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October 04, 2019, 08:45:40 AM
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Bump, Craig is a fraud.

I see him rather catching all the anno and anarcho frauds who try to do all sorts of illegal stuff with crypto

No wonder they hate him and want him to be called out...



Like impersonating Satoshi
Like plagiarism
Like tax fraud
Like faking diplomas
Like contempt of Court
Like Perjury
Like using fake emails from dead people
Like writing shit about Hal Finney, Martti Malmi and other people
Like filling a blockchain with BS data, the weather blockchain
Like promoting a fork as being Bitcoin

Which blockchain has stored child pronography? -> Bitcoin SV

Well said, except that the last point is an issue that can happen to any blockchain, it's not entirely their fault.
The unnecessary high size limit of blocks surely helps such situations, but just a low quality image would be store-able in most blockchains I suppose.

You are right, as long as the data fits the block size you can put shit in any blockchain. BUT, as you said, on some blockchains you can put 1MB of shit if you can afford the TX cost (very costly on the real Bitcoin), on BSV you can fit 2GB of trash, and they're planning for trash unlimited with their unlimited block size.



Piling every proof-of-work quorum system in the world into one dataset doesn't scale.

Bitcoin and BitDNS can be used separately.  Users shouldn't have to download all of both to use one or the other.  BitDNS users may not want to download everything the next several unrelated networks decide to pile in either.

The networks need to have separate fates.  BitDNS users might be completely liberal about adding any large data features since relatively few domain registrars are needed, while Bitcoin users might get increasingly tyrannical about limiting the size of the chain so it's easy for lots of users and small devices.


And

For what it's worth: 

I'm the guy who went over the blockchain stuff in Satoshi's first cut of the bitcoin code.  Satoshi didn't have a 1MB limit in it. The limit was originally Hal Finney's idea.  Both Satoshi and I objected that it wouldn't scale at 1MB.  Hal was concerned about a potential DoS attack though, and after discussion, Satoshi agreed.  The 1MB limit was there by the time Bitcoin launched.  But all 3 of us agreed that 1MB had to be temporary because it would never scale.

Several attempted "abuses" of the blockchain under the 1MB limit have proved Hal right about needing the limit at least for launching purposes.  A lot of people wanted to piggyback extraneous information onto the blockchain, and before miners (and the community generally) realized that blockchain space was a valuable resource they would have allowed it.  The blockchain would probably be several times as big a download now if that limit hadn't been in place, because it would have a lot of random 1-satoshi transactions that exist only to encode information for altcoins etc.
think blockchain bloat as such is no longer likely to a problem, and the 1MB limit is no longer necessary.  It has been more-or-less replaced by a profitability limit that motivates people to not waste blockchain bandwidth, and miners are now reliably dropping transactions that don't pay fees. 


Before raising the block size, you use every possible mean to skrink the size of each TX, that's why Bitcoin has much more TX per block, including when BSV has bigger blocks.

26 sept 2019 is the perfect example.


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October 04, 2019, 08:46:05 AM
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Rusty STAPLES.


Well if CSW's handiwork in the fraudulent evidence department so far is anything to go by they'll likely be proven to have come out of the factory in 2014.


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October 04, 2019, 08:50:25 AM
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Rusty STAPLES.


Well if CSW's handiwork in the fraudulent evidence department so far is anything to go by they'll likely be proven to have come out of the factory in 2014.

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October 04, 2019, 09:16:07 AM
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Well if CSW's handiwork in the fraudulent evidence department so far is anything to go by they'll likely be proven to have come out of the factory in 2014.

My prediction for this phase of his slow ruin is that Craigy's dear old mum will report under oath that he didn't actually learn to read or write until 2015. And he still can't count beyond the number three.

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October 04, 2019, 04:16:15 PM
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Wow. Shit just got a whole lot realer, kids. Whatever doubts there were are certainly looking way, way shakier now.



Where do we go from here?

Rusty STAPLES.



Principle of law: one can not create its own evidence.

Satoshi's original WP complete with coffee stains, rusty staples and penned in invisible ink ...


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October 04, 2019, 04:21:25 PM
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Bump, Craig is a fraud.

