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Author Topic: The Legend of Satoshi Nakamato, FINAL STEP PUBLISHED.... 4.87 BTC GRAND PRIZE!  (Read 107198 times)
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July 29, 2015, 02:32:28 AM
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grr i rebuilt the QR Code on this image:
https://twitter.com/coin_artist/status/613560370272153600

had to rebuild it with pixels and reverse the image change all black to white and vice versa to get it to work,
and the result was http://www.whit3r4bbi7.com/

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User: Kevin_Flynn Password: Games?_You_want_games?_I'll_give_you_games...

grr thought i was gonna find something new, perhaps she's hinting we start back at that video that the other puzzlers missed something...
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July 29, 2015, 12:46:00 PM
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grr i rebuilt the QR Code on this image:
https://twitter.com/coin_artist/status/613560370272153600

had to rebuild it with pixels and reverse the image change all black to white and vice versa to get it to work,
and the result was http://www.whit3r4bbi7.com/

to login:
User: Kevin_Flynn Password: Games?_You_want_games?_I'll_give_you_games...

grr thought i was gonna find something new, perhaps she's hinting we start back at that video that the other puzzlers missed something...

The video resulted in next step. That's the problem when no detailed log of successful step exists, people are doing the same work over and over.
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August 26, 2015, 04:27:44 PM
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It's hard to tell whether those ports are open for whit3r4bbi7.com or another site because it's behind some kind of proxy. Looks like a shared hosting situation. It's also possible to get to the cpanel admin login for the site, but that's probably outside the bounds of the puzzle.
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October 18, 2015, 03:28:51 AM
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I still dont know what this thread is about. I may be severly retarded.

LOL you really made me laugh
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November 11, 2015, 08:49:32 PM
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Haven't seen this mentioned elsewhere yet. Coin Artist has posted two new paintings with different prizes, and a possible third:
Another new one: https://twitter.com/coin_artist/status/662438552546836481

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December 03, 2015, 03:41:02 AM
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An observation:

Traverse the flames in this order:

   outer top, outer right, outer bottom, outer left
   inner left, inner bottom, inner right, inner top

If you number the flames starting at 1, then every even numbered flame's length produces this consistent pattern all around the image:

0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 ....  (short = 0, tall = 1)

The 011 pattern repeats 25 times but only for the lengths.

The odd lengths (the bits between the 011 pattern) seem random and all color bits seem random too.

So the information encoded in the lengths cannot possibly be part of a private key (at least not the even numbered ones). 

This suggests to me that the bits of the private key have been interleaved in the inner/outer colors of the flames.  Perhaps the pattern is there to indicate how to rearrange the bits back into order?

Also note that if you take the first 6 lengths of the outer top in this
order:

 2 4 6 1 3 5

You get: 0 1 1 0 1 0

Which is the same pattern we see in the lengths of the 6 ribbons in the image. (2 4 6 5 3 1 would also work)  In fact, the ribbon pattern also has the 0 1 1 pattern for it's even numbered ribbons.

This suggests a length of 6 is significant.

I count 456 bits of information in total (98 inner flames + 54 outer flames each flame carrying 3 bits of information : length, outer color, inner color)

But 456 bits is much more than is needed for a private key.  You need either:

 1) 256 bits for a raw key; or

 2) 296 bits for a wallet import formatted key (uncompressed); or

 3) 304 bits for a wallet import formatted key (compressed)

If we omit the pattern which we know can't be part of the private key, that leaves 380 bits.  However, the color encoding part contains 304 bits which is just enough to encode 38 bytes (the right number for an compressed wallet import formatted key). 
 
My guess is the lengths are there to show how to un-jumble the color bits back into place.
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January 16, 2016, 11:43:22 PM
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So I'm not sure if a group of us stumbled on to an old puzzle or if we discovered a new one?  Amounts are similar (5 btc vs 4.87).... I think we may have just stumbled into the middle of an old puzzle but not sure. :/

Some clues we found:
https://bitcointalk.to/index.php?topic=1329672.0
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February 02, 2016, 04:10:45 PM
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Haven't seen this mentioned elsewhere yet. Coin Artist has posted two new paintings with different prizes, and a possible third:
The hidden messages use characters similar to the ones found here:
    https://www.nsa.gov/public_info/_files/cryptologic_spectrum/unsolved_puzzle.pdf
But the image quality is too poor to clearly make them out:


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February 12, 2016, 03:43:08 AM
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It looks like pig pen cipher to me.  The last word on the 2nd line is 'DECORATING'.


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February 13, 2016, 08:06:15 PM
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An observation:


If you number the flames starting at 1, then every even numbered flame's length produces this consistent pattern all around the image:

0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 ....  (short = 0, tall = 1)

The 011 pattern repeats 25 times but only for the lengths.

The odd lengths (the bits between the 011 pattern) seem random and all color bits seem random too.

So the information encoded in the lengths cannot possibly be part of a private key (at least not the even numbered ones).  


Here is what I got for the odd flame heights in the same order as the pattern.

0101010100110000111100001101101010111111111100010000111101111110101100001101

I have run it through a few scripts and cannot get anything useful out of it.  If you break it up into groups of 4 and assign letters to them, I still don't see anything useful.

0101 0101 0011 0000 1111 0000 1101 1010 1011 1111 1111 0001 0000 1111 0111 1110 1011 0000 1101

I I N E F E V V T F F S E F A R T E D  <--- This is the best one I got.

There has got to be something hidden in the odd flame heights.  It wouldn't make sense to use the colors because you need those for the private key.

