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September 17, 2018, 05:23:46 PM
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You can create any arbitrary address simply by putting the correct checksum at the end. You, of course, will not know the secret key, so anything that is sent there is unlikely to ever be received will be destroyed and can never be spent.


FIFY.

Here is an example I made a long time ago:

Code:
11When1DieBuryMeDeepLayTwoXVEY5jv - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC
11SpeakersAtMyFeetAPairofXXTyrHor - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC
11HeadphonesonMyHeadAndXXXXYUSvnd - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC
11ALwaysPLayTheGratefuLDeadWdq4Xo - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC


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September 17, 2018, 08:56:44 PM
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Any vanity pubkeys category? If so, I win:

0200000000000000000000003b78ce563f89a0ed9414f5aa28ad0d96d6795f9c63

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Jesus, that must have taken forever to bruteforce, what kind of hardware were you working with? Must have been an absolute beast, or you simply got completely lucky and cracked one early with low power hardware.

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Any vanity pubkeys category? If so, I win:

0200000000000000000000003b78ce563f89a0ed9414f5aa28ad0d96d6795f9c63


Jesus, that must have taken forever to bruteforce, what kind of hardware were you working with? Must have been an absolute beast, or you simply got completely lucky and cracked one early with low power hardware.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=90982.msg40216955#msg40216955


The "best" pubkey I have found so far is:

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02000000000000aeea7a7a5c04504f6e4e45452940431c9a264011686f3b746f92
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September 30, 2018, 03:43:28 AM
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I can hardly wait for a full address. 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. I have the first one (on my sig). So I sent some of my inactive CPUs (on my mining machine) to the task and found it in a few weeks.
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October 11, 2018, 01:19:28 PM
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You can create any arbitrary address simply by putting the correct checksum at the end. You, of course, will not know the secret key, so anything that is sent there is unlikely to ever be received will be destroyed and can never be spent.


FIFY.

Here is an example I made a long time ago:

Code:
11When1DieBuryMeDeepLayTwoXVEY5jv - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC
11SpeakersAtMyFeetAPairofXXTyrHor - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC
11HeadphonesonMyHeadAndXXXXYUSvnd - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC
11ALwaysPLayTheGratefuLDeadWdq4Xo - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC

How do you add a check sum? Might come in handy later.

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October 11, 2018, 06:10:37 PM
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How do you add a check sum? Might come in handy later.
Search for a burn address generator, this one for instance: http://gobittest.appspot.com/ProofOfBurn

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October 11, 2018, 06:54:08 PM
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 #547

You can create any arbitrary address simply by putting the correct checksum at the end. You, of course, will not know the secret key, so anything that is sent there is unlikely to ever be received will be destroyed and can never be spent.


FIFY.

Here is an example I made a long time ago:

Code:
11When1DieBuryMeDeepLayTwoXVEY5jv - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC
11SpeakersAtMyFeetAPairofXXTyrHor - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC
11HeadphonesonMyHeadAndXXXXYUSvnd - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC
11ALwaysPLayTheGratefuLDeadWdq4Xo - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC

How do you add a check sum? Might come in handy later.


1) create a template of your desired address ie 1waLLobserverburnaddressxxxxxxxxx (the last few characters will eventually be random due to checksum)

2) Base58 unencode your burn address into hex - 000A52498DB787B09EEC7C428B8B0C853EA1C2702C4E117611

3) remove the last 4 bytes from the result and call what's left N - 000A52498DB787B09EEC7C428B8B0C853EA1C2702C4E117611

4) sha256(sha256(N)) - BD0F89693417148626446F3E1EA43A69453FBCF72A024600FB54A2BC34F23387

5) take the first 4 bytes of step 4 and stick it on the end of N - 000A52498DB787B09EEC7C428B8B0C853EA1C2702CBD0F8969

6) base58 encode step 5 - 1waLLobserverburnaddressxxy1oWwkk

done


 
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October 11, 2018, 11:53:07 PM
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How do you add a check sum? Might come in handy later.


