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May 21, 2019, 08:14:24 PM
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Bitcoin SV price soars on Craig Wright’s Bitcoin copyright approval
The sudden announcement that Dr. Craig Wright has received the copyright for the original Bitcoin whitepaper has already had stunning affects. The market, now starting to recognize that Wright is indeed Satoshi Nakamoto, has responded quickly and Bitcoin SV (BSV) has skyrocketed in price.

According to CoinGecko, BSV more than doubled in price, jumping from $61.80 to $125.41 in the hour after the news was made public. On Bitfinex, it climbed as high as $136 before leveling off, now floating between $112 and $125.

The May 21 2019 revelation that Wright has gained the Copyright, not just for the Bitcoin whitepaper, but the original Bitcoin code as well, helps solidify what he’s been trying to tell everyone for years: he created Bitcoin.

Not only that, but it now gives him more credibility in the public eye when he advocates for the original vision for the digital currency, as a scalable and stable protocol that can grow to be the world’s new money, and provide utility as the world’s new data network. It’s been reborn to do that as BSV.

This jump in price could still be just a fraction of what’s possible. Binance and Kraken no longer offer BSV trading pairs, and users who exclusively use those exchanges who want to get in on this new surge of optimism for the real Bitcoin will need to shift their funds before they can trade for the currency. That may take some time, possibly allowing BSV to see another sudden rise in price once they can get their funds in place.

The sudden increase in price will be a welcome sight for early BSV adopters, but they know this is just a happy side effect of their investment. The real plan for BSV is to continue scaling the blockchain massively, with an increase in block size coming in July, allowing for greater use by businesses and enterprises. Those companies, looking for a block size that is ready for real world, practical uses, have the utility, and stability of BSV as their best and only option for real world applications.

As more court cases get settled in Wright’s favor, and the real decision makers of the world recognize what he’s built in his vision for Bitcoin, expect BSV to continue to soar.

That may happen once again after Wright sits down for a Fireside chat with Bitcoin Association Founding President Jimmy Nguyen. The two will chat at the CoinGeek Toronto scaling conference later this month. It’s a must attend event, as the two are expected to discuss the history of Bitcoin, and many revelations may be made.

From: https://coingeek.com/bitcoin-sv-price-soars-on-craig-wrights-bitcoin-copyright-approval/


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The Creator is the one who registered first, and Craig Wright did as I advised  Wink

https://twitter.com/Aleksan00743929/status/1130833092367736833

It's not. It's, by law the registration of a claim.

no one will can prove the claim because no less close people to the creation of bitcoin have already left our world

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The Creator is the one who registered first, and Craig Wright did as I advised  Wink

https://twitter.com/Aleksan00743929/status/1130833092367736833

It's not. It's, by law the registration of a claim.

no one will can prove the claim because no less close people to the creation of bitcoin have already left our world

It was granted with proper proof.

U need to do the same to compete, so what proof anyone else might deliver?

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Satoshi is the one who first recieved a patent for this name, it is not even necessary to be the Creator of bitcoin. I advised them to get a patent for large blocks, but they decided to just take a larger Smiley




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If he was Satoshi then we would not need to fork and create Bitcoin SV because he would have done it from the start in the original Bitcoin whitepaper what he thinks it is the true satoshi vision. Simple as that.

Your ignorance is showing. The SegWit Omnibus Changeset that Core forced upon Bitcoin was the single biggest technical change ever to happen to the Bitcoin protocol.

The SV protocol has far more in common with the original Bitcoin protocol than does the current BTC protocol.

It was Core that forked. Bitcoin Cash was necessary to save the original Bitcoin protocol from The SegWit Omnibus Changeset. The subsequent SV fork was necessary to again save the original Bitcoin protocol from the aberrations foisted upon it by Sechet.

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 from he took away the name of BTC due to a large hashrate, then from he took away the name of BCH in the same way. Recently, Bitmain again attached to it large power, but then turned off, apparently fearing the upcoming patent

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.... upcoming patent
He has over 700 patent applications launched so far, one or two granted, none for Bitcoin.

In other news
~1GB block. World record on #BSV testnet. (broke the testnet, all block explorer's broke)
https://twitter.com/AzhellTom/status/1130979798451404801?s=19



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Now a 1.42GB block and the on after found only 4.5 minutes later
This is halve of what visa manages, already possible on testnet
https://stn.satoshi.io/block-height/11902

 

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Dr. Craig Wright and Jimmy Nguyen discuss Bitcoin whitepaper copyright

The United States Copyright Office has issued Dr. Craig Steven Wright a the copyright registration for the original Bitcoin whitepaper, which Dr. Wright originally posted online in 2008 under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto.

