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July 08, 2019, 12:46:02 AM

"Umm, I don't know"



Yeah.. what a fucking scumbag scamming goofball, and seeing his actual words contributes to such impressions.
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July 08, 2019, 12:49:07 AM

I thought he was French Grin

In case you were wondering ...........

We weren't wondering.
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July 08, 2019, 12:50:12 AM
Merited by 600watt (1), HairyMaclairy (1)

I'm overall bearish on bitcoin until this trend breaks out:



It's happening, guys... IT'S HAPPENING!

1-year change:



90-days change:



...and it's not just Bitcointalk, check out CoinMarketCap's Alexa ranking:

90-days change:

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July 08, 2019, 12:58:07 AM
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I thought he was French Grin

In case you were wondering if Bitcoin was a government created scam to try and distract people from real money (physical metals), Harry Dent (a known govt asset and MSNBC-style propagandist) just spelled it out in complete black and white:

https://www.silverdoctors.com/gold/gold-news/harvard-trained-economist-bitcoin-to-32000-dow-33000-in-early-2020-and-gold-to-250-per-ounce/

No, it's not even remotely possible for gold to go to $250.  The lowest possible it can go is around $1050 from AISC/production costs.  The fact he tells this blatant lie about metals claiming gold can go to $250 while being a known government shill that simultaneously promotes Bitcoin spells it out in black and white:  Bitcoin is a govt created scam to try and distract people from real money (physical metals) and trick them into a digital only, cashless society slavery system.

Dent was telling everyone in early 2016 to stay away from bitcoin and the stock market and stay in dollars. The fact that you even quoted anything this tool says to prove any kind of point is proof that you are a complete nincompoop.
Seriously, fuck the hell off Roach.
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July 08, 2019, 12:59:22 AM

It's time (again) for a Wall Observer Meta Post!

Merit analysis based on LoyceV merit file: http://loyce.club/Merit/merit.all.txt

Total merits sent on WO:     26260
Weekly Merits sent on WO: 198

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1.fillippone             31
2.LFC_Bitcoin            25
3.LoyceV                 17
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8.micgoossens             9
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10.d_eddie                7
11.bones261               7
12.JSRAW                  7
                     


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I can provide those stats for fun, If you think they are, otherwise...




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From LoyceV files last week you had 747 merits on this thread.
This week only 745.

Yes, something strange.
Might be merited on deleted posts?
Some glitch in my table?

Hopefully this is enough to summon sir LoyceV explaining this wonkiness in my data.
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July 08, 2019, 12:59:32 AM

I like roach. He makes no sense when he posts, although I don't admire the expletives.

"It's not even remotely possible for gold to drop. It's not even remotely possible for bitcoin to go moon."

Yes he still stays here, in this forum. I don't hate gold. I even have a couple of bars. Silver too. But I don't post on any PM forums either.
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July 08, 2019, 01:07:35 AM

Spending 10BTC on a watch is madness
No, spending 10btc on towels would have been madness.
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July 08, 2019, 01:30:40 AM

Ergo French?

Relevance is not Roachenstein's impersonation's forte.
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July 08, 2019, 01:40:24 AM

"Umm, I don't know"



Yeah.. what a fucking scumbag scamming goofball, and seeing his actual words contributes to such impressions.

Ok. So what are the options in this Trial?

1) he loses and then claims he has no access to funds due to trust as stated in trial..ie nothing for plaintiffs?

2) he loses and also gets 3-4 weeks for contempt suspended and/or served? (Someone said on the thread no more than that unsure)

3) He wins the case, and blithely goes along claiming to be Satoshi?

Is there an actual chance he could lose in court and actually LOSE all his assets and/or go to Jail? Or would such a civil case not allow

extradition and/or he would easily reside in a country and just avoid it?

I just don't see any info/articles on the 'bad stuff' that will happen to him if he loses the case.

enlightenment anyone?

Brad
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July 08, 2019, 02:36:59 AM
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"Umm, I don't know"



Yeah.. what a fucking scumbag scamming goofball, and seeing his actual words contributes to such impressions.

