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April 24, 2019, 04:25:01 PM
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Quote from: Satoshi Nakamoto=https://medium.com


There's no way I'm reading all that but on what basis are you proclaiming Craig is Satoshi?

I think on the basis that he's delusional......

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April 24, 2019, 04:45:13 PM
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There's no way I'm reading all that but on what basis are you proclaiming Craig is Satoshi?

I think on the basis that he's delusional......
Nah! wether craig is satoshi or not the question is "does it help contribute to the market? There ain't no way that it can help after all it is the community will decide to invest in a good project or leave it behind and regret in the near future. This project is good and I am closely monitr it on the updates of this project.

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There's no way I'm reading all that but on what basis are you proclaiming Craig is Satoshi?

I think on the basis that he's delusional......
Nah! wether craig is satoshi or not the question is "does it help contribute to the market? There ain't no way that it can help after all it is the community will decide to invest in a good project or leave it behind and regret in the near future. This project is good and I am closely monitr it on the updates of this project.

If Craig has access to the Satoshi wallet, he can singlehandly crash the BTC market after 01/01/2020. It’s naive to believe the total coin marketcap supply will be 21,000,000 given all the lost bitcoin in circulation, I reckon the total suppply is closer to 10 million.

Worried about my trust rating? I am too. Bitcointalk users ‘Lauda’ and ‘gmaxwell’ have abused their superior powers in trust system to align their views with the ‘correct views.’ In no legal system in any jurisdiction do we have a definition for what Bitcoin is, they do not have the power to tell us what it is based on the rule of law.
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April 24, 2019, 09:57:55 PM
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There's no way I'm reading all that but on what basis are you proclaiming Craig is Satoshi?

I think on the basis that he's delusional......
Nah! wether craig is satoshi or not the question is "does it help contribute to the market? There ain't no way that it can help after all it is the community will decide to invest in a good project or leave it behind and regret in the near future. This project is good and I am closely monitr it on the updates of this project.

If Craig has access to the Satoshi wallet, he can singlehandly crash the BTC market after 01/01/2020. It’s naive to believe the total coin marketcap supply will be 21,000,000 given all the lost bitcoin in circulation, I reckon the total suppply is closer to 10 million.

Where did you read that it will change on 01/01/2020 ?
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There's no way I'm reading all that but on what basis are you proclaiming Craig is Satoshi?

I think on the basis that he's delusional......
Nah! wether craig is satoshi or not the question is "does it help contribute to the market? There ain't no way that it can help after all it is the community will decide to invest in a good project or leave it behind and regret in the near future. This project is good and I am closely monitr it on the updates of this project.

If Craig has access to the Satoshi wallet, he can singlehandly crash the BTC market after 01/01/2020. It’s naive to believe the total coin marketcap supply will be 21,000,000 given all the lost bitcoin in circulation, I reckon the total suppply is closer to 10 million.

Where did you read that it will change on 01/01/2020 ?

https://bitcoinexchangeguide.com/satoshi-nakamoto-grand-reveal-party-on-or-before-january-1-2020-will-a-bitcoin-btc-or-bch-swap-happen/

Worried about my trust rating? I am too. Bitcointalk users ‘Lauda’ and ‘gmaxwell’ have abused their superior powers in trust system to align their views with the ‘correct views.’ In no legal system in any jurisdiction do we have a definition for what Bitcoin is, they do not have the power to tell us what it is based on the rule of law.
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There's no way I'm reading all that but on what basis are you proclaiming Craig is Satoshi?

I think on the basis that he's delusional......
Nah! wether craig is satoshi or not the question is "does it help contribute to the market? There ain't no way that it can help after all it is the community will decide to invest in a good project or leave it behind and regret in the near future. This project is good and I am closely monitr it on the updates of this project.

If Craig has access to the Satoshi wallet, he can singlehandly crash the BTC market after 01/01/2020. It’s naive to believe the total coin marketcap supply will be 21,000,000 given all the lost bitcoin in circulation, I reckon the total suppply is closer to 10 million.

