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January 01, 2016, 12:44:11 PM
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I wonder if there is a market for rare addresses? Maybe people is interested in owning the control of certain addresses even they are empty, just for the brand. Like someone registers a name you want in twitter for your business, and you buy it from him/her because you interested in that particular name. Same for addresses.

There are people interested but it means creating a split private key so its not like you can sell one you made for yourself because then you and the buyer would both know the private key.

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January 01, 2016, 07:50:46 PM
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That looks like the longest real word vanity address yet!
Congratulations!   How long did it take?




15.9 Quintillion difficulty or "1.59*10^19" which is 15,964,160,561,399,003,621

One thing I can say for sure is a two GPU setup would take 10,000 years to find a 13 letter world address like that.
I think I have the world's longest bitcoin word address? Never heard of a 13 found.

Code:
1EMBARraSSABLezwXrdWu1dDAVMMdJ7Ci2

Lightlord controls this 13 letter word address

G3iH5ape6cvkOKKZvvDpV3wbDW7JREcMdyG8CZdYGHZi+YrIticCQz6aWMkn35Uf9Ag3ROb0OsthsjLGpWOAAq0=




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January 06, 2016, 04:10:10 PM
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That looks like the longest real word vanity address yet!
Congratulations!   How long did it take?




15.9 Quintillion difficulty or "1.59*10^19" which is 15,964,160,561,399,003,621

One thing I can say for sure is a two GPU setup would take 10,000 years to find a 13 letter world address like that.
I think I have the world's longest bitcoin word address? Never heard of a 13 found.

Code:
1EMBARraSSABLezwXrdWu1dDAVMMdJ7Ci2

Lightlord controls this 13 letter word address

G3iH5ape6cvkOKKZvvDpV3wbDW7JREcMdyG8CZdYGHZi+YrIticCQz6aWMkn35Uf9Ag3ROb0OsthsjLGpWOAAq0=


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January 12, 2016, 09:35:56 PM
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In case anyone is interested in creating some proof-of-burn addresses like 1TestxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxzoXNkw:

https://gobittest.appspot.com/ProofOfBurn

1HWbVLhxj7bhewhyapMZpyhqWAeAhJd51E
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January 13, 2016, 12:41:27 AM
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In case anyone is interested in creating some proof-of-burn addresses like 1TestxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxzoXNkw:

https://gobittest.appspot.com/ProofOfBurn

The last five numerals/letters come up the same if I change the single letter/numeral and come back to the first. 1ForTheMoney444444444444443yCnh1H

What's the purpose of these? (Yes, I can see it says burn - really? Just throw away BTC ?)

*edit* Last between five and seven numbers/letters

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January 13, 2016, 05:14:58 AM
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In case anyone is interested in creating some proof-of-burn addresses like 1TestxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxzoXNkw:

https://gobittest.appspot.com/ProofOfBurn

The last five numerals/letters come up the same if I change the single letter/numeral and come back to the first. 1ForTheMoney444444444444443yCnh1H

What's the purpose of these? (Yes, I can see it says burn - really? Just throw away BTC ?)

*edit* Last between five and seven numbers/letters

I know, it seems like insanity to me.  But if you want more info on it, you can start here:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=26539.0

Cheers

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January 13, 2016, 07:01:12 AM
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In case anyone is interested in creating some proof-of-burn addresses like 1TestxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxzoXNkw:

https://gobittest.appspot.com/ProofOfBurn

The last five numerals/letters come up the same if I change the single letter/numeral and come back to the first. 1ForTheMoney444444444444443yCnh1H

What's the purpose of these? (Yes, I can see it says burn - really? Just throw away BTC ?)

*edit* Last between five and seven numbers/letters

The last few symbols are the checksum. It can be used to check if there is a typo in the address.

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January 13, 2016, 08:13:09 AM
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The most remarkable addresses (*) found in the blockchain will be listed below.  


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1EMBARraSSABLezwXrdWu1dDAVMMdJ7Ci2      (longest real-word prefix - owner: lightlord)

1odfsrirfbxtwjoviseqdnuixwvhsnPbJ       (longest lowercase prefix - owner: wtfvanity)
19279281759997344NJ2KMcdRZNVT5rHhq      (longest digits-only prefix  - owner: wtfvanity)
1QBDLYTDFHHZAABYSKGKPWKLSXZWCCJQBX      (all-uppercase - owner: etotheipi)
123XjDj2ZQwgogCBZkYDrvUQBCR14ZJ321
     (6-char palindrome address - owner: svenfaw)
1otohotohMoQoxHux
LBveQiZcV3Pji3Tc
      (longest pronounceable prefix - owner: otoh)
111111i4VTdHkzFqV2a4jntfZkdVk6B         (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)
just wondering about original address,is there any original address and never remake or editing by software?i think some address below is not original,so i will wait for someone posting their original unique address Smiley beause i dont have unique address
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January 13, 2016, 11:37:37 AM
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just wondering about original address,is there any original address and never remake or editing by software?i think some address below is not original,so i will wait for someone posting their original unique address Smiley beause i dont have unique address

What is an "original" address?

