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April 10, 2016, 01:58:25 AM
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Well I've read most of Satoshi's posts on the forum here and while I don't know the guy in the photo, somehow he doesn't look like he might be the one who wrote those comments. Ok I admit it could be because of the expression on his face in that picture  Roll Eyes  
But I like what Andresen said in the article. I believe the ones who are mostly like to recognize him are those who communicated with him and understood and appreciated his work for its actual worth. I think that if I'd had in depth discussions with someone whose work I was truly thrilled about, I would be able to recognize their style and personality through their words.

Do you know of a link to any of Satoshi's posts here? I'd like to study them and possibly write an article. Thank you.

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April 10, 2016, 02:06:22 AM
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We are already had the news on this australian man being satoshi a couple of months ago, and Greg Maxwell quickly proved that this was bullshit in reddit with some proof, so I wonder what he has to say now about it again. I think this guy is just desperate for attention. If he was satoshi he just had to move the coins and that's all.

And no one should forget that: EVEN if he moved the original coins that are supposedly satoshi's coins, it wouldn't prove anything this point, because we can't know if satoshi had the coins stolen and then ended up on this guys hand's due having connections inside the inner circle of the original developer team and so on. There's just nothing this Craig Wright dude can do to convince anyone that he is Satoshi, and Satoshi would never be stupid enough to want to become a public figure, which pretty much discredits anything this hoaxer has to say.
I would say that moving coins known to belong to satoshi and/or signing a message from one or more address that is known to belong to satoshi would reasonably prove that he is satoshi, as would signing a message from satoshi's GPG key (DE4E FCA3 E1AB 9E41 CE96  CECB 18C0 9E86 5EC9 48A1 and not any one other then this one).

I don't think that theft was all that much of a problem as of the time that satoshi left, and I think he would have said something if he coins were stolen up to shortly after he left.

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April 10, 2016, 03:40:05 AM
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Well I've read most of Satoshi's posts on the forum here and while I don't know the guy in the photo, somehow he doesn't look like he might be the one who wrote those comments. Ok I admit it could be because of the expression on his face in that picture  Roll Eyes  
But I like what Andresen said in the article. I believe the ones who are mostly like to recognize him are those who communicated with him and understood and appreciated his work for its actual worth. I think that if I'd had in depth discussions with someone whose work I was truly thrilled about, I would be able to recognize their style and personality through their words.

Do you know of a link to any of Satoshi's posts here? I'd like to study them and possibly write an article. Thank you.

Just select the 'Members' option above then click on 'search for members' and type in 'satoshi', he'll be at the top of the page with his position set as 'Founder'. You can then just go into his profile and click on 'Show the last posts of this person' and there you go, you'll have access to every single post he's made here. You can learn a lot about his personality through his posts  Wink
Good luck with the article!
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April 10, 2016, 03:43:35 AM
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Well I've read most of Satoshi's posts on the forum here and while I don't know the guy in the photo, somehow he doesn't look like he might be the one who wrote those comments. Ok I admit it could be because of the expression on his face in that picture  Roll Eyes  
But I like what Andresen said in the article. I believe the ones who are mostly like to recognize him are those who communicated with him and understood and appreciated his work for its actual worth. I think that if I'd had in depth discussions with someone whose work I was truly thrilled about, I would be able to recognize their style and personality through their words.

Do you know of a link to any of Satoshi's posts here? I'd like to study them and possibly write an article. Thank you.

Just select the 'Members' option above then click on 'search for members' and type in 'satoshi', he'll be at the top of the page with his position set as 'Founder'. You can then just go into his profile and click on 'Show the last posts of this person' and there you go, you'll have access to every single post he's made here. You can learn a lot about his personality through his posts  Wink
Good luck with the article!

Great, I'll search for "satoshi" as you suggested, maybe there are some clues waiting to be discovered... thanks ObscureBean!  Smiley

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April 10, 2016, 04:35:25 AM
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Bullshit.