Where did you read that it will change on 01/01/2020 ?

https://bitcoinexchangeguide.com/satoshi-nakamoto-grand-reveal-party-on-or-before-january-1-2020-will-a-bitcoin-btc-or-bch-swap-happen/

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if this is true, the BSV in January will cost more than BTC

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April 25, 2019, 06:13:28 AM
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Interview with CEO of nChain, Jimmy Nguyen
https://youtu.be/4LUDVLuS9nU

and Craig Wright "Bitcoin will move to 3 Billion transaction per second"
https://youtu.be/moA7KASx3WE

"The existing Visa credit card network processes about 15 million Internet purchases per day worldwide. Bitcoin can already scale much larger than that with existing hardware for a fraction of the cost. It never really hits a scale ceiling."  Satoshi Nakamoto, April 2009          Avoiding taxes is totally legal if you consider and respect the law.
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April 25, 2019, 04:28:50 PM
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There's no way I'm reading all that but on what basis are you proclaiming Craig is Satoshi?

I think on the basis that he's delusional......
Nah! wether craig is satoshi or not the question is "does it help contribute to the market? There ain't no way that it can help after all it is the community will decide to invest in a good project or leave it behind and regret in the near future. This project is good and I am closely monitr it on the updates of this project.

Its entire value rests on Wright being Satoshi. Outside of that it's simply another altcoin with bitcoin in its name.

If u really believe ur written crap, why u posting it here? What is u want to achieve or just being destructive and trolling? 

No

BSV is the only clean chain that has no crap code seen like segshit or dsv / ctor - altcoin genes ...

And it scales like hell, that's what u fear, since only ur dumb fear drives u to troll here.

Try to spend ur time more constructive or ur live is just usless - ur choice


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April 25, 2019, 04:36:54 PM
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So how many of you bots actually believe Craig is Satoshi? If you know youre right then you have nothing to fear, as Satoshi founded this forum. Surely Satoshi wouldn't let a 'dictatoship' disallow people from acknowledging his identity on his own forum, right? Be proud about your convictions and let the world know for the record.

I believe 2/3 members of the ‘Satoshi Team’’ team are dead, kind of like this form. Are you saying you don’t believe Dave Klieman also didn’t play a role in the ‘Satoshi Team.’

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April 26, 2019, 09:54:04 AM
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BSV is a Blockchain it does not depend on a single person.
Vitalik (and others) will have to opportunity in court to prove the fraud claims. Failing to do so will cost him a bit.

In this old interview is some good old bitch slapping
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bq2rI0NtJzU&t=39m0s

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There's no way I'm reading all that but on what basis are you proclaiming Craig is Satoshi?

I think on the basis that he's delusional......
Nah! wether craig is satoshi or not the question is "does it help contribute to the market? There ain't no way that it can help after all it is the community will decide to invest in a good project or leave it behind and regret in the near future. This project is good and I am closely monitr it on the updates of this project.

Its entire value rests on Wright being Satoshi. Outside of that it's simply another altcoin with bitcoin in its name.

If u really believe ur written crap, why u posting it here? What is u want to achieve or just being destructive and trolling? 

No

BSV is the only clean chain that has no crap code seen like segshit or dsv / ctor - altcoin genes ...

And it scales like hell, that's what u fear, since only ur dumb fear drives u to troll here.

Try to spend ur time more constructive or ur live is just usless - ur choice



Wright claiming to be Satoshi is one of the most epic trolljobs in all of crypto. You and splashalot are simply perpetuating a fraud by pretending Wright is Satoshi. You are the worst trolls in crypto since Roger Ver and the bcash boys (which you were before sv)

That would require you to prove Craig is a fraud first. Again, that’s how the law works. You cannot rule on opinionated judgements in court poopytildah.

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Will be among the first to present his mea culpa when the time comes Cool
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According to a recent Medium post written by Dr. Craig Wright, who has provided certain details to being Satoshi Nakamoto, most people have Bitcoin completely wrong. He asserts that Bitcoin was never originally designed for its current purpose, but that it has received an entirely new life from those who didn’t really understand it.

Wright explains, “To some, it is easier; the myth to them becomes stronger than reality. There are many simple things that people can do and that could have been done, yet they have never been looked into. Unfortunately, the type of people who want many blockchains, sidechains, and the associated scam world of USENET penny share pink sheet dumps is also the type of people who seek something that Bitcoin is not.” They seek something else from Bitcoin because they never bothered to truly understand what Bitcoin was.

