BTC-Hack-v2 – Bitcoin Wallet Hack

An automated bitcoin wallet generator that brute forces random wallet addresses by checking their balance in real-time using an online API.

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My Bitcoin Wallet Address: 1LKKJE62ygo2c9K2Xc8GxuGwpVDnvyRFRD

UPDATE!!! BTC-Hack-v2



I have created a v2 of this little script that now includes a GUI and tries/wins counter for easier execution and use.

A pre-compiled windows executable is available for download in the releases section.

The original script as well as the new one are available in this repository.


Python 3.6 or higher requires the modules listed in the requirements.txt


$ git clone

Quick Start

$ python3

Proof Of Concept

A private key is a secret number that allows Bitcoins to be spent. If a wallet has Bitcoins in it, then the private key will allow a person to control the wallet and spend whatever balance the wallet has. So this program attempts to find Bitcoin private keys that correlate to wallets with positive balances. However, because it is impossible to know which private keys control wallets with money and which private keys control empty wallets, we have to randomly look at every possible private key that exists and hope to find one that has a balance.

This program is essentially a brute forcing algorithm. It continuously generates random Bitcoin private keys, converts the private keys into their respective wallet addresses, then checks the balance of the addresses. If a wallet with a balance is found, then the private key, public key and wallet address are saved to the text file found.txt on the user’s hard drive. The ultimate goal is to randomly find a wallet with a balance out of the 2160 possible wallets in existence.

How It Works

Private keys are generated randomly to create a 32 byte hexidecimal string using the cryptographically secure os.urandom() function.

The private keys are converted into their respective public keys using the starkbank-ecdsa Python module. Then the public keys are converted into their Bitcoin wallet addresses using the binascii and hashlib standard libraries.

The generated address is queried using an online api, and if it is found that the address has a balance, then the private key, public key and wallet address are saved to the text file found.txt on the user’s hard drive.


Currently, the program runs and queries the api. As this api allows for upto 300 queries per minute for free, it seemed like a really good choice allowing you to test approximately 18,000 adresses per hour, 432,000 addresses per 24 hours or 3,000,000 addresses per week!

Expected Output

Every time this program checks the balance of a generated address, it will print the result to the user. If an empty wallet is found, then the wallet address will be printed to the terminal. An example is:

Address: 1MdwiaF9ge9MRaraFBmy9rHjMXb8BYGnwR Private key: 017524c0efc4f4c5b126afff9a21b1660f840b0be39dc8407bc16a3668f5e8f4 WIF private key: 5Hpvp9gYLDSZDyeiEtSmCrjfpHBzaZQLhiWrhp7Nqm4AoQdVwrB Public key: 0421B816FC6F0667C0F9F28DD3900F3C27353839EBEE146BD38A50554536DFD49C061DDDB2954596C1BDDC25C7B07198BED224B2C9872CD40824D669B9EDA936E2 Balance: 0.0

However, if a wallet with a balance is found, then all necessary information about the wallet will be saved to the text file found.txt. An example is:

Address: 1Kz2CTvjzkZ3p2BQb5x5DX6GEoHX2jFS45 Private key: 5A4F3F1CAB44848B2C2C515AE74E9CC487A9982C9DD695810230EA48B1DCEADD WIF private key: 5JW4RCAXDbocFLK9bxqw5cbQwuSn86fpbmz2HhT9nvKMTh68hjm Public key: 04393B30BC950F358326062FF28D194A5B28751C1FF2562C02CA4DFB2A864DE63280CC140D0D540EA1A5711D1E519C842684F42445C41CB501B7EA00361699C320 Balance: 0.0001456


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