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My revised answer to the main headline question is that inevitably there are 2^96 keys that will produce colliding addresses because the limit on the address space is 2^160, and keyspace is nearly 2^256. So even though each distinct public key and resulting Keccak hash digest maps distinctly to just one private key, given the use of Keccak in the address ...


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