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Example address prefix given below

12cgpRC5r7zakGBfRGf5RQfGCgTnp7K1Yb
12cgpFkDMJXdwck9YHrrFsWP8PgxXjtBS7
12cgpcjw2628NPAPMvzSWF9Vh2tcUJrpAa
12cgpDmDJnugoRHeAfief7KSiUFvNPF5MY
12cgpz1PwVesaKArAR53W3owQy32XKuuxT

So first 5 letters are common prefix for all address 12cgp

  • Wouldn't this be something like 2^(160 - 4)( custom char vanity) = 2^156, although these aren't compressed... Not sure how it would work in that case.. 2^(34 - 4)? – Rutger Versteegden Nov 27 '17 at 18:47
  • So How many million address – Edwin Sturt Nov 27 '17 at 19:29
  • (2^(34-5)) / (2^(33-4)), my mistake. I still don't think this is correct though. – Rutger Versteegden Nov 27 '17 at 19:48
  • Essentially infinite for most purposes. – Anonymous Nov 27 '17 at 20:28
  • So there no end for Single address e.g my name bitcoin will be infinite, no one can crack it or regenerate my same pattern 1Sturtxxxxxxxxxx can be infinite – Edwin Sturt Nov 27 '17 at 21:01

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