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Look at what this user has broadcasted, destination addresses are interesting:

bc1pjjjkkkklllllmmmmmmnnnnnnnpppppppqqqqqqqqqrrrrrrrrraq663x0t
bc1pttttuuuuuvvvvvvwwwwwwwxxxxxxxxyyyyyyyyys8888888888sqhaesl3
bc1paaacccdddddeeeeeefffffffgggggggghhhhhhhhhhh77777777q890057
...

How fun?
Care to explain this wizardry, anyone?

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These outputs are not spent, so quite possibly, they're addresses that nobody has the private key (and/or scripts) to.

If so, that's trivial: put whatever string you like in the non-checksum part of the address, and compute the corresponding checksum.

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    And they burnt ~2 m₿ on that [0.o]
    – Murch
    Sep 13, 2023 at 17:55

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