit: re what constitutes a rare address, see OP & some of this thread for more info, 1Remember is nice but not exceptionally rare, 1Remembers would be impressive having 9 chars with proper case after the initial 1, there have only having been a couple of these so far (they didn't have Initial capital letter followed by only small case either which may be rarer or a new category for the hall of fame) & 1Remembered would be unique to date in having 10 proper case chars after the 1.

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June 10, 2013, 07:24:30 PM
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Well, I've been dying for a 1Rememberme or even 1RememberMe.

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June 11, 2013, 02:43:06 AM
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This is one of my donation address
1MERCYquxNLcz5JY1E61MCHj8m3pYcrgf5
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June 11, 2013, 03:44:13 AM
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This is discrimintation!  I demand 1AnusAnusAnusAnusAnusAnusAnrqqary be in the list.  Just because I don't have the private key for it doesn't mean it's not worthy!

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June 12, 2013, 04:22:06 PM
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Ten letters, initial cap:

Address: 1BoyishnessfwHq3wSkCkJ7iafUdjhghfU
Message: ryanc has the private key for this address
Signature: HNXprtkKxbjNzUEXJk/B+8z4MbyXnVrdZ+n+ZsmIHMTWm7DywDsXR9HymjMZYnHHrhBUxVVhwNM8l12A0GBLXCU=

bitcoind verifymessage 1BoyishnessfwHq3wSkCkJ7iafUdjhghfU HNXprtkKxbjNzUEXJk/B+8z4MbyXnVrdZ+n+ZsmIHMTWm7DywDsXR9HymjMZYnHHrhBUxVVhwNM8l12A0GBLXCU= 'ryanc has the private key for this address'

In the block chain:

https://blockchain.info/tx/168c7062b66ab089842e0a98aa8955da7207fbed93930118de2e74f6394f5f68

Also, 1Methioninejxahkk89KXoTjDXX8MbQ74G is in that transaction.

New record, added!

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August 08, 2013, 03:16:34 PM
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New record coming up. Made a large compilation of all 11 letter through 15 plus letter words in the English dictionary. Searching for all of them at a time. Of course though, some words overlap.



The hunt is on Cheesy

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August 15, 2013, 06:04:40 PM
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11 letter English word found Smiley

Pattern: 1ANNUNCiATED
Address: 1ANNuNCiAtEd6WM7trY2AExbEThSu5YNJu

Record broke by a factor of 50x

For reference:



https://blockchain.info/search/df6c06cf11b17a95660bd72ce6a00a79873479814496c9d5ed9b724e4cb3665d (whenever it gets in the chain, I really don't know how long it's going to take. I attempted several times to send myself a small micro amount and it's just taking forever to get confirmations. I don't know if it goes in order or whatever, but the transactions are going one by one, only one gets confirmations at a time. Either way, it will be up there soon in the next few hours)

Oh, here's a signature of it, maybe that will prove it faster Smiley

HFwOUCqwM/UAUCgetGoKmGrWr4hdrRHOjX2cGIbs1ts2G1oMV2R7eVXIDkgfxlc19XLcT5e77Tslfvmpi2fYXG8=

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11 letter English word found Smiley

Pattern: 1ANNUNCiATED
Address: 1ANNuNCiAtEd6WM7trY2AExbEThSu5YNJu

Record broke by a factor of 50x

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https://blockchain.info/search/df6c06cf11b17a95660bd72ce6a00a79873479814496c9d5ed9b724e4cb3665d (whenever it gets in the chain)
The "for reference" should show the non-caps sensitive time (-i switch) though.
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August 15, 2013, 06:07:53 PM
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The "for reference" should show the non-caps sensitive time (-i switch) though.

Nobody told that to deepceleron when he did the same a page or two back Sad

Either way:


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The "for reference" should show the non-caps sensitive time (-i switch) though.

Nobody told that to deepceleron when he did the same a page or two back Sad

Either way:


Well, he should have done it that way too!  Tongue

19.9 years is impressive odds to find it now!
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August 16, 2013, 02:31:32 AM
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11 letter English word found Smiley

Pattern: 1ANNUNCiATED
Address: 1ANNuNCiAtEd6WM7trY2AExbEThSu5YNJu

Record broke by a factor of 50x

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https://blockchain.info/search/df6c06cf11b17a95660bd72ce6a00a79873479814496c9d5ed9b724e4cb3665d (whenever it gets in the chain)
The "for reference" should show the non-caps sensitive time (-i switch) though.

I was going to say but he found the exact match, and then looked closer and spotted the lowercase u, t and d.

Damn, a match on a 10,000 year estimate would have been impressive!

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August 16, 2013, 11:33:11 AM
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I like my signature address. Qualify for rare address hall of fame, maybe. The Me was just a lucky coincidence.
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August 16, 2013, 12:06:46 PM
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I like my signature address too Cheesy

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August 16, 2013, 04:50:03 PM
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Op won't update thread :-(

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I quite like mine, I should really donate it to Mike Hearn (creator of bitcoinj) but I'm not sure he'd trust me not to keep the private key, also the address has a lot of old taint on it.

1B1TcoiNJA46zUj1VdgQ5vNVXzfz6xzPSW

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Op won't update thread :-(

Record updated, congratulations!

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I quite like mine, I should really donate it to Mike Hearn (creator of bitcoinj) but I'm not sure he'd trust me not to keep the private key, also the address has a lot of old taint on it.

1B1TcoiNJA46zUj1VdgQ5vNVXzfz6xzPSW

cheers very nice code for this as its currency

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August 17, 2013, 09:03:45 PM
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Bitcoin address:   1DobZomBiE2gngvy6zDFKY5b76yvDbqRra

That took me a few weeks to generate that one  Grin

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November 04, 2013, 03:25:21 AM
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got my all-uppercase bitcoin address today!!! And it begins GUN, a readable and powerful word!!! Like it very much!!!

1GUNWFCVBZFPCFKBUGEFNAUXPJSUUXUFFY
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November 04, 2013, 03:59:22 AM
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What did you do to search for it. Like what flags?

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November 04, 2013, 03:01:37 PM
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got my all-uppercase bitcoin address today!!! And it begins GUN, a readable and powerful word!!! Like it very much!!!

1GUNWFCVBZFPCFKBUGEFNAUXPJSUUXUFFY

Nice, you're not the first one with it like that, but definitely cool.

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November 15, 2013, 09:40:09 PM
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Introducing a new category of oddities: unusually short addresses. There are extremely rare.

