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I don't know everything about James' life.  I recall reading some early board or list Satoshi had appeared on-- I think in August of 2008, very approximately when Soren Renner who now lives in Maine had introduced us via Skype. Name 'metzdowd' didn't stick.  No biggie as it pertains to the salient forensic facts:

1. 'Satoshi' digitally talks to James Bowery-- who even you admit and agree was using the James A. Donald sockpuppet fake name.

2. James Bowery is volunteer or 'volunteer paid' coder for all the very earliest bitcoin exchanges, incl. Mt. Gox, but apparently keeps this quiet, or maybe uses another fake name.

3. James uses Armory with Segwit.

4. Mt. Gox coder James posts some type of posing technically naive post on his first foray as himself onto this forum which he built to look like Stormfront.

5. James cites his having had a friendship with Nick Szabo for 27 years.

6. James recommends Monero, which has very high tranfer fees (and is therefore impractical for low volume holders) a few years ago.

7.  Super-coder James put up a hokey 'My Life' page which shows he drives a 1993 Saturn.  Kinda like Shirley Q. Liquor's friend, Watusi Jenkins.

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I don't know everything about James' life.  I recall reading some early board or list Satoshi had appeared on-- I think in August of 2008, very approximately when Soren Renner who now lives in Maine had introduced us via Skype. Name 'metzdowd' didn't stick.  No biggie as it pertains to the salient forensic facts:

1. 'Satoshi' digitally talks to James Bowery-- who even you admit and agree was using the James A. Donald sockpuppet fake name.

2. James Bowery is volunteer or 'volunteer paid' coder for all the very earliest bitcoin exchanges, incl. Mt. Gox, but apparently keeps this quiet, or maybe uses another fake name.

3. James uses Armory with Segwit.

4. Mt. Gox coder James posts some type of posing technically naive post on his first foray as himself onto this forum which he built to look like Stormfront.

5. James cites his having had a friendship with Nick Szabo for 27 years.

6. James recommends Monero, which has very high tranfer fees (and is therefore impractical for low volume holders) a few years ago.

7.  Super-coder James put up a hokey 'My Life' page which shows he drives a 1993 Saturn.  Kinda like Shirley Q. Liquor's friend, Watusi Jenkins.
There is nothing that you have put forward, in this post, or your others on this 'subject' that remotely resembles proof.
You claim that James gave you 10 BTC in 2009, and I say so what.  Satoshi released his SW to quite a few people (upon request) prior to its official beta release.  If you look at the Metzdowd archives you will see James as one of the first people to ask Satoshi a few questions, he was very interested and a little skeptical, like many were. So its no surprise to learn that he generated some coins and sent some here and there.
Hal did the same and many others on the Metzdowd mailing list that gave Bitcoin a try. You tried it, obviously because you received coins from James. So are you Satoshi?

Think about it, you have no proof just a lot of little coincidences and interesting observations
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Read for detail.  Not 'in' 2009, but on January 12th, 2009-- ten years ago to this very day, even allowing for the 8 hr or so time difference.  It wss 2 hrs and 32 minutes after the transmission of 10 bitcoins to Hal Finney.

Even cop detectives with IQs of 100 or 110 are trained to realize presence (in this case as James A. Donald and the helpful, overseeing coder of virtually all early bitcoin exchages, including Mt. Gox) establishes correlation, though not specifically causation.

Note that James, while being the coder in the background with all the hobnobbers on all early bitcoin exchanges, did not show his real name or face back on this forum (the one he himself hoisted) till several years later.  Why would that be, considering his abiding interesy and helpfulness to all things bitcoin?  He also made no mention of the word 'bitcoin' on his tens of thousands of words on Majority Rights forum.

I feel your pain; many of you young and old hoarding spectrum cultists are in emotional shock a 'Nazi'
(to use the current Chinese Cultural Revolution-like defaming parlance) really invented, and has been completely behind the scenes all along, these ten long years, of your darling precious bitcoin.
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Read for detail.  Not 'in' 2009, but on January 12th, 2009-- ten years ago to this very day, even allowing for the 8 hr or so time difference.  It wss 2 hrs and 32 minutes after the transmission of 10 bitcoins to Hal Finney.

Even cop detectives with IQs of 100 or 110 are trained to realize presence (in this case as James A. Donald and the helpful, overseeing coder of virtually all early bitcoin exchages, including Mt. Gox) establishes correlation, though not specifically causation.

