Yes, your private key is on this website too, but don't worry, nobody will ever find it.
If you want to try searching for your wallet, click one of the buttons below.
A private key is basically just a number between 1 and 2256.
This website generates keys for all of those numbers, spread out over pages of 128 keys each.
This website doesn't actually have a database of all private keys, that would take an impossible amount of disk space. Instead, keys are procedurally generated on the fly when a page is opened. The page number is used to calculate which keys should be on that page.
Finding an active wallet is hard, but not impossible. Every time you open a random page, you have a chance of finding someone else's fortune.
If you're curious which page your wallet is on, you could do a search for it. That will show you exactly which page your wallet is on.
The balance of each wallet is automatically checked. Wallets with a balance are colored green. Wallets that have been used in the past but are now empty will turn yellow. Wallets that have never been used are red.
Search goes in iframe windows. These windows are updated immediately after checking the balance. And the next random page is loaded. For every iframe every hour you will receive points. We have made 7 levels of difficulty.
Stage 7 has 60 ifame windows. You will receive 60 points for every hour spent on the page (the page must be active in the browser). Stage 6 already has 40 windows, etc.
Stage 7 60 iframes (better for a pc with 4GB (or more) of RAM)
Stage 6 40 iframes
Stage 5 20 iframes
Stage 4 10 iframes
Stage 3 5 iframes
Stage 2 2 iframes (for example old laptop)
Stage 1 1 iframe (for example an old smartphone)
Your accumulated points are your share in cases when someone finds an address with a balance in automatic mode.
The search goes in rounds. Round 1 lasts exactly 1 week, after which your earned points will be burned in case of an unlucky week. An example of how the found bitcoins will be divided. excel example