Example:

Code:
111JBiUzfCz8zcehARF9DBhd7D8wsEWG        (32-character address - owner: flatfly)
12345678901234567890123456789012

Proof of ownership:

Message:
This rare address is only 32 characters long.

Signature:
HOMVCVk1NnskQUUIP4fYrWnf3uIMcJ6InKS/2TiKsuC7KE9EyK78TvSTMX2n9IDew7VD0KJPBXSdzdxzJdulLuc=

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November 15, 2013, 10:34:44 PM
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This rare address is only 32 characters long.

Not so rare..

Addresses shorter than 33 characters will start with one or more "1"s. A leading 1 in a Bitcoin address represents a direct encoding of a leading 00h byte in the underlying hash. The reason all Bitcoin addresses start with 1 is because the network ID byte of Bitcoin is 00.

I just made some 32 character addresses:
Address:
11111PXVCnuZsHwrHTn3ukmsadDEfzxs
111114YNgH3Pkj8dgZ3zP7DLC4jHzNQz
11111enRSTZqB4Y77sa9rWMKzANNxbCw


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November 15, 2013, 10:57:47 PM
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This rare address is only 32 characters long.

Not so rare..

Addresses shorter than 33 characters will start with one or more "1"s. A leading 1 in a Bitcoin address represents a direct encoding of a leading 00h byte in the underlying hash. The reason all Bitcoin addresses start with 1 is because the network ID byte of Bitcoin is 00.

I just made some 32 character addresses:
Address:
11111PXVCnuZsHwrHTn3ukmsadDEfzxs
111114YNgH3Pkj8dgZ3zP7DLC4jHzNQz
11111enRSTZqB4Y77sa9rWMKzANNxbCw


Damn! Then I guess the search for the 31-character address is on...

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just got these today lol 18888888H1bDXiCGdKd7jSswk7ycZdDh5o  and 144444442YMEMCnwtU6WW7eAeH2jbMLDX8

i think they look awesome

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January 24, 2014, 03:43:57 AM
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Has anyone beat my 11 letter one?

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Has anyone beat my 11 letter one?

working on it  Wink

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1HcKWr3hHXWmCUNTyFTonf1fZxLeUSDysy

Non vanity, I don't think I have to put it in bold but if you can't find it 1HcKWr3hHXWmCUNTyFTonf1fZxLeUSDysy

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1ANoNYMURccWEEGMoMTozTtjBj7CmtRZdb
21 chars pronounceable I think (Read it like A-No-NY-MURc-cWEEG-MoM-TozT). If "zT" is not valid here, then it's still 20 chars.
Code:
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Code:
HCCpG8WMCSIIsD3UsXw9GBxpPhytcXL3iM4X7/UICPXv5Lw0g1Wu0Vu8o63fyaO7LvSuxybkS49pJwRm4b14dQw=

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1ANoNYMURccWEEGMoMTozTtjBj7CmtRZdb
21 chars pronounceable I think (Read it like A-No-NY-MURc-cWEEG-MoM-TozT). If "zT" is not valid here, then it's still 20 chars.
Code:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=90982.120 - This address belongs to Nikinger
Code:
HCCpG8WMCSIIsD3UsXw9GBxpPhytcXL3iM4X7/UICPXv5Lw0g1Wu0Vu8o63fyaO7LvSuxybkS49pJwRm4b14dQw=

I don't think that is a word or phrase.  Not English anyway.  What were you searching for?

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1ANoNYMURccWEEGMoMTozTtjBj7CmtRZdb
21 chars pronounceable I think (Read it like A-No-NY-MURc-cWEEG-MoM-TozT). If "zT" is not valid here, then it's still 20 chars.
Code:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=90982.120 - This address belongs to Nikinger
Code:
HCCpG8WMCSIIsD3UsXw9GBxpPhytcXL3iM4X7/UICPXv5Lw0g1Wu0Vu8o63fyaO7LvSuxybkS49pJwRm4b14dQw=


im pretty sure thats not a word lmao

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1ANoNYMURccWEEGMoMTozTtjBj7CmtRZdb
21 chars pronounceable I think (Read it like A-No-NY-MURc-cWEEG-MoM-TozT). If "zT" is not valid here, then it's still 20 chars.
Code:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=90982.120 - This address belongs to Nikinger
Code:
HCCpG8WMCSIIsD3UsXw9GBxpPhytcXL3iM4X7/UICPXv5Lw0g1Wu0Vu8o63fyaO7LvSuxybkS49pJwRm4b14dQw=


im pretty sure thats not a word lmao

It's a perfectly cromulent word.

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I was searching for the prefix 1ANoNYM but ended with 1ANoNYMURccWEEGMoMTozTtjBj7CmtRZdb.
I don't claim that "ANoNYMURccWEEGMoMTozT" is a valid English word but it's still pronounceable I think (like "otohotohMoQoxHux")

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1HcKWr3hHXWmCUNTyFTonf1fZxLeUSDysy

Non vanity, I don't think I have to put it in bold but if you can't find it 1HcKWr3hHXWmCUNTyFTonf1fZxLeUSDysy

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cunty even

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1HcKWr3hHXWmCUNTyFTonf1fZxLeUSDysy

Non vanity, I don't think I have to put it in bold but if you can't find it 1HcKWr3hHXWmCUNTyFTonf1fZxLeUSDysy

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cunty even

Sweet! I have a new favourite Urban Scrabble word.

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I was searching for the prefix 1ANoNYM but ended with 1ANoNYMURccWEEGMoMTozTtjBj7CmtRZdb.
I don't claim that "ANoNYMURccWEEGMoMTozT" is a valid English word but it's still pronounceable I think (like "otohotohMoQoxHux")

Accepted!
I will update the list later.

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just got a 10 letter vanity address i think i belong in the hall of fame Tongue

1DismisSiNG6fZa6DT942tMTAEPUnvAcTH

is it worthy?

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i know it doesn't compare to the crazy addresses in this thread, but i got this one on blockchain.info i thought it was cool, so i imported in my wallet and i've had it ever since.

1337xmR8JRzwKonFgd17dhVo9NHQiP7875


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just got a 10 letter vanity address i think i belong in the hall of fame Tongue

1DismisSiNG6fZa6DT942tMTAEPUnvAcTH

is it worthy?
Nope. Done.

