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May 31, 2019, 03:13:00 AM
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Did you mean to write "LMAO"? That's the traditional acronym.

Don't forget it also has a plagiarized white paper. Craig got caught trying to pass off the bitcoin white paper as a paper he submitted to the Australian government in 2001. He included edits made from an earlier version of the bitcoin white paper written in August 2008 that we was unaware of.

In short, the bitcoin white paper is not his own, but he's pretending that he wrote it. That's plagiarism at best and fraud at worst.

‘Craig Wrigs a Fraud’

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May 31, 2019, 06:14:19 AM
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That might help

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3CGW4Hr6jg&feature=youtu.be

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May 31, 2019, 06:23:56 AM
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the price will soon be more expensive than bch because there has already been such before Smiley

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May 31, 2019, 06:30:25 AM
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the trend of BSV and BNB is not realistic, do people participate in determining the price?)



BNB trend was realistic due to Binance been successful in providing and sustain their users fund despite the hacking situation this woo more crypto traders and investors in trusting their platform. But, BSV trend is clearly not realistic and sooner or later the whole secret behind it fake trend will be out.

Yes, you are right, every investor will choose their investment in a decent way and company should be able to deliver the product what they mentioned. Binance is doing that in the right way, that's why many investors are attracting to the Binance blockchain which is helping to increase their demand.
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May 31, 2019, 06:34:46 AM
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Make a cup of coffee get comfortable and take in the hour with Satoshi Nakamoto
https://youtu.be/v3CGW4Hr6jg

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May 31, 2019, 07:11:38 AM
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To be honest i don't really like any Bitcoin fork, but i'm happy to see Bitcoin SV rising, its a nice middle finger to all major exchanges who delisted it, becuase of a stupid action of CW. There should be no such thing to delist a coin coin because of stupid statement, be it a sh*tcoin or not.

It wasn't just one, but multiple stupid scam/unethical actions:

1) Releasing fake news on chinese social media that 30K BTC moved from original Satoshi wallet
2) Filing a copyright claim on Bitcoin code
3) Filing a lawsuit against Peter McCormack making his life difficult as it seems it will cost him at least $100.000 to get out of this
4) Asking hackers to dox Hodlonaut
5) Calvin Ayre making videos with underage girls dancing for him
6) Claiming that he is Satoshi with falsified and incomplete evidence, since 2015

This person is not Satoshi, neither he had any part at all in the begining.

None of your numbered points concern SV the chain or SV the coin. Merely a couple of people associated with SV.

You so freeking sure there are no unsavory characters in your favorite chain?

Anyone with a campaign ad in their signature -- for an organization with which they are not otherwise affiliated -- is automatically deducted credibility points.

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May 31, 2019, 10:47:25 AM
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copyright will remain to Craig if no one can refute

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June 01, 2019, 03:22:18 AM
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bnb and bsv are the strongest coins, they were able to overcome their past price highs

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June 01, 2019, 03:36:18 AM
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btc is a threat to the government because the hashrate is not centralized, and bsv made a centralized hashrate

if the government disappears there will be no one to protect us from crime, this can not be allowed, so the bsv is better. The meaning of bitcoin in the protection against emissions, and do not fight with the government!

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https://twitter.com/mistabill/status/1134789023418003456?s=12

Preview of Craig’s interview with Bloomberg coming next week.

https://twitter.com/tweetybirdbrain/status/1133961303167557632?s=21

Craig admitted he had an interview for a segment of ‘60 minutes’

Keep the bulls coming folks, we’re going mainstream.

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June 01, 2019, 10:14:08 PM
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Funny, btcoreans think they need to tell YOU what they want that YOU should think

https://stephanlivera.com/episode/75


Why? Is there uncertainty ?

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Maybe it's just to help. clumsily. But the right attention seems to be there. Everything is precious in this difficult world. even BSV.