This assertion has been seen numerous times in the Bitcoin industry, as people with limited knowledge on the subject have become overnight “experts” and believe that their opinions are synonymous with fact. However, these individuals have also been called out for their myths, with the real truth being exposed.

Wright continues, “[Everyone wants] a story told by cypherpunks of a myth that cannot exist and a lie of Utopia they dream will bring equality and communist unity. The fact of the matter is: evidence is simple. They just don’t want you to see it. It doesn’t suit their false narrative.”

The Medium post is designed primarily to point out one thing—that many individuals have fallen victim to false narratives, either because of their own lack of education on a particular subject or because of their own gullibility. They haven’t bothered taking the time to explore the verifiable facts, instead choosing to jump on the bandwagon and follow the herd. That level of ignorance perpetuates the false narratives that have now become part of the Bitcoin picture, despite being completely unfounded.

As Wright puts it, “It’s all too easy to make up myths. But the facts are much simpler and far easier to support… Enjoy your myth. Reality is always more interesting.


READ MORE >>>>> https://medium.com/@craig_10243/misinformation-and-the-myth-of-satoshi-4aafdbf734b7
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Dr. Craig Wright on why Bitcoin Core is everything Bitcoin is not
Bitcoin – the original digital currency – was designed with decentralization in mind. It was meant to now be controlled by one entity or individual, such as a central bank, and put the power into the hands of all the users on the network. Bitcoin Core (BTC) may have started out adhering to that principle, but it quickly morphed into something completely different. Over the past decade, it has become more centralized, diminishing the root of its purpose. Dr. Craig Wright explains in a recent Medium post what was initially involved when he created Bitcoin and how coins such as BTC have lost their way.

To help the crypto community better understand how BTC has become more centralized, Wright developed a detailed analogy. He starts by laying the foundation, stating, “In our experiment, let us assume 1 billion people are now running and using sequential gold. We’ll call it for the experiment an alternative form of bit gold, for it’s nothing like Bitcoin. Like with Bitcoin, a core group sets the software updates and rolls out the node software.”

Protocol changes take place along one timeline in sequential gold, with no changes happing in another. Wright develops two scenarios as the system evolves. In the first, the system is completely decentralized and the discover is a serial lottery. Blocks are randomly found and it isn’t possible to predict what the next block will be. In other words, the only way to earn money through this system is by winning the lottery. Wright explains, “Let’s keep a few people happy and make one-minute blocks. This means we have approximately 525,600 blocks every year. With our collection of 1 billion people, we now expect the average person to win the lottery once every 1900 years.”

As such, there is no economic incentive to outperform anyone else, because there’s no way to increase the odds of hitting the lottery.

In the other system, there is an incentive due to its nature. It is a system that rewards those who are online more and involves a network whose protocol changes with time. Those changes can come for a number of reasons, but what has been seen with BTC is that some of the changes have been made in order to increase the incentives to certain individuals.

Wright explains, “If the protocol is allowed to evolve, as occurs with competitors to Bitcoin such as Core coin (BTC), then we have a scenario where the network fragments unless all users are running the same version.” However, by handing control over to the development team, the fragmentation can end.

This isn’t the idea solution, though. As Wright points out, by giving the developers the control, “You allow them to take control of not only the protocol but the software updates. You allow them to force you to have updated software. Once such power is granted, the power over everything in your life has been relegated to such people. It is why Bitcoin was hijacked to create (BTC) Core coin.

“A group of people with strong ties to anarchist and criminal groups seeks power. In the true sense of 1984 doublespeak, they will tell you how they’re freeing you. They will do so as they have you relegate control and give them the power to update and change the protocol. Such is the true path of BTC (Core).”

Source: https://coingeek.com/dr-craig-wright-on-why-bitcoin-core-is-everything-bitcoin-is-not/
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April 26, 2019, 01:42:51 PM
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Misinformation and the myth of Satoshi

Bitcoin is a story of myths; it was never designed for such an end, but it’s what they who have no idea of science or testing hypotheses have come to understand.


