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May 03, 2016, 06:55:11 PM
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hal_Finney_(computer_scientist)
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Hal Finney died in Phoenix August 28, 2014 and was cryopreserved by the Alcor Life Extension Foundation.

well i'll be damned.

There's a quite poignant thread on here from Hal Finney which you've probably read but I only found recently, where he says

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Today, Satoshi's true identity has become a mystery. But at the time, I thought I was dealing with a young man of Japanese ancestry who was very smart and sincere. 

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May 03, 2016, 06:57:57 PM
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Satoshi is dead?
not very unlikely. hal finney passed away unfortunetly.

Finney - dead; Kleiman - dead; Satoshi - dead;

How did all the inventors of bitcoin get dead already?
Cue the conspiracy theories  Lips sealed
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May 03, 2016, 07:09:50 PM
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he was only giving an example of how to verify a sig not provide proof of being satoshi

I think you should just look at Coblee's post (no need for the big song and dance and especially showing a bunch of console stuff that is meaningless to 99.9% of people).

This is simply typical misdirection.

And if you are so sure that this guy is Satoshi would you care to take a (say 10 BTC) bet on it?


who is Coblee, no matter lets go to the source.

http://www.drcraigwright.net/jean-paul-sartre-signing-significance/
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In the remainder of this post, I will explain the process of verifying a set of cryptographic keys.

there you have it!

are you willing to bet 10BTC that he isn't satoshi thats the question.



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May 03, 2016, 07:12:58 PM
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he was only giving an example of how to verify a sig not provide proof of being satoshi

I think you should just look at Coblee's post (no need for the big song and dance and especially showing a bunch of console stuff that is meaningless to 99.9% of people).

This is simply typical misdirection.

And if you are so sure that this guy is Satoshi would you care to take a (say 10 BTC) bet on it?


who is Coblee, no matter lets go to the source.

http://www.drcraigwright.net/jean-paul-sartre-signing-significance/
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In the remainder of this post, I will explain the process of verifying a set of cryptographic keys.

there you have it!

are you willing to bet 10BTC that he isn't satoshi thats the question.



Coblee is the creator of Litecoin who signed his genesis block address and tweeted it.
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May 03, 2016, 07:17:44 PM
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he was only giving an example of how to verify a sig not provide proof of being satoshi

I think you should just look at Coblee's post (no need for the big song and dance and especially showing a bunch of console stuff that is meaningless to 99.9% of people).

This is simply typical misdirection.

And if you are so sure that this guy is Satoshi would you care to take a (say 10 BTC) bet on it?


who is Coblee, no matter lets go to the source.

http://www.drcraigwright.net/jean-paul-sartre-signing-significance/
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In the remainder of this post, I will explain the process of verifying a set of cryptographic keys.

there you have it!

are you willing to bet 10BTC that he isn't satoshi thats the question.



Coblee is the creator of Litecoin who signed his genesis block address and tweeted it.

ya well Satoshi's way is way more interesting.

i find myself nervously eating everything in the house as i await the his next epic post

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May 03, 2016, 07:18:42 PM
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BUMP:

he should do this:



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May 03, 2016, 07:20:17 PM
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 go home lee your drunk

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May 03, 2016, 07:21:02 PM
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interesting fact in the book "Digital Gold" from Popper.

Gavin Andresen returned early 2010 from Australia. he claims he heard from Bitcoin thrue a website called InfoWorld.

anybody heard from this article on InfoWorld? maybe he meet mr. wright not for the first time in london.

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May 03, 2016, 07:21:18 PM
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Can feel it in my bones, he's not SN. Its just not Satoshi's way
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May 03, 2016, 07:21:36 PM
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he was only giving an example of how to verify a sig not provide proof of being satoshi

I think you should just look at Coblee's post (no need for the big song and dance and especially showing a bunch of console stuff that is meaningless to 99.9% of people).

This is simply typical misdirection.

And if you are so sure that this guy is Satoshi would you care to take a (say 10 BTC) bet on it?


who is Coblee, no matter lets go to the source.

http://www.drcraigwright.net/jean-paul-sartre-signing-significance/
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In the remainder of this post, I will explain the process of verifying a set of cryptographic keys.

there you have it!

are you willing to bet 10BTC that he isn't satoshi thats the question.


I bet 1 btc that he is satoshi but he gave us that stupid proof so that people thinks he is just a ridicule and we all leave him alone.Satoshi is Craig Wright but he wants us to believe that he is definitely not Satoshi.
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May 03, 2016, 07:24:07 PM
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he was only giving an example of how to verify a sig not provide proof of being satoshi

I think you should just look at Coblee's post (no need for the big song and dance and especially showing a bunch of console stuff that is meaningless to 99.9% of people).

This is simply typical misdirection.

And if you are so sure that this guy is Satoshi would you care to take a (say 10 BTC) bet on it?


who is Coblee, no matter lets go to the source.

http://www.drcraigwright.net/jean-paul-sartre-signing-significance/
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In the remainder of this post, I will explain the process of verifying a set of cryptographic keys.

there you have it!

are you willing to bet 10BTC that he isn't satoshi thats the question.


I bet 1 btc that he is satoshi but he gave us that stupid proof so that people thinks he is just a ridicule and we all leave him alone.Satoshi is Craig Wright but he wants us to believe that he is definitely not Satoshi.

but now that hes thought about it some more he has decied to go ahead with the full on proof no one can deny.

coming soon a TX from an early block known to be a SN address


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May 03, 2016, 07:24:34 PM
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Would the anonymous Satoshi, in Jan 2014, change a company name from something very nondescript (Moving Forward in Business LIMITED), to CO1N LTD? Makes no sense. And who is the 24 year old Ms Uyen T Nguyen?

https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/08248988/filing-history

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May 03, 2016, 07:25:33 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".