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Craig Wright has filed a copyright claim with the US Copyright Office in the United States on the Bitcoin White Paper. According to Emin Gün Sirer, professor at Cornell -Ithaka New York, it is specified that according to the Berne Treaty, copyright belongs to the author and that the deposit of copyright for the original content is unnecessary. Copyright does not imply authorship and does not mean that the plaintiff created the content.
Intellectual property expert Alex Meijas says that once you have received a patent, all derivative works are also legally owned by you. This means that Craig Wright can potentially sue Bitcoin Cash and other forks for violating 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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Toronto: The past, present and future of Bitcoin

You know you’ve been to a good conference when you leave with loads of interesting bits of information, combined with a better sense of the big picture. On both counts, CoinGeek Toronto was a resounding success. But it’s another measure that I’d say was even more important: there was a palpable feeling of confidence in the Bitcoin SV (BSV) ecosystem and where it’s heading.

At the last CoinGeek conference, in London in November, Jimmy Nguyen, president of the Bitcoin Association had stood on stage to say it was time for Bitcoin to “grow up and professionalise”. In Toronto, although he hadn’t entirely dropped his favourite mantra, he hardly needed it any more. The evidence was all around him.

To pick a couple of examples, almost at random: Cole Diamond, co-founder of CoinSquare, a Toronto startup, talked about using Bitcoin to bring the entire financial services industry onto one platform. The peer to peer lending it enables will reduce the cost of borrowing and mortgages. In case there was any doubt, at the end of his presentation, Cole remarked that “everybody in this room is on the right track”.

Cole was just one of several speakers who talked about how the Bitcoin world and the financial establishment were going to be able to work together productively.

Then there were the finalists of the BSV Hackathon competition, who were equally confident about the future. Attila from TonicPow explained that a “Tonic” is a peer to peer online ad. Why not use blockchain technology to connect website owners directly with those who want to pay them to advertise on their site? And Hayden Donnelly’s Polyglot product is designed to help people use the Metanet more easily. His aim is “to open up the Metanet for entry-level developers and everyday people.” (You’ll know he’s succeeded when Microsoft’s spell check stops putting a red line underneath every time you write “Metanet”.)

If the Hackathon finalists were the up and coming generation, established BSV entrepreneurs like Jack Liu, Alex Agut and Rafael Seibane from HandCash and Ryan X. Charles of Moneybutton weren’t resting on their laurels. Jack’s new RelayX is integrating BSV and fiat payment platforms, Handcash is looking at ways to offer “Bitcoin as a service” and Moneybutton is powering ahead with new products such as Paymail, with a staff of only three: Ryan in Silicon Valley, with two colleagues in Argentina.

So much for the present and the future – what about the past? Well that was amply covered in Jimmy Nguyen’s interview with Dr. Craig Wright. It was a revealing and sometimes emotional session, going back to the origins of Bitcoin and Craig’s work as Satoshi Nakamoto, its pseudonymous creator. Craig said he’d started thinking about electronic money as far back as the 1990s, with an early idea for a paid network that he freely admits was “a failed, totally stupid concept”.

The work that led to the Bitcoin White Paper began in earnest around 2005 when he was studying at Newcastle University in New South Wales. On the question of whether he worked alone or had help, Craig replied that “everyone has help”. He mentioned Hal Finney and Dave Kleiman (“my best friend for a long time”) but to Jimmy’s direct “did you write the White Paper?” Craig answered definitively: “yes”.

“Who managed Satoshi’s email box?,” Jimmy enquired. “Primarily me,” Craig said. And it was “generally me” who answered posts on message boards, although it was occasionally Dave Kleiman.

On the first day that Bitcoin was released, it was managed on 69 computers, Craig said, some in his house, and some on a farm, a three hour drive away. When Microsoft decided to update its software in that first week, it messed up the whole Bitcoin system and Craig had to make numerous three hour drives between the house and the farm to sort things out.

