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Is there really 2^256 private key?

It is due to the properties of the secp256k1 elliptic curve used in the Ethereum protocol. Private keys are integers in the range [1, n-1], where n is the order of the elliptic curve. In the case of ...
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Is there any multiple private keys for a single address wihin first 2^160 private keys?

Yes, there can be any multiple private keys for a single address You can refer to this answer on Bitcoin StackExchange. So, within the first 2^160 private keys, the likelihood of finding multiple ...
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