I wrote a regex to find pronounceable words. It's gonna beat anything previously posted, but these kind of addresses are kinda stupid anyway (although slightly amusing):
1KowkAcuYhugbAKKavyuakVAdSAXdZUzUX
1EizEkwUagUnbAhFiorWUPanzEPfSzyuE9
1NetYaBUgETpaNATrAnijuoyWopWRQP6u8
1ArAynabdoDhownimbaEyuKSpWtSPLKt7c
1EYWoonutePCUtiFWEDSANoRFEYdEXt9LT
1ATeYimUgFucnAhWoELWUCJaAftNooQmeh
1AuhDoAciNdEayudoZepeeZniMdaZnpMEc
1EKUatYeEZeaLgEyVekUdpocEpFjjeCLoR
1HoCkiseFpuRdAEeKRoVupBiASAciR9PBM

try this and watch the nonsense spit out:
vanitygen64.exe -k -o pronout.txt -r "^1[^aeiouqxAEIOUQX1-9]?[aeiouAEIOU][aeiouAEIOU]?[aeiouAEIOU]?[^aeiouqxAEIOUQX1-9][^aeiouqxAEIOUQX1-9]?[aeiouAEIOU][aeiouAEIOU]?[aeiouAEIOU]?[^aeiouqxAEIOUQX1-9][^aeiouqxAEIOUQX1-9]?[aeiouAEIOU][aeiouAEIOU]?[aeiouAEIOU]?[^aeiouqxAEIOUQX1-9][^aeiouqxAEIOUQX1-9]?[aeiouAEIOU][aeiouAEIOU]?[aeiouAEIOU]?[^aeiouqxAEIOUQX1-9][^aeiouqxAEIOUQX1-9]?[aeiouAEIOU][aeiouAEIOU]?[aeiouAEIOU]?[^aeiouqxAEIOUQX1-9][^aeiouqxAEIOUQX1-9]?[aeiouAEIOU][aeiouAEIOU]?[aeiouAEIOU]?[^aeiouqxAEIOUQX1-9][^aeiouqxAEIOUQX1-9]?[aeiouAEIOU][aeiouAEIOU]?[aeiouAEIOU]?[^aeiouqxAEIOUQX1-9][^aeiouqxAEIOUQX1-9]?[aeiouAEIOU][aeiouAEIOU]?[aeiouAEIOU]?[^aeiouqxAEIOUQX1-9][^aeiouqxAEIOUQX1-9]?[aeiouAEIOU][A-Za-z]{3}"

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Where is the best / safest place to make a vanity address and how exactly does this process work so that the user knows that their address is secure in the end?

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I wish I had one of those!! WIth the btc hahah
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Where is the best / safest place to make a vanity address and how exactly does this process work so that the user knows that their address is secure in the end?

Mine have all been generated here so far: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=84569.0;all

The thread explains why they are secure, for instance this one has constantly had coins on it for nearly one year now & the private key remains secure to me:

https://blockchain.info/address/1otohotohMoQoxHuxLBveQiZcV3Pji3Tc

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Yippee - I made it!!

I created a 31 character only bitcoin address:

111111i4VTdHkzFqV2a4jntfZkdVk6B
1234567890123456789012345678901


Proof (Format 1, electrum):
Message:
Code:
The person who owns the bitcointalk account "HugoTheSpider" controls the 31 character long bitcoin address "111111i4VTdHkzFqV2a4jntfZkdVk6B"
Signature:
Code:
HEWtl8rKYYQ+1rGQNgFS7Wkj9at17U/5XY6S3csqD2Bbdz8cNiaiealts1CjGk0teGVArrYCenoDlOgcR1vwB3M=

Proof (Format 2, brainwallet.org):
Code:
-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
The person who owns the bitcointalk account "HugoTheSpider" controls the 31 character long bitcoin address "111111i4VTdHkzFqV2a4jntfZkdVk6B"
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
111111i4VTdHkzFqV2a4jntfZkdVk6B
HEWtl8rKYYQ+1rGQNgFS7Wkj9at17U/5XY6S3csqD2Bbdz8cNiaiealts1CjGk0teGVArrYCenoDlOgcR1vwB3M=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----

I ran a SQL command against my local bitcoin database to see how rare 31 character bitcoin addresses really are.

If my program code made no errors:

Anyone confirm?

Full list of 31 char bitcoin addresses (count = 56):
Code:
11111111LeonhardEu1er111126nxjP
11111111k111111111111111XV7PT9D
11111111w1111111111111111YyEFv6
11111pFBik2fmivGGRN9LHkpnCjw615
11111111113qcG1Zzhev6zwHkT6KSgz
11111111wkCcmEDqzjQ5Le7PSxa3NPC
11111111114Lju43GJyVnshuEQre15q
1111111112HRvLssPwbQyp19zXZvnEQ
11111osx23iVHAFJK1WfWYvLwyW3xat
11111113QZnEeKSTiEcnykjjmBY9iZb
11111111117uXnx2Dq91CuBa8yZSLjw
111111199ekhTRQBfinaytQkzXFuNR2
1111111D5v7zoNdZp1Qya7jo11XuZpU
11111113RdG935ESipHd5K6NhoJ9Knd
111111111112Dk8JJnSyoANH4Ayc8ht
111111111BgPnqHLsmrfjSAVn8cLCAg
11111113ZHabTS4G6gBXgqj2DbSLgiH
111111BhhauVhysdcVAcTDskuwG7NrK
111111CKu8Cd1avKVX6XrccgoEK5ER7
11111pEUYJnqFWjox7WyAKi3MJ62SYy
11111osKnJFY1rFAoRUKKtq9BH1vCrT
11111113RdGAdFkP9r96vbWvH8UAVDJ
111111Bhh3pU9gLXZiNE2rioEoV4gt7
11111111113UMudt6u3qhLS4bt5pja8
11111pEbmSWqJdBuPagXCTV5VNvvTgU
11111111D9WeSohur9MH23FnaBRBrbC
1111111mPNW4AXMfnH4vXpbMMp38eSf
11111111113oujAkaqx1yoogZirj14K
111111112PtAhKwEsTVjsf34w5CwrNy
11111pEbmSWqJdBuPagXCTV5VDzghL8
111111116fWzSjXSFxtqkTggiTuyKZ5
11111111FAurUHNHjJys9WYXPRtVgok
11111118RaTXhWSpgcPxEV1B6G9s5tb
11111118Fmh6W8LcKPuAKg2u2qohPKL
1111111S11NYahLV3hpApnAHjmtPLsS
111111ZmUg6VnxyTqEJnWbmYCbARsb3
111111112dyNc8CgfGwc4iASFMW1f9k
11111111112J7CHvNXZaUpkd3LKFbyE
11111111113UMudt6u3qhLS4LwRhUDF
1111111116iWLqga1tnmomY5A3W6GpR
111111111BumHKnZ2jXw2mbmHrRwJ3h
111111111BumHKnZ2jXw2mctsAQmjGg
111111111DQ3j83NP3qKjb3dJpgi2N4
11111111RA6syvuJXKHBNcgVwybX3N6
1111111Ad7fCsFmbuUsUUjCMcq84Bu7
11111113SAzjs4PkDUmsKtq5wVkrXmJ
111111CKkQZC38oo9AHkYARP1equmpi
11111111118ADdsekau8vX1NUt6SyhC
111111111XUruorPdUKuXKfFwCjXEvF
11111111gF4bNCy7Ws7Ze6PC3GhPYPw
111111Bd1eZ29F3wP36yhH75YSioTyB
11111osx23iVHGzuWdFrbcNAUXcACyE
11111111114MiiYqMagM5nbPJDrjDvv
111111111YbTdq3229Dox5VjYpgfkhP
111111BcxtWXq5CMZMRBG1bFhzB9RRX
111111i4VTdHkzFqV2a4jntfZkdVk6B