I converted the 0's and 1's to morse code and tried that as well. 

.-.-.-.-..--....----....--.--.-.-.----------...-....----.------.-.--....--.-

ARCANE IONS MAKE TWO MOVES ONTO MAP I WET. 

1smracer15yDLhJG27fd7GV3tegcNjtg2
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February 13, 2016, 08:53:09 PM
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This has been a very fascinating read, and although I can't contribute anything (yet), I lost a bunch of sleep tonight (this morning?) catching up. Thanks for that.  Grin
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February 14, 2016, 12:00:50 AM
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[UPDATE 4/3/2015]

@Coin_artist has finally released the last part of the puzzle to the public via twitter.

https://twitter.com/coin_artist/status/583979278238359552

There is 4.87 BTC contained within the image shown below via private key.  Follow through this thread to help navigate yourself through the start to finish of this elaborate puzzle! There are a lot of cool crypto techniques used during this journey...





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I was just catching up on Coin_Artist's puzzle and came across a cryptic message with a link in the comments, the comment is 10 days old. Doesn't appear to be from Coin_Artist, the message is a bit puzzling.

http://bitcoinmagazine.com/14850/coin_artists-latest-dark-wallet-puzzle-32-page-solution/

Screenshot of the comment incase it gets deleted for some reason...



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Im sorry for the possible inconvenient post, but I found this puzzle very intriguing and would like to join. But I would like to know first who guarantees that this prize is going to be handled to the winner?
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February 14, 2016, 12:12:30 AM
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Im sorry for the possible inconvenient post, but I found this puzzle very intriguing and would like to join. But I would like to know first who guarantees that this prize is going to be handled to the winner?

This is an old puzzle that is still ongoing. Many have tried and many have failed.
The answer to the puzzle is the private key to the address that contains the bitcoin prize.

This is the address in question: 1FLAMEN6rq2BqMnkUmsJBqCGWdwgVKcegd

If you are successful, you yourself will take your prize.

Good luck.  Cool

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February 15, 2016, 10:26:54 PM
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It looks like pig pen cipher to me.  The last word on the 2nd line is 'DECORATING'.

this is what i got when i tried deciphering using that cipher:

Code:
thora he art much oig heerabad dinners
experienced papua chamberlain decoratng
flunkies infrared insignificance
hern graham ignored iceland

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February 22, 2016, 03:43:49 AM
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Im sorry for the possible inconvenient post, but I found this puzzle very intriguing and would like to join. But I would like to know first who guarantees that this prize is going to be handled to the winner?

This is an old puzzle that is still ongoing. Many have tried and many have failed.
The answer to the puzzle is the private key to the address that contains the bitcoin prize.

This is the address in question: 1FLAMEN6rq2BqMnkUmsJBqCGWdwgVKcegd

If you are successful, you yourself will take your prize.

Good luck.  Cool

Just found this post... Very interesting. Any deadline for solving the puzzle?

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An observation:


If you number the flames starting at 1, then every even numbered flame's length produces this consistent pattern all around the image:

0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 ....  (short = 0, tall = 1)

The 011 pattern repeats 25 times but only for the lengths.

The odd lengths (the bits between the 011 pattern) seem random and all color bits seem random too.

So the information encoded in the lengths cannot possibly be part of a private key (at least not the even numbered ones).  


Here is what I got for the odd flame heights in the same order as the pattern.

0101010100110000111100001101101010111111111100010000111101111110101100001101

I have run it through a few scripts and cannot get anything useful out of it.  If you break it up into groups of 4 and assign letters to them, I still don't see anything useful.

0101 0101 0011 0000 1111 0000 1101 1010 1011 1111 1111 0001 0000 1111 0111 1110 1011 0000 1101

I I N E F E V V T F F S E F A R T E D  <--- This is the best one I got.

There has got to be something hidden in the odd flame heights.  It wouldn't make sense to use the colors because you need those for the private key.

I converted the 0's and 1's to morse code and tried that as well. 

.-.-.-.-..--....----....--.--.-.-.----------...-....----.------.-.--....--.-

ARCANE IONS MAKE TWO MOVES ONTO MAP I WET. 

I translated the Morse code and have got RKRWSWGSGGKWOOGUSWGOORGSGT

Which has lead me to http://c0d3.attorney/0.1?m=140

Think there's a link here. This is to do with the red ribbons and the butterfly lock. There's a key in one of these programs.
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October 23, 2017, 01:02:35 AM
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This looks awesome idea. Why before nobody made it?

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This looks awesome idea. How long time ago nobody made this?

Your bot screwed up and revealed your 2 accounts.

PM me if you are ready to actually start seasteading.
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October 23, 2017, 01:00:49 PM
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Any one know how to compile the malbolge programs on that bizzare website? http://c0d3.attorney
They appear encrypted.  Huh Could be down the wrong rabbit hole but fascinating non the less!
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October 23, 2017, 02:22:06 PM
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Any one know how to compile the malbolge programs on that bizzare website? http://c0d3.attorney
They appear encrypted.  Huh Could be down the wrong rabbit hole but fascinating non the less!

Maybe here?

http://www.malbolge.doleczek.pl

https://www.tutorialspoint.com/execute_malbolge_online.php


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October 23, 2017, 06:44:07 PM
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Yeah I've tried all those the actual programs listed need decoding before they will run. Invalid characters etc.
Interesting that there's also a book about chess and the circles of hell training. The more I look at the moves in chess the closer a key looks likely to be generated from certain moves.
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