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August 27, 2019, 03:59:28 AM
Last edit: August 27, 2019, 05:04:16 AM by Anarcocapitalista
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So he now has to prove the tulip trust does not exist or pay half?

https://modernconsensus.com/cryptocurrencies/bitcoin/exclusive-interview-with-craig-wright-just-after-ordered-to-pay-5-billion-in-bitcoin/

https://twitter.com/ToolFreeCrypto/status/1166191383683719168?s=20
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August 27, 2019, 05:08:50 AM
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unlimited data entry storage

Just like Satoshi intended.  Roll Eyes



You're right, Satoshi intended for Raspberry pi's, not the data centers as he literally wrote about in the thesis whitepaper.  Roll Eyes

There's literally zero mentions of the term "data center" in the white paper. I guess you meant to use the word "literally" in the figurative sense.

A Raspberry Pi is simply a hardware device designed specifically to run a node. It has nothing to do with changing the core philosophy of bitcoin, unlike Wright's mission to change it from being a "Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System" to an "unlimited data entry storage system." The only reason Wright did this is because there's already a big block experiment out there and it fails to utilize the extra space.

As far as the lawsuit outcome is concerned, this is the appropriate response. From Peter Todd:

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The interesting part isn't the judge ruling against Craig Wright.

The interesting part will be when Craig fails to pay up because he never had any of those BTC.

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August 27, 2019, 06:20:03 AM
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No trust. No money. This trust was set up by Dave. So they lost the keys or had to setup the courier...

Lets see. Its at least 40% tax to be payed IFF they take it despite the btc could be moved. What a risk...

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August 27, 2019, 07:17:46 AM
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No trust. No money. This trust was set up by Dave. So they lost the keys or had to setup the courier...

What an amazing coincidence that the end result is the exact same as if there was no trust and Craig had never mined any bitcoin at all.

Lets see. Its at least 40% tax to be payed IFF they take it despite the btc could be moved. What a risk...

40% of 0 is 0. Risk to BTC = 0. Risk to BSV of Craig being determined a liar in court = priceless.

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August 27, 2019, 07:20:47 AM
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No trust. No money. This trust was set up by Dave. So they lost the keys or had to setup the courier...

What an amazing coincidence that the end result is the exact same as if there was no trust and Craig had never mined any bitcoin at all.

Lets see. Its at least 40% tax to be payed IFF they take it despite the btc could be moved. What a risk...

40% of 0 is 0. Risk to BTC = 0. Risk to BSV of Craig being determined a liar in court = priceless.

U live in a dream Boy - things are movin on

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August 27, 2019, 08:18:46 AM
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long time of deposits on the exchanges (2 hours at best) - on the one hand, it is bad, in parts it is unrealistic to sell, but entirely can not send on the exchange, it is risky. And on the other hand, it is good, few sellers therefore, and it is a shortage of supply and the price will rise
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August 27, 2019, 12:53:09 PM
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https://sv.coin.dance/blocks

Bitcoin SV 7.4% more profitable to mine today compared to BTC (August 27th - 12:53) GMT.

The narrative is, we dont know whether Craig HAS the coins (1.1 Million BTC). But if he does he has to give 50% to Klieman (Only BTC).

Craig Claims he does (Doesn't show proof)

Peter Todd says he doesn't (Doesn't show proof).  

Facts are facts.

We shall wait.

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https://sv.coin.dance/blocks

Bitcoin SV 7.4% more profitable to mine today compared to BTC (August 27th - 12:53) GMT.

The narrative is, we dont know whether Craig HAS the coins (1.1 Million BTC). But if he does he has to give 50% to Klieman (Only BTC).

Craig Claims he does (Doesn't show proof)

Peter Todd says he doesn't (Doesn't show proof).  

Facts are facts.

We shall wait.



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https://sv.coin.dance/blocks

Bitcoin SV 7.4% more profitable to mine today compared to BTC (August 27th - 12:53) GMT.

The narrative is, we dont know whether Craig HAS the coins (1.1 Million BTC). But if he does he has to give 50% to Klieman (Only BTC).

Craig Claims he does (Doesn't show proof)

Peter Todd says he doesn't (Doesn't show proof).  

Facts are facts.

We shall wait.





I stand corrected, can you please send me a link to the transcript?
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August 27, 2019, 03:02:08 PM
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The miners are leaving the network, one pool represents 44% of the total hashrate which is highly dangerous for a 51% attack.



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CoinGeek is Calvin Ayres mining pool. The majority of his hashrate is mining BTC which he converts into BSV as he made public. He is one of the Biggest Bitcoin miners in the world and one of the biggest Bitcoin SV supporters. Why would he 51% attack his own investment?  Huh
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August 27, 2019, 03:38:28 PM
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I stand corrected, can you please send me a link to the transcript?

https://edoc.pub/kleiman-lawsuit-amended-complaint-pdf-free.html

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August 27, 2019, 04:16:53 PM
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DOGE has 100% at one pool https://blockchair.com/dogecoin/charts/hashrate-distribution

BCH 53%

DASH 56%

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So you call "unknown" as being a pool ?? Grin Grin

BCH 53%

DASH 56%



BCH is dying, don't care about DASH.
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He's written 7,500 posts. Each one is dumber than the last.

BCH 53%

DASH 56%

BCH is dying, don't care about DASH.

Biggest BCH pool is AntPool at 11.81%.  https://cash.coin.dance/blocks/today
Biggest DASH pool is also AntPool at 42.2% https://miningpoolstats.stream/dash

Don't know what he's looking at, that website won't load where I am, but whatever it is, its wrong.

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August 27, 2019, 04:59:56 PM
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OH f*ck, I hadn't checked DASH. So he really rakes "unkown" for pools.  Grin Grin Grin Grin

Shilling BSV really leads to serious brain damage.
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August 27, 2019, 05:44:50 PM
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i really dont understand why people is so angry with craig , if he was one of the first with bitcoin  in the team with satoshi nakamoto. may be true the he is satoshi, by the way he is the second man of btc
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He's written 7,500 posts. Each one is dumber than the last.

long time ago I have written that Satoshi is a group of three people, the court confirmed it today https://modernconsensus.com/cryptocurrencies/bitcoin/exclusive-interview-with-craig-wright-just-after-ordered-to-pay-5-billion-in-bitcoin/
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i really dont understand why people is so angry with craig , if he was one of the first with bitcoin  in the team with satoshi nakamoto. may be true the he is satoshi, by the way he is the second man of btc

DYOR, read the thread.
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https://www.courtlistener.com/docket/6309656/277/kleiman-v-wright/













https://www.theblockcrypto.com/2019/08/27/federal-judge-enters-case-ending-order-against-craig-wright-finding-fraud-obstrcution-and-perjury/

In short, this opinion speaks for itself — we learn that Craig Wright is, in the eyes of this federal magistrate judge, a liar, and that there is “clear and convincing evidence that Dr. Wright’s non-compliance with the Court’s Orders is willful and in bad faith.” He lost this case because he lied. That’s the bottom line.


"Welcome to Law" I guess and it seems Ira is owed a chunk of BSV as well lads.....

Have a nice day.

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