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January 28, 2017, 08:17:15 PM
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I am not denying nor supporting this thesis. But I find it is very convenient to call Nash creator of BTC, since he is unfortunately dead.
So there is no way for him to deny or confirm this revelation defectively making him a great candidate to force Satoshi title on him.
Until real Satoshi will reveal himself one day, Nash may be "Tier 1" candidate along with: Adam Back ,Charles Bry, David Chaum
Michael Clear, Wei Dai, Hal Finney, Neal J. King, Martti Malmi, Shinichi Mochizuki, Tatsuaki Okamoto, Vladimir Oksman and Nick Szabo.
 
Did you read the article, or listen to my annotations, or just ignored them and came to spew ignorance.?
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January 28, 2017, 08:28:04 PM
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john nash although a maths genius, had other mental issues. which got worse.
he suffered medical problems too.
although he done the occassional 1 hour talks.. he lacked the attention span and abilities to have created bitcoin

i do laugh at how trainwreck is now backtracking to say he "influenced" satoshi, and was not actually satoshi..

anyway trainwreck. have a good night. you cannot provide any proof and you are just repeating yourself now about how we cannot be clicking your clickbait if we are not agreeing with your failed attempts of showing proof he created bitcoin.

your clickbait contains nothing of substance.

trainwrecks mindset
there was a caveman who was smartr then his peers. he mad fire.. every other living thing bowed down to him in shock of his brilliance and power.

later
someone produced a combustion engine car.
common sense if it involves combustion then it must have some underlying understanding of fire..
a few people years ago harp on about was the combustion engine enspired by the caveman inventing fire..

later

trainwreck makes a statement
"cave men created the car"
followed by
"i am the first person to blah blah blah, click my link give me fame click my link.. i need fame, i need glory, click my link"

"if you dont bow down and give me glory you didnt click my link, so click my link, click my link give me fame click my link"



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January 28, 2017, 08:30:24 PM
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He no doubt "created" Bitcoin in the sense, that he formulated the theory that inspired satoshi.

Satoshi was definitely not Nash, no way. Nash wasnt really into practical things and also not a coder.

However Satoshi probably read Nash's work, and got inspired by it.

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January 28, 2017, 08:34:30 PM
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I have seen over 5 threads recently with people claiming different names as being "the Bitcoin creators". No matter if that person is a math genius, a genius coder or anything else, unless he shows evidence there is no way you can find out who that person really was. Maybe he is someone VERY smart, a genius that nobody knows about.. And I personally think he will never reveal himself (unless after death he's found to be the one) for security reasons.

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January 28, 2017, 08:39:22 PM
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I have seen over 5 threads recently with people claiming different names as being "the Bitcoin creators". No matter if that person is a math genius, a genius coder or anything else, unless he shows evidence there is no way you can find out who that person really was. Maybe he is someone VERY smart, a genius that nobody knows about.. And I personally think he will never reveal himself (unless after death he's found to be the one) for security reasons.

Quite frankly there is no way to prove who is satoshi, if he lost the private keys.

Even if satoshi would come out now, and say that he is satoshi, if there is no proof, then his whole "satoshi" identity is impossible to prove.

So I think this is one of the reasons why he doesnt want to come out ,because he cant prove himself anyway.

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January 28, 2017, 08:48:30 PM
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john nash although a maths genius, had other mental issues. which got worse.
he suffered medical problems too.
although he done the occassional 1 hour talks.. he lacked the attention span and abilities to have created bitcoin

i do laugh at how trainwreck is now backtracking to say he "influenced" satoshi, and was not actually satoshi..

anyway trainwreck. have a good night. you cannot provide any proof and you are just repeating yourself now about how we cannot be clicking your clickbait if we are not agreeing with your failed attempts of showing proof he created bitcoin.

your clickbait contains nothing of substance.


This person is an ignorant piece of shit commenting on things they know absolutely nothing about and have absolutely no capacity to understand. Get the fuck out of this thread you fucking troll piece of shit of a person.
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January 28, 2017, 08:49:07 PM
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He no doubt "created" Bitcoin in the sense, that he formulated the theory that inspired satoshi.

Satoshi was definitely not Nash, no way. Nash wasnt really into practical things and also not a coder.

However Satoshi probably read Nash's work, and got inspired by it.
You better have at least read the article before you put your nose in my shit.
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January 29, 2017, 01:39:58 AM
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as it just seems like there is an ulterior motive for this trainwreck to be so desperate to get people to follow and applaud him. it just seems too desperate to just be about medium.com clickbait

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January 29, 2017, 02:08:49 AM
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john nash was a maths guy not a code guy... keep trying though

I am not saying that John Nash is Satoshi but for the sake of discussion, was it not shown in the early versions of Bitcoin that the code was not really that good? The "developer", Satoshi, probably was not a good coder or might not even be a professional coder. He might really be a math guy who learned to code then created Bitcoin.

