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smart contract recovery

GM. Ethereum transactions are irreversible once they are confirmed and included in a block. Metamask's nonce option would only help in ensuring that subsequent transactions are properly sequenced but ...
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Is it possible to brute force the missing part of my Ethereum private key?

18 hex characters is 72 bits, which gives 4722366482869645213696 possible combinations. A powerful bitcoin miner that you could buy is capable of calculating a hashrate of 100 TH/s or 1000000000000 ...
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Can I Recover a Smart Contract Written On Remix

To bring back a previously deployed instance is only possible if you have deployed on a testnet or mainnet or if the localnet that you were using at that time is still the same and was not cleared.If ...
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Help - MEV Contract

This is a scam, don't deploy it and don't send money. Notice the callMempool(), parseMempool() and mempool() functions, their function is not related to any mempool but is an obfuscated and very ...
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How to recover funds from ETH address generated using Bitcoin xpub?

No, The algo use for Bitcoin is not the same as Ethereum so your key would not generate the same result. Bitcoin uses the SHA-256 and secp256k1 algorithms, while Ethereum uses Keccak-256 and the ...
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Is it possible to brute force the missing part of my Ethereum private key?

Yes, but not in a reasonable amount of time. You are not brute-forcing anything technically, and you don't need to check the blockchain, but you need to compute a public key from the private one and ...
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Is it possible to brute force the missing part of my Ethereum private key?

Well, each character could be one of 16 valid hex numbers (0-9/a-f), if you're missing 18 characters, you potentially have 16^18 combinations to try, that's about 5 quintillions. assuming you can test ...
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