He's in it for publicity. If he actually wanted to prove he was satoshi, he will have to sign an address used by the Satoshi account on this forum.
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April 10, 2016, 04:36:09 AM
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Well I've read most of Satoshi's posts on the forum here and while I don't know the guy in the photo, somehow he doesn't look like he might be the one who wrote those comments. Ok I admit it could be because of the expression on his face in that picture  Roll Eyes  
But I like what Andresen said in the article. I believe the ones who are mostly like to recognize him are those who communicated with him and understood and appreciated his work for its actual worth. I think that if I'd had in depth discussions with someone whose work I was truly thrilled about, I would be able to recognize their style and personality through their words.

Do you know of a link to any of Satoshi's posts here? I'd like to study them and possibly write an article. Thank you.

Just select the 'Members' option above then click on 'search for members' and type in 'satoshi', he'll be at the top of the page with his position set as 'Founder'. You can then just go into his profile and click on 'Show the last posts of this person' and there you go, you'll have access to every single post he's made here. You can learn a lot about his personality through his posts  Wink
Good luck with the article!

Great, I'll search for "satoshi" as you suggested, maybe there are some clues waiting to be discovered... thanks ObscureBean!  Smiley
am sure Satoshi Nakamoto has read this post under a different alias

is it possible one of our moderators  personally know him
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April 10, 2016, 04:42:17 AM
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How do you know if Satoshi Nakamoto is an Asian, by his name? It's just a name dude, I can even use an African name while I'm an Asian.
He is probably Satoshi Nakamoto, no one knows.

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April 10, 2016, 04:45:31 AM
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Thats not true, craig wright is not satoshi nakamoto, satoshi nakamoto is surely a group, and satoshi never left the forum maybe hes here reading our posts using different account.

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April 10, 2016, 05:16:31 AM
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Did he done anything, April 8 has passed, when will he "prove" that he is satoshi?

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April 10, 2016, 07:15:16 AM
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No Matter who is Satoshi, the thing is that he invented the biggest digitial currecnt=y, the BITCOINS and he will be known for this.

However the guy shown above doesn't seems to be the original one.

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April 10, 2016, 10:07:19 AM
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Well I've read most of Satoshi's posts on the forum here and while I don't know the guy in the photo, somehow he doesn't look like he might be the one who wrote those comments. Ok I admit it could be because of the expression on his face in that picture  Roll Eyes 
But I like what Andresen said in the article. I believe the ones who are mostly like to recognize him are those who communicated with him and understood and appreciated his work for its actual worth. I think that if I'd had in depth discussions with someone whose work I was truly thrilled about, I would be able to recognize their style and personality through their words.

Do you know of a link to any of Satoshi's posts here? I'd like to study them and possibly write an article. Thank you.

Just select the 'Members' option above then click on 'search for members' and type in 'satoshi', he'll be at the top of the page with his position set as 'Founder'. You can then just go into his profile and click on 'Show the last posts of this person' and there you go, you'll have access to every single post he's made here. You can learn a lot about his personality through his posts  Wink
Good luck with the article!

Great, I'll search for "satoshi" as you suggested, maybe there are some clues waiting to be discovered... thanks ObscureBean!  Smiley
am sure Satoshi Nakamoto has read this post under a different alias

is it possible one of our moderators  personally know him
AFAIK, no one knows Satoshi Nakamoto IP address. Not even the admin nor moderators. Even if admins check the database and found IP that was used by Satoshi a few years ago, it's already obsolete. Well, even if there is IP address of Satoshi in the database, he is not a dumb person to use his real IP to browse this forum, though.

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April 10, 2016, 10:16:07 AM
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Next months it will be another guy, and then another one, and another one.
Even if the real Nakamoto comes in the public place to say "I am Nakamoto" no one is going to believe him.



