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If I want to burn ether, is it safe to send it to 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000 - safe in the sense that there is provably no way (other than cracking encryption or bruteforce) that this ether could return back into circulation?
There are a few articles out regarding how the black hole address holds some 500m$ worth of ether and tokens, but these articles lack technical depth.
I'm curious to know if there exists any party that knows or could know (by other means than bruteforce) the private key of this address or if the system has been explicitely designed such that such a private key can't be known by anyone or such that transfers from this address are invalid by definition?
If that's not the case - is there a way I can create an ethereum address of which provably no one knows the private key?