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May 03, 2016, 05:50:34 PM
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The Bitcoin affair: Craig Wright 'to move' Satoshi coin
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-36193006

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Craig Wright's spokesman told the BBC that he would "move a coin from an early block" belonging to the crypto-currency's inventor "in the coming days".

So what happens if he actually does it? Proof good enough?



how will mr. wright prove that HE moved the coins and not Gavin Andresen or anyone else? Maybe SN handed over some of the early blocks? or SN is already passed away and now Gavin or mr. wright try to get some blocks from the family of SN.

EDIT: why this announcment w/o action? is there some preperation needed?

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May 03, 2016, 05:51:22 PM
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The Bitcoin affair: Craig Wright 'to move' Satoshi coin
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-36193006

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Craig Wright's spokesman told the BBC that he would "move a coin from an early block" belonging to the crypto-currency's inventor "in the coming days".

So what happens if he actually does it? Proof good enough?



how will mr. wright prove that HE moved the coins and not Gavin Andresen or anyone else? Maybe SN handed over some of the early blocks? or SN is already passed away and now Gavin or mr. wright try to get some blocks from the family of SN.

Satoshi is dead?

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May 03, 2016, 05:52:25 PM
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Why is this being dragged out so long,if he is the dude he could make it obvious very quickly.
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May 03, 2016, 05:53:33 PM
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Scanned last few pages and didn't see anyone posting this:

The Bitcoin affair: Craig Wright 'to move' Satoshi coin
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-36193006

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Craig Wright's spokesman told the BBC that he would "move a coin from an early block" belonging to the crypto-currency's inventor "in the coming days".

So what happens if he actually does it? Proof good enough?



how will mr. wright prove that HE moved the coins and not Gavin Andresen or anyone else? Maybe SN handed over some of the early blocks? or SN is already passed away and now Gavin or mr. wright try to get some blocks from the family of SN.

Satoshi is dead?
Who knows, it is very possible. Many people die everyday.
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May 03, 2016, 05:53:57 PM
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Scanned last few pages and didn't see anyone posting this:

The Bitcoin affair: Craig Wright 'to move' Satoshi coin
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-36193006

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Craig Wright's spokesman told the BBC that he would "move a coin from an early block" belonging to the crypto-currency's inventor "in the coming days".

So what happens if he actually does it? Proof good enough?



how will mr. wright prove that HE moved the coins and not Gavin Andresen or anyone else? Maybe SN handed over some of the early blocks? or SN is already passed away and now Gavin or mr. wright try to get some blocks from the family of SN.

Satoshi is dead?

not very unlikely. Hal Finney passed away unfortunetly.

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May 03, 2016, 05:55:57 PM
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Scanned last few pages and didn't see anyone posting this:

The Bitcoin affair: Craig Wright 'to move' Satoshi coin
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-36193006

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Craig Wright's spokesman told the BBC that he would "move a coin from an early block" belonging to the crypto-currency's inventor "in the coming days".

So what happens if he actually does it? Proof good enough?



how will mr. wright prove that HE moved the coins and not Gavin Andresen or anyone else? Maybe SN handed over some of the early blocks? or SN is already passed away and now Gavin or mr. wright try to get some blocks from the family of SN.

Satoshi is dead?

not very unlikely. hal finney passed away unfortunetly.

satoshi died from a heart attack when gavin told him he was going to meet with the FBI.

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May 03, 2016, 05:56:18 PM
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Scanned last few pages and didn't see anyone posting this:

The Bitcoin affair: Craig Wright 'to move' Satoshi coin
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-36193006

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Craig Wright's spokesman told the BBC that he would "move a coin from an early block" belonging to the crypto-currency's inventor "in the coming days".

So what happens if he actually does it? Proof good enough?



how will mr. wright prove that HE moved the coins and not Gavin Andresen or anyone else? Maybe SN handed over some of the early blocks? or SN is already passed away and now Gavin or mr. wright try to get some blocks from the family of SN.

