Mining Bitcoin with Excel


hello over the next few minutes we’re
going to provide a detailed explanation for how the algorithm behind Bitcoin
mining works We’ll show you where to find the
information that goes into the hashing algorithm and walk you through a spreadsheet we
created that theoretically could mine Bitcoin though practically is far too slow
The spreadsheet can be downloaded by clicking on the link in the video description so the main goal in bitcoin mining is to
take the 160 character input message run it through an algorithm or series of
mathematical operations and (fart sound) get a 64 character output that meets a
certain criterion and what you’re doing in the mining processes is trying to guess a component of the 160 character input message so that the output starts with a certain number of
leading zeros Once that’s been accomplished that block
has been mind and the bitcoin miner receives a reward which is currently 25 bitcoins Bitcoin mining uses two rounds of
secure hash algorithm 256 also known as SHA 256 to convert
the original message into the output the one catch is that
the original bitcoin message is too long so it actually takes two rounds of sha 256
to convert the original message and then one additional round of SHA
256 on the output of the first two rounds for a total of three rounds and as will
discuss in more detail each round of SHA 256 has 64 steps here are the components to the input message
you have the version which is the black version number the
previous block which is the hash of the previous block
Merkel route which is the hash of all the transactions in the block that
you’re mining; the time which is an approximate time stamp for when the
block has been mined bits which represent the target
difficulty of the block being mined and the nonce which is the random guess
that you use to try to produce an output that meet the criteria rights once you have all that lets get
started on preparing the message so first the component of the message are
converted into hexadecimal and then the rearranged in something
called little endian format which you can see here with the bits you
one little two little Three Little endians and you can see how it is
applied to the entire input message these are then combined to give you the
full message then you can one convert them to hexadecimal that is added to the and the message and finally a bunch of
zeros are added to pad the message into a size that is the smallest
multiple of 512 taking into account the final portion a message which is the
size of the message in hex which is added to the now to get this
message ready for the main hash algorithm you have to process it as follows: the
first sixteen blocks a text characters are what they are the
remaining forty blocked number seventeen 364 are
reproduced by having a block from sixteen blocks prior
the block from seven blocks prior and then adding jumble bits from a block
from fifteen books prior and jungle bits from block two books per
you can actually see the juggling functions within the body this bridge 9064 block message has been
successfully processed for the main hash algorithm the main hash starts with an
initial values and a plot to be X characters which are
provided by the NSA we refer to these a through each and
simple partner hash algorithm is as follows: newbie is old a new season will be new
diesels the new episode he knew Jesus Afghan new-age is all T you’ll notice
that we did not mention what new a want new ER and we also did not at any
a message to this here’s how that’s addressed so new a is
equal to the sum love the message which we’ve noticed W
another constant from the NSA denoted as K old each the majority figure which is based
on old AB and C the choose figure which is based on old EFG john bobbitt
to the old a and job it to the old E now for new be that’s equal to the sum love W from
above K from above old be old each the Jews figure and job it’s a bold the we now have a new value for aid to
reach this process is then repeated another
sixty three times to produce a final value for a to reach
and then finally the output from this round is produced by
adding the final values and a through each to the original values a pic to reach
but like we said the big win message is too long so we need to do another round shot 256
on the second half of the message the only difference is that instead of
starting with a3 from the NSA we start with the output from the
previous round we can do to sixty four rounds like which is described and add the final value fee to reach
from this round to the initial to reach to get the
output for this round this new output becomes the message for
the second shot 256 RAM it is padded in a similar manner to what
was done previously and it is also run-through shot 256 if
the output meet the criteria array that block has been successfully
mined not the nazis changed and this whole
process is repeated so here’s the actual spreadsheet that we
created the blue sails appeared these your mean
imports this is where you entering the bloc
information with not sell being where you and your random guess to produce the block action yellow
that starts with enough leading zeros you can see what happens when we change
that knocks how the block ash is now changed without
leading zeros in there over to the right to the blue sails you
can see how we combine this information into the message below the blue sails we show the output
for each other three rounds shot 256 the black cells identify calculations
and green cells I don’t find links between sheets here on the message tab you can see how
we process the wrong message from the Main tab to prepare to be run through shot 256
you can see how the original message is split into the first two rounds min
starting in room 132 the output from the first two rounds
becomes the message printer and then finally on the hash tab this is
where we actually perform the main hashing
algorithm that we described earlier in the video and there you have it how to mine goings with an Excel spreadsheet get out
there make it rain from bitcoins you know with spreadsheet thanks for
watching

100 thoughts on “Mining Bitcoin with Excel”

  1. Wow. Are there really people out who understand everything in detail ? Where can I find a book explaining me that in detail ?