1) create a template of your desired address ie 1waLLobserverburnaddressxxxxxxxxx (the last few characters will eventually be random due to checksum)

2) Base58 unencode your burn address into hex - 000A52498DB787B09EEC7C428B8B0C853EA1C2702C4E117611

3) remove the last 4 bytes from the result and call what's left N - 000A52498DB787B09EEC7C428B8B0C853EA1C2702C4E117611

4) sha256(sha256(N)) - BD0F89693417148626446F3E1EA43A69453FBCF72A024600FB54A2BC34F23387

5) take the first 4 bytes of step 4 and stick it on the end of N - 000A52498DB787B09EEC7C428B8B0C853EA1C2702CBD0F8969

6) base58 encode step 5 - 1waLLobserverburnaddressxxy1oWwkk

done


 

That is so cool... thanks for that.

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October 22, 2018, 06:25:42 PM
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You can create any arbitrary address simply by putting the correct checksum at the end. You, of course, will not know the secret key, so anything that is sent there is unlikely to ever be received will be destroyed and can never be spent.


FIFY.

Here is an example I made a long time ago:

Code:
11When1DieBuryMeDeepLayTwoXVEY5jv - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC
11SpeakersAtMyFeetAPairofXXTyrHor - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC
11HeadphonesonMyHeadAndXXXXYUSvnd - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC
11ALwaysPLayTheGratefuLDeadWdq4Xo - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC

How do you add a check sum? Might come in handy later.


1) create a template of your desired address ie 1waLLobserverburnaddressxxxxxxxxx (the last few characters will eventually be random due to checksum)

2) Base58 unencode your burn address into hex - 000A52498DB787B09EEC7C428B8B0C853EA1C2702C4E117611

3) remove the last 4 bytes from the result and call what's left N - 000A52498DB787B09EEC7C428B8B0C853EA1C2702C4E117611

4) sha256(sha256(N)) - BD0F89693417148626446F3E1EA43A69453FBCF72A024600FB54A2BC34F23387

5) take the first 4 bytes of step 4 and stick it on the end of N - 000A52498DB787B09EEC7C428B8B0C853EA1C2702CBD0F8969

6) base58 encode step 5 - 1waLLobserverburnaddressxxy1oWwkk

done


 

Is there a step missing between 4 and 5?

And as I understand, sha256(sha256(N)) would simply mean "hashing a hash" - correct?

000A52498DB787B09EEC7C428B8B0C853EA1C2702C (from step 3) sha256'd is:
414852558A27373137680508E28F0C3E35481EF766D72CDDFA27084EECBFFAA3
... and when this ^ is sha256'd I get:
3649A20CD93B0A51FDFFF9831E8DC4EBB9FE0883708D2969E79E70AE78FF51B1

Where does BD0F8969 come from in step 4, in this example?

I used this site to hash: https://passwordsgenerator.net/sha256-hash-generator/
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You can create any arbitrary address simply by putting the correct checksum at the end. You, of course, will not know the secret key, so anything that is sent there is unlikely to ever be received will be destroyed and can never be spent.


FIFY.

Here is an example I made a long time ago:

Code:
11When1DieBuryMeDeepLayTwoXVEY5jv - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC
11SpeakersAtMyFeetAPairofXXTyrHor - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC
11HeadphonesonMyHeadAndXXXXYUSvnd - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC
11ALwaysPLayTheGratefuLDeadWdq4Xo - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC

How do you add a check sum? Might come in handy later.


1) create a template of your desired address ie 1waLLobserverburnaddressxxxxxxxxx (the last few characters will eventually be random due to checksum)

2) Base58 unencode your burn address into hex - 000A52498DB787B09EEC7C428B8B0C853EA1C2702C4E117611

3) remove the last 4 bytes from the result and call what's left N - 000A52498DB787B09EEC7C428B8B0C853EA1C2702C4E117611

4) sha256(sha256(N)) - BD0F89693417148626446F3E1EA43A69453FBCF72A024600FB54A2BC34F23387

5) take the first 4 bytes of step 4 and stick it on the end of N - 000A52498DB787B09EEC7C428B8B0C853EA1C2702CBD0F8969

6) base58 encode step 5 - 1waLLobserverburnaddressxxy1oWwkk

done


 

Is there a step missing between 4 and 5?

And as I understand, sha256(sha256(N)) would simply mean "hashing a hash" - correct?

000A52498DB787B09EEC7C428B8B0C853EA1C2702C (from step 3) sha256'd is:
414852558A27373137680508E28F0C3E35481EF766D72CDDFA27084EECBFFAA3
... and when this ^ is sha256'd I get:
3649A20CD93B0A51FDFFF9831E8DC4EBB9FE0883708D2969E79E70AE78FF51B1

Where does BD0F8969 come from in step 4, in this example?

