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September 01, 2016, 04:03:08 PM
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By the way, how did you do this? Grin

I've written some custom vanity address generation software with routines specifically designed for finding these kinds of addresses. It's a lot faster than using vanitygen with a regex. I'm hoping to get an address that's all lowercase except for the leading 1 soon.
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September 02, 2016, 04:01:31 AM
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Alrighty, mission accomplished.  Cool
This one has 32 lowercase letters - everything but the leading 1.

-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
2016-09-02 controlled by ryanc
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
1woukheyeacxfpxtpkxjqxureevdkbywj
IAlRxeZ5ucqbGmcwsINInPJA4uzD3GKLMk2IPiJzLHGBEL3UxvtFunkUU0GpIkJHVIB5d9TyLVcL3dZ bBDdrQIQ=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
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September 02, 2016, 05:29:14 AM
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This thread of rare addresses is rare itself. Nice one!
But please let me ask, how do you make custom addresses? I wanna try to join the fun too. Thanks.
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September 02, 2016, 01:52:43 PM
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This thread of rare addresses is rare itself. Nice one!
But please let me ask, how do you make custom addresses? I wanna try to join the fun too. Thanks.

I'm using custom software to generate mine, but in general, check out vanitygen. Depending on what you want, it may take a long time.
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September 02, 2016, 05:44:33 PM
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Alrighty, mission accomplished.  Cool
This one has 32 lowercase letters - everything but the leading 1.

-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
2016-09-02 controlled by ryanc
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
1woukheyeacxfpxtpkxjqxureevdkbywj
IAlRxeZ5ucqbGmcwsINInPJA4uzD3GKLMk2IPiJzLHGBEL3UxvtFunkUU0GpIkJHVIB5d9TyLVcL3dZ bBDdrQIQ=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----


Very impressive! ryanc is the official king of the Lowercase.

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September 02, 2016, 05:58:08 PM
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Wow, that's some serious action going on at 1otohotohMoQoxHuxLBveQiZcV3Pji3Tc
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September 14, 2016, 04:44:15 AM
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Am feeling lucky - Eight eights in a row...

188888888G1J9jT9rbawvgmFojarpQbFpe

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September 14, 2016, 05:51:26 AM
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Looks better than my eight sixes 166666666LyMNrkpwwNCdUPzvDTh2tNDLu Cheesy

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September 14, 2016, 08:19:36 AM
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For its not a great matter to have a bitcoin address with real words or string because i use bitcoin only for holding purpose and very rarely i send bitcoin or receive. But it sounds good to have rare address. Can i generate my own rare address in some wallet.
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September 14, 2016, 09:36:24 AM
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Looks better than my eight sixes 166666666LyMNrkpwwNCdUPzvDTh2tNDLu Cheesy

Oh snap! I've got eight sixes too! 16666666618MC85xBnFLymYA3FJUkwEuZP What about my eight "H"'s (the eighth letter of the Alphabet...) 1HHHHHHHHrSFHFWdE8LdCFJbegLwuemoB8

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September 14, 2016, 10:21:38 AM
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Oh snap! I've got eight sixes too! 16666666618MC85xBnFLymYA3FJUkwEuZP What about my eight "H"'s (the eighth letter of the Alphabet...) 1HHHHHHHHrSFHFWdE8LdCFJbegLwuemoB8
I didn't have HHHHHHH in my list yet. Added now. If someone wants to use it, add these prefixes to a txt-file:
Code:
1111111
122222222
133333333
144444444
155555555
1666666666
177777777
188888888
199999999
1aaaaaaaa
1bbbbbbbb
1cccccccc
1dddddddd
1eeeeeeee
1ffffffff
1gggggggg
1hhhhhhhh
1iiiiiiii
1jjjjjjjj
1kkkkkkkk
1mmmmmmmm
1nnnnnnnn
1oooooooo
1pppppppp
1qqqqqqqq
1rrrrrrrr
1ssssssss
1tttttttt
1uuuuuuuu
1vvvvvvvv
1wwwwwwww
1xxxxxxxx
1yyyyyyyy
1zzzzzzzz
1AAAAAAAA
1BBBBBBBB
1CCCCCCCC
1DDDDDDDD
1EEEEEEEE
1FFFFFFFF
1GGGGGGGG
1HHHHHHHH
1JJJJJJJJ
1KKKKKKKK
1LLLLLLLL
1MMMMMMMM
1NNNNNNNN
1PPPPPPPP
1QQQQQQQQ
1RRRRRRRR
1SSSSSSSS
1TTTTTTTT
1UUUUUUUU
1VVVVVVVV
1WWWWWWWW
1XXXXXXXX
1YYYYYYYY
1ZZZZZZZZ
666666666 has 9 decimals now, as it's the only number prefix that I have with 8 decimal already.
I search case-sensitive, that's why they're all in the list with both cases.