111111i4VTdHkzFqV2a4jntfZkdVk6B <-- only 31 chars
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October 12, 2014, 10:50:36 PM
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Yippee - I made it!!

I created a 31 character only bitcoin address:

111111i4VTdHkzFqV2a4jntfZkdVk6B
1234567890123456789012345678901


Proof (Format 1, electrum):
Message:
Code:
The person who owns the bitcointalk account "HugoTheSpider" controls the 31 character long bitcoin address "111111i4VTdHkzFqV2a4jntfZkdVk6B"
Signature:
Code:
HEWtl8rKYYQ+1rGQNgFS7Wkj9at17U/5XY6S3csqD2Bbdz8cNiaiealts1CjGk0teGVArrYCenoDlOgcR1vwB3M=

Proof (Format 2, brainwallet.org):
Code:
-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
The person who owns the bitcointalk account "HugoTheSpider" controls the 31 character long bitcoin address "111111i4VTdHkzFqV2a4jntfZkdVk6B"
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
111111i4VTdHkzFqV2a4jntfZkdVk6B
HEWtl8rKYYQ+1rGQNgFS7Wkj9at17U/5XY6S3csqD2Bbdz8cNiaiealts1CjGk0teGVArrYCenoDlOgcR1vwB3M=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----

I ran a SQL command against my local bitcoin database to see how rare 31 character bitcoin addresses really are.

If my program code made no errors:

Anyone confirm?

Full list of 31 char bitcoin addresses (count = 56):
Code:
11111111LeonhardEu1er111126nxjP
11111111k111111111111111XV7PT9D
11111111w1111111111111111YyEFv6
11111pFBik2fmivGGRN9LHkpnCjw615
11111111113qcG1Zzhev6zwHkT6KSgz
11111111wkCcmEDqzjQ5Le7PSxa3NPC
11111111114Lju43GJyVnshuEQre15q
1111111112HRvLssPwbQyp19zXZvnEQ
11111osx23iVHAFJK1WfWYvLwyW3xat
11111113QZnEeKSTiEcnykjjmBY9iZb
11111111117uXnx2Dq91CuBa8yZSLjw
111111199ekhTRQBfinaytQkzXFuNR2
1111111D5v7zoNdZp1Qya7jo11XuZpU
11111113RdG935ESipHd5K6NhoJ9Knd
111111111112Dk8JJnSyoANH4Ayc8ht
111111111BgPnqHLsmrfjSAVn8cLCAg
11111113ZHabTS4G6gBXgqj2DbSLgiH
111111BhhauVhysdcVAcTDskuwG7NrK
111111CKu8Cd1avKVX6XrccgoEK5ER7
11111pEUYJnqFWjox7WyAKi3MJ62SYy
11111osKnJFY1rFAoRUKKtq9BH1vCrT
11111113RdGAdFkP9r96vbWvH8UAVDJ
111111Bhh3pU9gLXZiNE2rioEoV4gt7
11111111113UMudt6u3qhLS4bt5pja8
11111pEbmSWqJdBuPagXCTV5VNvvTgU
11111111D9WeSohur9MH23FnaBRBrbC
1111111mPNW4AXMfnH4vXpbMMp38eSf
11111111113oujAkaqx1yoogZirj14K
111111112PtAhKwEsTVjsf34w5CwrNy
11111pEbmSWqJdBuPagXCTV5VDzghL8
111111116fWzSjXSFxtqkTggiTuyKZ5
11111111FAurUHNHjJys9WYXPRtVgok
11111118RaTXhWSpgcPxEV1B6G9s5tb
11111118Fmh6W8LcKPuAKg2u2qohPKL
1111111S11NYahLV3hpApnAHjmtPLsS
111111ZmUg6VnxyTqEJnWbmYCbARsb3
111111112dyNc8CgfGwc4iASFMW1f9k
11111111112J7CHvNXZaUpkd3LKFbyE
11111111113UMudt6u3qhLS4LwRhUDF
1111111116iWLqga1tnmomY5A3W6GpR
111111111BumHKnZ2jXw2mbmHrRwJ3h
111111111BumHKnZ2jXw2mctsAQmjGg
111111111DQ3j83NP3qKjb3dJpgi2N4
11111111RA6syvuJXKHBNcgVwybX3N6
1111111Ad7fCsFmbuUsUUjCMcq84Bu7
11111113SAzjs4PkDUmsKtq5wVkrXmJ
111111CKkQZC38oo9AHkYARP1equmpi
11111111118ADdsekau8vX1NUt6SyhC
111111111XUruorPdUKuXKfFwCjXEvF
11111111gF4bNCy7Ws7Ze6PC3GhPYPw
111111Bd1eZ29F3wP36yhH75YSioTyB
11111osx23iVHGzuWdFrbcNAUXcACyE
11111111114MiiYqMagM5nbPJDrjDvv
111111111YbTdq3229Dox5VjYpgfkhP
111111BcxtWXq5CMZMRBG1bFhzB9RRX
111111i4VTdHkzFqV2a4jntfZkdVk6B

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Yippee - I made it!!

I created a 31 character only bitcoin address...

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Wow if this is confirmed we have something historic here.
How long did it take to find it, and with what hardware?
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How long did it take to find it, and with what hardware?
Hardware: AMD hexa core + Nvidia 5xx card
It took me 9 months but mostly it didn't ran @full speed. Last months, vanitygen ran only occasionally @low speed due to stability problems + extra electricity bill. Yes, it could have been much faster.

