How difficult is it to "crack" or brute force the NGRAVE "Perfect Key"?

The purpose of a brute force attack would be to find a private key that would generate the same Public Key as used by your wallet. We call this a 'collision attack'. As the key we create will have a length of 256-bit, that equates to 128-bit entropy. This key length has been accepted the de facto standard in the crypto community.

We can cite the Bitcoin Wiki: "it is more likely that the Earth is destroyed in the next 5 seconds, than that a collision occurs in the next millennium."

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