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September 21, 2015, 02:45:16 PM
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Even if it is satoshi who is moving those funds... that does not mean he is really back. We want to hear from him, not just to see some blockchain transactions.

I want him to sell his coins, I'm missing those days of $2 bitcoins...
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September 21, 2015, 02:50:02 PM
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The interesting address is this one:
https://blockchain.info/address/17qfbjKam8Rwqat62BjMVCK2tppFEyShXM

It seems it is also linked to the coins generated on 2009-02-03 but had some activities even in 2013 and 2014

Trace down, this one also indicated some testing actions with 1 BTC fee
https://blockchain.info/address/1AbHNFdKJeVL8FRZyRZoiTzG9VCmzLrtvm

And this seems to be another cold storage
https://blockchain.info/address/1E6nViR5Xv1wyNXg87SamvtLJ5TyXuksLC

I tends to believe that Satoshi is a group of people, this is just one of the devs participating the test


1AbHNFdKJeVL8FRZyRZoiTzG9VCmzLrtvm is definitely Hal Finney's address, it is famous as the first address that received BTC, Satoshi sent some BTC to Finney for testing.

Ok... then who owns https://blockchain.info/address/1E6nViR5Xv1wyNXg87SamvtLJ5TyXuksLC ?
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September 21, 2015, 02:54:07 PM
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Even if it is satoshi who is moving those funds... that does not mean he is really back. We want to hear from him, not just to see some blockchain transactions.

I want him to sell his coins, I'm missing those days of $2 bitcoins...
If he did the price wouldn't crash I don't think the faith in satoshi holding his coins keep it up but if he DUMPED a ton of coins sure we would see a huge crash due to supply and demand but if he sold just a couple of coins at a time I think all would be well.

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September 21, 2015, 03:03:40 PM
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Even if it is satoshi who is moving those funds... that does not mean he is really back. We want to hear from him, not just to see some blockchain transactions.

I want him to sell his coins, I'm missing those days of $2 bitcoins...
If he did the price wouldn't crash I don't think the faith in satoshi holding his coins keep it up but if he DUMPED a ton of coins sure we would see a huge crash due to supply and demand but if he sold just a couple of coins at a time I think all would be well.

In fact /u/btcthwy said that he is selling for a very long time and it seems he is not selling for the high price. He is selling only when he needs the money...

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Not a US citizen. And my government has helpfully exempted btc sales from income tax if you aren't trading. Just selling (already long, really really long).

Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/3ln77n/coinbases_from_feb_3_2009_just_moved_for_the/cv7qiwl
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September 21, 2015, 03:05:46 PM
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Even if it is satoshi who is moving those funds... that does not mean he is really back. We want to hear from him, not just to see some blockchain transactions.

I want him to sell his coins, I'm missing those days of $2 bitcoins...
If he did the price wouldn't crash I don't think the faith in satoshi holding his coins keep it up but if he DUMPED a ton of coins sure we would see a huge crash due to supply and demand but if he sold just a couple of coins at a time I think all would be well.

In fact /u/btcthwy said that he is selling for a very long time and it seems he is not selling for the high price. He is selling only when he needs the money...

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Not a US citizen. And my government has helpfully exempted btc sales from income tax if you aren't trading. Just selling (already long, really really long).

Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/3ln77n/coinbases_from_feb_3_2009_just_moved_for_the/cv7qiwl
Well good for him, I am happy he is able to tap bitcoins when he needs the fiat and hopefully they keep rising in value. I think people need to quit focusing on the old blocks and miners trying to pin down satoshi and just let it be.

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September 21, 2015, 03:25:06 PM
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Even if it is satoshi who is moving those funds... that does not mean he is really back. We want to hear from him, not just to see some blockchain transactions.

I want him to sell his coins, I'm missing those days of $2 bitcoins...
If he did the price wouldn't crash I don't think the faith in satoshi holding his coins keep it up but if he DUMPED a ton of coins sure we would see a huge crash due to supply and demand but if he sold just a couple of coins at a time I think all would be well.

In fact /u/btcthwy said that he is selling for a very long time and it seems he is not selling for the high price. He is selling only when he needs the money...