I used this site to hash: https://passwordsgenerator.net/sha256-hash-generator/


 You have to use the binary data rather than the string value.  Probably the tool you are using doesn't convert the string to a hex number so it will use the ASCII code for each character in the string as input.

Try this site -  https://anyhash.com/sha256 and make sure to select the hex checkbox to the right.

 
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You can create any arbitrary address simply by putting the correct checksum at the end. You, of course, will not know the secret key, so anything that is sent there is unlikely to ever be received will be destroyed and can never be spent.


FIFY.

Here is an example I made a long time ago:

Code:
11When1DieBuryMeDeepLayTwoXVEY5jv - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC
11SpeakersAtMyFeetAPairofXXTyrHor - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC
11HeadphonesonMyHeadAndXXXXYUSvnd - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC
11ALwaysPLayTheGratefuLDeadWdq4Xo - (Unspent) 0.00000001 BTC

How do you add a check sum? Might come in handy later.


1) create a template of your desired address ie 1waLLobserverburnaddressxxxxxxxxx (the last few characters will eventually be random due to checksum)

2) Base58 unencode your burn address into hex - 000A52498DB787B09EEC7C428B8B0C853EA1C2702C4E117611

3) remove the last 4 bytes from the result and call what's left N - 000A52498DB787B09EEC7C428B8B0C853EA1C2702C4E117611

4) sha256(sha256(N)) - BD0F89693417148626446F3E1EA43A69453FBCF72A024600FB54A2BC34F23387

5) take the first 4 bytes of step 4 and stick it on the end of N - 000A52498DB787B09EEC7C428B8B0C853EA1C2702CBD0F8969

6) base58 encode step 5 - 1waLLobserverburnaddressxxy1oWwkk

done


 

Is there a step missing between 4 and 5?

And as I understand, sha256(sha256(N)) would simply mean "hashing a hash" - correct?

000A52498DB787B09EEC7C428B8B0C853EA1C2702C (from step 3) sha256'd is:
414852558A27373137680508E28F0C3E35481EF766D72CDDFA27084EECBFFAA3
... and when this ^ is sha256'd I get:
3649A20CD93B0A51FDFFF9831E8DC4EBB9FE0883708D2969E79E70AE78FF51B1

Where does BD0F8969 come from in step 4, in this example?

I used this site to hash: https://passwordsgenerator.net/sha256-hash-generator/


 You have to use the binary data rather than the string value.  Probably the tool you are using doesn't convert the string to a hex number so it will use the ASCII code for each character in the string as input.

Try this site -  https://anyhash.com/sha256 and make sure to select the hex checkbox to the right.

 


1YesThatWorksThankYouXhomervUVfQs!

I used the site you suggested for sha256, and this site for base58:
http://lenschulwitz.com/base58

Obvious, but just to be clear, this is only useful for anyone needing a burner address - you cannot generate the private key.
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November 05, 2018, 12:53:02 AM
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how to get that address? is this just a coincidance? or not? or maybe they generate it? but as i know to generate more than 5 digits is impossible right now? let see 1111111111111111111114oLvT2    there are 22 times the number 1, my big question, HOW?

 Read the post directly above yours for the answer!
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November 14, 2018, 11:46:35 PM
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Well i saw transaction like this one:
4e6da853ca210092dc05b409cba70582d275519aa4176ce755e7b0c011c78933

Code:
1ThxU4ztFF5zpX9yk5WVVNQPWkjCycP8U
1andmf9x53GEsnibPvBSCeGaskgHhZgQ6
1Happyu5gsk2N1sBFvCbnVx1bRTPwLeHKv
1New1R4YHKiDTSYghQqKxm3xQPPFuoa5Ti
1Year1c2ZbGUDrsJGaUZcEPP5EwVJ7LkA

As new year donation Cheesy. Its pretty high level skill to do such transaction.
Its hard to show real cool transaction that happened actually. Not hard to write 1whateveryoulikeinaddresswhileItDidntEverHappenedf89w34 Tongue

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April 30, 2019, 09:24:31 AM
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One for our Kiwi cussy bros'

1ALLBLACKCDPbf9egRZPhzxqacrox3gPEs

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