Craig ended with a moving tribute to his wife and family for putting up with him, which more than one person told me afterwards had left them in tears. “I’m better than I was,” he said, but “I’ll never be nice.”

Craig’s final message was one which felt appropriate to end the whole conference. Despite the complex and technical nature of Bitcoin, Craig is clear that the point of it is to allow people to deal with people. This is not a technology that is designed to take over and dominate our lives: “I don’t want a world where we have people isolated by machines”.

It was an ambition that many of the entrepreneurs who’d spoken earlier had echoed in practical terms: we need to work to get the technology out of people’s way; the goal is to make the world and our transactions with each other, simpler, more accountable and frictionless. Craig thanked everyone for what they were doing in taking forward what he’d started. The audience rose to give him warm, appreciative thanks – both for the openness of his interview with Jimmy and, it felt, for Bitcoin itself.

Source: https://coingeek.com/toronto-the-past-present-and-future-of-bitcoin/

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Craig Wright has filed a copyright claim with the US Copyright Office in the United States on the Bitcoin White Paper. According to Emin Gün Sirer, professor at Cornell -Ithaka New York, it is specified that according to the Berne Treaty, copyright belongs to the author and that the deposit of copyright for the original content is unnecessary. Copyright does not imply authorship and does not mean that the plaintiff created the content.
Intellectual property expert Alex Meijas says that once you have received a patent, all derivative works are also legally owned by you. This means that Craig Wright can potentially sue Bitcoin Cash and other forks for violating his work.




Yes CRW, this person seems to be honest because he explains that BSV's vision is a conversion to change what the BitcoinCore team has produced. (This confuses the new BTC programmer with the overlay of the Lightning network core, making the process illegal by not recording transactions in the block chain.) It recreates the cleaning protocol step (Bitcoin) with a clean version with unlimited block size and Op_return protection. Before starting, they would fix other people's conditions of the new nChain roadmap is as follows: figure https://bitcoinsv.io/roadmap/. see.

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Here is a testimony to help you understand the ins and outs. Everyone will have their own idea and may be able to understand.


A bit about Dr. Craig Wright

I first communicated with Dr. Wright in a series of interviews in early 2016… at a time shortly after him being outed, and he was still at this point, very much out of the public eye. However, former lead Bitcoin Core developer Gavin Andresen had already recently stated that he witnessed Craig sign with keys that only Satoshi Nakamoto could have possessed. I knew who I may have been dealing with…

I was cautioned prior to the interview… that Craig can be a little intense – (I don’t quite recall the word used but I think ‘intense’ is relevant enough).

Certainly at that time the VAST majority of Bitcoiners did not believe that Craig was the man behind, what in my opinion is, the greatest invention since the internet itself, and perhaps even bigger. But I kept a very open mind. He rejected putting out cryptographic evidence at a time where we told the world that he was going to, and instead posted the Satre piece… choosing to reject the Satoshi title, which in retrospect he recently viewed as a bad decision. But the spectre of Satoshi loomed close and as time went on, it became more difficult to separate Craig from the Satoshi saga, for reasons right or wrong.

When our interviews began, all I had known about Craig was that he at one point claimed to be Satoshi (but then seemingly retracted), and that this man was under incessant attacks.

I had no idea what I was getting myself into…

A little about me: I have a full time job working as a software engineer on a multi-billion dollar infrastructure project, and keep a number of Bitcoin related projects going on the side. I never ever considered myself a journalist. I somehow became a bit of a voice (one of many) for the big blocker party (to the newcomers, that basically means we wanted to scale Bitcoin), and my passion to see Bitcoin reach its potential lead me to write a series of pieces in an attempt to get some minds thinking rationally, to see Bitcoin succeed. It was most definitely under threat from being choked to death with an artificial limit on transactional throughput.