  2. Why is regular mining so slow? The excel spreadsheet can calculate it in few seconds, so why do you need a huge ASIC miner to make it quicker if a simple notebook is able to calculate it in few seconds? What did I miss? Can someone explain please?

  3. Looks like the Nonce at 2:10 is incorrectly converted. Should be 43F740C0. FYI for anyone working through this.

  4. Turn on captions and forward to around 00:25… wait for it…. (00:29 to 00:30)… The caption will confirm it!

  5. Thanks for the video, amazing stuff! Does this work with Version 0x20000002? What would be the input in that case?

  6. it looks safer than mining the lotto but the process could be the same except mining bitcoin combines numbers mathematically and mining lottery does not. difference between, perfection and strength.

  7. 0:48 25 BitCoins reward…. that's ~91,000€ atm
    I regret ignoring BitCoin
    Should have started when I first heard about it….

  8. Just tried this on block 482330, the current one as of right now, and it doesn't work in trial….not sure what changed?

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  10. Tried data from blockchain info #490385, #490386, #490598 and the the output is wrong. With older blocks the excel works but with the current blocks it does not. Did they changed something in the mining algorithm?

  11. what do you mean at 2:20 with padding zeros? the length of the message is already 153 at that point (I'm counting 153 characters in the message). Is the end message always a fixed size? Thanks!

  12. @Knowledge Can you please demonstrate how can I confirm an unconfirmed transaction which has been made online. 🙂

  13. Thanks for the explanation! I am confused about the part where you say smallest multiple of 512 though, isn't the size of the message 640 bits?

  14. Great video and I have a question
    At 3.04 you say refer to the spreadsheet to see how these jumbling functions work. So looking at (Message/AK3) you use the formula (=ISODD(AB3+Q3+0)*1). My question – why do you use ‘+0’ here and for the next 2 bits (cells AL3 & AM3)? Why is this part not modular? I’m sure this must be for some obvious reason, but I just can’t see why it doesn’t wrap like the rest of the formula.

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  17. I once programmed a software few years back to mine, it was not completely automated, but to test the theory, but as I remember I didn't do this much of jumbling and steps to perform a single round. I don't remember now.

  18. when i test the excel file with last block information, it didnt work
    it works only for old block ? why? is there something we have to change on the message to make it works?
    many thanks for your help

  19. this was great, but can you make more of these with other algos? scrypt? cyptonight? i am trying to rap my head around cryptonight right now and am having truble understanding how the scrachpad gets filled from the AES algo

  20. hello i watch your Mining Bitcoin with Excel,thanks you , i can make it as you did, but i can not do it in lastest block , i don not kown thats happend, that's problem me

  21. Hey this is really interesting! I'm currently figuring out how SHA-256 works in Bitcoin and I've noticed that in order for me to get the correct hash at a higher Block (in my case: 540221) I need to insert the version number as such: 00000020. Otherwise the output of the hash is not the correct one. Do you know why this is the case? Was this changed at some point or am I missing something…

  22. Can anyone tell what is [=Hash!D66] in the Excel sheet?
    And I'm unable to understand the Constants provided by NSA, please provide me the link.
    Thank you 😀

  23. so after you find a block how do you announce it on the network is there any script i can use to announce the block and receive the reward ?

  24. Hello, thanks for your video. Could you tell me, with your xls file bitcoin.xls, how to convert this a83f516bbc1a59398797b69994f9cddd0fb6a063baa8e275a3bfb32e9db97940
    with sha256. I passed to convert abc but not this one. Thanks you in advance.

  25. https://csrc.nist.gov/groups/STM/cavp/documents/shs/sha256-384-512.pdf
    page not found
    pls give a new link

  26. Got referred to this hacker on Instagram @bruce_hack he mined me 2btc with the investment I made with him very good and reliable miner

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