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Author: StJohn Piano
Published: 2020-06-15
Datafeed Article 146
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GOAL



Assemble a set of standard Bitcoin addresses and their corresponding private keys for use in future tests of Bitcoin software. These addresses must have already been included in transactions on the Bitcoin blockchain.




CONTENTS



- Goal
- Contents
- Summary
- Bitcoin Address Test Set




SUMMARY



I have collected 17 addresses and private keys.

Actions:
- Read through previous articles. Record any addresses and their corresponding private keys. Record the txid of the first onchain transaction that included each address.
- For each address, look up the onchain transaction, and confirm that the address was included in it.
- Generate the addresses from the private keys. Confirm that the new addresses are identical to the original ones.

To generate the addresses, I used the recipe and assets from this article:
Recipe for generating a Bitcoin address








BITCOIN ADDRESS TEST SET





Source:
Creating and signing a standard raw Bitcoin transaction

"source address":
- private key:
0000000000000000000000007468655f6c6962726172795f6f665f626162656c
- address:
1CTumCMjzBfccCJBTkHoPQmAwEqU9Uj2sQ
- txid:
8482e48391425d88fe30bd4066957000335f58e83f854f997146f41b9493b4ce


"target address":
- private key:
000000000000000000000000000000007468655f6579655f6f665f6172676f6e
- address:
12RbVkKwHcwHbMZmnSVAyR4g88ZChpQD6f
- txid:
4bdd5f653d0100ea4735953e8e22e92321af9074926b3bd33c279c289f2d975a





Source:
Generating a standard Bitcoin address

- private key:
00000000000000000000000000000000000000000068656c6c6f5f776f726c64
- address:
19VdGCFG8QH3CmYXjMXd3UQCK2HdC3UodP
- txid:
e611dfee1e1cb3e0ec1097f19a0012e801fdd0873c7342674f37234f999f77f2





Source:
Verifying a signed deed of the GPG 1.4.10 source code

- private key:
b675ceedba0843d19934d1e0508cde736b4bb7f0a56b9585329ebcbfed559346
- address:
1FJdRWN7tAd8rnivBm7yojppwvDmS7F55X
- txid:
597f61fa3811a78a9d401094e4132f281c400b61bb8742514ab758aad0e2daa0





Source:
Creating and signing a standard raw Bitcoin transaction: Iteration #2

"source address":
- private key:
00000000000000000000007468655f6d6f74655f696e5f676f6427735f657965
- address:
138obEZkdWaWEQ4x8ZAYw4MybHSZtX1Nam
- txid:
e4609e0f1ca854b8b07381f32ba31adbad9713205f5a4f3f56a5a32853d47855


"target address":
- private key:
0000000000000000000000000000000000726f6164736964655f7069636e6963
- address:
13xPBB175FtPbPQ84iB8KuawaVy3mHrady
- txid:
745e224ccba0a033c55ea80523f207da18b903418ac1f5d293eed62c19e0334d





Source:
Using a transaction to validate a Bitcoin address

"test address":
- private key:
a26e15954d2dafcee70eeaaa084eab8a4c1a30b0f71a42be4d8da20123bff121
- address:
1AGygbyEFYduWkkmZbbvirgS9kuBBMLJCP
- txid:
bf7a16ef4bf8763b7bf7f02b03155c9a2f9b997d19e64a770bf3f7d3f24cc48b





Source:
Storing bitcoin on an offline Raspberry Pi

"test address":
- private key:
c592e1dad5e9871fdeffb551b4544b0a1cf0378c6371d7a397ff5faf04c934ca
- address:
1vkb4YyPMFcxyC83Z5m5zuN45xASoHeNK
- txid:
07cedb340f588dec2fb14472178a92d5803c70d8d90fc0d8593b03f34035e2cd





Source:
Verifying the first checkpoint article in Edgecase Datafeed

- private key:
1fbc45dc460d14c07bcac41b8e17649455e92d9bfda29a89ba3addeee0eccaaa
- address:
17rEGTR4ss7xhVVMwL969Y8xszS7FaFsae
- txid:
b2f093a08e80f281889bc19b1ae441d3ead93cd10e58c640202916beb25d1670





Source:
Creating a Bitcoin transaction with two outputs

"source address":
- private key:
7972b641101c0ad67b0e401b800a9b6f3225c97fc6b8115042cf66968c2fb2e5
- address:
16ASCUS3s7D4UQh6J9oHGuT19agPvD3PFj
- txid:
f02eca2852bf73f3c722db2d151e7755d853efd8dd6224249b14f8b51dffbc6e


"destination address 1":
- private key:
d45941cae4e31c824b041407053c9c15624e6234f9649bfd7d5bb5a93c53fe85
- address:
1KHDLNmqBtiBELUsmTCkNASg79jfEVKrig
- txid:
db2c3d84708cd9d0e40ae1754021f9146a0d6ab555fc0e1d547d7876c0c092f4


"destination address 2":
- private key:
1faf3c86105fe6ee328b29e94197de7e8500ddb8308385a9a8b0cba08d59ce27
- address:
1DLg5i1kBjXYXy9f82xZcHokEMC9dtct7P
- txid:
db2c3d84708cd9d0e40ae1754021f9146a0d6ab555fc0e1d547d7876c0c092f4





Source:
Creating a Bitcoin transaction with two inputs

"source address":
- private key:
7a0d11f6015f941ea486922e45310535c5b71c59d8489447648eebdb6a39e2a8
- address:
17pNyD9ur28aBgPhHtAFi6fAyrvgshp5yn
- txid:
1b1ad779f50b07aac0048471844c0637100561b179457ddd433f1c05adf24a19


"test address 1":
- private key:
cbac84458fcfbb39f87fca7ab9a9ef2f76812a6f999a75dfa25dbcbb0ee3eb6f
- address:
1PFw45xp5JUcLZfDQnMpto6yJpcjRLqrJ8
- txid:
8f6318124bdd66f4643ccbfcbcb0a802924833505c015929dc7b1cab2ca02826


"test address 2":
- private key:
7d37c1a74d3b87d3994ac6db65b4f298f64a8ed6144edfdb2cacea70cf3070af
- address:
19u4WSjpp19yoAK9kdRyY9HJ7ad2S8s1E4
- txid:
8f6318124bdd66f4643ccbfcbcb0a802924833505c015929dc7b1cab2ca02826


"destination address":
- private key:
419292d169b515be1aec881018157f0a41883ea54da2b2405e10fd8a6abb76ec
- address:
17PZ6uyL59vPirNqqpMnB1kjEXkU7ske7s
- txid:
92616e432f7807bf6d93252fcdca7efb139e56f7aa34835b50670ebc6a4b5649





Source:
Buying and setting up a Raspberry Pi for storing Bitcoin

"test address":
- private key:
dd23f217012efd9ac3dec71d0c2b42212a58bff75d9e97af900403cf5657bad3
- address:
15BLTZb6uQr24MrxqXJaPpRGz1tKrzq7iC
- txid:
dd616e2b18e41606e9990b19fa6adb21bb4eacb26c54c141d2b703d7571056a3