This passion led me to Dr. Wright. I didn’t even know his stance on the blocksize debate at this point… But I did know that Satoshi ‘did’ want to scale Bitcoin. It was one of my first questions infact to which he immediately responded with “we are going to make sure Bitcoin scales”. That was 3 years ago… and here we are Bitcoin SV is now looking at 2GB blocks this year. In 2016, the idea of 2GB blocks was inconceivable… not within a 3 year period…

After publishing articles based on a series of interviews, I suddenly found myself drowning in attacks. Death threats to my mailbox, countless anonymous accounts attempting to belittle, mock and generally attempting to show that my own voice and judgement were amiss. Much of the social media trolling was an attempt to make my voice as irrelevant as possible. And believe me it’s not without effect. You’d be surprised how many people read only half an article, only to quickly check the comments section to assess public opinion. And perceived public opinion does indeed sway things…

This has been Gregory Maxwell’s (former Blockstream CTO dedicated to making life hell for Craig and big blockers) modus operandi. There’s strong evidence now that ties a number of online accounts including the infamous “Contrarian” to Maxwell. These accounts have been dedicated to undertaking an unprecedented, 24/7, round-the-clock social engineering effort in skewing the public perception of Dr. Wright to incredible consequence.

In fact, much of the seeds sown by ‘Contrarian’ directly played a significant role in the schism in the Bitcoin Cash community which then lead to the birth of Bitcoin SV. In perhaps one of the most ironic turn of events, kicking Dr. Wright out of BCH ended up making Dr. Wright’s position 100 times more powerful. We’ll get back to this point later.

In our interviews, Craig’s willingness to scale Bitcoin immediately brought my own guard down. This man wants to see Bitcoin succeed like no other… and it was in one of the earliest memos where he actually mentioned that Bitcoin was Turing complete. This was a key point that made me prod further. Eventually he provided some information pertaining to a fundamental key decision in Bitcoin’s design which enabled Bitcoin to be Turing complete in this way. It was admittedly a revelation. But the revelations kept coming.. one after the other… For example, when everyone thought Bitcoin topology was a mesh, as noted in the “Mastering Bitcoin” book, Craig said it was a small world network, rightfully.

This man had intimate understanding of the design of the system, undoubtedly. I asked about his academic record (which was also under attack), and he provided copies of his entire academic record, which myself and others then followed up to confirm. The impressive academic record, was real. To date now, the man has 17 degrees and currently studying his 3rd doctorate.

In the following weeks, I guess Dr. Wright began to trust me a little, and began sharing a large swathe of early research work which lead to Bitcoin. This included research work pertaining to Bitcoin’s neural network capability, and even Blacknet (now known as metanet). Craig has no idea of this, but the large volume of his own research work that he had sent quite literally kept me up all hours of the night and I’d end up at work a zombie… Occasionally, I’d message him and say, I really have to sleep, only to get more emails stating “more reading material”. It was a rough time.

If you approach in good will, and if you approach Craig without any ill-intention to the original Bitcoin design, he will most certainly be open to sharing with you. Just don’t expect an outright extrovert.

With the bulk of intimate knowledge possessed by Craig, and with the recent signings to Matonis and Andresen, I was confident that this was the main man behind the world’s greatest invention. Why is it the world’s greatest invention? – Because the problem of money has been solved. Finally. And contrary to what you may read or hear, the protocol must absolutely be locked if you want to prevent any future state, government, company or developer group from hijacking the protocol again for self interests.

But – particularly in those days, if you said you thought Craig was Satoshi, you would be flamed, cast aside into oblivion. This happened to Gavin Andresen… he got knived, not by Craig, but by Core devs who were so threatened by his admission that Craig was Satoshi that they couldn’t bear to have him with commit access and potentially reintroduce the creator who would steer the ship into the original roadmap again. So not only was Gavin kicked off the project, but he was mauled by savages and forced into exile.

