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January 26, 2014, 06:21:40 PM
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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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October 12, 2014, 10:43:23 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

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

Very nice!

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October 13, 2014, 05:57:22 AM
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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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October 13, 2014, 06:01:02 PM
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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.

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1H7LUdfx9AFTMSXPsCBror3RDk57zgnc2R
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October 19, 2014, 09:22:23 PM
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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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November 30, 2014, 11:14:59 PM
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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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January 31, 2015, 03:37:42 AM
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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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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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