To some, it is easier; the myth to them becomes stronger than reality. There are many simple things that people can do and that could have been done, yet they have never been looked into. Unfortunately, the type of people who want many blockchains, sidechains, and the associated scam world of USENET penny share pink sheet dumps is also the type of people who seek something that Bitcoin is not.


Let us take the mythical miner of Mr Lerner’s: no analysis is actually done, it’s just a supposition. More importantly, it’s a supposition based on a false hypothesis that has never been tested. Most importantly, it’s only about making hype.

It doesn’t have any explanatory power — which, remember, is an important part of any scientific hypothesis — not claiming that there was some mythical miner out there but explaining how it occurred. There is no testing of the systems at the time. Nothing of Windows XP SP2 or Vista later on. More importantly, there is nothing explaining the difference between multiple machines on a single C-class network or ones that are remotely monitored.

When I started mining Bitcoin, it was important that many machines ran.

Remember, it was before Bitcoin had a price. What you will actually find is that the IP addresses and locations of the machines don’t match. If you start analysing how early versions of Bitcoin operate and how they operate on different platforms, you’ll start to understand the difference.

How does Windows XP SP2 vs SP3 operate?
How does Vista operate?
How does a grouping of machines differ when put on a single network class?
Has any testing actually been done of any such theories?
Does domain versus workgroup make a difference?
How about Windows time services?
All of them are valid scientific questions. None of them have been answered, nor have they even been asked. Such ignorance forms the false narrative that surrounds Bitcoin. Again, Vistomail utilised credit card payments in 2008.

Interestingly, nobody thinks to check simple facts like that. They want a story told by cypherpunks of a myth that cannot exist and a lie of Utopia they dream will bring equality and communist unity. The fact of the matter is: evidence is simple. They just don’t want you to see it. It doesn’t suit their false narrative.

Being scientific requires testing hypotheses. They don’t want that to happen. It doesn’t suit the narrative.

In 2009, I ran a number of machines in many different locations. There’s a simple reason for doing so: to stop attacks, machines needed to be powerful enough to make the network resilient. At the time, I had several public C-class networks on the public address ranges connected to the Internet. Not ISP-supplied ones, my own.

One example of addressing ranges I used includes 203.57.21.0/24. It’s not limited to that.

At the time, I owned multiple C-class addresses in both Australia and the US. If you do your homework, you’ll find out it is actually true and that I was associated with a number of domains, addresses, and more since the 90s.

It’s all too easy to make up myths.

But the facts are much simpler and far easier to support. In 2009, Bitcoin had no value. There was no market.

So, I set up lots of machines. I ran them, and I upgraded them. Some of which ended up running churches. Some became email servers. Some became domain controllers for Burnside and the Uniting Church.

If you wonder what happened to all the machines, it’s very simple… I donated them to charities.

While I was in Australia, I donated several thousand computers to those in need. I put 20 people through university. I fed people. I donated food. And every year for many years, even where I was close to not being able to buy anything let alone pay my mortgage, I put on a Christmas party and supplied food for over 100 people at a time.

Enjoy your myth. Reality is always more interesting.

READ ON: https://medium.com/@craig_10243/misinformation-and-the-myth-of-satoshi-4aafdbf734b7
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Nutildah is the dumbest person I’ve argued with on this form that’s why I always quote him to ensure the evidence is there of exactly what he says. Refuses to debate me on video and defames me daily.

Proof of pussy.

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That would require you to prove Craig is a fraud first. Again, that’s how the law works. You cannot rule on opinionated judgements in court poopytildah.

How old are you, like 10?

The burden of proof is on Craig to prove hes not a fraud.

Wanna make a bet? I bet you craiggy loses in court. If I'm right, you have to stop commenting on this thread.

If he wins, I stop commenting in this thread.



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I recommend this very informative post, as always enjoyable !


Many people in the bucket shop, sorry, “crypto currency exchange” industry want to see me gone.

The Church of the immovable Ladder
Unfortunately, at least for them, this isn’t going to happen. It’s not going to happen now. It’s not going to happen in the decade. It’s not going to happen in the next 20 years. You see, I’m here to stay. What people fail to understand is that I do not write patents covering bitcoin. What (IP) we giveaway on BSV is protected by patents that equally apply to any other system… but are no longer close to being free. The distinction is that other systems will need to pay. By the end of this year I hope that we will have around 1,000 patents published. More importantly, the initial patent families should place us in advance of any other player in the industry. You see, we don’t publish straightaway. Others do, but we don’t because that would give away what we’re doing.

