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November 15, 2022, 07:17:37 PM
Last edit: December 04, 2022, 10:22:42 PM by casinotester0001
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I want to know if people from the early days of Bitcoin who mined are still here. If you want, you can post here a signature for the text "bitcointalk" with your oldest key so we can check who has/had the oldest mined Bitcoin. Even when the coins were sent (empty address), you can post the signature for that address.
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November 15, 2022, 07:18:23 PM
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November 26, 2022, 11:23:02 PM
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This is the oldest signature  Smiley  (please post if you have a signature with an older address)

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-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
1E9YwDtYf9R29ekNAfbV7MvB4LNv7v3fGa
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1NChfewU45oy7Dgn51HwkBFSixaTnyakfj
HCsBcgB+Wcm8kOGMH8IpNeg0H4gjCrlqwDf/GlSXphZGBYxm0QkKEPhh9DTJRp2IDNUhVr0FhP9qCqo2W0recNM=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
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November 26, 2022, 11:58:43 PM
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I want to know if people from the early days of Bitcoin who mined are still here. If you want, you can post here a signature for the text "bitcointalk" with your oldest key so we can check who has/had the oldest mined Bitcoin. Even when the coins were sent, you can post the signature for that address.
Yeah, for what reasons? Why would anyone will just agree to post their signed message and especially their wallet address here. Can you give more reasons?
Well, about having the oldest mined bitcoin here seems like doesn't exist already, not unless its theymos, or other OG here. But i rarely see OG members here so i don't think there still kne here.

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November 27, 2022, 12:37:19 AM
Last edit: November 27, 2022, 01:06:18 AM by mynonce
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Yeah, for what reasons?
Maybe OP is inviting Satoshi?  ...cheked this signature:  Huh


This is the oldest signature  Smiley  (please post if you have a signature with an older address)
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-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
1E9YwDtYf9R29ekNAfbV7MvB4LNv7v3fGa
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
1NChfewU45oy7Dgn51HwkBFSixaTnyakfj
HCsBcgB+Wcm8kOGMH8IpNeg0H4gjCrlqwDf/GlSXphZGBYxm0QkKEPhh9DTJRp2IDNUhVr0FhP9qCqo2W0recNM=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Satoshi?
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November 27, 2022, 01:39:16 AM
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address above holds no balance.. funny people didnt even bother veryfying it

also if you sign an address. dont just sign the address by using the address as a message. or a broad meaningless message like this forum "bitcointalk"(facepalm)

because then someone will just go somewhere else and make a reason to say "ok im gonna prove im a early adopter and a forum user ill sign a message now (in the future) of funds early mined and ill use the message "bitcointalk"

and they then just copy your signature.. thus pretending they own your coins.. which is them trying to pretend they have false collateral and also that they are false early adopters

if you are going to sign a message include your username so that if someone else copy/pastes the signature pretending they own those coins. they have to explain why the message says "property of forum username onesignature" rather and a blanket message of just "bitcointalk"

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November 27, 2022, 01:53:33 AM
Last edit: November 27, 2022, 02:08:22 AM by mynonce
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im gonna prove im a early adopter
This is not an early adopter. It is early-early-early adopter ... January 2009 (~second week after Bitcoin was released)
Could be Satoshi, and that is no joke.

address above holds no balance..
yes, the message is an empty address, but it doesn't matter. Who can use this address other than the signer?
Who can create such a signature? Satoshi?
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November 27, 2022, 04:50:09 AM
Last edit: November 27, 2022, 05:06:03 AM by pooya87
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About two years ago more than a hundred early day miners signed a message from their corresponding addresses calling Craig Wright (aka faketoshi) a liar and a scammer. You can find the addresses and their signatures in this topic: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5250960.0

address above holds no balance.. funny people didnt even bother veryfying it
The message contains an unused address. However the signature verifies against pubkey used in 1NChfewU45oy7Dgn51HwkBFSixaTnyakfj which is a used address that received reward for block 1018.
There is a lot of shady things about this whole thing though but what you said isn't one of them.

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November 27, 2022, 09:57:09 AM
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About two years ago more than a hundred early day miners signed a message from their corresponding addresses calling Craig Wright (aka faketoshi) a liar and a scammer. You can find the addresses and their signatures in this topic: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5250960.0
Yes, that was exactly what I did too. Checked some addresses in the list, but the oldest I found was from December 2009. The signature in the example above is from January 2009. Years ago there was someone here on bitcointalk who mined block ~2000 and that was the oldest what was known.

Now this signature from January 2009  Huh  Maybe someone knows more?
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December 02, 2022, 07:15:12 PM
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Is the above address related to the Patoshi mining set? I assume not, but would be cool if someone could check.
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December 02, 2022, 09:16:10 PM
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There was one signature here, block was around 12k, but this is way earlier.
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December 02, 2022, 10:58:17 PM
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This is the oldest signature  Smiley  (please post if you have a signature with an older address)

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-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
1E9YwDtYf9R29ekNAfbV7MvB4LNv7v3fGa
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
1NChfewU45oy7Dgn51HwkBFSixaTnyakfj
HCsBcgB+Wcm8kOGMH8IpNeg0H4gjCrlqwDf/GlSXphZGBYxm0QkKEPhh9DTJRp2IDNUhVr0FhP9qCqo2W0recNM=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----

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December 02, 2022, 11:27:00 PM
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There was one signature here, block was around 12k, but this is way earlier.
Yes, earlier ... only few days after Bitcoin started.