Now, I don't have the 1111111 which I hoped to get (originally) but a cool 31 char address instead + some other cool vanity addresses from the wishlist with ~1000 prefixes. I'm satisfied Smiley

111111i4VTdHkzFqV2a4jntfZkdVk6B <-- only 31 chars
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October 13, 2014, 11:11:35 PM
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Nice personalised addresses.

All is Mine!

1H7LUdfx9AFTMSXPsCBror3RDk57zgnc2R
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Yippee - I made it!!

I created a 31 character only bitcoin address:

111111i4VTdHkzFqV2a4jntfZkdVk6B
1234567890123456789012345678901



Impressive, thanks for sharing it here.
Added to the hall of fame.

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Accidently generated a pretty silly address (while trying to generate a name starting with "WebT"). It does not really mean anything, but they are 3 properly formatted words that are pretty well pronouncable.

1WebTekpySymortRGt9xy8LZ3Pejj5s2u

Web Tekpy Symort. Get it? Grin

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January 31, 2015, 03:15:17 AM
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How about a 12 character two word address?  Is it hall of fame worthy?

1BubbLingsoup9hqv7cjnnrWFt9GmEmCHS


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1PAPERBTC1c3GeSi1xaGgD5fePsqjvppim

1FUCKBFLvC2tSziVxQUmEZbsJHsSGRzU1h

1234567891p1rBJWFPmHTUiupi1VA6YKQw

1TaXHaCKpg5JxqqWd6TX1Eo5CvJQc6p94

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1PAPERBTC1c3GeSi1xaGgD5fePsqjvppim

1FUCKBFLvC2tSziVxQUmEZbsJHsSGRzU1h

1234567891p1rBJWFPmHTUiupi1VA6YKQw

1TaXHaCKpg5JxqqWd6TX1Eo5CvJQc6p94

Very nice, especially 3rd.
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January 31, 2015, 10:24:16 AM
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1PAPERBTC1c3GeSi1xaGgD5fePsqjvppim

1FUCKBFLvC2tSziVxQUmEZbsJHsSGRzU1h

1234567891p1rBJWFPmHTUiupi1VA6YKQw

1TaXHaCKpg5JxqqWd6TX1Eo5CvJQc6p94

Very nice, especially 3rd.
how long does it take to make 11 char vanity adress? you need a nasa computer dont you?
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January 31, 2015, 11:16:04 AM
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1PAPERBTC1c3GeSi1xaGgD5fePsqjvppim

1FUCKBFLvC2tSziVxQUmEZbsJHsSGRzU1h

1234567891p1rBJWFPmHTUiupi1VA6YKQw

1TaXHaCKpg5JxqqWd6TX1Eo5CvJQc6p94

Awesome! Love the 1st and the 3rd one.
I'll try to make some and come post here if I don't end up burning my circuits i. e.

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January 31, 2015, 11:30:14 AM
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1PAPERBTC1c3GeSi1xaGgD5fePsqjvppim

1FUCKBFLvC2tSziVxQUmEZbsJHsSGRzU1h

1234567891p1rBJWFPmHTUiupi1VA6YKQw

1TaXHaCKpg5JxqqWd6TX1Eo5CvJQc6p94

Like the 1st and 3rd one... anyone have an idea how long each takes to generate with normal CPU usage? I'm thinking of getting me one.
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January 31, 2015, 11:55:25 AM
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The most remarkable addresses (*) found in the blockchain will be listed below.  


Hall of Fame
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111111i4VTdHkzFqV2a4jntfZkdVk6B         (shortest address: 31 characters - owner: HugoTheSpider)
1odfsrirfbxtwjoviseqdnuixwvhsnPbJ       (longest lowercase prefix - owner: wtfvanity)
19279281759997344NJ2KMcdRZNVT5rHhq      (longest digits-only prefix  - owner: wtfvanity)
1QBDLYTDFHHZAABYSKGKPWKLSXZWCCJQBX      (all-uppercase - owner: etotheipi)

1otohotohMoQoxHux
LBveQiZcV3Pji3Tc
      (longest pronounceable prefix - owner: otoh)

12345678googr7AWKah5kpLnx2h8zDS6NK
     (11-char vanity address - owner unknown)
1ANNuNCiAtEd6WM7trY2AExbEThSu5YNJu      (11-char real-word vanity address - owner: gadman2)
1BoyishnessfwHq3wSkCkJ7iafUdjhghfU      (10-char real-word proper-case vanity address - owner: ryanc)

123XjDj2ZQwgogCBZkYDrvUQBCR14ZJ321      (6-char palindrome address - owner: svenfaw)



Any others?


(*) I will only consider addresses that have an actual owner, so not stuff like:  

1111111111111111111114oLvT2   
1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE      (more info)

LOL it's funny. Does the public address 1234567891011... exists? If it does, we won't find the private key to this one anytime soon!


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January 31, 2015, 05:12:43 PM
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1PAPERBTC1c3GeSi1xaGgD5fePsqjvppim

1FUCKBFLvC2tSziVxQUmEZbsJHsSGRzU1h

1234567891p1rBJWFPmHTUiupi1VA6YKQw

1TaXHaCKpg5JxqqWd6TX1Eo5CvJQc6p94

Like the 1st and 3rd one... anyone have an idea how long each takes to generate with normal CPU usage? I'm thinking of getting me one.

At the time, I could search 30 million addresses a second,  and I was searching for well over 100 different prefixed....That computer was using 2 Graphics cards and ran most of the summer of 2013, I have thousands of addresses on a USB key..   I did this for a project , at the time was way over my head.   The project was for the branding of bitcoins with paper wallets for long term storage.... Sorta like a mining stock certificate from way back when....