Note that James, while being the coder in the background with all the hobnobbers on all early bitcoin exchanges, did not show his real name or face back on this forum (the one he himself hoisted) till several years later.  Why would that be, considering his abiding interesy and helpfulness to all things bitcoin?  He also made no mention of the word 'bitcoin' on his tens of thousands of words on Majority Rights forum.

I feel your pain; many of you young and old hoarding spectrum cultists are in emotional shock a 'Nazi'
(to use the current Chinese Cultural Revolution-like defaming parlance) really invented, and has been completely behind the scenes all along, these ten long years, of your darling precious bitcoin.

The number one mistake many amateur researchers make is they start their enquiries with a preconception or a gut feeling.
Your preconception was based around the implications of the (alleged) 10 BTC sent to you by James.  You then found some minor cooincidences and interesting bits n' pieces and weaved together a story with a touch of confirmation bias.

Thats not how you research.
You have overlooked the most important part, the stylometric analysis of all of Satoshi's emails and posts and compared them to James.

For if you had an even just focussed on the contractions you would find that Satoshi used the following quite often...

You're
you're
we’re
they’ll
aren't
it’d
i’ve
won’t
hadn’t
that’s
they’re
there’ll
that’ll
wouldn’t
we'll
you've
weren't
it’ll
here’s

And James used very few, infrequently from 2002 to present day.

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I feel your pain; many of you young and old hoarding spectrum cultists are in emotional shock a 'Nazi'
(to use the current Chinese Cultural Revolution-like defaming parlance) really invented, and has been completely behind the scenes all along, these ten long years, of your darling precious bitcoin.


And finally, you have revealed your true motive in bringing up all this nonsense, its to discredit JAB
Seems you also harbour some sour grapes for our 'darling Bitcoin' as well..

I think we are done here.

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Read for detail.  Not 'in' 2009, but on January 12th, 2009-- ten years ago to this very day, even allowing for the 8 hr or so time difference.  It wss 2 hrs and 32 minutes after the transmission of 10 bitcoins to Hal Finney.

Even cop detectives with IQs of 100 or 110 are trained to realize presence (in this case as James A. Donald and the helpful, overseeing coder of virtually all early bitcoin exchages, including Mt. Gox) establishes correlation, though not specifically causation.

Note that James, while being the coder in the background with all the hobnobbers on all early bitcoin exchanges, did not show his real name or face back on this forum (the one he himself hoisted) till several years later.  Why would that be, considering his abiding interest and helpfulness to all things bitcoin?  He also made no mention of the word 'bitcoin' on his tens of thousands of words on Majority Rights forum.

I feel your pain; many of you young and old hoarding spectrum cultists are in emotional shock a 'Nazi'
(to use the current Chinese Cultural Revolution-like defaming parlance) really invented, and has been completely behind the scenes all along, these ten long years, of your darling precious bitcoin.

The number one mistake many amateur researchers make is they start their enquiries with a preconception or a gut feeling.
Your preconception was the (alleged) 10 BTC sent to you by James. You then found some minor cooincidences and interesting bits n' pieces and weaved together a story with a touch of confirmation bias.

Thats not how you research.
You have overlooked the most important part, the stylometric analysis of all of Satoshi's emails and posts and compared them to James.

For if you had an even just focussed on the contractions you would find that Satoshi used the following quite often...

You're
you're
we’re
they’ll
aren't
it’d
i’ve
won’t
hadn’t
that’s
they’re
there’ll
that’ll
wouldn’t
we'll
you've
weren't
it’ll
here’s

And James used very few, infrequently from 2002 to present day.



James Bowery's 18 usages of your rare "you're".  ( I think this and virtually all your cited contractions are extremely common in standard newspeak English.  Additionally, if the Aussie and NZ clues you cite are standard Commonwealth (I'm dual American/Canadian myself) usages such as "colour", big deal-- anyone can add a "u" etc. in a weak attempt at a ruse. Satoshi even gave that up after a few "example" usages as I recall reading.):
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/ba1fc1ade41e0c481f7ccb175c793295/

James Bowery's 72 usages of your rare "we're":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/10d20f05a2d8381e087efcfca2990e61/

Jame's Bowery's 35 usages of your rare "they'll":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/c03f94445ea96a75c2fbc3b4ae0a4c2c/

James Bowery's 30 usages of your rare "aren't":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/fc70884a954715f442496a3be7c4fdb6/

James Bowery 93 usages of "it'd" on Majority Rights:
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/07f3d936fd0497e4d6c9b3a3c7fb994d/

James Bowery's 238 usages of "I've" (not with a small "i", but James could have without much difficulty faked that to lend Satoshi quirkiness-- just don't hit the caps key).
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/fb8be7bfc2fa16d3bb1dfce0840f71fc/

31 "won't":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/5198a4b3c9676c0bd55cad031777a8ae/

18 "hadn't":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/ccea32fba02a3b0276017db1f96323ec/

James Bowery's 707 usages of "that's":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/6fd178189c5e0f1b6cfdc8f29cb99301/

James Bowery's 93 usages of your rare "they're":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/1cc5cfcbf0ba2172286d6259217377ed/

No usages of "there'll".

