CKB Vanity Address Generator
Generate a CKB address with specified suffix.
Swift 5, Swift Package Manager, and fun.
brew install pkg-config brew install libsodium
~It should be easy to support Linux, but I have to see if I'm not that lazy to do so anytime soon.~
Update: supported, but it's a stupid implementation calling
/usr/bin/openssl to generate private keys (expect it to be slower).
Please figure out how to set up Swift first.
apt install libsodium-dev
swift build // Replace `.build/x86_64-apple-macosx/debug/` with the actual build path on your machine. // 666 is the suffix to look for. .build/x86_64-apple-macosx/debug/cva 666
Working: . 🎉 Congrats! You've got an awesome address! Private key: 5d253b5d5db6ce895fc3117bf8e4c90a52b67a105efc594e5e481393d0479b9c Public key: 0397e4dc99ffc905ecd9f6f7d29cd88e42f3791ffabada275aa12df5e708b34100 Address: ckt1q9gry5zg65wssxnvredy0cm9puhkafz8py7c8yhvhlr666
CKB address format wraps lock script with Bech32 encoding. All addresses always have the same first 7-9 characters, thus generating addresses with a prefix you wish to own doesn't make much sense.
This tool generates address with a suffix you specify. Practically it should be very easy and fast to generate addresses with a 1-3 character suffix. For longer suffix it might take quite long long long time to finish, due to the fact this is a silly single thread brute force program.
Bech32 doesn't allow a few alphanumeric characters. Trying to specify "1", "b", "i", or "o" will not work.
This is released under the MIT License.
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1.2 - Jun 29, 2019
Support CKB Testnet rylai-v4 and v0.15.0.
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1.0 - Jun 2, 2019
- CLI tool (macOS/Linux) to generate CKB testnet address choosing a suffix.
- macOS GUI to generate address and view the miner block assembler.