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August 14, 2018, 09:34:38 PM
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The first time I stumbled across satoshi nakamoto's whitepaper was in summer 2017.
Since then, I've been a constant believer that satoshi's mouse click on 3jan2009 had the effects of the "big bang" on modern technology.


On Saturday 11 2018, late at night, a person [who operates "gabyhajjar" account on bitcointalk.org] and his friend [unnamed] silently memorized the private key of the following bitcoin address: 1PDiYMaed2eoj5e8jyxMEN2kK1xCSHjFiU by looking at a paper wallet generated using an offline version of bitaddress.org running on an isolated pc and printed on a local printer.
This private key was then imported to gabyhajjar blockchain.info account, then the paper was shredded into pieces before even waiting for the verification of the current block on the global bitcoin network.
The bitcoin is now running strong, strong enough to make such an assumption safely.

gabyhajjar's friend currently operates a bitmex.com account and his public user contains the following three characters "wix" in the specified order.

The current president of the United States of America is Donald J. Trump.
Apple has already crossed the 1 trillion USD market cap.
Bitcoin is around 6000$, it is conserving a constant logarithmic adoption trend.

Trust is the key to the new world order; Thank you for creating this community. I hope I can contribute constructively.
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August 14, 2018, 09:39:58 PM
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Why memorize the private key right before sweeping (I don't think you used import) it?

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Memorizing the private key is one of the safest ways to store private keys. The problem with this is that it can't be extracted once the memorizing person is deceased.
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