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Daily General Discussion - August 9, 2022
3 projects | /r/ethfinance | 9 Aug 2022
Lost 17,000 $ of ETH due to hacked Metamask wallet
3 projects | /r/ethereum | 27 Jan 2022
using https://github.com/MyEtherWallet/VanityEth directly from terminal is orders of magnitudes faster. a 4 character prefix is generated in less than a second compared to the 1.5 minutes of in-browser generator. I imagine customizing it to use GPU or even FPGA/ASIC could get a few more orders of magnitude. It isn't safe to rely purely on prefix and/or suffix checking
What are some alternatives?
VanitySearch - Bitcoin Address Prefix Finder
EtherAddressLookup - Adds links to strings that look like Ethereum addresses to your favourite blockchain explorer. Adds protection against private key phishing. Offers custom site bookmarks.
ERADICATE2 - Vanity address generator for CREATE2 addresses
OpenHashTab - 📝 File hashing and checking shell extension
GenerAtor - This tool enables users to use new or existing credentials from the Algorand blockchain, on various networks such as (mainnet and testnet) to create Algorand Standard Assets (ASA).
profanity - Vanity address generator for Ethereum
nifty-game - 🃏🎮A NFT(ERC721) card game build on Ethereum, Truffle, Ganache and hosting on IPFS.
kotal - Blockchain Kubernetes Operator
nice-node - Run a node — just press start
rad - Radix Babylon vanity address finder allowing easy import into Radix mobile Wallet.
ethereum-wallet-miner - A proof-of-concept project to show how cryptocurrency wallets are not as secure as you would think.