158 "that'll":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/892b4962fa9f7a4be2fd1b89fe7b88dc/

55 "wouldn't":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/ceefebb21698a21cc6809b4538c8cfe2/

158 "we'll":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/601d8001b95bcafe17a3607257a22594/

27 "you've":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/524a5403242c6af85398f761c75bfa31/

33 weren't:
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/03aa06e1b1f196d7830582dfe8383802/

158 "it'll":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/60bc1ad1604d92ae1b2b57add01d144a/

96 "here's":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/f2bba0ff5ae07a829a0e0e0290f579d3/

audiTT Inspector Clouseau Sir, is English your second, third or fifth language?
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I feel your pain; many of you young and old hoarding spectrum cultists are in emotional shock a 'Nazi'
(to use the current Chinese Cultural Revolution-like defaming parlance) really invented, and has been completely behind the scenes all along, these ten long years, of your darling precious bitcoin.


And finally, you have revealed your true motive in bringing up all this nonsense, its to discredit JAB
Seems you also harbour some sour grapes for our 'darling Bitcoin' as well..

I think we are done here.



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James Bowery's 18 usages of your rare "you're".  ( I think this and virtually all your cited contractions are extremely common in standard newspeak English.  Additionally, if the Aussie and NZ clues you cite are standard Commonwealth (I'm dual American/Canadian myself) usages such as "colour", big deal-- anyone can add a "u" etc. in a weak attempt at a ruse. Satoshi even gave that up after a few "example" usages as I recall reading.):
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/ba1fc1ade41e0c481f7ccb175c793295/

James Bowery's 72 usages of your rare "we're":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/10d20f05a2d8381e087efcfca2990e61/

Jame's Bowery's 35 usages of your rare "they'll":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/c03f94445ea96a75c2fbc3b4ae0a4c2c/

James Bowery's 30 usages of your rare "aren't":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/fc70884a954715f442496a3be7c4fdb6/

James Bowery 93 usages of "it'd" on Majority Rights:
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/07f3d936fd0497e4d6c9b3a3c7fb994d/

James Bowery's 238 usages of "I've" (not with a small "i", but James could have without much difficulty faked that to lend Satoshi quirkiness-- just don't hit the caps key).
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/fb8be7bfc2fa16d3bb1dfce0840f71fc/

31 "won't":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/5198a4b3c9676c0bd55cad031777a8ae/

18 "hadn't":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/ccea32fba02a3b0276017db1f96323ec/

James Bowery's 707 usages of "that's":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/6fd178189c5e0f1b6cfdc8f29cb99301/

James Bowery's 93 usages of your rare "they're":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/1cc5cfcbf0ba2172286d6259217377ed/

No usages of "there'll".

158 "that'll":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/892b4962fa9f7a4be2fd1b89fe7b88dc/

55 "wouldn't":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/ceefebb21698a21cc6809b4538c8cfe2/

158 "we'll":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/601d8001b95bcafe17a3607257a22594/

27 "you've":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/524a5403242c6af85398f761c75bfa31/

33 weren't:
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/03aa06e1b1f196d7830582dfe8383802/

158 "it'll":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/60bc1ad1604d92ae1b2b57add01d144a/

96 "here's":
https://majorityrights.com/search/results/f2bba0ff5ae07a829a0e0e0290f579d3/

audiTT Inspector Clouseau Sir, is English your second, third or fifth language?

Nice effort, but is that how you perform stylometric analysis.. I don't think so.
There is a lot more to it than a simple search for a word on a web site with multiple authors.. I say again, multiple authors.
It would have been nice if your links actually worked..

So I visited the site, selected search, specified the author and entered the search keyword one by one
I had a lot of hits but after manually verifying I found they were mostly partial hits, not whole word hits..all I can say is theres is a big discrepancy between your results and mine.

