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December 26, 2017, 01:32:55 AM
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Years ago I used my two GTX 295 to generate as much possible bitcoin addresses with Niak in it, as that is my nickname.
Then I forgot about it and it ran for about 3 weeks straight until it crashed. When I went through the list I found one that had almost my complete last name (Verheijen) in it (am from Belgium), just differently spelled.

1Niak6WPi1NDYquYGBc6TYVerheyEGeXM7

I am thinking about legally changing my name to Niak Verheyen

How cool would that be? Also how freaky is this? Okay I am lying my last name is not Verheijen, but it COULD be.



And here is the proof!

-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
My name is kain134 and 1Niak6WPi1NDYquYGBc6TYVerheyEGeXM7 belongs to me. It can be found on my blog kain.tweakblogs.net and my soundcloud www.soundcloud.com/matthijsbos. Today is the 25th of december 2017 and I am signing this message to proof to Rare address hall of fame at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=90982.0 that I am the owner of 1Niak6WPi1NDYquYGBc6TYVerheyEGeXM7. My address is rare because it contains VerheyE at the end. Verheyen is a dutch surname --> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Verheyen
Maybe one day I will change my legal name to Niak Verheyen, you know for bragging rights ....

The latest block is 501044 with hash
0000000000000000003eae156e46922b331a1d3cf3fed5350cdb900823592663
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
G7/BiPOIEbd5UnYvHJgGOcvp1rOoabp69KXpgMhkz2iFJSmTWWN2fz0rK15WPbYMcWn/H8cidjUEBgQv0Hy4SfE=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----

Let me know if I did something wrong. Let it be known that kain134 has a bitcoin vanity address that contains 7 letters of an 8 letter dutch surname ... at the end of the address!  And I am dutch too, how about that!
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January 01, 2018, 05:49:38 AM
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I haven't looked in on this thread for quite a while, I just rolled a wallet address with 18 capital letters and then another wallet address with nineteen capital letters - not sure what the top number is, but they look nice anyway.

1FFjyLthR8EbG6LHDyuLRFARgzPw9FfUJL - 19 capital letters
1Mz3cm81kXKXW2SZzWwt6eTNEET7kVUZPF - 18 capital letters





I present a new candidate...

longest case-sensitive real-word prefix: 1DETACHABLEDD7hgExqScWngMrxDGtXwcX


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-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
2017-05-30: The owner of this address is addrstore.com
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
1DETACHABLEDD7hgExqScWngMrxDGtXwcX
HG4yks5LEBl76YODveui4dQdVAO8BUfonCHZJRF7KK/hdsOEQR5X6K45p758JEm/WaBwOJ/1D+kGkf39ugPWA0Y=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----

Detachable is a real word, Detachabled is not a real word.

Detachable looks very nice BTW at ten letters.

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January 26, 2018, 06:28:00 AM
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Any baby car seat manufacturer or Spanish automobile manufacturer looking for a Bitcoin address?
1NewbornSeatQVC9vegVHnxVseNAhhxewb

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January 26, 2018, 01:58:17 PM
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Any baby car seat manufacturer or Spanish automobile manufacturer looking for a Bitcoin address?
1NewbornSeatQVC9vegVHnxVseNAhhxewb

Nice find, were you looking for that prefix along with all your others?

No transactions on the network as yet: https://blockchain.info/address/1NewbornSeatQVC9vegVHnxVseNAhhxewb (which proves it's a valid wallet address)

I guess signing from 1NewbornSeatQVC9vegVHnxVseNAhhxewb would probably make it unsalable?

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January 26, 2018, 02:22:56 PM
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Nice find, were you looking for that prefix along with all your others?
I've added "1Newborn" to my list months ago (I was planning a gift, but we got them a teddy bear instead), and I was just extremely lucky to get a compleet "Seat" behind it. My list isn't even that long, and I hadn't ran it for a long time. It has some rare things like "1ChipMixer", "1RocketShip" and "1LoyceLoan" (and some variations to each). That's about 50 in total.
Next on my list is 1"ashortword"Bitcoin. Example: "1CowBitcoin". So far, I haven't hit any of them yet. My total list around 15000 prefixes. If I add much more, oclvanitygen gets slower.

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No transactions on the network as yet: https://blockchain.info/address/1NewbornSeatQVC9vegVHnxVseNAhhxewb (which proves it's a valid wallet address)
Of course it's valid Cheesy

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I guess signing from 1NewbornSeatQVC9vegVHnxVseNAhhxewb would probably make it unsalable?
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I don't think anybody would (or should!) want to buy an address for which someone else owns the private key.
I use split key to create addresses, and keep the keys offline. I can sign a message, but it takes me at least 30 minutes to access it in a secure way.
I'll sign it at a later moment, just to show off Cheesy

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February 09, 2018, 03:17:01 AM
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i was looking for elite, best or mvp or something like that, but i find this instead 1ELitENVPh81HrYLaMquLhMwr5bAXyCeKb almost EliteMVP Smiley
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February 11, 2018, 12:22:48 PM
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I save the first one, this is actually not too questionable to produce GPU, but you need regex which is not supported by GPU-vanitygen. So, I sent some of my lazy CPUs on the task and found it in a few weeks. I thought I knew it should've been like an average of 60 days, so I would have been lucky! I'm not sure it's really worth it for all the energy I've tried to find it, but unlike my CPU that does something useful.
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March 19, 2018, 06:08:38 AM
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Leading 1s are really difficult to crank out. I have one with seven leading 1s: 11111114xFJyTxJVCRkxd317yNdTekc1