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April 10, 2016, 11:06:47 AM
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I think its basically a fact that Satoshi Nakamoto is not asian, it is a Pseudonym.   
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April 10, 2016, 11:44:33 AM
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we will most likely never know who the real satoshi nakamoto is unless he is introducing himself to the outside world with signed messages of (supposedly) his wallets. untill then, i don't believe any one that is saying he or she is satoshi. it's that simple.
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April 10, 2016, 11:45:02 AM
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I think its basically a fact that Satoshi Nakamoto is not asian, it is a Pseudonym.   

Identity of satoshi nakamoto is trully mistery in bitcoin world. And i think hes not showing his true identity to make her/himself to be safety just like his coin is anonimous also. Many hoax release about satoshi nakamotos info. And im very sure many of us waiting and really courious what is the identity and story of satoshi nakamoto the coin we benifited so much.

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April 10, 2016, 12:03:09 PM
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As I said in another thread, if Satoshi Nakamoto (he/she/they) came forward to the world there would be an excuse for people here to say it's not 'him'. I think that's why Satoshi will stay gone. Because of all the hostility when there should be peace between members of the bitcoin community.
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All signs point to the story as a fabrication intended to defraud the Australian tax authorities. Wright appears to be a fraud and developers and technical experts in the know aren't paying the story any mind.
This is the most likely scenario. Wright is publicity hungry individual who just want to promote himself by promising - that he will reveal himself and confirm that he is Satoshi.
But so far all we have is bunch of old blog posts (which could be added later and can't be really check) random facts which not exactly stick together all that much and his word.

People are tired of this farce so: Reveal yourself or stop confusing people, Wright.
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We do not need a central figure head to represent us. We {the users of Bitcoin} is Satoshi Nakamoto.  Wink .... Wright would be the stupidest person in the world, to announce

that he is Satoshi Nakamoto. He will spend most of his remaining days in courts and he will have to dodge the criminals who would be out to get his 1 000 000 bitcoins. No

amount of evidence will be enough to convince people, that he is Satoshi Nakamoto. {Well a signed PGP message will help, but people will even dismiss that as evidence.}  Roll Eyes

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April 10, 2016, 01:03:41 PM
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We are already had the news on this australian man being satoshi a couple of months ago, and Greg Maxwell quickly proved that this was bullshit in reddit with some proof, so I wonder what he has to say now about it again. I think this guy is just desperate for attention. If he was satoshi he just had to move the coins and that's all.

And no one should forget that: EVEN if he moved the original coins that are supposedly satoshi's coins, it wouldn't prove anything this point, because we can't know if satoshi had the coins stolen and then ended up on this guys hand's due having connections inside the inner circle of the original developer team and so on. There's just nothing this Craig Wright dude can do to convince anyone that he is Satoshi, and Satoshi would never be stupid enough to want to become a public figure, which pretty much discredits anything this hoaxer has to say.
I would say that moving coins known to belong to satoshi and/or signing a message from one or more address that is known to belong to satoshi would reasonably prove that he is satoshi, as would signing a message from satoshi's GPG key (DE4E FCA3 E1AB 9E41 CE96  CECB 18C0 9E86 5EC9 48A1 and not any one other then this one).

I don't think that theft was all that much of a problem as of the time that satoshi left, and I think he would have said something if he coins were stolen up to shortly after he left.

He could have had everything stolen, including PGP keys and all. I personally don't trust anything at this point. Satoshi would never come out and reveal that he is satoshi because he is too smart and knows that he gains nothing from doing so, so whoever comes out claiming it's satoshi it's an instant fake for me, no matter what proof he has to provide.

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He could have had everything stolen, including PGP keys and all. I personally don't trust anything at this point. Satoshi would never come out and reveal that he is satoshi because he is too smart and knows that he gains nothing from doing so, so whoever comes out claiming it's satoshi it's an instant fake for me, no matter what proof he has to provide.
Well, that is problematic. Satoshi is already well established if we are talking about money. His fortune is plenteous (of course, we are assuming that he still has access to all his coins).
But there is much more beside being rich to gain. After reaveling himself he can gain: fame and recognition, place in history books under his real name, followers and prizes.
These things can be rather appealing.


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