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November 14, 2018, 05:33:12 AM
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So, let's talk about Craig Wright a bit more  Wink

My argument:
Craig Wright's claim to be Satoshi Nakamoto is ultimately false as he does not support axiom of resistance and is not a bitcoiner, no matter he has or has not access to Satoshi's private keys. His probable access to the keys could be used as an evidence for conspiracy accusations against him in courts.

My answer would be, whether Craig Wright supports the axiom or not is irrelevant. If I express my support for the axiom would that make me Satoshi? How can I be if I don't have the keys to prove I am him?

Holding a key just proves one thing: you have rights to spend a balance, not holding it means you can't do it. Your identity has nothing to do with your possession of keys, it is a social issue and should be addressed socially.

It is why I think Wright's social behavior leaves no space for him to steal Satoshi icon, he is not a bitcoiner as I discussed above, being Satoshi himself? Noways!

But if Craig Wright held the keys, and used it to verify that he is Satoshi, it would not make the community think more him, but it would unquestionably make Satoshi look less.

Bitcoin will not care. Cool

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November 14, 2018, 01:23:04 PM
Last edit: November 14, 2018, 01:34:52 PM by aliashraf
 #42

So, let's talk about Craig Wright a bit more  Wink

My argument:
Craig Wright's claim to be Satoshi Nakamoto is ultimately false as he does not support axiom of resistance and is not a bitcoiner, no matter he has or has not access to Satoshi's private keys. His probable access to the keys could be used as an evidence for conspiracy accusations against him in courts.

My answer would be, whether Craig Wright supports the axiom or not is irrelevant. If I express my support for the axiom would that make me Satoshi? How can I be if I don't have the keys to prove I am him?

Holding a key just proves one thing: you have rights to spend a balance, not holding it means you can't do it. Your identity has nothing to do with your possession of keys, it is a social issue and should be addressed socially.

It is why I think Wright's social behavior leaves no space for him to steal Satoshi icon, he is not a bitcoiner as I discussed above, being Satoshi himself? Noways!

But if Craig Wright held the keys, and used it to verify that he is Satoshi, it would not make the community think more him, but it would unquestionably make Satoshi look less.

Bitcoin will not care. Cool
Having access to the keys of Satoshi wouldn't make Craig Wright anybody other than Craig Wright. It is impossible for him to be Satoshi because the latter was the one who defined and invented cryptocurrency as an alternative to state controlled money and Craig wright is the one who tries to sell it as a complementary utility to states.

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November 15, 2018, 05:30:42 AM
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Ah this is a philosophical debate. Then I agree. If the "Satoshi persona" and Craig Wright really lived in a single physical body, then there is an argument that Satoshi still wouldn't be Craig Wright simply because of his rejection of the axiom, which makes Satoshi's support of the axiom more relevant.

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