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i want to know it is possible to store all generated addresses into file (or DB). How it can be?
For example i need to generate 1,000,000,000 addresses, with vanitygen speed about 50M per second.

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./vanitygen -k 1 -o output.txt

will generate addressses until you stop it, and will save the addresses to output.txt. It won't be formatted, so it's a better idea to use Vanitygen Plus's -z option, which formats the output as CSV.

  • it is fatest way? Dont it be slowed by writing 1 string in file each time? I know what operations like write in file are very slow. – Nick Nikolaev Aug 27 '18 at 11:18

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