1BG4MinerEFv1raJycU7mkc5Bb8Tm21kZw
1ooooooXEEMX3VZANSYWg6Na8o6XhFPvd
1GooGLENHF5qVhatsHyUsyczdj6XJR54xd
1BitcoinhqMmNrqnBKvdHeA4vmzb4uvuSg
1TENCoin7kecDVyEmuiwKE8Y7mqLLEo1s
1USACoiN3BiPC87AUUMpHg5TvLjUnKEks
1MyTipJarsnwEHAdE6H9BSvCtv5aUG4tkG
1BTCSaves51HfxTygLgGX2EcUgT6A1pyvK

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March 14, 2015, 09:26:56 AM
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Here is a vanity address with ~pi (3.14159265) amount of bitcoins (in 1 utxo):

1piBTCsBnCZm5Rv83c7oMR5kvU7JvzJy3

It may be not worth the hall of fame, but at least it is currently worth ~$900. Tongue

And here is another pi-related vanity address that once had pi BTCs:

1PiBTCsfBaBaSrxZ1QNX4u7cy92rkqsr3G

Have a nice Pi Day! Smiley
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March 14, 2015, 09:31:19 AM
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Here is a vanity address with ~pi (3.14159265) amount of bitcoins (in 1 utxo):

1piBTCsBnCZm5Rv83c7oMR5kvU7JvzJy3

It may be not worth the hall of fame, but at least it is currently worth ~$900. Tongue

And here is another pi-related vanity address that once had pi BTCs:

1PiBTCsfBaBaSrxZ1QNX4u7cy92rkqsr3G

Have a nice Pi Day! Smiley

Well not technically a rare vanity address but nice bump.
It is a good way to remember the good old 3.14 Smiley
Happy Pi day to you as well warut

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March 14, 2015, 11:58:21 AM
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unique addresses some times receive plenty of tips. the weirder your address the more tips you get.
i tried to generate a very unique address but it took way too long and without success.
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March 14, 2015, 05:36:56 PM
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How did you find these?

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(*) I will only consider addresses that have an actual owner, so not stuff like:  

1111111111111111111114oLvT2   
1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE      (more info)

Really funny to see there are a lot of people sending bitcoins to these addresses.
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March 16, 2015, 05:47:05 AM
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Just saw an interesting one:
17gwyNzZytWFMYH8G9zXGFUh9TYUeEtGAY
Have no idea if it was intentional.
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March 16, 2015, 07:49:43 AM
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Just saw an interesting one:
17gwyNzZytWFMYH8G9zXGFUh9TYUeEtGAY
Have no idea if it was intentional.
:-) its LocalBitcoins address
http://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/LocalBitcoins.com?from_address=17gwyNzZytWFMYH8G9zXGFUh9TYUeEtGAY
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Hey, how long to generate the address 1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE? More than a millenium? Shocked

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March 16, 2015, 03:09:52 PM
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Hey, how long to generate the address 1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE? More than a millenium? Shocked
Yes. More time than earth will support life.

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Can someone explain how this addresses can try find and get using? I have old mining hardwares with good processor and want to try Smiley What softwares I need to use?
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Can someone explain how this addresses can try find and get using? I have old mining hardwares with good processor and want to try Smiley What softwares I need to use?

the answer is vanitygen.

you can find binaries or can compile yourself here (my suggestion is compiling yourself since that's a address generator thing, you shouldn't trust binaries)

a friendly reminder though, more personalized chars means more CPU time. examples like 1111111111111111111114oLvT2 is just impossible for the current hashing techniques.

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March 16, 2015, 03:35:24 PM
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I am starting a list of the most bizarre / improbable addresses found in the blockchain.  
 

Any particular address you listed as as probable as any other one. The bizarreness is in our heads.

And yet, the bizarreness which is in our heads is real for us.  I think this is quite a fun thread and I'm glad to have come across it.  Collisions between random bitcoin addresses and the namespaces/concepts we humans use indeed notable no matter if the math says "meh, whatever".  Smiley

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March 16, 2015, 05:27:42 PM
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Hey, how long to generate the address 1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE? More than a millenium? Shocked
Yes. More time than earth will support life.

 That's not entirely true as address generation is random and it is probability based.  In all likelihood it will take forever but there is an ever-so-miniscule chance it could be generated on the first try.  Don't bet the moon on it though.


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is this cool?

1ABCDEFGhSGyyACty7gXC4PvKwjjMEsdVq

You didn't even put that in the block chain.

If you want to beat that, go a-i and get it in the block chain.


Thanks for answers before, got it working and find some nice address Smiley

How I can add that to blockchain so I can use it from my wallet like blockhain.info ?


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is this cool?

1ABCDEFGhSGyyACty7gXC4PvKwjjMEsdVq

You didn't even put that in the block chain.

If you want to beat that, go a-i and get it in the block chain.


Thanks for answers before, got it working and find some nice address Smiley

How I can add that to blockchain so I can use it from my wallet like blockhain.info ?


you mean the 1ABCDEFGhSGyyACty7gXC4PvKwjjMEsdVq address? check this so you can have your own customed bitcoin address
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is this cool?

1ABCDEFGhSGyyACty7gXC4PvKwjjMEsdVq

You didn't even put that in the block chain.

If you want to beat that, go a-i and get it in the block chain.


Thanks for answers before, got it working and find some nice address Smiley

How I can add that to blockchain so I can use it from my wallet like blockhain.info ?


you mean the 1ABCDEFGhSGyyACty7gXC4PvKwjjMEsdVq address? check this so you can have your own customed bitcoin address
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I mean I find my name already and want to start use it. Need I transfer there any btc or that stay so long I dont lose my address/privatekey?
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is this cool?

1ABCDEFGhSGyyACty7gXC4PvKwjjMEsdVq

You didn't even put that in the block chain.

If you want to beat that, go a-i and get it in the block chain.


Thanks for answers before, got it working and find some nice address Smiley

How I can add that to blockchain so I can use it from my wallet like blockhain.info ?


you mean the 1ABCDEFGhSGyyACty7gXC4PvKwjjMEsdVq address? check this so you can have your own customed bitcoin address
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I mean I find my name already and want to start use it. Need I transfer there any btc or that stay so long I dont lose my address/privatekey?

i cant understand what you are saying.. do you mean how to use/have access on the address you like but dont have the private keys of it? you can just type the address the way you want it..

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March 17, 2015, 01:05:10 PM
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Are they using super-computer / something to make these crazy vanity addresses Shocked
Even 10 character vanity address already something crazy

I wonder if anyone really use these vanity addresses ?

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is this cool?

1ABCDEFGhSGyyACty7gXC4PvKwjjMEsdVq

You didn't even put that in the block chain.

If you want to beat that, go a-i and get it in the block chain.


Thanks for answers before, got it working and find some nice address Smiley

How I can add that to blockchain so I can use it from my wallet like blockhain.info ?


you mean the 1ABCDEFGhSGyyACty7gXC4PvKwjjMEsdVq address? check this so you can have your own customed bitcoin address
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I mean I find my name already and want to start use it. Need I transfer there any btc or that stay so long I dont lose my address/privatekey?
It's simple import the private keys on Blockchain.info and then send the funds to that address and start using it. Just keep  your private keys somewhere safe in USB device or CD etc... Your private keys are safe until your PC gets infected with virus.