The copyright registration was issued after the examiner at the U.S. Copyright Office was aware that the Bitcoin white paper was a “famous work” with questions about who was Satoshi Nakamoto, and only after Dr. Wright confirmed he was author of the seminal paper which started the Bitcoin revolution.

In addition to the original Bitcoin whitepaper, the U.S. Copyright Office also issued Dr. Wright a copyright registration for most of the original Bitcoin code (version 0.1 of the Bitcoin client software) which he authored.

The U.S. copyright registration certificates are:

• U.S. copyright registration no. TXu 2-136-996, effective date April 11, 2019, for the paper entitled Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System, with year of completion 2008. The registration recognizes the author as Craig Steven Wright, using the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto.
• U.S. copyright registration no. TX-8-708-058, effective date April 13, 2019, for computer program entitled Bitcoin, with year of completion 2009 and date of first publication January 3, 2009. The registration recognizes the author as Craig Steven Wright, using the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. Wright wrote most of version 0.1 of the Bitcoin client software, and the registration covers the portions he authored.

After being involuntarily “outed” as Satoshi Nakamoto by certain media publications, Wright first come out as the creator of Bitcoin in 2016, and provided proof to several people, including Gavin Anderson former lead developer of the Bitcoin project. However, supporters of the Bitcoin Core (BTC) developer group, which had commandeered the Bitcoin project, led a successful smear campaign against Dr. Wright.

The group had hindered the original vision of Bitcoin by stifling scaling attempts and creating Layer 2 settlement networks, namely the Lighting Network, which take transactions off chain and away from what Bitcoin was meant to be. In 2017, they added the definitive fatal blow – Segregated Witness – to the Bitcoin protocol and forever changed Bitcoin from its core definition as a chain of digital signatures.

What pushed Wright to lift the Satoshi Nakamoto veil for good and now take efforts to defend his original vision for Bitcoin? It was a combination of events. First, there was the bastardization of BTC introduced by SegWit, changing Bitcoin into what BTC is today (SegWit Coin or Core Coin). Wright then chose to support Bitcoin Cash (BCH) which forked away from BTC in August 2017, with the supposed mission to restore Bitcoin’s original vision. However, after attempting to work with BCH development group Bitcoin ABC for over a year, it became clear in 2018 to Dr. Wright that BCH development groups were also deviating from the original Bitcoin protocol – by introducing significant protocol changes not included in the original design and by pursuing massive scaling as quickly as needed.

Having seen his creation bastardized not once but twice, Dr. Wright has acted to preserve his original Satoshi Vision for Bitcoin. He explains, “When I wrote the Bitcoin white paper, I uploaded it on the bitcoin.org domain so that people would start understanding bitcoin. I’ve come to understand that few people if any of taken the time to understand what is written in this paper so I have formally published it and registered it with the U.S. Copyright Office so that I can confirm my authorship and copyright ownership, and start teaching people the true meaning of what Bitcoin is about and stop people twisting the narrative.”

That twisted narrative lead to criminals, like drug dealers and money launders, to become the face of Bitcoin. The accountability and traceability that the Bitcoin blockchain provides was left on the back burner, and it was marketed to the worst elements of society. Wright could not stand for that.

“The last thing that I said to Gavin Anderson in 2011 when I handed him the control of the code was that “I wish you wouldn’t keep talking about me as a mysterious shadowy figure, the press just turns that into a pirate currency angle,” Dr. Wright recalls. “Maybe instead make it about the open source project and give more credit to your dev contributors; it helps motivate them.”

Now that Wright has legally claimed copyright ownership of the Bitcoin white paper and most of the early Bitcoin code, he’s working to ensure his creation will regain the original mission it was meant to have. “Bitcoin was designed to be honest and not another criminal coin,” he said. “It’s time for people to learn that and see that I’m (as Satoshi) not just some shady figure because I didn’t want publicity”

In the future, Wright intends to assign the copyright registrations to Bitcoin Association to hold for the benefit of the Bitcoin ecosystem. Bitcoin Association is a global industry organization for Bitcoin businesses. It supports BSV and owns the Bitcoin SV client software. Founding President Jimmy Nguyen comments:

“We are thrilled to see Craig Wright recognized as author of the landmark Bitcoin white paper and early code. Better than anyone else, Craig understands that Bitcoin was created be a massively scaled blockchain to power the world’s electronic cash for billions of people to use, and be the global data ledger for the biggest enterprise applications. We look forward to working with Craig and others to ensure his original vision is recognized as Bitcoin and is realized through BSV.”

