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[GitHub Release] EthNet TX Tools - Create Ethereum Token transactions by bruteforcing checksums (Augur, Golem, and 80+).

Thu Jul 27, 2017 6:27 pm

The EthNet TX Tools project has been canceled. We will inform if there's a any change in plans.
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Re: [GitHub Release] EthNet TX Tools - Create Ethereum Token transactions by bruteforcing checksums (Augur, Golem, and 8

Thu Jul 27, 2017 7:23 pm

This is a very interesting project! I can see some great uses being a blockchain developer myself. What is an estimate on when the option to generate Contract transactions be an available?

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Re: [GitHub Release] EthNet TX Tools - Create Ethereum Token transactions by bruteforcing checksums (Augur, Golem, and 8

Thu Jul 27, 2017 8:17 pm

This is a very interesting project! I can see some great uses being a blockchain developer myself. What is an estimate on when the option to generate Contract transactions be an available?
As of right now, we are currently putting most of our active development time into the contract transaction generation functions. Currently we have a working implementation of Contract TX generation, but the very most simple transaction takes an average of 5 days on a very high end server to bruteforce.

Once we have the time it takes to bruteforce a simple contract transaction down to a more reasonable amount of time we will include it in the next release (we're working on a new method that we estimate should take about 8 hours to bruteforce a very simple transaction). We hope to have the next release within the next week or two.

TL;DR - Hopefully within the next couple of weeks we will have the functionality to generate very simple transactions, with an estimate of about 8 hours to generate the most simple transaction.

blackgoldcoin
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Re: [GitHub Release] EthNet TX Tools - Create Ethereum Token transactions by bruteforcing checksums (Augur, Golem, and 8

Thu Jul 27, 2017 8:40 pm

This is a very interesting project! I can see some great uses being a blockchain developer myself. What is an estimate on when the option to generate Contract transactions be an available?
As of right now, we are currently putting most of our active development time into the contract transaction generation functions. Currently we have a working implementation of Contract TX generation, but the very most simple transaction takes an average of 5 days on a very high end server to bruteforce.

Once we have the time it takes to bruteforce a simple contract transaction down to a more reasonable amount of time we will include it in the next release (we're working on a new method that we estimate should take about 8 hours to bruteforce a very simple transaction). We hope to have the next release within the next week or two.

TL;DR - Hopefully within the next couple of weeks we will have the functionality to generate very simple transactions, with an estimate of about 8 hours to generate the most simple transaction.
Is there a contact email that I can talk with you guys about possibly joining the dev team on this project? I've just now been looking on github at the functions that generate the token transactions and I'm very impressed by the optimization of how fast it "does each loop". I would love to see what you guys are working on now with generating contract transactions.

Thanks!

gogandmog
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Re: [GitHub Release] EthNet TX Tools - Create Ethereum Token transactions by bruteforcing checksums (Augur, Golem, and 8

Thu Jul 27, 2017 8:45 pm

This is a very interesting project! I can see some great uses being a blockchain developer myself. What is an estimate on when the option to generate Contract transactions be an available?
As of right now, we are currently putting most of our active development time into the contract transaction generation functions. Currently we have a working implementation of Contract TX generation, but the very most simple transaction takes an average of 5 days on a very high end server to bruteforce.

Once we have the time it takes to bruteforce a simple contract transaction down to a more reasonable amount of time we will include it in the next release (we're working on a new method that we estimate should take about 8 hours to bruteforce a very simple transaction). We hope to have the next release within the next week or two.

TL;DR - Hopefully within the next couple of weeks we will have the functionality to generate very simple transactions, with an estimate of about 8 hours to generate the most simple transaction.
Is there a contact email that I can talk with you guys about possibly joining the dev team on this project? I've just now been looking on github at the functions that generate the token transactions and I'm very impressed by the optimization of how fast it "does each loop". I would love to see what you guys are working on now with generating contract transactions.

Thanks!
Yes, of course. Send your CV to gogandmog@gmx.com and we can discuss this. We are mostly looking for well rounded and experienced C coders.

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Re: [GitHub Release] EthNet TX Tools - Create Ethereum Token transactions by bruteforcing checksums (Augur, Golem, and 8

Thu Jul 27, 2017 9:02 pm

i feel like this will be used to scam people even if the transactions never confirm because espesially with coins that are less common people probably rarely wait for confirmations. And i mean people sending to other people not websites accepting transfers, obviously all of those do wait for confirmations (i should think anyways)

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Re: [GitHub Release] EthNet TX Tools - Create Ethereum Token transactions by bruteforcing checksums (Augur, Golem, and 8

Thu Jul 27, 2017 10:55 pm

i feel like this will be used to scam people even if the transactions never confirm because espesially with coins that are less common people probably rarely wait for confirmations. And i mean people sending to other people not websites accepting transfers, obviously all of those do wait for confirmations (i should think anyways)
Whether or not a cryptocurrency tool may make it easier for potential scammers, people are always going to try to scam. That's why confirmations exist.

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