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September 20, 2018, 06:49:27 AM
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Let us stop being waiting or looking for Satoshi to be back, even if satoshi is back does it means bitcoin is on rise again? That's what I supposed to understand it. 
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September 20, 2018, 07:00:55 AM
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My personal opinion: claiming to be Satoshi and writing a book would be a good way to make a fortune. All you need is time and solid knowledge about bitcoin.
Mining needs a big investment in mining equipment, trading is risky, so why not write a book and use the name Satoshi as advertisement?
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September 23, 2018, 11:59:01 AM
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My personal opinion: claiming to be Satoshi and writing a book would be a good way to make a fortune. All you need is time and solid knowledge about bitcoin.
Mining needs a big investment in mining equipment, trading is risky, so why not write a book and use the name Satoshi as advertisement?


I've been around since before this forum, watching the bitcoin development. In my opinion people should stop idolising Satoshi whoever he/she/they might be. He was a good programmer but he was by no mean a God. If it wasn't for the help of the community Satoshi would never have been able to deploy bitcoin.
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October 06, 2018, 09:24:47 AM
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For me, I do not think the story is right, it's just another joke on the bitcoin user. If he was a man who wanted the company, property and prizes, he would make himself known for a long time how I see new coin creators exaggerate around these days. For the future of bitcoin, it will be here with us as a valuable store, people can come up with solutions faster because this is the only bitcoin weakness, but it will not deter trust. People give it four times. Why do we need the same currency? LET MAKE HAPPEN NEEDED. Everything Satoshi said was said in the protocol code.
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November 05, 2018, 12:14:43 AM
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It seems to me that this is a fake stuffing information in order to stir up interest in Bitcoin. even if he did it and who and how could know about it?
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November 05, 2018, 12:26:18 AM
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I honestly wouldn't be surprised lol. We shouldn't waste time on who is he but rather than on how we can implement his tech
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November 05, 2018, 12:33:23 AM
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it would be great news for all bitcoin enthusiasts since nothing has been heard of it since 2099

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November 05, 2018, 12:39:07 AM
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LOL, you people are turning Satoshi into a kind of Loch Ness Monster, what with all the rumours of sightings, comebacks, new chains, and what not!   Cheesy
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November 05, 2018, 07:11:54 AM
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It seems to me that this is a fake stuffing information in order to stir up interest in Bitcoin. even if he did it and who and how could know about it?

It is not a fake. Please read the history and you will know about him and his revolutionary ideas.
I hope these ideas will survive in the future.
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November 05, 2018, 07:19:00 AM
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I have read the news and i wouldn't believe that. If Satoshi Nakamura publishes a book about bitcoin or cryptocurrency he would become a best seller i am sure but i am also sure that he will not come out. I really don't know why he is hiding.. I think he scares of something or someone and hiding for not to die.
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November 12, 2018, 01:09:10 PM
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I don’t think that an actual bitcoin creator made this statement. It sounds fake, like someone just took a chance to use the famous name and get famous. Satoshi Nakomoto, whoever that might be, made the right decision not to reveal the personality and leave the project. Bitcoin is a decentralized currency so it shouldn’t have a name behind it. Why would Satoshi Nakamoto decide to disclose the identity 10 years later? It’s strange. We should focus on the technology instead of solving the puzzle of who that might be.
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In terms of Satoshi as a 'legend' and proceeding mythopoeia, you will further appreciate this type of nom de plume;

- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luther_Blissett_(nom_de_plume)

If the Satoshi name is actually taken from the (elsewhere) cited cypherpunk video game / puzzle - then we should perhaps seek to better understand this collective amalgamation / origin of ideas and sentiments.

A Zen saying to keep me 'sane' - "Do not seek to follow in the footsteps of the Masters; seek what they sought".

I've heard Craig Wright (for example) state the Bitcoin is/was not Anarchistic. Of course it is, by it's very nature, you cannot set about constructing an alternative monetary system without knowing the disruption it would potentially cause to the current status quo. We can see this demonstrated quite clearly though early Libertarian type support of Bitcoin. Hence, 'anonymity' is/was always a prerequisite.

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Here is a great example of this established mindset experience of an original cypherpunk, although I think we can safely assert that Satoshi Nakamoto is not Joey Allegra ...

The Money Machine
- https://moxie.org/stories/money-machine/

The amount of research there is out there on this subject is truly dizzying, even within this forum itself.

Has anyone ever accused you of being Satoshi? If not, please allow me the honor of being the first!  Cheesy

Actually, I think you are possibly the first individual to ask me this directly.

I'm not Satoshi. I've just been around since early 2010 and I fall into this category: http://gavinandresen.ninja/not-as-many-as-you-think

I'm a truly random person to the Bitcoin project and thus my messages with Satoshi were equally so. Perhaps I gained some insights that others did not in this regard.

"20/20 visions and murals with metaphors" ... ?

- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9LG7wo82ivs

- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSGDEmS10yc

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December 05, 2018, 01:06:18 PM
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Has anyone ever accused you of being Satoshi? If not, please allow me the honor of being the first!  Cheesy

Actually, I think you are possibly the first individual to ask me this directly.

I'm not Satoshi. I've just been around since early 2010 and I fall into this category: http://gavinandresen.ninja/not-as-many-as-you-think

I'm a truly random person to the Bitcoin project and thus my messages with Satoshi were equally so. Perhaps I gained some insights that others did not in this regard.

I would say probably so as you were there as it was happening... your perspective on how things went down is different from people who can only absorb his conversations years afterward.