Since the announcement Tuesday, the trolls have come out in full force, albeit in much smaller numbers than in the past. They’re trying to downplay, disparage and dismiss Dr. Wright and the US Copyright office suggesting this is “just another scam.”

The mental gymnastics these people are doing could compete with Simone Biles, but Dr. Wright has a final word on the trolls, “Importantly, if this was not real, it means I would face 20 years. If a single person could discredit me, I get an orange suit. The issue is they cannot.”

Wright has good support and wise advice by his side. His colleague Nguyen, former CEO of nChain, was a highly-regarded intellectual property and digital technology lawyer in the United States for 21 years, and is former Chair of the State Bar of California’s Intellectual Property Law Section. Commenting on public reaction to the copyright registrations, Nguyen says: “It’s amusing to watch the online trolls and critics freak out about Craig’s copyright registrations. If the registrations don’t mean anything, what are people afraid of?”

Nguyen instead focuses on the legal impact of the registrations: “Under global copyright law, Craig always held copyright ownership of the Bitcoin white paper and Bitcoin code authored since the moment he created those works and fixed them into a tangible medium of expression. Most countries do not require registration of works. But in certain countries, like the United States, an author receives additional benefits by obtaining copyright registration for his works. In this situation, what is exceptionally notable is that the U.S. Copyright Office did not rubber-stamp Craig’s copyright applications. The U.S. Copyright examiner responded far more quickly to the copyright applications than is normal – within three business days (which is extremely unusual and extremely fast) – and asked questions about applications, including recognizing that the Bitcoin white paper was a famous work and noting there were questions about who is Satoshi Nakamoto. The U.S. Copyright Office only issued the copyright registrations after Craig responded and confirmed his authorship. Contrary to what the naysayers are suggesting, the U.S. copyright registrations do carry legal weight and we look forward to working with Craig to ensure his original vision is recognized as Bitcoin and is realized through BSV.”

Dr. Wright will be attending the upcoming CoinGeek Toronto scaling conference, and will feature prominently in a Fireside chat with Jimmy Nguyen. The conversation is bound to have plenty of revelations about the early history of Bitcoin, so it will be well worth attending.

source from https://coingeek.com/dr-craig-wright-and-jimmy-nguyen-discuss-bitcoin-whitepaper-copyright/


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May 22, 2019, 11:14:02 AM
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2011 MtGox copyrighted Bitcoin, none so far have enforced it.
Interesting times coming  

https://cryptobriefing.com/us-grants-craig-wright-copyright-on-original-bitcoin-whitepaper/

It is a criminal offense claiming copyright if not the original developer, will Ronald Keala Kua Maria and Mark Karpelès  have time in court?

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Yeah, a small step for technology and a giant leap for the recognition of his work


BTC is not same of original source code set in stone only by Satoshi Nakamoto check here https://github.com/bitcoin and compare with https://github.com/bitcoin-sv You will see the facts, what became technically BTC modified because implemented by Core and named Bitcoin is very far from the original. You will notice that the BSV code is in conformity with Satoshi Nakamoto's masterpiece thanks to nChain which cleaned the code of the successive incrementations (SegWit and others) that Core had imposed by voice of community BIP against what Satoshi has created. I'm convinced that BitcoinSV (BSV) original XBT is the best technological opportunity of capacity for use and stable build on original Bitcoin protocol.
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Wait a minute, I assumed satoshi was Chris Larsen or someone involved with him.
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May 22, 2019, 05:48:17 PM
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BSV bullshit full throttle...

There is a previous "copyright" registred by "Satoshi Nakamoto" in 2016 and this "Satoshi Nakamoto" is NOT Craig S Wright.

https://cocatalog.loc.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?v1=2&ti=1,2&Search_Arg=peer%20to%20peer%20electronic%20cash%20system&Search_Code=FT%2A&CNT=25&PID=uDj6dewLdKaTQvaX9uEWib7V8&SEQ=20190521134318&SID=2

Nice find. What -- exactly -- does that copyright cover?

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BSV bullshit full throttle...