But it gets better: these mined coins were transferred in 2011 (txid 567a9a7f9191db644a09985fad113dd6ee770eac69454317430e694305be9c56)
Whoever created that transaction (39 inputs) had private keys of addresses that mined earlier than the above mentioned address. Three years ago they were talking about transactions that are connected, and this is one of these:
How to know who is Satoshi Nakamoto or the Bitcoin Cinderella shoe. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5159407.0

The message in the signature (Bitcoin address 1E9YwDtYf9R29ekNAfbV7MvB4LNv7v3fGa) has recently incoming transactions. People testing/want to know something  Smiley
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December 03, 2022, 12:23:34 AM
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This is the oldest signature  Smiley  (please post if you have a signature with an older address)

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-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
1E9YwDtYf9R29ekNAfbV7MvB4LNv7v3fGa
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
1NChfewU45oy7Dgn51HwkBFSixaTnyakfj
HCsBcgB+Wcm8kOGMH8IpNeg0H4gjCrlqwDf/GlSXphZGBYxm0QkKEPhh9DTJRp2IDNUhVr0FhP9qCqo2W0recNM=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
This address is included in the transaction input of txid 567a9a7f9191db644a09985fad113dd6ee770eac69454317430e694305be9c56

and some of these too.


 Huh

source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/andygreenberg/2014/03/25/satoshi-nakamotos-neighbor-the-bitcoin-ghostwriter-who-wasnt/
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December 03, 2022, 12:30:33 AM
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I can sign with an address from 2014, but that isn't old enough  Tongue

That signature you got there from 2011 is really nice because it was an address used to mine a block and get the 50btc reward at that time, is weird to see a signed message with those old addresses, so, thanks for sharing it, and would be nice if you can provide the source.

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December 03, 2022, 12:49:39 AM
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I mean, technically speaking satoshi (and maybe Hal) has the oldest mined Bitcoin in this forum. The exact number of addresses they owned is unknown, I won't be surprised if they spread their holding over several addresses and never move it again due to various reasons. Even if they are still active here, I don't think they want to get unnecessary attention by posting their addresses OP.

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December 03, 2022, 12:02:00 PM
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I want to know if people from the early days of Bitcoin who mined are still here. If you want, you can post here a signature for the text "bitcointalk" with your oldest key so we can check who has/had the oldest mined Bitcoin. Even when the coins were sent, you can post the signature for that address.
Yeah, for what reasons?
Maybe they are testing a new 'NFT' within the Bitcoin blockchain where old (empty) Bitcoin addresses are the 'NFTs'.

Someone may want to convert old BTC addresses into NFT and sell them for large amounts later, this idea may achieve great profits after 10 years have passed, as these old addresses become of archaeological value as they are old Bitcoin addresses.
In this case, it does not matter whether you own the private key or not, because this address will not be used to send or receive bitcoins, but only as an NFT.
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This is the oldest signature  Smiley  (please post if you have a signature with an older address)

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-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
1E9YwDtYf9R29ekNAfbV7MvB4LNv7v3fGa
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
1NChfewU45oy7Dgn51HwkBFSixaTnyakfj
HCsBcgB+Wcm8kOGMH8IpNeg0H4gjCrlqwDf/GlSXphZGBYxm0QkKEPhh9DTJRp2IDNUhVr0FhP9qCqo2W0recNM=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----

Many of these coins arrived at Mt Gox in 2013. See proof from blockchain analytics software.

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Does anyone have access to the old Mt. Gox records?

If so, owner of 1JWgqCduauH2dBQZ3WE6TN5e2pFtRMGHNr potentially holds the key to finding out who owned these funds.

Also, 400 BTC of these block rewards were deposited to Bitstamp.net to 17jz6XcXP2LPqS8gYmT2pkNJocUDzbpQuM.  They should have owner information on that address.

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This is the oldest signature  Smiley  (please post if you have a signature with an older address)

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-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
1E9YwDtYf9R29ekNAfbV7MvB4LNv7v3fGa
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
1NChfewU45oy7Dgn51HwkBFSixaTnyakfj
HCsBcgB+Wcm8kOGMH8IpNeg0H4gjCrlqwDf/GlSXphZGBYxm0QkKEPhh9DTJRp2IDNUhVr0FhP9qCqo2W0recNM=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
What's the meaning of the message? "1E9YwDtYf9R29ekNAfbV7MvB4LNv7v3fGa" is just an address with ~2mBTC. Could you sign another message? Preferably this one: "Today is December 4th, 2022, and I sign for topic #5421158". Also, money sent to "1NChfewU45oy7Dgn51HwkBFSixaTnyakfj" were paid in public key (block 1,018), so I'd expect a public key instead of an address. How did you end up with the address anyway (I've checked blockchair, and you're right; I just don't understand the point of this conversion).

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