I think there's a bug in the difficulty from oclvanitygen: if I search just the above list case-sensitive it gives the exact same difficulty as case insensitive. If I just search 1AAAAAAAA case insensitive, it expects to be faster than the full list.

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September 14, 2016, 10:46:04 AM
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Where I'm at:

Code:
1111111
1222222222
1333333333
1444444444
1555555555
1666666666
1777777777
1888888888
1999999999
1aaaaaaa
1bbbbbbbb
1ccccccc
1ddddddddd
1eeeeeeee
1ffffffff
1ggggggggg
1hhhhhhhh
1iiiiiiii
1jjjjjjjj
1kkkkkkkk
1mmmmmmmm
1nnnnnnnn
1ooooooo
1ppppppp
1qqqqqqqq
1rrrrrrrr
1ssssssss
1tttttttt
1uuuuuuu
1vvvvvvvv
1wwwwwww
1xxxxxxxx
1yyyyyyyy
1zzzzzzz
1AAAAAAAAA
1BBBBBBBBB
1CCCCCCCC
1DDDDDDDDD
1EEEEEEEE
1FFFFFFFF
1GGGGGGGGG
1HHHHHHHHH
1JJJJJJJJJ
1KKKKKKKKK
1LLLLLLLLL
1MMMMMMMM
1NNNNNNNNN
1PPPPPPPPP
1QQQQQQQQ
1RRRRRRRR
1SSSSSSSS
1TTTTTTTT
1UUUUUUUU
1VVVVVVVV
1WWWWWWWW
1XXXXXXXX
1YYYYYYYY
1ZZZZZZZZ

After more than six months of searching, I still haven't found 1111111

About five or six weeks ago I added the rest and are searching for either seven, eight or nine's as taken from my work.txt file.

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September 14, 2016, 11:10:32 AM
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I've been thinking of doing a challenge for anyone who wants to participate, I use PWGen to generate random things, and thought if I roll up some six, seven and eight number/letter combos people can search for them and compare their speeds.

No prizes or anything, just fame and glory.

eg.

Code:
1DWutrU
1eMHMBn
1zBlvyQY
11GSOq7b
1T8AJtk2z
1oGoMo16h

If anyone wants to do it, I'll start a new thread and port it over there.  (they're not as easy as they look)

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September 14, 2016, 11:20:53 AM
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1DWutrU
2 months 25 minutes
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1oGoMo16h
500 years 10 years
For 50% chance. I'm out Tongue
Unless you make it a more fun thing to do than searching for some random strings that will never look more impressive than any random addy.

I typed a 1 in front of the copy-pasted prefix, that lead to the very high difficulty.

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1DWutrU
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1oGoMo16h
500 years
For 50% chance. I'm out Tongue
Unless you make it a more fun thing to do than searching for some random strings that will never look more impressive than any random addy.

1DWutrU Difficulty: 15058417127 [50% in 8.1min]
1eMHMBn Difficulty: 888446610538 [50% in 8.1h]
1zBLvyQY Difficulty: 51529903411245 [50% in 19.5d]
11GSoq7b Difficulty: 51529903411245 [50% in 19.5d]
1T8AJtk2z Difficulty: 2988734397852220 [50% in 3.2y]
1oGoMo16h Difficulty: 2988734397852220 [50% in 3.1y]



I'm a little stumped what else to search for that is random?  I could say things like 1Xena 1House 1StarWars 1StarTrek or did you have something else in mind?

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September 14, 2016, 12:14:08 PM
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I'm a little stumped what else to search for that is random?  I could say things like 1Xena 1House 1StarWars 1StarTrek or did you have something else in mind?
I made this puzzle 2 weeks ago. It doesn't require a search for vanity addresses, but it did include them.

Why would you want something random? To make sure nobody has it already? You could just pick a Bitcoin-related word. But even then, it's nothing more than a combination of computing power and luck to see who wins.
1bitcointaLk is too much BTW.

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September 14, 2016, 06:13:17 PM
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I'm a little stumped what else to search for that is random?  I could say things like 1Xena 1House 1StarWars 1StarTrek or did you have something else in mind?
I made this puzzle 2 weeks ago. It doesn't require a search for vanity addresses, but it did include them.

Why would you want something random? To make sure nobody has it already? You could just pick a Bitcoin-related word. But even then, it's nothing more than a combination of computing power and luck to see who wins.
1bitcointaLk is too much BTW.

If they are random, then no one could be searching for them already.  If participants came up with search items, they could already be searching for them ie 1GhennomhhcG813vjQkCrDJ67LFMrQwcCW or 1MjoLLnirmoZtc3fD7WfCMGswvHV7AWUmr from NetHack.