I see him rather catching all the anno and anarcho frauds who try to do all sorts of illegal stuff with crypto

No wonder they hate him and want him to be called out...



Like impersonating Satoshi
Like plagiarism
Like tax fraud
Like faking diplomas
Like contempt of Court
Like Perjury
Like using fake emails from dead people
Like writing shit about Hal Finney, Martti Malmi and other people
Like filling a blockchain with BS data, the weather blockchain
Like promoting a fork as being Bitcoin

Which blockchain has stored child pronography? -> Bitcoin SV

Well said, except that the last point is an issue that can happen to any blockchain, it's not entirely their fault.
The unnecessary high size limit of blocks surely helps such situations, but just a low quality image would be store-able in most blockchains I suppose.

You are right, as long as the data fits the block size you can put shit in any blockchain. BUT, as you said, on some blockchains you can put 1MB of shit if you can afford the TX cost (very costly on the real Bitcoin), on BSV you can fit 2GB of trash, and they're planning for trash unlimited with their unlimited block size.



Notice that Cryddit employs two spaces after a full stop. Cryddit's goes by Edward as in Snowden.

Cryddit is Ray Dillinger. I am sure you know who that is.



Color me confused ...


Assuming you're Ray Dillinger - is that conversation public anywhere? I don't recall reading it on http://www.mail-archive.com/cryptography%40metzdowd.com/msg10005.html

Uhh, I don't remember ever agreeing to keep it secret, but we didn't talk about it on the list either.  At that time Hal was elbows-deep in the transaction scripting code, and I was checking Satoshi's work on the crypto on the blockchain architecture.  

Finney had a lot to worry about with the transaction scripting and wound up blocking out about a dozen more opcodes than Satoshi had wanted to, but I found essentially nothing wrong with the block structure.  I am still freakin' amazed how tight he got that blockchain design.  

And, yeah, I'm Ray Dillinger.



Interesting - thanks for posting. I always assumed that all of those initial-state decisions had been made *before* Satoshi posted the whitepaper. I guess because of that comment he made in that list thread to the effect of "I'm almost ready to post the code."

It's a little amusing - if bitcoin continues to grow, economists will no doubt be horrified by the levity (relative to an econ committee mtg) with which these decisions were made. Not saying that's a bad thing, or that they weren't rationally through - it actually shows how strong the system is in that there were many possible "reasonable" initial conditions that could've been selected, since the system is largely self-equilibriating anyway.

Re Finney - if he was blocking bitcoin op-codes, I wonder what he would've thought of Ethereum's scripting lang. Smiley


(and I had to ask if you were Ray cuz your early posts on here were signed "Edward")


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October 04, 2019, 04:23:27 PM
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Rusty STAPLES.


Well if CSW's handiwork in the fraudulent evidence department so far is anything to go by they'll likely be proven to have come out of the factory in 2014.

And the coffee stain will be from a Starbucks blend not introduced until 2015.


"My guess would be [Bitcoin] ORANGE pumpkin spice."

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October 04, 2019, 07:54:20 PM
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Rusty STAPLES.


Well if CSW's handiwork in the fraudulent evidence department so far is anything to go by they'll likely be proven to have come out of the factory in 2014.

And the coffee stain will be from a Starbucks blend not introduced until 2015.


"My guess would be [Bitcoin] ORANGE pumpkin spice."

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Not a scam, but the nightmare of any other crypto project in the space?

https://patents.google.com/?assignee=nchain&oq=nchain&dups=language

733 of today, I hear about 700 to come in


Sure, that triggers a lot of trolls,... nearly all

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October 07, 2019, 07:46:50 AM
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I wouldn't be surprised if those patents are filled with plagiarism, like most of the papers Craig has published:

"Anatomy of a fraud — A deep dive into one of Craig Wright’s plagiarized papers” by Sam Williams https://link.medium.com/PlaWifEpA0

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October 07, 2019, 01:02:49 PM
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Not a scam, but the nightmare of any other crypto project in the space?

https://patents.google.com/?assignee=nchain&oq=nchain&dups=language

733 of today, I hear about 700 to come in


Sure, that triggers a lot of trolls,... nearly all

Talking of trolls, it also resembles the behavior of the patent variety.