What's your take on his current "reappearance," referring to the new post on the P2P Foundation page? Probably meaningless, right?

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Has anyone ever accused you of being Satoshi? If not, please allow me the honor of being the first!  Cheesy

Actually, I think you are possibly the first individual to ask me this directly.

I'm not Satoshi. I've just been around since early 2010 and I fall into this category: http://gavinandresen.ninja/not-as-many-as-you-think

I'm a truly random person to the Bitcoin project and thus my messages with Satoshi were equally so. Perhaps I gained some insights that others did not in this regard.

I would say probably so as you were there as it was happening... your perspective on how things went down is different from people who can only absorb his conversations years afterward.

What's your take on his current "reappearance," referring to the new post on the P2P Foundation page? Probably meaningless, right?

Satoshi's email address for that P2P Foundation page / account is assumed compromised in 2014 ...

He (Theymos) suggests in that thread that the GMX address may have expired and been re registered, but there's no evidence to suggest that that's possible. I've had many GMX addresses over the years and don't think it is.

GMX is a total shitshow. In the aftermath of the satoshin@gmx.com hack, it was determined that GMX allowed/allows you to grab most accounts by merely brute-forcing the birthday -- this is the method that was probably used. Once that incident grabbed headlines, GMX disabled the account for a while, but someone was able to hack or register it again later. It's probably passed through several hands since then, nobody able to hold onto it for long because GMX is so full of holes. Never use GMX.

The P2Pfoundation account is already well-known to be hacked: it posted the "Your dox, passwords and IP addresses are being sold on the darknet" thing a while ago, though that post is now deleted. I kinda suspect that CSW doesn't actually control it, though, and is just trying to play along with "nour" like the idiot conman he is.

I'm currently undecided if the "nour" post has any relevance to anything Bitcoin or Satoshi, although I did find this ...

- http://p2pfoundation.ning.com/profile/0ye0gncqg772o

- http://0ye0gncqg772o.com/

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December 05, 2018, 04:04:38 PM
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What intrigues me is how are we going to know who Satoshi really is? he had remained quite anonymous for most of the time, and if we don't really know his identity how we can identify it, it could have been anyone with access to his account, although that's also hard to do.

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I'm currently undecided if the "nour" post has any relevance to anything Bitcoin or Satoshi, although I did find this ...

- http://p2pfoundation.ning.com/profile/0ye0gncqg772o

- http://0ye0gncqg772o.com/

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I'm willing to bet "Satoshi" is going to come down on the side of Bitcoin SV... Just my hunch from what I've gathered so far. I also wonder what the significance was of adding his Brazilian/Japanese friend...

(ps: I don't believe any of this actually has to do with Real Satoshi)

Will be interesting to see what kind of publicity stunt this will be used for in 26 days.

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I'm currently undecided if the "nour" post has any relevance to anything Bitcoin or Satoshi, although I did find this ...

- http://p2pfoundation.ning.com/profile/0ye0gncqg772o

- http://0ye0gncqg772o.com/

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I'm willing to bet "Satoshi" is going to come down on the side of Bitcoin SV... Just my hunch from what I've gathered so far. I also wonder what the significance was of adding his Brazilian/Japanese friend...

(ps: I don't believe any of this actually has to do with Real Satoshi)

Will be interesting to see what kind of publicity stunt this will be used for in 26 days.

A Satoshi is still anonymous to me, and it has nothing to do with Satoshi's real (Bitcoin SV). I think it's an invention that wants to develop in crypto, there are still many difficult to accept this, Satoshi is still anonymous.

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December 05, 2018, 04:43:16 PM
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I'm willing to bet "Satoshi" is going to come down on the side of Bitcoin SV... Just my hunch from what I've gathered so far. I also wonder what the significance was of adding his Brazilian/Japanese friend...

(ps: I don't believe any of this actually has to do with Real Satoshi)

Will be interesting to see what kind of publicity stunt this will be used for in 26 days.

A Satoshi is still anonymous to me, and it has nothing to do with Satoshi's real (Bitcoin SV). I think it's an invention that wants to develop in crypto, there are still many difficult to accept this, Satoshi is still anonymous.

Right, he's not Craig Wright, but Craig Wright may have very well paid for access to the GMX address, P2P Foundation profile and @satoshi twitter handle in order to advance the narrative that he IS Satoshi to promote his dying fork of a fork.

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December 05, 2018, 04:44:43 PM
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What intrigues me is how are we going to know who Satoshi really is? he had remained quite anonymous for most of the time, and if we don't really know his identity how we can identify it, it could have been anyone with access to his account, although that's also hard to do.

Satoshi could Sign and Verify messages from early blocks and/or Bitcoin Addresses (for example the Satoshi / Hal Finney transaction and/or the Genesis Block) ...

I recently signed a message from early blocks that I mined in 2010 ...

- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4575874.msg41842581#msg41842581   Cry

Bitcoin is Financial Cryptography i.e. ... Don't trust. Sign and Verify. Not your keys, not your coins etc.,

Satoshi might also sign various PGP keys / messages in this regard, as further 'proof'.

I'd also like to think that some of the original Bitcoin folks (the ones with remaining integrity) would also be able to say, with a very high degree of certainty, that Satoshi is Satoshi, in this regard.

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I recently signed a message from early blocks that I mined in 2010 ...

- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4575874.msg41842581#msg41842581   Cry


Wow that's pretty cool. Can't believe I didn't see that earlier. I tested it and it checks out.

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