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March 06, 2017, 08:14:54 PM
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Are there any vanity address generators that will keep track of cool addresses not just ones that you specify?

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Short answer: "No"...but if you're good at cool and regex, it is conceivable.
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March 06, 2017, 08:17:15 PM
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Are there any vanity address generators that will keep track of cool addresses not just ones that you specify?

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Short answer: "No"...but if you're good at cool and regex, it is conceivable.



why u hating bro? i cant ask question without u blowin up?
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March 06, 2017, 08:19:03 PM
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Are there any vanity address generators that will keep track of cool addresses not just ones that you specify?

When spitting reality, be careful not to spit it into the wind.
Short answer: "No"...but if you're good at cool and regex, it is conceivable.



why u hating bro? i cant ask question without u blowin up?

 I gave you the answer.  I'm not hating; I'm chuckling.  Nice tag.
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April 11, 2017, 12:36:59 AM
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This thread is absurd because all addresses are unique, therefore, there are no specific "rare" addresses. Say "cool", not "rare".

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April 11, 2017, 03:38:24 AM
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This thread is absurd because all addresses are unique, therefore, there are no specific "rare" addresses. Say "cool", not "rare".

 We can generate random permutations of 29-34 characters of a possible 58 at tens of millions per second and if we closely inspect each one, we can see that they are unique but there is nothing remarkable about them.  When we begin to look for specific sequences of letters within this randomness, we can more easily experience the rarity.  This is the Rare Address Hall of Fame.  It is for those rare addresses that stand out in their rarity from other rare addresses.
 In my mind, all Bitcoin addresses are cool because Bitcoin.  Cool just isn't enough in this thread. Cool doesn't cut it here.



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April 11, 2017, 05:48:02 AM
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This is sure is funny, I hope to get a rare address such as 1Ihave1millionbitcoins0023xx111. This kind of topic is starting to emerge, somebody has posted a topic like this one. He said that we will not stop mining so he can generate a rare address. Though its funny but I admire that persons passion and I hope I can also catch a rare address and sell it haha.

I doubt any one would buy a rare address because the seller would still have access to the private key. I do with I had 1 million bitcoins Grin

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1ihave1miLLionbitcoinsoo23xx111

30 Letter/numbers

That is not a real address but I just made them up. If you read again my comment you will notice that what I written is that I am dreaming of a wallet with that kind of address. Its not an actual address but rather my dream address and if I have it and if I am tired of using it I will sell it online to get money. But anyway it is hard to come by with such a rare address and I can never get it within this lifetime.
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April 12, 2017, 05:08:11 AM
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This is sure is funny, I hope to get a rare address such as 1Ihave1millionbitcoins0023xx111. This kind of topic is starting to emerge, somebody has posted a topic like this one. He said that we will not stop mining so he can generate a rare address. Though its funny but I admire that persons passion and I hope I can also catch a rare address and sell it haha.

I doubt any one would buy a rare address because the seller would still have access to the private key. I do with I had 1 million bitcoins Grin

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1ihave1miLLionbitcoinsoo23xx111

30 Letter/numbers

That is not a real address but I just made them up. If you read again my comment you will notice that what I written is that I am dreaming of a wallet with that kind of address. Its not an actual address but rather my dream address and if I have it and if I am tired of using it I will sell it online to get money. But anyway it is hard to come by with such a rare address and I can never get it within this lifetime.

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April 12, 2017, 03:09:07 PM
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18 leading digits, a new record. I actually found this several months ago but didn't notice, lol.


-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
2017-01-16 controlled by ryanc
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
144187999121393192DxViqQKPPrghj9M3
H1t3t0ZE+/QayD0S7/2RfMUvz9Qsh/9cFW8obuc4K3VDTkTJF+30ZRcW97TrdW3iNfEonx8BfqiSrfYAcYIIeDU=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----


Awesome! 

hmm.. when I try to verify that signature I get "failure: incorrect padding" I tried messing around with some of the end characters (is that the padding?) but couldn't get it to verify.. is this person an imposter trying to steal all the glory from the true owner of 144187999121393192DxViqQKPPrghj9M3?  Cheesy  I await further verification  Tongue
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April 12, 2017, 03:21:22 PM
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these awesome addresses is gen random! I will try to gen many address and find if can gen a good addresse Grin
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April 14, 2017, 04:48:26 PM
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18 leading digits, a new record. I actually found this several months ago but didn't notice, lol.


