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November 05, 2013, 02:53:06 PM
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ok i think the OP wanted something like this:

The year is 2023, bitcoin price fluctuations are a thing of the past.  Sure the price will move up or down vs. the USD by a few hundred dollars each day, but with 1 btc being normalized to over $50k USD, the price fluctuations are fractions of a %. ...

...This announcement was followed by a 1M coin transaction - the largest the network had ever seen - placed into a cryptographically secured multi-factor wallet controlled by 7 humans.  Richard Dawkins leads the group.  The message attached to this transaction was simple yet powerful:  "Hack Politics."  

The whitepaper that followed explained it all.  It was a geopolitical blueprint illustrating each countries injustices and how best to seize political power bloodlessly.  Once installed there were instruction to set up "BitVote," an extremely secure and unhackable voting program that all citizens could use from their homes.  It was real-time, issues would change as the minds of the governed changed.  It incorporated a unique iris-distance anonymous login system that ensured unique votes and no personal information tracked.  The governments of Australia and Germany installed the software immediately - and I don't mean there needed to be any central software - merely the laws were quickly passed to use the public, decentralized BitVote ledger as the public poll.  The BitVote BlockChain recorded every politician's every vote, easily searchable on BitVoteChain.info.

Politics in almost every country changed within a few years.  Full transparency was the world-norm.  2025 saw Jullian Assange allowed to leave the Ecuadorian embassy, also achieving a Guinness award for longest continuous stay in a 400sq ft apartment.  The President of Pakistan, 27 year old Malala Yousafzai cheered the end of tyranny as she was inaugurated.

Satoshi had changed the world.  The world tried to give thanks, but it would never know which entity to thank.  The man [the top 2020's era Satoshists believe it to be only one man and not a female] that would forever be known as Satoshi makes only one last transaction, a single satoshi sent to his first bitcoin address

"All will be revealed"

fin

This was fucking epic dude. Esp. the "hack politics" bit.
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November 05, 2013, 03:34:39 PM
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ok i think the OP wanted something like this:

The year is 2023, bitcoin price fluctuations are a thing of the past.  Sure the price will move up or down vs. the USD by a few hundred dollars each day, but with 1 btc being normalized to over $50k USD, the price fluctuations are fractions of a %. ...

...This announcement was followed by a 1M coin transaction - the largest the network had ever seen - placed into a cryptographically secured multi-factor wallet controlled by 7 humans.  Richard Dawkins leads the group.  The message attached to this transaction was simple yet powerful:  "Hack Politics."  

The whitepaper that followed explained it all.  It was a geopolitical blueprint illustrating each countries injustices and how best to seize political power bloodlessly.  Once installed there were instruction to set up "BitVote," an extremely secure and unhackable voting program that all citizens could use from their homes.  It was real-time, issues would change as the minds of the governed changed.  It incorporated a unique iris-distance anonymous login system that ensured unique votes and no personal information tracked.  The governments of Australia and Germany installed the software immediately - and I don't mean there needed to be any central software - merely the laws were quickly passed to use the public, decentralized BitVote ledger as the public poll.  The BitVote BlockChain recorded every politician's every vote, easily searchable on BitVoteChain.info.

Politics in almost every country changed within a few years.  Full transparency was the world-norm.  2025 saw Jullian Assange allowed to leave the Ecuadorian embassy, also achieving a Guinness award for longest continuous stay in a 400sq ft apartment.  The President of Pakistan, 27 year old Malala Yousafzai cheered the end of tyranny as she was inaugurated.

Satoshi had changed the world.  The world tried to give thanks, but it would never know which entity to thank.  The man [the top 2020's era Satoshists believe it to be only one man and not a female] that would forever be known as Satoshi makes only one last transaction, a single satoshi sent to his first bitcoin address

"All will be revealed"

fin

This was fucking epic dude. Esp. the "hack politics" bit.


best post of the week! this should be made a series !
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November 05, 2013, 06:01:30 PM
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ok i think the OP wanted something like this:

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November 05, 2013, 06:11:41 PM
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Exactly the sort of thing I was hoping for  Wink

That was awesome.
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