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While this thread is more about CSW's ongoing attempts to defraud the cryptocurrency community, I was interested in reading more about what Ray Dillinger (Cryddit) had to say about the block size debate, and found some interesting tidbits. Here's a few of his musings on big block forks, from an interview last year:

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Technically speaking, there is not much wrong with any of these forks. They address certain problems in different ways slightly favoring the interests of different groups, but not seriously to anyone’s disadvantage.  None of them was entirely without technical merit.

On the other hand none of them make more than a tiny amount of difference.  None helped with the bandwidth or transaction volume by anything more than a small constant factor, so the problem they were supposedly about solving was not in fact solved, nor even very much affected.

So while none of the proposed changes were objectionable in themselves, there was really no *very* compelling reason for any of them to be implemented.  Each of those ideas is merely a stopgap that pushes the rock down the road another foot or two without moving it out of the way. If you want to move that rock out of the road, you will need a much more powerful idea.

Hint: the "much more powerful idea" isn't limitless blocks.

Edit: he also said this, which was seemingly overlooked by HardFireMiner:

And the technical problem with scale is real.  I haven't seen any worthwhile approach to dealing with it - not the one I suggested nor any of the others.  

Thus, resurrecting Cryddit to support your big blocker argument is just dumb.

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While this thread is more about CSW's ongoing attempts to defraud the cryptocurrency community, I was interested in reading more about what Ray Dillinger (Cryddit) had to say about the block size debate, and found some interesting tidbits. Here's a few of his musings on big block forks, from an interview last year:

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Technically speaking, there is not much wrong with any of these forks. They address certain problems in different ways slightly favoring the interests of different groups, but not seriously to anyone’s disadvantage.  None of them was entirely without technical merit.

On the other hand none of them make more than a tiny amount of difference.  None helped with the bandwidth or transaction volume by anything more than a small constant factor, so the problem they were supposedly about solving was not in fact solved, nor even very much affected.

So while none of the proposed changes were objectionable in themselves, there was really no *very* compelling reason for any of them to be implemented.  Each of those ideas is merely a stopgap that pushes the rock down the road another foot or two without moving it out of the way. If you want to move that rock out of the road, you will need a much more powerful idea.

Hint: the "much more powerful idea" isn't limitless blocks.

According to CSW, a "much more powerful idea" is a weather rock in the middle of the road ...


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https://static.coindesk.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Order-_CSW.pdf

The court documents make it fairly clear.

https://www.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.flsd.521536/gov.uscourts.flsd.521536.284.0.pdf

CSW filed for a 30 day extension before the order is finalized.

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https://www.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.flsd.521536/gov.uscourts.flsd.521536.284.0.pdf

CSW filed for a 30 day extension before the order is finalized.

It was a joint motion, between plaintiff and CSW. Yesterday they made another joint motion, for another 30 days.

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https://www.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.flsd.521536/gov.uscourts.flsd.521536.284.0.pdf

CSW filed for a 30 day extension before the order is finalized.

It was a joint motion, between plaintiff and CSW. Yesterday they made another joint motion, for another 30 days.


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Rusty STAPLES.


Well if CSW's handiwork in the fraudulent evidence department so far is anything to go by they'll likely be proven to have come out of the factory in 2014.

And the coffee stain will be from a Starbucks blend not introduced until 2015.

Hah, classic!

...

Edit: he also said this, which was seemingly overlooked by HardFireMiner:

And the technical problem with scale is real.  I haven't seen any worthwhile approach to dealing with it - not the one I suggested nor any of the others.  

Thus, resurrecting Cryddit to support your big blocker argument is just dumb.

Nice find, i too went down the rabbit hole of that thread and am glad i did. Smiley

Damn I keep getting waylaid and can't catch up on any threads. Cheesy

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October 14, 2019, 07:43:38 AM
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Interesting... I wonder what the settlement is going to be comprised of. No doubt Craig's handlers will engineer it so that he can somehow "save face" in the minds of those who have already drunk the Kool Aid. He will somehow continue the ruse that he is Satoshi into infinity, even if it will only be entertained by ever-reducing slivers of the most mentally feeble of supporters.

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