I met Roger Ver in 2017, when we were all on the same side back then. We may not be on the same side today, but I do not think Roger to be a bad person at all. In fact, he’s quite humble for a multi-millionaire. But I do think he’s been given some shocking advice that’s placed him in a difficult trajectory… that’s my opinion and he would disagree – that’s fine. – He offered me a lift to the airport – and, I’m a nobody… but he was nice enough to do that. During the ride he shared that he had met Dr. Wright a week prior and that Wright had offered to sign with Satoshi keys as evidence. Roger responded that he believed him and that signing was unnecessary. Roger then joked “of course I’m not prepared to go public about it”. We all knew what ‘going public’ meant. It meant suicide… look what happened to Gavin, to Matonis…

We generally kept quiet, but even my mere assertion that Craig understood Bitcoin and knew what he was talking about was met with heavy gunfire in response.

In fact even a recent post by Ryan X. Charles (CEO of Moneybutton) which painted Dr. Wright positively was met with incredible criticism, – mostly by anonymous accounts.

https://twitter.com/ryanxcharles/status/1123662373900910592

And while his supporters deal with a lot of shit flinging, it pales heavily in comparison to what he himself deals with.

Granted, Craig now has a much bigger support base, he is much better structured and he is now on the offensive. And with Craig’s move openly state that he created Bitcoin as well, it has become much easier to say the same these days. And this is the point that was raised earlier… the fightback is only just starting.

Craig has been dealing with credible death threats, family threats, sexual abuse threats, smear campaigns and dirty tactics that would make a presidential election race look coy. And that’s not an exaggeration. And this has been happening from people seeking to silence and destroy Craig from years before he was even outed even… the information is out there if you look beyond the prevailing rhetoric.

These individuals that wanted to silence Craig are now finding themselves dealing with a monster forged by their own doing. When criminals choose to attack from the shadows and threaten family members and attempt to subdue people, don’t be surprised when the campaign is returned ten-fold. And in attaining legitimacy on his actions and his proofs, Craig is seeking the courts.

Astonishingly, people are actually crying out foul play. There is no institution in the world that is without issue or controversy, true. But compare the legitimate standing of the court of law to underground criminal organisations and you have chalk and cheese.

Admittedly, there are times where I have felt I needed to apologise for Craig’s behaviour – and I was wrong to even contemplate that. With everything he has dealt with, you cannot expect a compliant individual. If he was a pushover, Bitcoin would’ve died already. Jimmy Nguyen was right when he said “I make no apologies for Craig Wright… otherwise he wouldn’t be who he is today”.

And who is Craig Wright? Based on everything I have personally seen and witnessed, he is the genius behind Bitcoin and the Metanet. To the doubters, the evidence is coming (from numerous fronts, including some I am personally digging out myself, and even culminating in a signing), but NOT on your terms. A man capable of over 17+ degrees, including multiple doctorates, operating numerous businesses, with countless inventions, papers, and heading for thousands of patents… well that should be an inspiration to anyone wanting to attain anything in life… As Ryan X. Charles voiced “I thought it was humanly impossible to achieve so much”…

Instead, this editorial will be ridiculed (mostly by anonymous trolls), and every outlet that has any investment or allegiance with competing digital assets will trash it.

review by Eli Afram
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on https://coingeek.com/a-bit-about-dr-craig-wright/

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He was granted copyright to Bitcoin whitepaper and version 0.01 of code


No MIT license on the whitepaper
As he has the bitcoin copyright he can go to US Court and ask to issue an order for BCH and BTC to REMOVE the Bitcoin white paper from their network, their documents, their sale materials, and web sites such as Bitcoin.com, Bitcoin.org

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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=750.msg8140#msg8140



https://youtu.be/vzCrsem5syg?t=192
"Stiff" Aussie slang, most would not even know such a word exist.

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June 03, 2019, 09:46:05 AM
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ViaBTC is moving

so, let the games begin

https://twitter.com/yhaiyang/status/1135453519522041856


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AudioB launches music on the Bitcoin SV blockchain
https://coingeek.com/audiob-launches-music-on-the-bitcoin-sv-blockchain
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