Unless Gavin is Satoshi/part of Satoshi.  Craig could be proxy or cover for someone or something else, including Gavin, Mantonis, etc.  It is clear that the evidence Gavin et al saw was totally different than what came out yesterday.  The crowd took the opportunity to bash Gavin, but probably the media deserved more criticism than it got IMHO (the media should know by now its risky to take on a Satoshi reveal article - but I guess BBC didn't get the memo (why'd they choose them anyway, why not a tech journalist or personality who would understand what was happening).  Perhaps the intent of yesterday was discredit the media and the traditional news cycle (and manipulators thereof) as a lesson (and assume yesterday was not about discrediting Gavin). 

In the alternative, perhaps w/ his tax issues, Craig needs a job and trying to demo his core dev credentials to blockstream.  <--- Joke, no ill will intended twd Blockstream.     

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May 03, 2016, 07:29:25 PM
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Move a coin?!  Huh

There's no doubt this guy is not Satoshi! How otherwise it will go that the creator of Bitcoin doesn't even know how bitcoin works?!

There are simple and assertive ways to prove yourself as Satoshi, if you are him:

- Satoshi has a known PGP Key, just sign something with it.
- Sign something using a known-to-belong to Satoshi address.

And we do know Satoshi knows how to do things the proper way, the Genesis Block is such proof, with a newspaper headline encoded on it. This guy however just goes by far fetched senseless crap, like encoded pieces on the block chain, now move coins...

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Would the anonymous Satoshi, in Jan 2014, change a company name from something very nondescript (Moving Forward in Business LIMITED), to CO1N LTD? Makes no sense. And who is the 24 year old Ms Uyen T Nguyen?

https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/08248988/filing-history

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Dave Kleiman (1967 – April 26, 2013) was a noted Forensic Computer Investigator, an author/coauthor of multiple books and a noted speaker at security related events. He died in his home in April 2013 of complications from MRSA.

For what it's worth, Dave can still vote in Chicago, mostly likely for Democrats.
Now this, this is quite interesting. So what is going on?
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May 03, 2016, 07:34:15 PM
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I am going to say this, I think the real Satoshi is paying these guys off to throw everyone off to finding him, the real satoshi, does not want to be found, there is no point for him to be found.  He is a man of humility and this is not the way he will come out.  The Japanes guy had more of a chance to be him then then Craig Wright
Nah if the real Satoshi was behind this pulling the strings he would have at least made it believable.
Looks like Gavin really got taken in by this. Why didn't he just make no comment until he had time to think it through and double check the "proof" himself, a man in his position should know never to rush big decisions.

Gavin had plenty of time for assessment, including literally rubbing shoulders with peers at the conference in NYC prior to the panel discussion where he defends his assessment up to taking questions from the audience.
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Gleb are you ale to find this InfoWorld article about Bitcoin in early 2010?

i want to know if it could be true or if the basement of Gavin Andresens involvement into Bitcoin has something to do with his visit in Australia.

EDIT: found it.

http://www.cio.com/article/2417561/innovation/7-open-source-innovations-on-the-cutting-edge.html#slide4

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Would the anonymous Satoshi, in Jan 2014, change a company name from something very nondescript (Moving Forward in Business LIMITED), to CO1N LTD? Makes no sense. And who is the 24 year old Ms Uyen T Nguyen?

https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/08248988/filing-history

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Dave Kleiman (1967 – April 26, 2013) was a noted Forensic Computer Investigator, an author/coauthor of multiple books and a noted speaker at security related events. He died in his home in April 2013 of complications from MRSA.

For what it's worth, Dave can still vote in Chicago, mostly likely for Democrats.
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May 03, 2016, 07:44:28 PM
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[...]How many "days" does he need to prepare his next magic trick? [...]How gullible can anyone be?

In two weeks™.  Grin

Would you say that Craig Steven Wright is on a good track now?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=110868.msg1207670#msg1207670

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More from the BBC  Grin

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".  



How many "days" does he need to prepare his next magic trick? I can move any of my coins in a few minutes, tops. This is ridiculous. How gullible can anyone be?

He has first to write a 10,000 words post which we will have to digest and summarize as :
- Go to https://blockchain.info/block-index/14858/000000008d9dc510f23c2657fc4f67bea30078cc05a90eb89e84cc475c080805
That's the block #9, the famous block which Satoshi used to send coins to Hal.
- Click on the address starting with 12cb..., that's Satoshi's address
- See the last transaction that happened on 2016-05-03 13:34:00 ? That's me, Craig Wrigth, who did it.
- Already 4 confirmations that I am Satoshi !



Looks like Hal is gonna have spendin' moneys on the day they thaw him out: https://blockchain.info/address/1ByLSV2gLRcuqUmfdYcpPQH8Npm8cccsFg

https://blockchain.info/tx/a3b0e9e7cddbbe78270fa4182a7675ff00b92872d8df7d14265a2b1e379a9d33

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18SH9vwx24L5cTabfkgtGMjF8A56pD9AUJ (50 BTC - Output)
15NUwyBYrZcnUgTagsm1A7M2yL2GntpuaZ (1 BTC - Output)
1ByLSV2gLRcuqUmfdYcpPQH8Npm8cccsFg (10 BTC - Output)

That's interesting! It looks like the infamous 10 BTC wasn't the first transaction. The 1 BTC was.
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