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Used to make large numbers shorter and easier to parse than binary or the commonly used base10 (using the familiar system of numbers of 0-9). Base58 is the encoding scheme used for common Bitcoin addresses, starting with 1 or 3. It includes the numbers 1-9, all uppercase characters except for I & O and all lower case characters except for l (as they could be mistaken for similar characters). See also: Bech32.

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