-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
2017-01-16 controlled by ryanc
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
144187999121393192DxViqQKPPrghj9M3
H1t3t0ZE+/QayD0S7/2RfMUvz9Qsh/9cFW8obuc4K3VDTkTJF+30ZRcW97TrdW3iNfEonx8BfqiSrfYAcYIIeDU=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----


Awesome! 

hmm.. when I try to verify that signature I get "failure: incorrect padding" I tried messing around with some of the end characters (is that the padding?) but couldn't get it to verify.. is this person an imposter trying to steal all the glory from the true owner of 144187999121393192DxViqQKPPrghj9M3?  Cheesy  I await further verification  Tongue

Look here: http://www.coinig.com/?adr=144187999121393192DxViqQKPPrghj9M3&msg=2017-01-16+controlled+by+ryanc&sig=H1t3t0ZE%2B%2FQayD0S7%2F2RfMUvz9Qsh%2F9cFW8obuc4K3VDTkTJF%2B30ZRcW97TrdW3iNfEonx8BfqiSrfYAcYIIeDU%3D

That message was not signed with 144187999121393192DxViqQKPPrghj9M3. It was signed with a different address. It's fake.  Sad Sad
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April 17, 2017, 07:41:34 PM
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Look here: http://www.coinig.com/?adr=144187999121393192DxViqQKPPrghj9M3&msg=2017-01-16+controlled+by+ryanc&sig=H1t3t0ZE%2B%2FQayD0S7%2F2RfMUvz9Qsh%2F9cFW8obuc4K3VDTkTJF%2B30ZRcW97TrdW3iNfEonx8BfqiSrfYAcYIIeDU%3D

That message was not signed with 144187999121393192DxViqQKPPrghj9M3. It was signed with a different address. It's fake.  Sad Sad

The link got screwed up somehow. I fixed my previous post.

See also http://coinig.com/?adr=144187999121393192DxViqQKPPrghj9M3&msg=2017-01-26+controlled+by+ryanc&sig=H1t3t0ZE%2B%2FQayD0S7%2F2RfMUvz9Qsh%2F9cFW8obuc4K3VDTkTJF%2B30ZRcW97TrdW3iNfEonx8BfqiSrfYAcYIIeDU%3D
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April 17, 2017, 10:25:40 PM
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Yea you posted a 2 instead of a 1. I can confirm that signature is legit!  Cheesy Cheesy
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April 17, 2017, 10:31:11 PM
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Yea you posted a 2 instead of a 1. I can confirm that signature is legit!  Cheesy Cheesy

I still can't see where it was screwed up, lol.
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April 17, 2017, 10:32:13 PM
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Yea you posted a 2 instead of a 1. I can confirm that signature is legit!  Cheesy Cheesy

I still can't see where it was screwed up, lol.


WRONG:
-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
2017-01-16 controlled by ryanc
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
144187999121393192DxViqQKPPrghj9M3
H1t3t0ZE+/QayD0S7/2RfMUvz9Qsh/9cFW8obuc4K3VDTkTJF+30ZRcW97TrdW3iNfEonx8BfqiSrfYAcYIIeDU=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----



CORRECT:
-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
2017-01-26 controlled by ryanc
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
144187999121393192DxViqQKPPrghj9M3
H1t3t0ZE+/QayD0S7/2RfMUvz9Qsh/9cFW8obuc4K3VDTkTJF+30ZRcW97TrdW3iNfEonx8BfqiSrfYAcYIIeDU=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
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May 09, 2017, 05:56:50 AM
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Some one can keep coins in the "1BANK"  Wink Wink Wink  1FEexvHqvJPKxWmfTQCrqBNqYMGoK1BANK
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May 30, 2017, 03:01:35 PM
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I present a new candidate...

longest case-sensitive real-word prefix: 1DETACHABLEDD7hgExqScWngMrxDGtXwcX


Proof:

-----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-----
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May 30, 2017, 03:06:59 PM
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I see most of the addresses come from arrogant people, when looking at a blank address. If you look or look for some "new" address I think doing it is the best way.
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May 30, 2017, 11:19:57 PM
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I see most of the addresses come from arrogant people, when looking at a blank address. If you look or look for some "new" address I think doing it is the best way.

What?  Oh, never mind, you are just another piece of shit paid signature spammer dumping your daily steaming pile of posts on the forum.

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October 09, 2017, 01:41:23 PM
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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.

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October 09, 2017, 01:47:35 PM
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I really need to have a try at various vanity addresses some are pretty good. This is one I'm going to have to research a little bit more to find out how to do it.

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