How Hard Is It to Brute Force a Bitcoin Private Key? - Decrypt

What is Bitcoin Private Key brute-forcing?

  1. What is it?
  2. How does it work?
  3. How likely is it that a full length of a private key can be brute-forced?
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How Hard Is It to Brute Force a Bitcoin Private Key? It's nearly impossible… For now.

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How Hard Is It to Brute Force a Bitcoin Private Key? It's nearly impossible… For now. (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Will quantum computers destroy Bitcoin? What about a 51% attack? Could Bitcoin addresses be brute forced to reveal private keys? (Bitcoin Basics Podcast)

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Why You Can’t Just Brute-Force a Bitcoin Private Key

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I'm locked out of an old private key backup with lots of coins. I'll give 1 BTC to anyone who can provide info that helps restore the wallet or provides resources to brute force it open. /r/Bitcoin

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How long would it take to brute force all the Bitcoin private keys? I figured out one estimate over the weekend

Write up: here
First post. I hope folks find this as interesting to read as it was for me to do the research/work.
I own Bitcoin. I believe in Bitcoin. I did this over the weekend as a work of curiosity. It's only one estimate and it's explained in my blog.
Please post any feedback. I also did this to learn so any additional knowledge anyone would like to share would be great.
TLDR: Approximately 12 quattuorvigintillion years (1075) at ~350 Billion keygens per second.
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11-26 08:23 - 'This is just a basic look at what it takes to brute Force modern encryption ( in bitcoin's case the pool of uuids for private keys ) . / From a "secure" standpoint Bitcoin is not as secure as you all think. / First off nod...' by /u/bitmadjc7f91 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 18-28min

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This is just a basic look at what it takes to brute Force modern encryption ( in bitcoin's case the pool of uuids for private keys ) .
From a "secure" standpoint Bitcoin is not as secure as you all think.
First off nodes are publicly known meaning a physical attack by global governments working with bandwidth providers would be a walk in the park, you would not need to get 100% either knock out 40% or more of the full nodes especially ones at large mining operations and watch people jump ship.
I think people get starry eyed at the 200 billion market cap on crypto , but let this number sink in 1.5 quadrillion USD. That is the estimated size of currency derivatives markets (quadrillion is a million billion) . You have established players in this game that are extremely old money. I assure you if any of these institutions felt any kind of threat from crypto currencies they are capable and would kill it completely, keeping the tech but centralizing authority.
I want a better future too for world economies ,but crypto is not going to do it, to initiate real change you would need a large scale global event (think ELE style WW3 or worse).
Call me a pessimist but if real large scale adoption were to take place , true decentralization would be out of the question for the powers that be. The concept that "they have no choice" when these are physical computers sitting in regulated areas of the world and require a specific network protocol that can be easily identified and blocked is just a little naive.
I honestly think for now it is simply not seen as a serious threat, or is being propped up to crash to zero to pull billions in illicit funds out of the money supply. ( Like the FBI running kiddie porn servers )
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11-26 08:03 - 'This is just a basic look at what it takes to brute Force modern encryption ( in bitcoin's case the pool of uuids for private keys ) . / From a "secure" standpoint Bitcoin is not as secure as you all think. / First off node...' by /u/bitmad38c1o7 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 2-12min

