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Diamond socks seeds

“If you receive a brushing parcel it is vital that you hand it in to the police so that they can forward it to the US postal inspector’s office for the purpose of tracking where it came from. Items received could be dangerous, which means that they must be disposed of correctly.”

“Neither are of any use to me and nothing I have ordered. It seems crazy they are sending me stuff free of charge that just goes in the [trash].”

It’s not just seeds—Americans are receiving all kinds of unsolicited packages from China, containing items ranging from fake Ray-Ban sunglasses to a pair of used socks.

Consumer watchdog Which warned of brushing scams in a 2018 article and reported that Amazon customers were receiving items they had not ordered.

Faith Tankersley told WSB-TV that she received a fake Ray-Ban sunglasses: “I don’t think people are sending this in goodwill in my opinion. I’m just afraid that there may be something harmful to them.”

One person named Karyn who appears to be from the U.K. commented on the article on July 29, 2020, and said: “I’ve been getting parcels from China, there are no sender details other than a postal address which when searched doesn’t tell me much, I’ve checked all my online accounts and there is no money being taken, they are items like nail stickers for false nail art, and a wig cap!

Walsh explained that there is no evidence of a brushing scam leading to crimes like identity theft and bank fraud.

“USDA is currently collecting seed packages from recipients and will test their contents and determine if they contain anything that could be of concern to U.S. agriculture or the environment.”

If someone has received an item as part of a brushing scam, it may mean that their personal information has been leaked, which can be dangerous.

Diamond socks seeds

This 64 byte result is your seed, which can be used to create the master extended key for a hierarchical deterministic wallet.

These words are then used to create a seed, which can be used for generating extended keys in a hierarchical deterministic wallet.

And there we have our mnemonic sentence.

PBKDF2 is basically a hash function that is designed to be slow (by hashing the data multiple times before producing the result). This has the benefit of making it more difficult for anyone to brute-force mnemonic sentences to try and get seeds that people have actually used.


You can think of entropy is being a very large random number that nobody has ever generated before, or will ever generate in the future. It’s also best to think of this number as a series of bits (e.g. 10011010010001. ), which is how computers store numbers.

To create the seed, you put your mnemonic sentence through the PBKDF2 function. This basically hashes your mnemonic (+ optional passphrase) multiple times until it produces a final 64 byte (512 bit) result.

Tip: By adding 1 bit of checksum to every 32 bits of entropy, we will always end up with a multiple of 33 bits, which we can split up in to equal 11-bit chunks.

Try it!

A mnemonic sentence contains a checksum, which means that you can check if a given mnemonic sentence is valid.

Note: A mnemonic phrase is usually between 12 and 24 words.