So, while a few industry players are trying to learn how to swim in this pond and inventing single use limited patents and intellectual property we create new technology that will radically change everything.

In fact, I see some of the patents that we’re developing leading to thousands of applications each.

So the truth of the matter is that I am not going anywhere.

I won’t be out of this industry in 20 years time. You see I don’t intend to retire. You have no idea how much we have been doing in the background. As you have been hiding and calling me names, I’ve been building and creating. In a couple years time we will have a system that can take the entire world’s global commerce and every other blockchain and run it without missing a heartbeat. More importantly, we have ways to stop all the not so fun systems, the scams in the bucket shops. I expect them to cry, to call foul to do anything in their power to stop me but the fact is that they missed their opportunity. Bitcoin is here to stay. Real bitcoin, not the temporary fraudulent system that people try and call bitcoin (BTC) but bitcoin. You see, bitcoin is a stable protocol. If you change the protocol, you change it from being bitcoin.

Please bet against me.

Pretty pretty please. If you are someone like a Binance supporter, please bet every cent you have, and add leverage with all that you can possibly get and bet more. I want you to, because I want you to be begging on the streets with all the criminals that are going to be out of jobs. I want you to learn, criminality does not pay.

“If you trust in yourself. . .and believe in your dreams. . .and follow your star. . . you’ll still get beaten by people who spent their time working hard and learning things and weren’t so lazy.”
Terry Pratchett, The Wee Free Men
I know this seems a little bit strange for a few people, but bitcoin started in its current iteration in 2007. That is when I knew that I could create the system that we have now. By the way, that system is not the fraudulent system that some people call bitcoin that is traded as BTC. That broken busted (BTC — core) thing is nothing like bitcoin.

In 2007, there was no housing crisis yet. That came later. So you see, although everything had been set in 2007, it wasn’t until 2008 that things started to come to a head. At that stage, bitcoin was basically complete. So, I’m sorry to “burst your little bubble” but bitcoin has nothing to do with the collapse of Lehman Bros nor with the subsequent bailout. Unfortunately, that was badly timed. The reality is bitcoin is not anti-bank, it is not anti-government and in fact it is not even anti-central bank. Most importantly, it can’t be made to be.

One thing bitcoin was created for is to end the manipulation of financial systems. This was never what we see in the west but rather criminal manipulation. It was designed to ensure that Web Money, Liberty Reserve and a group of criminals associated with things such as the Russian Business Network (RBN) were the real target. In 2007, the RBN had a number of ISPs pull the plug. Others such as RX Ltd Trading a bit longer. They survived because of the growth of Liberty Reserve and associated money-laundering organisations. Bitcoin was created as a means to ensure an immutable audit trail. In time, this will be linked to logins and much more. To start, it provides an anti-money-laundering trail that cannot be altered. This is enough to ensure privacy while also ensuring that anonymity cannot exist.

The reality of bitcoin is that it creates a system that stops many of the problems we’ve had in the world. Right now, the Russian government avoids sanctions. They are building their own network but the truth of the matter is that they still rely on SWIFT. The big problem here is that SWIFT is terribly insecure and very simple to bypass. So, imagine a system that is immutable that even governments can’t bypass. One that pulls them into order. One that stops criminal activity as it can be traced, tracked and those violators brought to justice.

“SWIFT is the electronic bloodstream of the global financial system, cancelling Putin’s credit card could have far reaching consequences for the Russian economy as Iran discovered when scores of its financial institutions were expelled from SWIFT in 2012.”

Mark Dubowitz, the executive director of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies
This is the true use and benefit of bitcoin. It’s not some anarchist idea of avoiding the state or some other stupid utopia, it is a system that brings everyone into a global alignment or isolates them in the way that North Korea was isolated. In time, as capitalism throughout the world grows, the benefits of compound growth will leave countries like Iran and North Korea more and more isolated. They will stagnate and either come into the mainstream dropping their totalitarian dictatorships or wither in power allowing people to take action against their leaders.