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Not a US citizen. And my government has helpfully exempted btc sales from income tax if you aren't trading. Just selling (already long, really really long).

Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/3ln77n/coinbases_from_feb_3_2009_just_moved_for_the/cv7qiwl
Well good for him, I am happy he is able to tap bitcoins when he needs the fiat and hopefully they keep rising in value. I think people need to quit focusing on the old blocks and miners trying to pin down satoshi and just let it be.

I agree with you.But there will always be paranoid people who will watch the Blockchain and therefore create doom scenarios if they think it's Satoshi who finally wants to cash out. Cheesy

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September 21, 2015, 03:44:39 PM
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Even if it is satoshi who is moving those funds... that does not mean he is really back. We want to hear from him, not just to see some blockchain transactions.

I want him to sell his coins, I'm missing those days of $2 bitcoins...

but i seriously doubt if anybody else wants to see that day come.
if you ask me, i consider $2 bitcoin the absolute death of bitcoin which there is no return. i would personally sell all my stash and never even look back and think about cryptocurrencies again.

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September 21, 2015, 03:49:41 PM
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Even if it is satoshi who is moving those funds... that does not mean he is really back. We want to hear from him, not just to see some blockchain transactions.

I want him to sell his coins, I'm missing those days of $2 bitcoins...

but i seriously doubt if anybody else wants to see that day come.
if you ask me, i consider $2 bitcoin the absolute death of bitcoin which there is no return. i would personally sell all my stash and never even look back and think about cryptocurrencies again.
and that would be the foolish thing to do, lets assume you have ~100 coins, 200$ really is it worth risking it all for that? I think we all know there will be a future in crypto and that's why we post here and regardless of the price I can send money to anywhere in the world without a third party, that's amazing.

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September 21, 2015, 03:53:11 PM
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OK wait ...
Yesterday Plural of Mongoose comes back with a bang after a 6 years silence and today there are Bitcoins from 2009 moving .... coincidence?

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September 21, 2015, 03:58:33 PM
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OK wait ...
Yesterday Plural of Mongoose comes back with a bang after a 6 years silence and today there are Bitcoins from 2009 moving .... coincidence?

This fact is interesting, really really something is going to happen.
Maybe bitcoin will crash lol, i don't want to see at 2$ price.
@AGD may i know how did you upload gif to your avatar?

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September 21, 2015, 04:05:21 PM
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Even if it is satoshi who is moving those funds... that does not mean he is really back. We want to hear from him, not just to see some blockchain transactions.

I want him to sell his coins, I'm missing those days of $2 bitcoins...
If he did the price wouldn't crash I don't think the faith in satoshi holding his coins keep it up but if he DUMPED a ton of coins sure we would see a huge crash due to supply and demand but if he sold just a couple of coins at a time I think all would be well.

In fact /u/btcthwy said that he is selling for a very long time and it seems he is not selling for the high price. He is selling only when he needs the money...

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Not a US citizen. And my government has helpfully exempted btc sales from income tax if you aren't trading. Just selling (already long, really really long).

Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/3ln77n/coinbases_from_feb_3_2009_just_moved_for_the/cv7qiwl
Well good for him, I am happy he is able to tap bitcoins when he needs the fiat and hopefully they keep rising in value. I think people need to quit focusing on the old blocks and miners trying to pin down satoshi and just let it be.

I agree with you.But there will always be paranoid people who will watch the Blockchain and therefore create doom scenarios if they think it's Satoshi who finally wants to cash out. Cheesy

Exactly this! There are trolls that love situations like this and they wait the eagerly to spread FUD and misinformation. And you know, that actually works pretty well in the Bitcoin community. It has happened already numerous amount of times that the FUD has crashed the price.
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September 21, 2015, 04:33:15 PM
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The interesting address is this one:
https://blockchain.info/address/17qfbjKam8Rwqat62BjMVCK2tppFEyShXM

It seems it is also linked to the coins generated on 2009-02-03 but had some activities even in 2013 and 2014

Trace down, this one also indicated some testing actions with 1 BTC fee
https://blockchain.info/address/1AbHNFdKJeVL8FRZyRZoiTzG9VCmzLrtvm

And this seems to be another cold storage
https://blockchain.info/address/1E6nViR5Xv1wyNXg87SamvtLJ5TyXuksLC

I tends to believe that Satoshi is a group of people, this is just one of the devs participating the test


1AbHNFdKJeVL8FRZyRZoiTzG9VCmzLrtvm is definitely Hal Finney's address, it is famous as the first address that received BTC, Satoshi sent some BTC to Finney for testing.