Satoshi is dead?

not very unlikely. hal finney passed away unfortunetly.
Although Hal does plan on coming back and I am pretty certain he does know the true identity of SN. Maybe he will tell people in a few hundred years if he comes back.
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May 03, 2016, 05:59:06 PM
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Scanned last few pages and didn't see anyone posting this:

The Bitcoin affair: Craig Wright 'to move' Satoshi coin
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-36193006

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Craig Wright's spokesman told the BBC that he would "move a coin from an early block" belonging to the crypto-currency's inventor "in the coming days".

So what happens if he actually does it? Proof good enough?



how will mr. wright prove that HE moved the coins and not Gavin Andresen or anyone else? Maybe SN handed over some of the early blocks? or SN is already passed away and now Gavin or mr. wright try to get some blocks from the family of SN.

Satoshi is dead?

not very unlikely. hal finney passed away unfortunetly.
Although Hal does plan on coming back and I am pretty certain he does know the true identity of SN. Maybe he will tell people in a few hundred years if he comes back.
for real?

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well i'll be damned.

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May 03, 2016, 06:01:33 PM
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Scanned last few pages and didn't see anyone posting this:

The Bitcoin affair: Craig Wright 'to move' Satoshi coin
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-36193006

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Craig Wright's spokesman told the BBC that he would "move a coin from an early block" belonging to the crypto-currency's inventor "in the coming days".

So what happens if he actually does it? Proof good enough?



how will mr. wright prove that HE moved the coins and not Gavin Andresen or anyone else? Maybe SN handed over some of the early blocks? or SN is already passed away and now Gavin or mr. wright try to get some blocks from the family of SN.

Satoshi is dead?

not very unlikely. hal finney passed away unfortunetly.

satoshi died from a heart attack when gavin told him he was going to meet with the FBI.

mr. wright must be sure that SN is not able anymore to reveal his true identity. otherwise the agenda of mr. wright has a high risk of failure. so it is very likely that mr. wright knows the true identity of SN.

for me it's also clear that gavin andresen knows the true identity of SN. otherwise he would not cooperate with mr. wright's agenda.

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May 03, 2016, 06:06:34 PM
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And if you are so sure that this guy is Satoshi would you care to take a (say 10 BTC) bet on it?


What would you take as irrefutable proof ?
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May 03, 2016, 06:13:52 PM
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I believe the closest we have to Satoshi these last years, is this: https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2015-August/010238.html

That particular email is not known to be hacked (but we can't say for sure that it isn't), there is no spoofing involved, and he also had to register and verify the email to the mailing list:

https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2015-August/010329.html
https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2015-August/010327.html
https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2015-August/010334.html

The writing style and essence of what is written does not have any troll like qualities like the spoofed "I'm not craig wright, we are all satoshi" message that appeared a few months later. The August one isn't spoofed, it is serious and consistent in writing style, while also trying to "sneak in" some comment of concern for bitcoin itself - as far as node incentives go. Kind'a like, since I broke my silence, let me also say this that is bothering me for a while.

As far as I'm concerned it is legit with very high probability. Which, in turn, would imply that if I'm right then Satoshi was alive a few months ago. It would also imply that Craig Wright writing with one space, instead of two, is fraudulent, and that no writing style change has occurred for Satoshi, despite the passing of time since 2010.
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May 03, 2016, 06:15:03 PM
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And if you are so sure that this guy is Satoshi would you care to take a (say 10 BTC) bet on it?


What would you take as irrefutable proof ?

in real there is nothing! if SN already passed away his family could have access to all including the true PGP private key.

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May 03, 2016, 06:18:20 PM
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What if the real Satoshi was "erased" and been stolen all is personal files?