As I said previously.. James' writings do not resembles those of Satoshi's.
Actually my writings are a much better match for Satoshi's than James Smiley


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Well that was ~12 minutes of my life wasted...  Embarrassed


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Well that was ~12 minutes of my life wasted...  Embarrassed



Will this GIF also suffice? (with apologies to dt)


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Well that was ~12 minutes of my life wasted...  Embarrassed



Will this GIF also suffice? (with apologies to dt)


I'm just gonna leave this here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Craig_Cobb (having now read it, I wish there were white monkeys dancing to Riverdance)



"The hell you say! How the fuck am I a black white supremacist?"

Monkeys actually are white beyond their fur, just like ... ah never mind.


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Well that was ~12 minutes of my life wasted...  Embarrassed



Will this GIF also suffice? (with apologies to dt)


I'm just gonna leave this here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Craig_Cobb (having now read it, I wish there were white monkeys dancing to Riverdance)



"The hell you say! How the fuck am I a black white supremacist?"

Monkeys actually are white beyond their fur, just like ... ah never mind.



But can it Riverdance?

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Satoshi Bowery is part White Nationalist, part Libertarian-- but not, in the most technical sense, Nazi. I know it's a complete shocker, guys.  (I personally am thrilled by it).

Divest yourselves of your bitcoin in protest.

Satoshi Bowery and his fans need to get out of the house more often-- even stop obsessing about a $7,000,000,000 IRS bill-- before his semi-creation (Apollo off his NXT Bitcoin Core hard fork) makes bitcoin obsolete and near-worthless via APL's complete privacy and one to two second proven transmission speed.

Apollo gained more than any other coin yesterday and I think today too; 171.4% yesterday in this bear market and 103.38% today so far.  Apollo has been the top gainer yesterday and today.  Even Mr. Wonderful from Shark Tank owns Apollo and musically promotes it on his guitar.  None of you have so much as Satoshi Bowery who got it in gobs off the bitcoin to NXT fork airdrop!  Better go try it out or get left in the dust from its first-to-market alacrity with privacy.

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https://mobile.twitter.com/ApolloCurrency

Note the Estonian flag with broad white, black and light blue bands on the lower right of the door to my house in Leith, North Dakota.  That (Estonia) was to whence James Nakamoto told me over months from 2008 to 2009 of his creation.

I do appreciate you bitcoin dinosaur fellows are racially aware race realists.  Wouldn't have it any other way.
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Satoshi Bowery is part White Nationalist, part Libertarian-- but not, in the most technical sense, Nazi. I know it's a complete shocker, guys.  (I personally am thrilled by it).

So far you've delivered some big bowls of nothing as far as evidence is concerned. Absolutely anybody on planet earth could generate the same stories you have.

Satoshi Bowery and his fans need to get out of the house more often-- even stop obsessing about a $7,000,000,000 IRS bill-- before his semi-creation (Apollo off his NXT Bitcoin Core hard fork) makes bitcoin obsolete and near-worthless via APL's complete privacy and one to two second proven transmission speed.

NXT wasn't a fork of bitcoin -- it was more or less built from scratch and one of the first PoS coins. As far as your "make bitcoin obsolete" claims go, we as a community have witnessed literally hundreds of projects come and go with the same claim. So far not one of them has come close. *Collective yawn*

I do appreciate you bitcoin dinosaur fellows are racially aware race realists.  Wouldn't have it any other way.

OK now you've crossed the fucking line. You've now de-elevated yourself from harmless retard to vile scumbag. Oh, the world already regards you as a vile scumbag. So you are where you started out. We're not nearly as stupid in that regard as you or Bowery. "Racially aware race realist"? Mixing of the gene pools is healthy, stagnation leads to inbreeding. Proven facts retard. Just fuck off already.

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I don't know everything about James' life.  I recall reading some early board or list Satoshi had appeared on-- I think in August of 2008, very approximately when Soren Renner who now lives in Maine had introduced us via Skype...


At least nobody is accusing ME of being Satoshi Nakamoto! me:satoshi::adam smith:gypsy
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January 18, 2019, 02:41:21 PM
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doublespend, have you been featured in this Mexican Airlines video? (1:15)
https://twitter.com/ksieff/status/1085933954446905351

According to a recent SHA-DNA test, I'm 16.8% Satoshi.

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January 18, 2019, 02:50:31 PM
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doublespend, have you been featured in this Mexican Airlines video? (1:15)
https://twitter.com/ksieff/status/1085933954446905351

According to a recent SHA-DNA test, I'm 16.8% Satoshi.

You might even be able to take your wife then

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January 18, 2019, 03:40:34 PM
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Doublespend and Jabowery are indeed working together to troll you. JAB is not Satoshi. But he knows Satoshi's identity. So do I. After you read the next sentence, you will too. Murat Pak is Satoshi Nakamoto.
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