Ok... then who owns https://blockchain.info/address/1E6nViR5Xv1wyNXg87SamvtLJ5TyXuksLC ?

Either also beneficiaries of late Hal Finney's testament, or someone his family sold some BTC. In any case those coins from 2009 were not under Satoshie's control.

Stop jumping to wrong conclusions people, if coins are from early 2009 it doesn't mean they are Satoshie's. These coins are excellent example.

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September 21, 2015, 04:34:07 PM
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OK wait ...
Yesterday Plural of Mongoose comes back with a bang after a 6 years silence and today there are Bitcoins from 2009 moving .... coincidence?
What is or who is Plural of Mongoose, I have never heard of them before in my life.

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OK wait ...
Yesterday Plural of Mongoose comes back with a bang after a 6 years silence and today there are Bitcoins from 2009 moving .... coincidence?

This fact is interesting, really really something is going to happen.
Maybe bitcoin will crash lol, i don't want to see at 2$ price.
@AGD may i know how did you upload gif to your avatar?

I'm only guessing, but I think animated GIF avatars were allowed about a year and a half ago, then the forum got hacked through some exploit to do with avatars. When I signed up nobody was allowed to add an avatar, and anyone who already had one couldn't remove it. A few months ago we were again allowed to add an avatar, but not an animated GIF.

AGD must have added his animated GIF avatar over two years ago and left it in place since then. If he removes it he will probably only be allowed to add a normal GIF to replace it with.
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a little bored and do not believe the issues "say satoshi is back" or "satoshi come back" etc   Undecided
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September 21, 2015, 05:11:15 PM
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OK wait ...
Yesterday Plural of Mongoose comes back with a bang after a 6 years silence and today there are Bitcoins from 2009 moving .... coincidence?

This fact is interesting, really really something is going to happen.
Maybe bitcoin will crash lol, i don't want to see at 2$ price.
@AGD may i know how did you upload gif to your avatar?

I'm only guessing, but I think animated GIF avatars were allowed about a year and a half ago, then the forum got hacked through some exploit to do with avatars. When I signed up nobody was allowed to add an avatar, and anyone who already had one couldn't remove it. A few months ago we were again allowed to add an avatar, but not an animated GIF.

AGD must have added his animated GIF avatar over two years ago and left it in place since then. If he removes it he will probably only be allowed to add a normal GIF to replace it with.

Yeah, I have this one a long time already and never changed.

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September 21, 2015, 05:14:01 PM
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Looking and blockseer, it seems that he cashed some bitcoin in bitpay, and ABRAXASMARKET???
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September 21, 2015, 05:20:24 PM
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OK wait ...
Yesterday Plural of Mongoose comes back with a bang after a 6 years silence and today there are Bitcoins from 2009 moving .... coincidence?
What is or who is Plural of Mongoose, I have never heard of them before in my life.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=935434.0
http://antilop.cc/sr/index.html#jones
http://myplanetganja.com/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=11022

PS: Don't blame me for showing this rabbit hole to you!

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September 21, 2015, 05:26:20 PM
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No need to be the real satoshi! As users said above, some exchanges moves their funds. OR someone have minted/bought some BTC in the early and he/she forgot about it (because, it was cheap than) and now he/she realize the value of bitcoin, so he/she might transfer it to the another wallet (just an assumption).
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September 21, 2015, 06:16:42 PM
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No need to be the real satoshi! As users said above, some exchanges moves their funds. OR someone have minted/bought some BTC in the early and he/she forgot about it (because, it was cheap than) and now he/she realize the value of bitcoin, so he/she might transfer it to the another wallet (just an assumption).
Are you on high ? Bitcoin exchange in February 2009 ? Coinbase Tx is bought BTC ? Have your nap and come back later. The stuff you have taken has eaten your consciousness.
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