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May 03, 2016, 06:20:53 PM
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I believe the closest we have to Satoshi these last years, is this: https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2015-August/010238.html

That particular email is not known to be hacked (but we can't say for sure that it isn't), there is no spoofing involved, and he also had to register and verify the email to the mailing list:

https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2015-August/010329.html
https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2015-August/010327.html
https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2015-August/010334.html

The writing style and essence of what is written does not have any troll like qualities like the spoofed "I'm not craig wright, we are all satoshi" message that appeared a few months later. The August one isn't spoofed, it is serious and consistent in writing style, while also trying to "sneak in" some comment of concern for bitcoin itself - as far as node incentives go. Kind'a like, since I broke my silence, let me also say this that is bothering me for a while.

As far as I'm concerned it is legit with very high probability. Which, in turn, would imply that if I'm right then Satoshi was alive a few months ago. It would also imply that Craig Wright writing with one space, instead of two, is fraudulent, and that no writing style change has occurred for Satoshi, despite the passing of time since 2010.

SN biggest mistake? Gavin Andresen!!

let us watch what is coming next from mr. wright. with the logic above in mind it is not "big blocks".

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May 03, 2016, 06:22:11 PM
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Matonis it seems to be the official speakerman of this Wrightamoto scammer. He tweet about him and support him. What are the doing and cant they see the evidence that this guy is a scammer. And where this guy take the title as a "doctor"?

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Mike Hearn has nothing to say?

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On the edge of my seat here.....

"The next communication that Paige and Conrad received from Wright was stranger still. Emails provided to Gizmodo, the authenticity of which were confirmed by Paige and Conrad, show that in February 2014, 10 months after Kleiman’s death, Wright emailed the pair to tell them about a mysterious project he’d been working on with their friend. As part of this undertaking, Wright wrote, Kleiman had mined an enormous amount of bitcoins—an amount “too large to email.” Wright asked them to ensure that Kleiman’s computers were safe, and to check whether their hard drives contained wallet.dat files, the pieces of software that contain bitcoins and their owners’ account information. On a subsequent phone call with Wright, a baffled Paige asked for more information about the partnership with Kleiman. After that, he said, Wright assumed a clandestine tone. “Can I trust you?”

According to Paige, Wright eventually told him that Kleiman was the creator of Bitcoin......"


http://gizmodo.com/this-australian-says-he-and-his-dead-friend-invented-bi-1746958692
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On the edge of my seat here.....

"The next communication that Paige and Conrad received from Wright was stranger still. Emails provided to Gizmodo, the authenticity of which were confirmed by Paige and Conrad, show that in February 2014, 10 months after Kleiman’s death, Wright emailed the pair to tell them about a mysterious project he’d been working on with their friend. As part of this undertaking, Wright wrote, Kleiman had mined an enormous amount of bitcoins—an amount “too large to email.” Wright asked them to ensure that Kleiman’s computers were safe, and to check whether their hard drives contained wallet.dat files, the pieces of software that contain bitcoins and their owners’ account information. On a subsequent phone call with Wright, a baffled Paige asked for more information about the partnership with Kleiman. After that, he said, Wright assumed a clandestine tone. “Can I trust you?”

According to Paige, Wright eventually told him that Kleiman was the creator of Bitcoin......"


http://gizmodo.com/this-australian-says-he-and-his-dead-friend-invented-bi-1746958692
Could satoshi be dead and Wright his friend who doesn't really understand how it works but is trying to take the title and make money off it?

Probably more likely is Gavin and Wright are conspiring together.
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Satoshi is dead?
not very unlikely. hal finney passed away unfortunetly.
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How did all the inventors of bitcoin get dead already?

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....

Probably more likely is Gavin and Wright are conspiring together.

So far CSW is labeled a fraud, until he delivers and GA's credibility suffered a massive blow. That would be a very poor conspiracy with an easy to predict outcome.

As per Economist article, it only took 90 minutes to debunk CSW's 'proof'. You may like/respect Gavin or not, but there's no way he would willingly bet his credibility on what CSW published. He got duped big time, or there's more to that story.

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