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What is Base58

Base58 is one in a group of encoding methods to change binary to text and used to represent large integers in alphanumeric text format. Innovated by Satoshi Nakamoto for use with Bitcoin to encode Bitcoin addresses and now used with other cryptocurrencies. See Base58 Encode/Decoder.

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Shelf life Bona vacantia ASIC
Justice of the peace Demand Public Domain
Discretionary Trust Hash Function Derivative action
Lifo Baseline Security Cestui que trust
Defragmentation Interpreter Ratification
Suggestio falsi Adler32 Merchant Bank
Retained earnings Terms of Reference Kelvin
Magic bullet JCO Annuitant
Firmware WTO Prime costs
Aggregate Supply N316 Civil Court form Cognition
N227 Civil Court form Author Representation order
Freightage Offshore Investments Variance
Warehoused Goods Bona fide Ward of Court

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