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any of you autists ever find anything?

>> No.15783347

>>15783329
keys.lol
I found a yellow one once, it had like 10 bucks in it 2 years ago. Got my panties so wet!

>> No.15783352

>>15783329
Any autist would know how little 128 is compared to 2^256.

>> No.15783406

>>15783329
Op i suggest you take a math class

>> No.15783424
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>>15783329
You have a better chance of spontaneously quantum-tunneling through your bedroom wall than you do of finding a working key on that website in 1,000 years.

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Holy fuck is this legal

>> No.15783458

>>15783329
how can I profit off of this

>> No.15783460

>>15783406
so... it’s not impossible..?

>> No.15783490

>>15783460
Statistically higher chance that quantum tunneling will cause bill Gates to spontaneously have a fully formed memory of owing you 1billion dollars in his mind and a complete impulse to act on that memory. Than that you will find even one dollar using this site.

>> No.15783513

>>15783490
you don't know what quantum tunneling is. don't talk about things you don't understand, moron.

>> No.15783647

>>15783513
No he knows perfectly about what he is talking about. Your time is better spent on other things.

>> No.15783759

>>15783647
quantum tunneling only applies to subatomic particles. getting your phone out and pretending to be someone else is really pathetic

>> No.15783791

>>15783329
BTC and ETH private keys are 256 bits. That means the key space is 2^256. That means there are more than 1×1077 keys. That's a one with 77 zeros after it.

>> No.15783794

>>15783791
>1×1077
1x10^77

copy paste fail

>> No.15783800

>>15783791
1 * 1077 = 1077
retard.

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>>15783490
Statistically higher chance of me quantum tunneling your mom.

>> No.15783859

>>15783827
underage or mentally underage poster

>> No.15783862

>>15783490
but that sounds impossible..?

>> No.15783884

>>15783827
based

>> No.15783886

>>15783329
About $160 per day when we were at 20k. Actually paid more to work "at the sto" so I gave it up

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>>15783800

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>>15783859
cmon have some fun. realize that the chance of finding a btc key; count the number of grains of sand on the earth, and then for each grain of sand, consider another earth, each with its comparable number of grains a sand, then add up all the grains of sand on all the earths, and your chances are less than finding a particular grain of sand in that midst.

>> No.15783929

>>15783902
what if i have my friend help me..?

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>>15783902

>> No.15783953

>>15783886
While almost impossible to 'randomly' come across value, my trick was to generate based off the first and second lines of chapters of random books. A surprising number of fools use "In the beginning" and so can usually clear several dollars a week with it. The Bible is empty now. I made $35 from "ENNIS DEL MAR WAKES BEFORE FIVE, WIND ROCKING THE TRAILER, HISSing in around the aluminum door and window frames."

>> No.15783954

>>15783460
no but winning the lottery has way way better odds

>> No.15783968
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>>15783458
how much is your time worth?
if the answer is 10e-43 $/s, then it might be worth going through the keys looking for your immoral fortune.

>> No.15784008

>>15783954
so if i do the lottery AND do this website i will surely win..?

>> No.15784062

for some perspective, GHz cpu = 10^9 cpu cycles per second. 10^5 seconds in a day.
assuming a perfect 1 cycle address calculation, (more realistically 10-100 cycles)
that's 10^17 cracks per year. for 10^34 addresses, you still need computers to get 10^17 times faster to do it.

and by the time that happens bitcoin can fork to 512 and make it even more impossible.

>> No.15784096

>>15783759
Sounds like you

>> No.15784126

>>15784062
but what if i do it tomorrow as well as today..?

>> No.15784169

>>15784126
10^15 per day, 10^17 per year. you can add 10^17 more years, but you'll be dead by then, and earth will no longer exist either.

>> No.15784204

>>15784169
did you factor in meal times and helping my grandma out with her gardening once every couple of weeks?

>> No.15784208

it's amazing to me that fags on here will buy crypto but not understand the insane odds of generating a used key. this shit is cryptographically secure...that's the fucking point. how many billions of years do you want to waste hitting refresh on keys.lol?

>> No.15784269

>>15784208
but it’s not impossible..?

>> No.15784306

>>15783968
you underestimate how much of a poor neet I am

>> No.15784346

What’s the link?

>> No.15784365

>>15784346
if you can't spot the link in OP you won't be able to spot any amount of ETH in the wallets on the site either

>> No.15784376

>>15784208
Well, well. Look at the city slicker pulling up in his fancy German car.

>> No.15784393

found one with 10 eth last page but idk, saying invalid private key 0x3f17f1962B36e491b30A40b2405849e597Ba5FB5

>> No.15784398

>>15784269
If everybody on this earth had a computer that attempted over a trillion attempts every single second, it would still take until the heat death of the universe for even 1 used key to be discovered, let alone a key with any large amount of money in it.

>> No.15784423

>>15784393
post private key and I'll send you 50%. Beats having nothing

>> No.15784450

>>15784398
what if i get lucky

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great
oh my god
if I do anything with this i'll be in big BIG trouble
what the fuck is this website, a joke? this can't be real. it's just a joke to lure in dummies to interact with this wallet so it can track my own, right? honeypot.lol

my god what an evil premise

>> No.15784523

>>15784423
I dont think it works, but here it is fffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffebaaedce6af48a03bbfd25e8cd0364141

>> No.15784529

>>15784490
what's the address

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>>15784490
nice try faggot

>>15784523
...

>> No.15784604

>>15784586
what happened :O

>> No.15784678

Let's entertain the idea of finding a key to a wallet with funds in it. Since you have the key, it's not illegal. You didn't do anything criminal or fraudulent to acquire the key. You should be able to move funds around without any legal problem fucking you over, right? Interested in hearing some opinions.

>> No.15784709

>>15784678
if you guess the password to someone's computer, do you have legal access to their files?

>> No.15784755

>>15784709
No identity is tied to a wallet. It's possible that an address I used in the past but discarded is used by another person down the road. Unless you register a domain with your name on it with that address.

>> No.15784766

>>15784709
Probably not but with crypto it's a very specific case. How can someone prove you acquired the key fraudulently? The onus is on the prosecution, not yourself.

>> No.15784781

>>15784709
yea, cuck

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Dam The Private key doesn't always match the address https://keys.lol/ethereum/1

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>>15783953
This is why key entropy is important, folks
>>15784208
/thread right here
>>15784678
I say it's illegal.
Let's say I use a random (physical) key generator to generate millions of house keys and use one of my randomly generated keys to break into your house and take your valuables. I am obviously committing a crime, no? I used brute force to deliberately subvert your security system and you lost valuable property. You suffered damages.
By transferring money from a public address that you brute forced, that you know rightfully belongs to someone else, you are committing theft and the original owner of the address could take you to court and get a judgment against you.

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>>15784008

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>>15783329
Holy shit I found some!

>> No.15785319

Found one with 3.6 ETH on it. Thanks OP, buying myself a new monitor.

>> No.15785533

No OP, I didn’t
Not when I had an entire server farm running an AI sorting through hundreds of keys a minute did I see anything
Not after three whole months
Sometimes I wonder if some of the keys did have BTC, but because I was searching random ETH I wouldn’t see it and miss my once in the universe chance
There’s probably twice the number of wallets with BTC compared to ETH, but compared to 2^256, nothing matters
It might as well be 0

>> No.15785580

>>15785533
How can you setup a server farm running an AI if you don't even understand the order of magnitude that 2^256 is.

I can't think of a worse way of burning money than trying to find a private key by brute force.

>> No.15785589

>>15785290
kek

>> No.15785608

>>15783513
Do you, moron?

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