There is a previous "copyright" registred by "Satoshi Nakamoto" in 2016 and this "Satoshi Nakamoto" is NOT Craig S Wright.

https://cocatalog.loc.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?v1=2&ti=1,2&Search_Arg=peer%20to%20peer%20electronic%20cash%20system&Search_Code=FT%2A&CNT=25&PID=uDj6dewLdKaTQvaX9uEWib7V8&SEQ=20190521134318&SID=2

Nice find. What -- exactly -- does that copyright cover?



Hawaiian  Ronald Keala Kua Maria is a good laugh

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https://thebitcoinnews.com/i-am-the-real-satoshi-claims-hawaiian-man-after-filing-bitcoin-cash-trademark/

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Noone ever came up with how to do spv as Satoshi described

https://mobile.twitter.com/nChainGlobal/status/1131241534031040514

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BSV bullshit full throttle...

There is a previous "copyright" registred by "Satoshi Nakamoto" in 2016 and this "Satoshi Nakamoto" is NOT Craig S Wright.

https://cocatalog.loc.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?v1=2&ti=1,2&Search_Arg=peer%20to%20peer%20electronic%20cash%20system&Search_Code=FT%2A&CNT=25&PID=uDj6dewLdKaTQvaX9uEWib7V8&SEQ=20190521134318&SID=2

Nice find. What -- exactly -- does that copyright cover?

"AN EQUITY BASED ELECTRONIC RESERVE CURRENCY PEER TO PEER ELECTRONIC CASH SYSTEM"

That string of words, as a unique work of authorship? While rather thin, I don't much have a problem with that. I think it may run afoul of the minimum length of an original work of authorship required to be copyrightable, however.

/snark

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BSV SHILLS ARE ALL BIG TIME LIARS   !!!

https://www.chepicap.com/en/news/9913/us-copyright-office-we-have-not-recognized-craig-wright-as-btc-inventor.html

https://www.coindesk.com/us-copyright-office-says-it-does-not-recognize-craig-wright-as-satoshi


https://micky.com.au/us-copyright-office-granting-craig-wrights-registrations-not-a-determination-of-the-truth/
Speaking directly to Wright’s copyright claims, the USCO stated:
“A registration represents a claim to an interest in a work protected by copyright law, not a determination of the truth of the claims therein.”


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BSV Node New Update

The Bitcoin SV Node team released version 0.2.0 of the Bitcoin SV Node implementation today. This update to the software continues the Bitcoin SV focus on massive scaling, delivering a new API to support mining massive blocks and including support for the Quasar Bitcoin SV protocol upgrade that is scheduled for July 24th 2019. The Quasar Bitcoin SV protocol upgrade will increase the maximum acceptable block size from 128MB to 2GB.

The release has been managed using the team’s enterprise-class development, release, and quality assurance processes, providing additional assurance on the quality of the software delivered.

The new mining API is a big step forwards towards mining massive blocks on the Bitcoin SV network. This API is based on the work of Andrew Stone and Johan van der Hoeven and was subsequently collaboratively updated by nChain with input from mining professionals. The API removes the impact of the size of the block on mining operations, providing a fixed size header to the mining equipment regardless of block size. The design also removes the need for wallet capabilities to be included in the Bitcoin SV node implementation, which will enable significant performance improvements. This API will form the foundation of future improvements to the mining functions of the Bitcoin SV Node implementation while maintaining a stable API which miners can integrate into their systems.

Changes of note include:

new mining API
support for Quasar upgrade
change of the license to Open BSV license
default maximum OP_RETURN size to 100kb
default transaction relay delay to 150ms
upgrade to C++17
removal of support for 32-bit and ARM architectures
cleanup of defunct code – magnetic upgrade activation, ABC forced obsolescence
Source code is available on the bitcoin-sv github https://github.com/bitcoin-sv/bitcoin-sv and the signed binaries are available on https://download.bitcoinsv.io/



Source: https://bitcoinsv.io/2019/05/20/bitcoin-sv-node-v0-2-0-released/




Do you know what is the procedure to follow to install a node with windows 10. I can only find for Linux.

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why does it seem to upset you that Mr. Wright is claiming his copyright? i don't understand all this repeated animosity Huh
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the crypto market is falling today, and the BSV is holding above $ 100  Cool

trend drew the letter W, it means 2Victory, continued growth





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why does it seem to upset you that Mr. Wright is claiming his copyright? i don't understand all this repeated animosity Huh

His copyright ? LMAO.

Read and learn: https://www.stopcraigwright.com/evidence

U must compete - stop is dumb and does not work. It rathers shows u are just trolling.

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