Grab some XEM :)


#21

I think you are missing the rabbit there @xrltechcorner


#22

private key is case sensitive?


#23

yes


#24

This passphase doesn’t work


#25

Private key is not case sensitive.
If passphrase doesn’t work it means it’s not correct.


#26

We are not looking for a brain wallet here? Sorry I was stuck on it, and it is case sensitive


#27

I assume that we have to find a private key whose public key matches the public address that has a reward.
Or do we have to get a public address using a brain wallet derived from some password?
Please, clarify.


#28

@decentraliser Yes passphrase is case sensitive (but private key ofc not).
I hope @nemermind will not kill me but you should use lowercase passphrase.
Cheers :slight_smile:


#29

Oh man, every hint you give is worse :joy::rofl: than before

I thought that we had to guess a private key not a passphrase!


#30

Worst and worst :wink: Private key is last step.


#31

I am using a count=6000 for deriving password. Is it ok?


#32

I think you complicated it a little bit to much :slight_smile:
Ok, I’m silent now:)


#33

Oh I see, … before I tried to sha3_256 the passphrase and use that hash as a private key, but it did not work.


#34

The second hint is the length of phrase. it is 32 chars.


#35

The passphrase is built using the clues (text + number) bellow or is it mandatory to use an external website to get the passphrase?


#36

Lowercase, and 32 chars. Does it have punctuation symbols too? Or only A-Z a-z 0-9?


#37

next hint
hint


#38

Still info left. Will try tomorrow. :+1:


#39

I already got the passphrase so you better hurry before I figure out what to do with it :smiley:


#40

I have left 50 there and will take it in 24 hours :wink: