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September 23, 2015, 06:52:02 PM
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i hope he dumps it all on bitstamp. i got huge bids waiting at the $0-$10 range. not really expecting them to ever get hit.

but that's where they are when i'm in fiat, in case, you know, satoshi dumps it all. Cheesy

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September 23, 2015, 07:08:07 PM
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I wonder what % of power he would have if he came back? I mean sure he is the creator, but he hasn't contributed for years, and the original code has been improved so much that it wouldn't be recognizable if you compare the original thing. So I think Satoshi would have to prove itself again contributing with something to gain more rep, if he solved a big problem with Bitcoin right now he would have almost everyone's approbation on whatever he said.


He would have at least 10% of the current total coins, so I would put his power % right at or around 10%.    Wink

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September 24, 2015, 02:53:36 AM
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I wonder what % of power he would have if he came back? I mean sure he is the creator, but he hasn't contributed for years, and the original code has been improved so much that it wouldn't be recognizable if you compare the original thing. So I think Satoshi would have to prove itself again contributing with something to gain more rep, if he solved a big problem with Bitcoin right now he would have almost everyone's approbation on whatever he said.

My guess is he never left the contribution to bitcoin nor this forum. But he hides his identity for some good positive reasons. No one will be ready to give up his dream project and achievements abruptly. Satoshi has been keenly watching everything but for decentralization reasons he sacrificed his rights over bitcoin.

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September 24, 2015, 03:13:27 AM
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satoshi might be scared of XT, so he may start moving funds

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September 24, 2015, 04:20:26 AM
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i hope he dumps it all on bitstamp. i got huge bids waiting at the $0-$10 range. not really expecting them to ever get hit.

but that's where they are when i'm in fiat, in case, you know, satoshi dumps it all. Cheesy

the dump you are talking about is 265 bitcoin as far as i know and reading the reddit posts mentioned earlier in this topic, i believe he had already spend them the same day he moved them.

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September 24, 2015, 04:26:57 AM
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i hope he dumps it all on bitstamp. i got huge bids waiting at the $0-$10 range. not really expecting them to ever get hit.

but that's where they are when i'm in fiat, in case, you know, satoshi dumps it all. Cheesy

the dump you are talking about is 265 bitcoin as far as i know and reading the reddit posts mentioned earlier in this topic, i believe he had already spend them the same day he moved them.

I think he is saying that he hopes satoshi dumps all his bitcoins, not just the guy with a couple hundred.

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September 24, 2015, 07:26:40 AM
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satoshi might be scared of XT, so he may start moving funds

it would be funny if he was actually involved from behind the scene, in the whole xt thing, afterall is was pro the increase of the limit, this may be a possibility
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September 24, 2015, 09:23:32 AM
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satoshi might be scared of XT, so he may start moving funds

LOL!
Who knows, he might be scared of XT.
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September 24, 2015, 09:53:56 AM
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I personally think that the guy isn't satoshi, he/she is just a very early adopter of bitcoin. Maybe since Feb 2009 he/she have mined 250 BTC, and then left the program around. In the tx, 5 of inputs are from 5 blocks from 2009, while another ~20 BTC input when traced back, it is part of the output of another Feb 2009 block. He maybe a lucky guy who got rich by mining early BTC.

Hence, not all ~1M unmoved coins since 2009 is satoshi's. Some of them belongs to those early adopters.


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September 24, 2015, 09:59:34 AM
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I really don't think so. But who knows?


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September 24, 2015, 11:51:38 PM
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I personally think that the guy isn't satoshi, he/she is just a very early adopter of bitcoin. Maybe since Feb 2009 he/she have mined 250 BTC, and then left the program around. In the tx, 5 of inputs are from 5 blocks from 2009, while another ~20 BTC input when traced back, it is part of the output of another Feb 2009 block. He maybe a lucky guy who got rich by mining early BTC.

Hence, not all ~1M unmoved coins since 2009 is satoshi's. Some of them belongs to those early adopters.

/u/btcthwy recently signed ownership of another address holding fresh coin of early February 2009...