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January 29, 2017, 03:48:31 AM
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as it just seems like there is an ulterior motive for this trainwreck to be so desperate to get people to follow and applaud him. it just seems too desperate to just be about medium.com clickbait
Normally I would think you are a troll, but in this case I actually think you are this stupid.
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January 29, 2017, 06:54:57 AM
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john nash was a maths guy not a code guy... keep trying though

The foundation of computation as we know it came from Alan Turing with his Turing Machine, and he was a mathematician. Some of the older computer science instructors at universities are were mathematics majors because there was no CS majors in their time

I wouldn't put it over a mathematician
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January 29, 2017, 07:44:44 AM
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I am not denying nor supporting this thesis. But I find it is very convenient to call Nash creator of BTC, since he is unfortunately dead.
So there is no way for him to deny or confirm this revelation defectively making him a great candidate to force Satoshi title on him.
Until real Satoshi will reveal himself one day, Nash may be "Tier 1" candidate along with: Adam Back ,Charles Bry, David Chaum
Michael Clear, Wei Dai, Hal Finney, Neal J. King, Martti Malmi, Shinichi Mochizuki, Tatsuaki Okamoto, Vladimir Oksman and Nick Szabo.
 
Did you read the article, or listen to my annotations, or just ignored them and came to spew ignorance.?

there is no need to listen or read anything, if he really created it, just sign the correct block with signature, and we all we will accept it at that point

everything else is just bullshit to ride the notoriety
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January 29, 2017, 08:11:58 AM
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I do not care so much, I just care who operates BTC

Im agree with you. it isn't important thing. I think, it is more important than who create this. John Nash must be beyond "name"
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January 29, 2017, 08:52:15 AM
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I have seen over 5 threads recently with people claiming different names as being "the Bitcoin creators". No matter if that person is a math genius, a genius coder or anything else, unless he shows evidence there is no way you can find out who that person really was. Maybe he is someone VERY smart, a genius that nobody knows about.. And I personally think he will never reveal himself (unless after death he's found to be the one) for security reasons.

I think it was Satoshi who created the bitcoin and he named bitcoin smallest unit Satoshi under his name. Thats the most antithetic information i have heard across the internet. Rest all John Nash etc are just not look real and are false as everyone tries to claim himself as if he is the founder of this great invention.

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January 29, 2017, 08:53:02 AM
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I just finished reading everything OP wanted us to read and here is what I've got:

2^100 = 1,267,650,600,228,229,401,496,703,205,376.

Now give me my Nobel prize! Cheesy because I'm him>Satoshi.


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January 29, 2017, 09:30:23 AM
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I am not denying nor supporting this thesis. But I find it is very convenient to call Nash creator of BTC, since he is unfortunately dead.
So there is no way for him to deny or confirm this revelation defectively making him a great candidate to force Satoshi title on him.
Until real Satoshi will reveal himself one day, Nash may be "Tier 1" candidate along with: Adam Back ,Charles Bry, David Chaum
Michael Clear, Wei Dai, Hal Finney, Neal J. King, Martti Malmi, Shinichi Mochizuki, Tatsuaki Okamoto, Vladimir Oksman and Nick Szabo.
 
Did you read the article, or listen to my annotations, or just ignored them and came to spew ignorance.?

there is no need to listen or read anything, if he really created it, just sign the correct block with signature, and we all we will accept it at that point

everything else is just bullshit to ride the notoriety

Sadly if it is true that John Nash is the real SN then he cannot sign it from the other world.  Anyway, I do not care about who satoshi is, why would I waste my time researching who he is. 

I do not care so much, I just care who operates BTC

I would care much for this.  Satoshi was the past, so let us leave it as that unless someone just moved that Satoshi's Address or announced a sign message from that address then there is no doubt on that.

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January 29, 2017, 11:17:33 AM
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I think it was Satoshi who created the bitcoin and he named bitcoin smallest unit Satoshi under his name. Thats the most antithetic information i have heard across the internet.

actually satoshi made bitcoin but it wasnt until later that
0.00000001 got 'branded' a satoshi and
0.0000001 got branded a hal

in honor of satoshi and hal, by the community in 2011

then much later
0.000001 got branded a bit
and people even now are trying to give nick names to the other decimal points

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January 29, 2017, 11:43:34 AM
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Even if satoshi would come out now, and say that he is satoshi, if there is no proof, then his whole "satoshi" identity is impossible to prove.
also Satoshi can post something under his account here
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January 29, 2017, 12:03:24 PM
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I am not denying nor supporting this thesis. But I find it is very convenient to call Nash creator of BTC, since he is unfortunately dead.
So there is no way for him to deny or confirm this revelation defectively making him a great candidate to force Satoshi title on him.
Until real Satoshi will reveal himself one day, Nash may be "Tier 1" candidate along with: Adam Back ,Charles Bry, David Chaum
Michael Clear, Wei Dai, Hal Finney, Neal J. King, Martti Malmi, Shinichi Mochizuki, Tatsuaki Okamoto, Vladimir Oksman and Nick Szabo.
 
Did you read the article, or listen to my annotations, or just ignored them and came to spew ignorance.?

there is no need to listen or read anything, if he really created it, just sign the correct block with signature, and we all we will accept it at that point

everything else is just bullshit to ride the notoriety
this isn't proof of satoshi, idiot.
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January 29, 2017, 12:56:03 PM
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Even if this article was true I don't see its relevance today because Nash has passed and I don't think this will be the last person who might claim or might be labeled Satoshi until the real Satoshi comes out with some hardcore evidence so for me it's irrelevant at this stage because Bitcoin has already come to stay.

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