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Are they using super-computer / something to make these crazy vanity addresses Shocked
Even 10 character vanity address already something crazy

I wonder if anyone really use these vanity addresses ?

 I use lots of vanity addresses.  This is my longest with English words to date - 1BubbLingsoup9hqv7cjnnrWFt9GmEmCHS

message: xhomerx10 controls the address 1BubbLingsoup9hqv7cjnnrWFt9GmEmCHS

signature: G88+0rJjr5Q0kULSz4BNH93fPpeKuLugfZl0IZtWVGoQOPicNK/dkQ7E5wa3JeFugKjmXgw3sRXCkkCXI2SJn7E=

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(*) I will only consider addresses that have an actual owner, so not stuff like:  

1111111111111111111114oLvT2   
1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE      (more info)

Really funny to see there are a lot of people sending bitcoins to these addresses.

Actually, at some point, some anti-bitcoiner or another was leading a campaign to send as many coins as he could to the eater address.  There's a thread about it here somewhere.  I recall others saying: well, since bitcoins are finite, the more you destroy, the more value is in the ones I don't destroy so "thanks".  I'm sure you can turn that thread up if you search around.  Pretty interesting.

EDIT: haha, I just realized the link in (more info) was the exact thread I was talking about.  Silly me.

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I remember I randomly created a foo address.

That was pretty cool.
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April 13, 2015, 01:32:21 AM
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The Best Vanity addresses......

Not 1 but 2

1BirthDayjAuMBf4XSs3VQV3UfE3UeVapb
1BirthDAY5nLWc9HLciynq5FSNWhemk5Kw

1CongratsgVmHQqVf5VtBH5Dt1C4JZG7Rk

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April 13, 2015, 01:42:02 AM
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And for MultiSig Addresses....

First..to open a 1BitVAULTvy9zdaDkpbcgWjDuexcm3kjAS

you need a   1Lockoeas5VwoY81JdjwAgA4W3Ya2XNY34
and a brass  1KEY1vy3FbVGppdZh8Kcv5kSYDosYSAxCN




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And for MultiSig Addresses....

First..to open a 1BitVAULTvy9zdaDkpbcgWjDuexcm3kjAS

you need a   1Lockoeas5VwoY81JdjwAgA4W3Ya2XNY34
and a brass  1KEY1vy3FbVGppdZh8Kcv5kSYDosYSAxCN





 That's creative!  Very nice.

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What is the best setup to more key/sec ??

Any good rig know that can work?

I currently run 2 R9 280x not bad but only 45mh.

Any idea which card are the best?

██     Please support sidehack with his new miner project Send to :

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April 13, 2015, 04:13:20 AM
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NEW: The example address

1xxxxxQkSqe6x1EnkG66ayMavz2cYV4zA

5JgkDpbk9ZrC42nFGhJoKj7k4w5v4b5hyWtR8dZvDKWNDUPhzam

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What is the best setup to more key/sec ??

Any good rig know that can work?

I currently run 2 R9 280x not bad but only 45mh.

Any idea which card are the best?

TIME is all that is needed......My gpu rig ran all summer, 2 years ago.........
And a Huge pattern list, I had well over 150 patterens...

  I was only doing 30 million a second

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April 13, 2015, 02:44:53 PM
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NEW: The example address

1xxxxxQkSqe6x1EnkG66ayMavz2cYV4zA

5JgkDpbk9ZrC42nFGhJoKj7k4w5v4b5hyWtR8dZvDKWNDUPhzam

Ha, I got totally confused by this one.  I thought you were trying to hide the address but showing the private key.  I was like "wtf, doesn't he know that the address is derivable from the private key?"

I dropped the private key into ku (https://github.com/richardkiss/pycoin) and what do I see:

Code:
Bitcoin address              : 12NugbnkyENs8iUEW5TzbzVZHAyvgY6LnS
Bitcoin address uncompressed : 1xxxxxQkSqe6x1EnkG66ayMavz2cYV4zA

Lol at me and a really fun address.  Now I'm wondering who's found the address with the most leading xs.


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April 13, 2015, 05:46:06 PM
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I generated one the other day that haters of F2Pool would like, it has f2pfoe in it...
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April 14, 2015, 02:43:45 AM
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NEW: The example address

1xxxxxQkSqe6x1EnkG66ayMavz2cYV4zA

5JgkDpbk9ZrC42nFGhJoKj7k4w5v4b5hyWtR8dZvDKWNDUPhzam

Ha, I got totally confused by this one.  I thought you were trying to hide the address but showing the private key.  I was like "wtf, doesn't he know that the address is derivable from the private key?"

I dropped the private key into ku (https://github.com/richardkiss/pycoin) and what do I see:

Code:
Bitcoin address              : 12NugbnkyENs8iUEW5TzbzVZHAyvgY6LnS
Bitcoin address uncompressed : 1xxxxxQkSqe6x1EnkG66ayMavz2cYV4zA

Lol at me and a really fun address.  Now I'm wondering who's found the address with the most leading xs.



that is my entry with 5 x's . took less than 6 hours on my modest hardware, so i'm sure someone can top it.

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April 15, 2015, 05:19:27 AM
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1HACkYCw4DW86WBMRoxvPFkHAhrZkMp9x4

feel free to donate

Berry nice!

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NEW: The example address

1xxxxxQkSqe6x1EnkG66ayMavz2cYV4zA

5JgkDpbk9ZrC42nFGhJoKj7k4w5v4b5hyWtR8dZvDKWNDUPhzam

Ha, I got totally confused by this one.  I thought you were trying to hide the address but showing the private key.  I was like "wtf, doesn't he know that the address is derivable from the private key?"

I dropped the private key into ku (https://github.com/richardkiss/pycoin) and what do I see:

Code:
Bitcoin address              : 12NugbnkyENs8iUEW5TzbzVZHAyvgY6LnS
Bitcoin address uncompressed : 1xxxxxQkSqe6x1EnkG66ayMavz2cYV4zA

Lol at me and a really fun address.  Now I'm wondering who's found the address with the most leading xs.



that is my entry with 5 x's . took less than 6 hours on my modest hardware, so i'm sure someone can top it.

1XXXXXXXx4ann4bSWeG2i3EeTnsSxad6k

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April 17, 2015, 11:21:00 AM
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Looking at all these rare addresses now makes me want to keep trying and trying on my wallet to find a rare address for myself..but I think that would be impossible right now..with all the wallets that are out there...
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April 17, 2015, 03:59:45 PM
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Surprised nobody has beat my 11 real word yet lol.

Only took 1 night with two 660 ti's, running about 48Mk/s and a lot of words.