Ok. So what are the options in this Trial?

1) he loses and then claims he has no access to funds due to trust as stated in trial..ie nothing for plaintiffs?

2) he loses and also gets 3-4 weeks for contempt suspended and/or served? (Someone said on the thread no more than that unsure)

3) He wins the case, and blithely goes along claiming to be Satoshi?

Is there an actual chance he could lose in court and actually LOSE all his assets and/or go to Jail? Or would such a civil case not allow

extradition and/or he would easily reside in a country and just avoid it?

I just don't see any info/articles on the 'bad stuff' that will happen to him if he loses the case.

enlightenment anyone?

Brad


This case is going absolutely nowhere.  

It is a claim on 1.1 million Bitcoins supposedly mined by CSW and Dave Kleiman. But the only evidence that any Bitcoins were mined at all comes from CSW.  

Dave Kleiman did not leave behind any mining gear.  

In all likelihood no Bitcoins were ever mined, or only a very small number.   Everything else is just the product of Craig’s fertile imagination.  

I have not seen a single piece of evidence which can be independently corroborated from before 2013.  In all likelihood this rubbish was just cooked up by Craig in his ATO dispute to try to confuse the ATO who was (and continues to) pursue him for tax fraud.  

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Unfortunately for us, given both sides insist that the Bitcoins exist (they almost certainly do not), there is a real risk that the judge find CSW an unreliable defendant and orders CSW to cough up the Bitcoins.  Which of course CSW cannot do even if he was so inclined.

CSW then uses this as proof he is Satoshi.
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July 08, 2019, 02:43:58 AM

"Umm, I don't know"



Yeah.. what a fucking scumbag scamming goofball, and seeing his actual words contributes to such impressions.

Ok. So what are the options in this Trial?

1) he loses and then claims he has no access to funds due to trust as stated in trial..ie nothing for plaintiffs?

2) he loses and also gets 3-4 weeks for contempt suspended and/or served? (Someone said on the thread no more than that unsure)

3) He wins the case, and blithely goes along claiming to be Satoshi?

Is there an actual chance he could lose in court and actually LOSE all his assets and/or go to Jail? Or would such a civil case not allow

extradition and/or he would easily reside in a country and just avoid it?

I just don't see any info/articles on the 'bad stuff' that will happen to him if he loses the case.

enlightenment anyone?

Brad


This case is going absolutely nowhere.  

It is a claim on 1.1 million Bitcoins supposedly mined by CSW and Dave Kleiman. But the only evidence that any Bitcoins were mined at all comes from CSW.  

Dave Kleiman did not leave behind any mining gear.  

In all likelihood, no Bitcoins were ever mined, or only a very small number.   Everything else is just the product of Craig’s fertile imagination.  

Likely you are correct, or indeed if Dave Kleiman was Satoshi and passed away that is the reason that massive Bitcoin Hoard, has not moved is..in that the keys are lost.

As being Satoshi, and maybe the majority of these keys were 'test keys' and such when Bitcoin was essentially worthless, that is the case.

Again, frigging Craig Wright will declare it a win and move on. I have to admit I'd hate the stress but he seems to make good money as the

fake Satoshi, don't ya know. Last I heard Bitcoin SV was worth over 3 Billion USD. Some of that has to be in his crooked pocket.

Would have been great to have him proved as a fake and if Dave Kleinman and Hal Finney were indeed the makers of Bitcoin, settle this once

and for all with their passing. Seems that is as big a dream as ever seeing Craig Wright suffer any real consequences for his lies. Damn, that sentence sucked!

Brad


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Just received an actual paper offer for outstanding Mt.Gox claims.

$900/BTC

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I manage an investment vehicle which has been buying Mt.Gox creditor claims.  Our investors are long-term oriented, so they are comfortable holding on until the matter is resolved in Japanese court.  I'm particularly interested in Mt. Gox because I am a cryptocurrency investor personally.  I flew out to Japan to attend the creditors meeting in March, and based on our research we've set a price for claims which we think is fair to creditors and fair to our investors.