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March 19, 2018, 12:29:14 PM
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Leading 1s are really difficult to crank out. I have one with seven leading 1s: 11111114xFJyTxJVCRkxd317yNdTekc1



 Not bad.  That would take about 80 days to generate with a single 970 or equivalent.
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May 13, 2018, 11:14:05 PM
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And what do you think about https://blockchain.info/address/1Wh4bh
Of course no one will use and address like this because it's very easy to broken in vanity gen, but i thought if is valid to send coins to this f**cking short address ?
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May 14, 2018, 08:01:59 AM
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And what do you think about https://blockchain.info/address/1Wh4bh
1Wh4bh is not a valid Bitcoin address. Bitcoin addresses are anywhere from 26 to 35 characters long. Shorter ones are very rare, I think the shortest I've found has 32 characters.
Blockchain.info has many bugs, it makes no sense to show this as a valid Bitcoin address.

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Of course no one will use and address like this because it's very easy to broken in vanity gen, but i thought if is valid to send coins to this f**cking short address ?
Go ahead, try it. Your wallet won't allow you to send it.

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May 15, 2018, 01:34:22 AM
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Now it makes me want to keep trying on my wallet to be able to find a rare address for myself but it's not possible now because it's all with the wallet that's out there. Cool
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June 16, 2018, 07:09:54 AM
Last edit: June 25, 2018, 06:25:58 PM by arulbero
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Any vanity pubkeys category? If so, I win:

0200000000000000000000003b78ce563f89a0ed9414f5aa28ad0d96d6795f9c63

Did you have the private key too? How did you find that public key?

22 zeroes means 2^88 tries (on average) !

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answer --> https://crypto.stackexchange.com/questions/60239/elliptic-curve-and-vanity-public-keys
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July 18, 2018, 07:50:00 AM
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Whats the point of vanity addresses tho? The only thing it accomplishes is making it easier to track down your BTC. I would never use them. If you have a business you should use different addresses anyway. I guess its just for shits and giggles? Smiley
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July 18, 2018, 01:47:31 PM
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Whats the point of vanity addresses tho? The only thing it accomplishes is making it easier to track down your BTC. I would never use them. If you have a business you should use different addresses anyway. I guess its just for shits and giggles? Smiley

 It only makes it easier for humans to recognize a pattern.  Computers dont care if there are human-readable words or not, a search takes the same amount of time.  I dont recall shitting myself over any of my vanity addresses...or giggling about them either.
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July 24, 2018, 04:02:09 AM
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Ahha is a nice address, and they are great for creating a wallet who can spell out his words.

Hopefully my next hope after reading this thread gets the wallet I want, something like this:
ihavegot1bitofCointoSpelledoutforBitcointalkorg

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July 25, 2018, 01:50:48 PM
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damn how to get an address like that? in 2014 i found the application that can generate address like that but only 5 word Maximum, how to get an address like that, are the owner just lucky? this is my favorite 1234mNnAPb8YnCsbacaNhB4BqwxB4U4321 this is like an impossible to get this using application

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July 25, 2018, 02:03:30 PM
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Whats the point of vanity addresses tho? The only thing it accomplishes is making it easier to track down your BTC. I would never use them. If you have a business you should use different addresses anyway. I guess its just for shits and giggles? Smiley

Yes, sometimes it's just for fun or for being unique but it totally not help us a lot, I guess. anyway, that is really a nice address that can possibly memorize compared to usual bitcoin address.
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September 04, 2018, 11:53:07 AM
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Any baby car seat manufacturer or Spanish automobile manufacturer looking for a Bitcoin address?
1NewbornSeatQVC9vegVHnxVseNAhhxewb
I'll sign it at a later moment, just to show off Cheesy
-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
This is LoyceV (finally!!) signing a message to prove ownership of this address Cheesy
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
1NewbornSeatQVC9vegVHnxVseNAhhxewb
HITn9zsEArO2NiS1WJ/Y/V3TXI8KnVh26eSU84IACb1QAvc6q1RMpO70veA4Sivq4au647nO41+AJZYfu6AfZOI=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
verify

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September 05, 2018, 03:02:48 AM
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damn how to get an address like that? in 2014 i found the application that can generate address like that but only 5 word Maximum, how to get an address like that, are the owner just lucky? this is my favorite 1234mNnAPb8YnCsbacaNhB4BqwxB4U4321 this is like an impossible to get this using application

I got this one: 123456789ovjUEJBz9pgn4ns6zBFVzKvWM

-----BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
1234567890 (well, "o" since 0 is not allowed)
owned by cowbay
-----SIGNATURE-----
HF48LUbEHBHbA0D9Du1pQnysk9sHm07URL8P5MTEfUuQP2rSzlKt+O4f7IG4KBsSZj19QQ5bztHFgEUUvndxblI=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
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