The company behind the wallet recovery service, Xelera Technologies, focuses in particular on hardware accelerator technology for data centers. Our staff have worked in the field of high-performance computing for many years. We operate large clusters of modern datacenter-grade hardware accelerators, such as FPGAs. Recupia's search algorithm combines brute force methods with dictionary searches in order to find the wallet password. The performance-critical parts of the algorithm are fully implemented on the FPGA clusters. This significantly reduces the time required for password recovery.
The use of energy-efficient FPGA technology also aims to reduce the power required for wallet recovery: Recupia requires only a quarter of the energy of a comparable GPU system at the same computing speed. The efficient compute resources allow us to search larger password spaces than with conventional computers. They therefore deliver higher success rates.