We review each claim individually, but we are now generally able to offer $900 per BTC claim, or roughly 200% of the bankruptcy value (which was $451 per BTC claim). We can pay that in Bitcoin, or any fiat currency of your choice.  Our payment would be made within 10 business days of the claim transfer confirmation.

Based on the above, the estimated value of your claim would be $(redacted).

Please reach out if you're ready to discuss selling your claim.  We are planning to purchase claims until July 31, so please get in touch as soon as possible via email at (redacted).

Note that this is subject to the disclaimers and confidentiality provision below.

Thank you,

(redacted)
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July 08, 2019, 02:52:14 AM

Just received an actual paper offer for outstanding Mt.Gox claims.

$900/BTC

I’ll give you $901/BTC
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July 08, 2019, 02:58:15 AM

I’ll give you $901/BTC

The bid is $901

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July 08, 2019, 03:22:03 AM

Just received an actual paper offer for outstanding Mt.Gox claims.

$900/BTC

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Dear Creditor

I manage an investment vehicle which has been buying Mt.Gox creditor claims.  Our investors are long-term oriented, so they are comfortable holding on until the matter is resolved in Japanese court.  I'm particularly interested in Mt. Gox because I am a cryptocurrency investor personally.  I flew out to Japan to attend the creditors meeting in March, and based on our research we've set a price for claims which we think is fair to creditors and fair to our investors.

We review each claim individually, but we are now generally able to offer $900 per BTC claim, or roughly 200% of the bankruptcy value (which was $451 per BTC claim). We can pay that in Bitcoin, or any fiat currency of your choice.  Our payment would be made within 10 business days of the claim transfer confirmation.

Based on the above, the estimated value of your claim would be $(redacted).

Please reach out if you're ready to discuss selling your claim.  We are planning to purchase claims until July 31, so please get in touch as soon as possible via email at (redacted).

Note that this is subject to the disclaimers and confidentiality provision below.

Thank you,

(redacted)

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I’ll give you $901/BTC

The bid is $901

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July 08, 2019, 03:24:04 AM

Interesting. What is the NAV of these claims? Didn't they recover 250K BTC out of 800K?
So, you are basically entitled to roughly (2.5/8)X11.5K=$3.59K in btc
However, inept Kobayashi probably sold some at the lower price that today's.
Anyway, Fortress makes a very low offer (just 25% of the claim's fair value, and not more that 35%).
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July 08, 2019, 03:24:27 AM

whatcha think?
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July 08, 2019, 03:27:54 AM

Before I forget to tell

World news today

Bought ourselfs a new HODLnest to HODLcrash in Cheesy

Damn 3-4 months before delivery but thats fine Lets HODLsleep the rest out of the old one first Cheesy

Congratulations!!

Many good news this weekend.
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Just received an actual paper offer for outstanding Mt.Gox claims.

$900/BTC

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Dear Creditor

I manage an investment vehicle which has been buying Mt.Gox creditor claims.  Our investors are long-term oriented, so they are comfortable holding on until the matter is resolved in Japanese court.  I'm particularly interested in Mt. Gox because I am a cryptocurrency investor personally.  I flew out to Japan to attend the creditors meeting in March, and based on our research we've set a price for claims which we think is fair to creditors and fair to our investors.

We review each claim individually, but we are now generally able to offer $900 per BTC claim, or roughly 200% of the bankruptcy value (which was $451 per BTC claim). We can pay that in Bitcoin, or any fiat currency of your choice.  Our payment would be made within 10 business days of the claim transfer confirmation.

Based on the above, the estimated value of your claim would be $(redacted).

Please reach out if you're ready to discuss selling your claim.  We are planning to purchase claims until July 31, so please get in touch as soon as possible via email at (redacted).

Note that this is subject to the disclaimers and confidentiality provision below.

Thank you,

(redacted)

I think that period to do this has passed. Seems I remember right after some guy buying such stuff up, but I think it was stopped.

You sure this is not some kinda scam offer?

seems fishy to me, in that mt. gox will likely pay you back the fraction in USD at the point of the sending as usd=btc at that time.

don't get it

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