I read a while ago someone has a 20,000 word list of search items they are searching for, so the only thing I could think of was to make it totally random - it's more to see who has better "luck" than the others for a given phrase.


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September 14, 2016, 06:59:24 PM
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I read a while ago someone has a 20,000 word list of search items they are searching for
That may have been me Cheesy 38000 entries now. Some are duplicate, as vanitygen always tells me. For example: abandon/abandoned overlap. End result is it searches 25000 prefixes. I just composed it from a few "long word lists" I downloaded.
I have 7000 addresses saved now, with lots of duplicate prefixes. I only keep the special ones, the rest is just stored in a long list. I haven't been searching in a while.

I just saw I have Address: 1fairsex6JFJNnPRwjCXaXmkBLDpKFFQ8 in there Cheesy

Let me sort the results on length, see if I missed anything special:
Code:
1greasers
1merchant
1meantime
1mayoress
1crutches
1anaLysis
1desiring
1bounties
1furthest
1benefice
1pLumping
1fouLness
1ferryman
1frankest
1nobodies
1edgeways
1detained
1audience
1assignees
1basinfuL
1Listened
1bankabLe
1LifeLess
1abruptLy
1Littered
1pressing
1heatwave
1faLsebay
1branches
1empLoyer
1pyrenees
1garfieLd
1fuzziest
1gadgetry
1herdsman
1Ligature
1frampton
1paraquat
1demeaned
1cauLdron
1pLumping
1nickname
1Lacerate
1gardener
1anypLace
1butthead
1betrayaL
1etcetera
1catchiest
1heresies
1Leniency
1futurist
1pedestaL
1gunmetaL
1emersion
1ruggiero
1fLeshier
1bLuntest
1frothier
1mcmiLLan
1peterson
1cravenLy
1Libretto
1anaphora
1caresses
1drubbing
1fairness
1beginner
1hinduism
1mastered
1cocksure
1prurient
1grandeur
1cordoned
1digested
1faceLift
1futurity
1megastar
1cruciate
1epiduraL
1maLtreat
1feverish
1Lakewood
1Leukemia
1Livening
1apheLion
1Lamenter
1Leighton
1LoveLace
1cauLdron
1Leninist
1Linesman
1Lavender
1Lingerie
1Leafiest
1Lengthen
1geraghty
1Listener
1Literary
1Ligature
1modeLLer
1Limiting
1Londoner
1Lavatory
1LawyerLy
1francais
1poLygyny
1Launched
1Layering
1Latitude
1LandLess
1Leftover
1Leakiest
1LoadabLe
1Landsman
1numskuLL
1Larynxes
1bonemeaL
1LoanabLe
1LocaLize
1querying
1ListLess
1LiveabLe
1LegaLese
1Launches
1Listeria
1Likewise
These are my longest words:
1assignees
1catchiest

Both take more than 500 years for 50% chance on my system.
Never mind, these were case insensitive: 1CaTchieSTKGaFzYM798H4RFtuqQUQ9HYE and 1ASsigneESZgjjLSv86sQYfiMofA8rzq44
The rest of this list is partially case insensitive. I have 1Lingerie and 1Leftover though Cheesy
Starting with L is easier to find than anything else.

My list has one shortcoming, the words don't start with a capital, while that is easier to find. I only want the first character to be case insensitive, so I should add them all twice.

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September 14, 2016, 07:38:15 PM
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The most remarkable addresses (*) found in the blockchain will be listed below.  
1234mNnAPb8YnCsbacaNhB4BqwxB4U4321      (2016-04-27: 8-character palindrome address - owner: xhomerx10)
1ANoNYMURccWEEGMoMTozTtjBj7CmtRZdb
     (2014-01-24: longest pronounceable prefix - owner: Nikinger)

Top one is not a palindrome, bottom one lacks enough vowels after "ANONYMUR"

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The most remarkable addresses (*) found in the blockchain will be listed below.  
1234mNnAPb8YnCsbacaNhB4BqwxB4U4321      (2016-04-27: 8-character palindrome address - owner: xhomerx10)
1ANoNYMURccWEEGMoMTozTtjBj7CmtRZdb
     (2014-01-24: longest pronounceable prefix - owner: Nikinger)

Top one is not a palindrome, bottom one lacks enough vowels after "ANONYMUR"

 Not precisely a palindrome but palindromic in nature if you take some liberties and consider the central text as a word divider Wink
The difficulty of finding such an address makes it rare though and I'm still working on

12345amanapLanacanaLpanama54321

but I don't expect to be done any time this century unless I buy another Nvidia 970 or 2... X1012

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