ethereum-brute-force - Brute force generating ethereum private keys and check them against known addresses

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A small goscript to check random privatekeys for a balance and record if a used ethereum address is found. Make sure to go to the releases section and download the list of addresses, otherwise you'll need to build it from scratch.

https://github.com/adonley/ethereum-brute-force

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