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Why are key IDs typically the *last* digits of the key hash?

What you've mentioned, that the key ID is the last portion of the hash, is true of v4 OpenPGP keys. However, before that, there were v2 and v3 keys (which were functionally identical) which are ...
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How do centralized crypto exchanges store seed phrases and users' private keys?

And these seed phrases will be stored in an HSM It's a misuse and most likely completely impractical. HSMs are not for storing large amount of arbitrary data, they are optimized to store a finite ...
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