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January 16, 2016, 06:43:06 AM
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Lol this is probably worthless but I found it nothing. While going through some private keys randomly I found this address
1PSCeuJhJ27a6W54TbQRGaPissQhZBHzQD

Signature:
HGmXNP2IhvoRQryuSij40Wolxq1xYdc6ISZTwnvz1F3TKRPp7X/u7ZsZL0uRyFRXD1C7zK6Gb5WIW5lc3scQGHI=

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I also have another cool looking one;
1BLkLCphCbKYEJ72vZU4EePeuWc33shyTV
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January 16, 2016, 01:16:40 PM
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Lol this is probably worthless but I found it nothing. While going through some private keys randomly I found this address
1PSCeuJhJ27a6W54TbQRGaPissQhZBHzQD

Signature:
HGmXNP2IhvoRQryuSij40Wolxq1xYdc6ISZTwnvz1F3TKRPp7X/u7ZsZL0uRyFRXD1C7zK6Gb5WIW5lc3scQGHI=

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I also have another cool looking one;
1BLkLCphCbKYEJ72vZU4EePeuWc33shyTV

I wonder what the longest mid-wallet real word is?

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Well... we have to start somewhere...  Roll Eyes

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January 16, 2016, 01:18:22 PM
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there is a way to create a "rare address" or they are generate "casually"?
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January 16, 2016, 01:19:27 PM
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Lol this is probably worthless but I found it nothing. While going through some private keys randomly I found this address
1PSCeuJhJ27a6W54TbQRGaPissQhZBHzQD

Signature:
HGmXNP2IhvoRQryuSij40Wolxq1xYdc6ISZTwnvz1F3TKRPp7X/u7ZsZL0uRyFRXD1C7zK6Gb5WIW5lc3scQGHI=

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I also have another cool looking one;
1BLkLCphCbKYEJ72vZU4EePeuWc33shyTV

I wonder what the longest mid-wallet real word is?

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1PSCeuJhJ27a6W54TbQRGaPissQhZBHzQD

Well... we have to start somewhere...  Roll Eyes

I was going through random private keys & importing them via Blockchain, surprisingly I found quite a few very interesting addresses.
Lol I started with 2222222222222222222255555555555555555555666677777888888263527263 which is the standard private key length (64 characters) and changed a few numbers every time I got nothing

@Timelord Vanitygen to "create".
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January 16, 2016, 03:11:27 PM
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there is a way to create a "rare address" or they are generate "casually"?

Yes, there is a tool called (ocl)vanitygen. Some people also offer this as a service (e.g. me)

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January 16, 2016, 03:34:22 PM
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@Timelord Vanitygen to "create".

Pardon?

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January 16, 2016, 03:35:26 PM
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@Timelord Vanitygen to "create".

Pardon?

Sorry, meant to put the other guys username.
It's a few hours past midnight so I'm pretty tired & can barely read my posts lol
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January 22, 2016, 07:05:54 PM
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https://bitcoinvanitygen.com/
could be ok?
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January 22, 2016, 08:15:19 PM
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If you are ok with the fact that someone else can spend your coins.

They dont offer split key generation, I wouldnt use their service. I have a short step by step how split key gen works in my thread[1]. All legit services offer vanity generation like that.

[1] https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1257817.0

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February 01, 2016, 11:55:48 PM
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I created "decompressed": 1DeCompReSsED8fvRqE97YWLYcoXH4GXw1

Signature for string "1DeCompReSsED8fvRqE97YWLYcoXH4GXw1": HIZe3d92LRm/a7ULUn3GtvXrck3Vti9SZWDgpXxQ/p4fOMjxAL2VuhYY3AA4UFwBGfG+/SBeVnnCl5It+7HMBJ0=

(just in case you did not believe me)
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February 02, 2016, 01:26:18 AM
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 I wrote them late last week to ask if I could provide a part-public key to have them generate an address with and they have not replied.
If they wont do this, then any address they generate is only as secure as their software, your e-mail and the internet.  That being said, they do use a secure server and if the software is fully automated, human eyes might never see the private key.  If it comes down to guess work though, you can never be sure your coins are safe.
 

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