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April 13, 2015, 02:44:53 PM
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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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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

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Berry nice!

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April 17, 2015, 11:17:56 AM
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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

signature: G88+0rJjr5Q0kULSz4BNH93fPpeKuLugfZl0IZtWVGoQOPicNK/dkQ7E5wa3JeFugKjmXgw3sRXCkkCXI2SJn7E=


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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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1Pkpgopo11hyvLHQSmZZN6AgJpdts4XXXp
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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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