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Found the problem. bitcoin-qt doesn't offer the coinbase transactions in the gui. Copy and paste and is good. Without the quote marks "Hello from btcthwy 23 Sep 2015" G7se7lC13jsvYQIVBqY1V+lPcneTh10za0L+hzY3RzjuL994W+TP/1D5P0UwgRoLTCDulKcpVAUt0t4MgTCjvAE=

Signed against 1CgrbzKje66Pcz1egaAnhr7qEGfdk9atS2

Also saying hi to the folks at bitcointalk, address above is one 1 spent from in 2014

And from the recent transaction, against 112qJLTCR3QGVyQ6RBH2765gw3gVozBhvU with the quote marks "https://goo.gl/seM63p btcthwy 23/9/2015" Gy1ImMsiAOckCrLLvkjkE21RFC5jCMdUQ7zgueaRN2X8UZeOpcJ8d82ZhPkmqKhi7/65IiNzkrnMkFRG+FlOaFk=

Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/3ln77n/coinbases_from_feb_3_2009_just_moved_for_the/cvb8jbj
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September 27, 2015, 11:39:53 AM
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/u/btcthwy recently signed ownership of another address holding fresh coin of early February 2009...
This btcthwy guy is very mysterious. Someone said he is from Australia...

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/3ln77n/coinbases_from_feb_3_2009_just_moved_for_the/cvbnguk

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September 27, 2015, 12:25:27 PM
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/u/btcthwy recently signed ownership of another address holding fresh coin of early February 2009...
This btcthwy guy is very mysterious. Someone said he is from Australia...

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/3ln77n/coinbases_from_feb_3_2009_just_moved_for_the/cvbnguk

Either he's from Australia, or wants it to appear that he's from Australia. You can run Bitcoin wallets through VPNs that hide your real location, and some VPNs let you run through Tor, then run through their VPN so they have no way of identifying your location. Whoever btcthwy is he would probably want to hide his identity because someone said he sent some of his early coins straight to a dark web drugs site. Anyone doing business with those type of sites would want to remain anonymous. If it's true he sent his coins to one of those sites he would certainly want to hide his identity.
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September 27, 2015, 04:15:05 PM
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I wonder what % of power he would have if he came back? I mean sure he is the creator, but he hasn't contributed for years, and the original code has been improved so much that it wouldn't be recognizable if you compare the original thing. So I think Satoshi would have to prove itself again contributing with something to gain more rep, if he solved a big problem with Bitcoin right now he would have almost everyone's approbation on whatever he said.


He would have at least 10% of the current total coins, so I would put his power % right at or around 10%.    Wink

Good point, and actually scary to think that we would be jeopardized by a single man if he had a contrarian opinion about the common opinion of the public, but I think he wants the best for Bitcoin and will never dump. Hell he could be dead by now for all we know, im not worried about satoshi at all.

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September 29, 2015, 11:52:50 PM
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/u/btcthwy recently signed ownership of another address holding fresh coin of early February 2009...
This btcthwy guy is very mysterious. Someone said he is from Australia...

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/3ln77n/coinbases_from_feb_3_2009_just_moved_for_the/cvbnguk

Either he's from Australia, or wants it to appear that he's from Australia. You can run Bitcoin wallets through VPNs that hide your real location, and some VPNs let you run through Tor, then run through their VPN so they have no way of identifying your location. Whoever btcthwy is he would probably want to hide his identity because someone said he sent some of his early coins straight to a dark web drugs site. Anyone doing business with those type of sites would want to remain anonymous. If it's true he sent his coins to one of those sites he would certainly want to hide his identity.
Could you please point me out that who said it and where ?

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September 30, 2015, 12:15:37 AM
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I do not cares if this person is satoshi or not
But I care for btc price and I hope that the real satoshi will not sell all his coins in one action that's will cost a lot and the price may fall
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I do not cares if this person is satoshi or not
But I care for btc price and I hope that the real satoshi will not sell all his coins in one action that's will cost a lot and the price may fall

Why not? Don't scare of price decrease. If Satoshi sells his first coins it would be healthy for Bitcoin for a longer run.
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I do not cares if this person is satoshi or not
But I care for btc price and I hope that the real satoshi will not sell all his coins in one action that's will cost a lot and the price may fall

Why not? Don't scare of price decrease. If Satoshi sells his first coins it would be healthy for Bitcoin for a longer run.

I could not understand how it would hekp in long term view.
Usually if whale sells off this hoarding bitcoin, that may impact bitcoin price negatively. If they keep it that would show us they are still believing in bitcoin.
But selling in small quantity will not affect the price as well as people's faith on bitcoin.

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September 30, 2015, 03:18:48 AM
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Satoshi isn't back; Satoshi was never gone.
He is in our hearts, and all around us.
He will always be watching.

Love,
   First Church of Satoshi


He knows when we are sleeping, he knows when we're awake.
He knows if you've been bad or good, so be good for bitcoin sake.


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September 30, 2015, 03:30:11 AM
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I don't think satoshi will go back to bitcoin, and I heard that He has lost his private key, so how could he move his fund if he doesn't have his own private key. The last thing is we don't know who is the real satoshi.

Maybe that tx was from other bitcoin developer or advanced user from 2009, or maybe it's from the real satoshi.
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