More importantly, bitcoin also provides an immutable platform. A payment system that is honest and a means of disseminating truth. Not something like the left media from WikiLeaks that is funded by Russia and is designed purely to attack capitalism, but the truth. Not some post-Hegelianist Utopia and post-modernist anti-scientific meme but discoverable truth.

In the coming decades, technology in the West will become so cheap and so widespread that a tablet connected to the metanet will be able to be dropped over a country like North Korea cheaper than the paper drops in Vietnam. More importantly, these tablets in the future will be able to communicate directly to the people of that country in their own language. We are coming to a world where the dissemination of truth will not be stopped. Not by partisan anti-corporate and anticapitalist organisations like WikiLeaks and not by government.

Liberty Reserve was many times more decentralised than an organisation like Binance could ever hope to achieve. Liberty Reserve was connected to the Hawala network and a series of distributors and countries including Nigeria. Overall, they had over 30,000 input and exit points for Fiat currency.

They were able to get criminals on and off of the Liberty dollar or Liberty euro network through tens of thousands of distributed systems. Yet Liberty Reserve was brought down.

The truth of the matter is that criminal groups are always “centralised” in some way.

Bucket shop exchanges that are designed to manipulate markets, create wash volume and to generally facilitate frauds, always have someone behind them and those people can go to prison. Liberty Reserve was based out of Costa Rica and was outside of the treaty agreements with the USA. Yet they have been taken down. Liberty Reserve operated a distributed network of tens of thousands of Fiat input and output systems that left no logs, and yet the people involved have been put in prison.

This is why I created bitcoin. It’s not a protest against government, it’s a method that over time will replace SWIFT with something that cannot be easily bypassed by criminals or even governments.

If you ever wonder why people attack my reputation, it’s because they are the criminals and they seek to ensure that their illegal operations, bucket shops, illegal gambling, drug sales and more continue to persist. Right now, organisations involved in the “crypto currency” industry are predominantly seeking to make money through assisting and enabling money-laundering. Luckily, the nature of a blockchain is such that all of this can be used as an evidentiary trail for a long time.


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So the drastic irony here is those who have on-boarded themselves to this industry have failed to understand the purpose of bitcoin. It’s honest money. If you want to commit crime on bitcoin, a token scripted within bitcoin, a system that acts within bitcoin is a Fiat marker, then you have to understand that you have an immutable evidence trail associated with you. Those exchanges who think they can get away with trading don’t understand this very well. They are easy to take down and their assets easy to confiscate. The illicit and illegal bucket shops are about to end. The wash trading and crimes that replicate the USENET penny share schemes and pink sheet web IPOs schemes of the 90s differ in blockchain in that a record, or evidence cannot be deleted.

Welcome to law.

Welcome to court.

You’re about to find out why I created bitcoin and yes I am Satoshi Nakamoto. I created it to stop all of the global scams. I created bitcoin to start to bring order into the norm. Thank you for helping it grow and in your ignorance giving me everything I need to stop you.

In time, CZ will be gone (or in prison). These fools hate the idea of a single ledger, a single set of books, they want to have more fraud than Enron could do in a millennium.

In time, Roger Ver (Pipe bomb manufacturer > https://www.justice.gov/archive/criminal/cybercrime/press-releases/2002/verPlea.htm ) will be gone (or in prison).

And, I will be here.

This is my industry, it is my creation and I will be a part of it for as long as it exists.


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April 26, 2019, 02:02:34 PM
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That would require you to prove Craig is a fraud first. Again, that’s how the law works. You cannot rule on opinionated judgements in court poopytildah.

How old are you, like 10?

The burden of proof is on Craig to prove hes not a fraud.

Wanna make a bet? I bet you craiggy loses in court. If I'm right, you have to stop commenting on this thread.

If he wins, I stop commenting in this thread.

In Kleiman v Wright? Which exact case are you referring to?
 
Layout the terms of your bet properly mate.

Worried about my trust rating? I am too. Bitcointalk users ‘Lauda’ and ‘gmaxwell’ have abused their superior powers in trust system to align their views with the ‘correct views.’ In no legal system in any jurisdiction do we have a definition for what Bitcoin is, they do not have the power to tell us what it is based on the rule of law.
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