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This is just a basic look at what it takes to brute Force modern encryption ( in bitcoin's case the pool of uuids for private keys ) .
From a "secure" standpoint Bitcoin is not as secure as you all think.
First off nodes are publicly known meaning a physical attack by global governments working with bandwidth providers would be a walk in the park, you would not need to get 100% either knock out 40% or more of the full nodes especially ones at large mining operations and watch people jump ship.
I think people get starry eyed at the 200 billion market cap on crypto , but let this number sink in 1.5 quadrillion USD. That is the estimated size of currency derivatives markets (quadrillion is a million billion) . You have established players in this game that are extremely old money. I assure you if any of these institutions felt any kind of threat from crypto currencies they are capable and would kill it completely, keeping the tech but centralizing authority.
I want a better future too for world economies ,but crypto is not going to do it, to initiate real change you would need a large scale global event (think ELE style WW3 or worse).
Call me a pessimist but if real large scale adoption were to take place , true decentralization would be out of the question for the powers that be. The concept that "they have no choice" when these are physical computers sitting in regulated areas of the world and require a specific network protocol that can be easily identified and blocked is just a little naive.
I honestly think for now it is simply not seen as a serious threat, or is being propped up to crash to zero to pull billions in illicit funds out of the money supply. ( Like the FBI running kiddie porn servers )
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11-26 06:12 - 'This is just a basic look at what it takes to brute Force modern encryption ( in bitcoin's case the pool of uuids for private keys ) . / From a "secure" standpoint Bitcoin is not as secure as you all think. / First off node...' by /u/bitmad4vo76q removed from /r/Bitcoin within 6-16min

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This is just a basic look at what it takes to brute Force modern encryption ( in bitcoin's case the pool of uuids for private keys ) .
From a "secure" standpoint Bitcoin is not as secure as you all think.
First off nodes are publicly known meaning a physical attack by global governments working with bandwidth providers would be a walk in the park, you would not need to get 100% either knock out 40% or more of the full nodes especially ones at large mining operations and watch people jump ship.
I think people get starry eyed at the 200 billion market cap on crypto , but let this number sink in 1.5 quadrillion USD. That is the estimated size of currency derivatives markets (quadrillion is a million billion) . You have established players in this game that are extremely old money. I assure you if any of these institutions felt any kind of threat from crypto currencies they are capable and would kill it completely, keeping the tech but centralizing authority.
I want a better future too for world economies ,but crypto is not going to do it, to initiate real change you would need a large scale global event (think ELE style WW3 or worse).
Call me a pessimist but if real large scale adoption were to take place , true decentralization would be out of the question for the powers that be. The concept that "they have no choice" when these are physical computers sitting in regulated areas of the world and require a specific network protocol that can be easily identified and blocked is just a little naive.
I honestly think for now it is simply not seen as a serious threat, or is being propped up to crash to zero to pull billions in illicit funds out of the money supply. ( Like the FBI running kiddie porn servers )
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11-26 07:38 - 'This is just a basic look at what it takes to brute Force modern encryption ( in bitcoin's case the pool of uuids for private keys ) . / From a "secure" standpoint Bitcoin is not as secure as you all think. / First off nodes...' by /u/bitmaddvaet5 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-4min

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This is just a basic look at what it takes to brute Force modern encryption ( in bitcoin's case the pool of uuids for private keys ) .
From a "secure" standpoint Bitcoin is not as secure as you all think.
First off nodes are publicly known meaning a physical attack by global governments working with bandwidth providers would be a walk in the park, you would not need to get 100% either knock out 40% or more of the full nodes especially ones at large mining operations and watch people jump ship.
I think people get starry eyed at the 200 billion market cap on crypto , but let this number sink in 1.5 quadrillion USD. That is the estimated size of currency derivatives markets (quadrillion is a million billion) . You have established players in this game that are extremely old money. I assure you if any of these institutions felt any kind of threat from crypto currencies they are capable and would kill it completely, keeping the tech but centralizing authority.
I want a better future too for world economies ,but crypto is not going to do it, to initiate real change you would need a large scale global event (think ELE style WW3 or worse).
Call me a pessimist but if real large scale adoption were to take place , true decentralization would be out of the question for the powers that be. The concept that "they have no choice" when these are physical computers sitting in regulated areas of the world and require a specific network protocol that can be easily identified and blocked is just a little naive.
I honestly think for now it is simply not seen as a serious threat, or is being propped up to crash to zero to pull billions in illicit funds out of the money supply. ( Like the FBI running kiddie porn servers )
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