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April 19, 2015, 04:51:06 AM
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Looking at all these rare addresses now makes me want to keep trying and trying on my wallet to find a rare address for myself..but I think that would be impossible right now..with all the wallets that are out there...

Yah, this is a common misconception regarding how big the actual space of bitcoin addresses is.  The existence of many novelty addresses won't help or hinder you in finding another one.  If that were the case, bitcoin would be seriously broken.

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April 19, 2015, 03:21:53 PM
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Surprised nobody has beat my 11 real word yet lol.

Only took 1 night with two 660 ti's, running about 48Mk/s and a lot of words.

 As the number of letters in a word increases the number of available words decreases and the difficulty to find them as a bitcoin address increases exponentially so it's not surprising there are no 12 letter words yet.
 It would take about 100 days with your rig and a file of 3000 words for a 50% chance of finding a single case-insensitive match.
 
 This is my 12 letter real word address and I only found this by sheer luck while searching out 8 letter matches.

                  1BubbLingsoup9hqv7cjnnrWFt9GmEmCHS

message: xhomerx10 controls the address 1BubbLingsoup9hqv7cjnnrWFt9GmEmCHS

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April 19, 2015, 03:54:24 PM
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I always get a kick out of reading these submissions. Makes my day. Keep 'em coming. Grin

(Love the BubbLingsoup, by the way.)

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April 19, 2015, 04:01:53 PM
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April 19, 2015, 04:24:57 PM
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Surprised nobody has beat my 11 real word yet lol.

Only took 1 night with two 660 ti's, running about 48Mk/s and a lot of words.

 As the number of letters in a word increases the number of available words decreases and the difficulty to find them as a bitcoin address increases exponentially so it's not surprising there are no 12 letter words yet.
 It would take about 100 days with your rig and a file of 3000 words for a 50% chance of finding a single case-insensitive match.
 
 This is my 12 letter real word address and I only found this by sheer luck while searching out 8 letter matches.

                  1BubbLingsoup9hqv7cjnnrWFt9GmEmCHS

message: xhomerx10 controls the address 1BubbLingsoup9hqv7cjnnrWFt9GmEmCHS

signature: G88+0rJjr5Q0kULSz4BNH93fPpeKuLugfZl0IZtWVGoQOPicNK/dkQ7E5wa3JeFugKjmXgw3sRXCkkCXI2SJn7E=


Wow, BubbLingsoup is really fun.  And you even got the case as close as it could be (no lowercase ls).  I'm impressed, gonna start off a dictionary search on vanitygen on Monday and see if i get into the hall of fame.

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April 19, 2015, 04:37:15 PM
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I generated this one a while ago, never used it

16Di6G13UBG32zXicoiNoLVhFobUDFdeGw

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April 20, 2015, 12:30:34 PM
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What is the best setup to more key/sec ??

Any good rig know that can work?

I currently run 2 R9 280x not bad but only 45mh.

Any idea which card are the best?

TIME is all that is needed......My gpu rig ran all summer, 2 years ago.........
And a Huge pattern list, I had well over 150 patterens...

  I was only doing 30 million a second
So you're the fucker that satoshi-spammed all the firstbits addresses?  Thankfully that scam died a death.
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April 20, 2015, 02:11:53 PM
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What is the best setup to more key/sec ??

Any good rig know that can work?

I currently run 2 R9 280x not bad but only 45mh.

Any idea which card are the best?

TIME is all that is needed......My gpu rig ran all summer, 2 years ago.........
And a Huge pattern list, I had well over 150 patterens...

  I was only doing 30 million a second
So you're the fucker that satoshi-spammed all the firstbits addresses?  Thankfully that scam died a death.

Wow, just curious about the connection here.  This guy found many addresses and so he has satoshi-spammed them?  What was the point of the scam?

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April 20, 2015, 02:42:46 PM
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I think there's a misunderstanding above. Anyway I always laugh when I read this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=317683.0 Cheesy
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April 21, 2015, 03:14:49 AM
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How the hell was the bitcoin eater address found? That thing would have taken a while to generate wouldnt it?
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April 21, 2015, 04:12:00 AM
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How the hell was the bitcoin eater address found? That thing would have taken a while to generate wouldnt it?

Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but as I understand it the bitcoineater address wasn't found. It was created manually and only works because it fits the base 58 algorithm with the proper checksum at the end so you can send bitcoins to it.

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April 21, 2015, 10:53:01 PM
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How the hell was the bitcoin eater address found? That thing would have taken a while to generate wouldnt it?

Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but as I understand it the bitcoineater address wasn't found. It was created manually and only works because it fits the base 58 algorithm with the proper checksum at the end so you can send bitcoins to it.
Is that why Btc cant be withdrawn from it?
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April 22, 2015, 12:09:32 PM
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How the hell was the bitcoin eater address found? That thing would have taken a while to generate wouldnt it?

Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but as I understand it the bitcoineater address wasn't found. It was created manually and only works because it fits the base 58 algorithm with the proper checksum at the end so you can send bitcoins to it.
Is that why Btc cant be withdrawn from it?
BTC can't be spent from it for the same reason they can't from any other address - no one has guessed a private key.

I guarantee you there are quadrillions of private keys that correspond to that address (about 2^96).  But good luck finding even one of them.
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April 23, 2015, 12:01:35 AM
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Surprised nobody has beat my 11 real word yet lol.

Only took 1 night with two 660 ti's, running about 48Mk/s and a lot of words.

 As the number of letters in a word increases the number of available words decreases and the difficulty to find them as a bitcoin address increases exponentially so it's not surprising there are no 12 letter words yet.
 It would take about 100 days with your rig and a file of 3000 words for a 50% chance of finding a single case-insensitive match.
 
 This is my 12 letter real word address and I only found this by sheer luck while searching out 8 letter matches.

                  1BubbLingsoup9hqv7cjnnrWFt9GmEmCHS

message: xhomerx10 controls the address 1BubbLingsoup9hqv7cjnnrWFt9GmEmCHS

signature: G88+0rJjr5Q0kULSz4BNH93fPpeKuLugfZl0IZtWVGoQOPicNK/dkQ7E5wa3JeFugKjmXgw3sRXCkkCXI2SJn7E=



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April 23, 2015, 12:43:37 AM
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How the hell was the bitcoin eater address found? That thing would have taken a while to generate wouldnt it?

Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but as I understand it the bitcoineater address wasn't found. It was created manually and only works because it fits the base 58 algorithm with the proper checksum at the end so you can send bitcoins to it.
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