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September 09, 2014, 10:24:35 AM
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This story is fake. Hacker is so dumb person. He didn't understand anything. I am sure that the hacker is from Russia. Russians is traditional dumb persons. Only brute force without any sense of logic. I wish him good luck to find the real id of Satoshi. He will take him some more time Cheesy

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September 09, 2014, 10:25:58 AM
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quite a story, shame on you satoshi to not purging email address before you go to hiding

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September 09, 2014, 10:28:00 AM
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made u look! he he!

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September 09, 2014, 10:29:32 AM
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Why didn't anyone yet translated that top E-mail that's in Chinese? It's dated 6 december 2122 maybe? The date the last bitcoin will be mined? Anyone that could translate what it says? Must be some fun/clue in there. Or did i mis the translation earlier in this thread?

weird thing, it's not correct date sort. Check that, email sorted date order but first mail's date interesting.

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September 09, 2014, 10:31:01 AM
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A lot of hero, legendary, and senior members came out to comment on this thread!  Lots of people showing interest of finding out info about an old friend?

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September 09, 2014, 10:35:34 AM
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Why didn't anyone yet translated that top E-mail that's in Chinese? It's dated 6 december 2122 maybe? The date the last bitcoin will be mined? Anyone that could translate what it says? Must be some fun/clue in there. Or did i mis the translation earlier in this thread?

weird thing, it's not correct date sort. Check that, email sorted date order but first mail's date interesting.

It's simply the newest E-mail sorted on Date on top, so this E-mail from the future must hold something interesting or at least fun. Anyone that can translate this for us? It seems important!
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September 09, 2014, 10:39:44 AM
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September 09, 2014, 10:40:21 AM
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Why didn't anyone yet translated that top E-mail that's in Chinese? It's dated 6 december 2122 maybe? The date the last bitcoin will be mined? Anyone that could translate what it says? Must be some fun/clue in there. Or did i mis the translation earlier in this thread?

weird thing, it's not correct date sort. Check that, email sorted date order but first mail's date interesting.

It's simply the newest E-mail sorted on Date on top, so this E-mail from the future must hold something interesting or at least fun. Anyone that can translate this for us? It seems important!

organizer tab has date of 12

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September 09, 2014, 10:40:22 AM
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Why didn't anyone yet translated that top E-mail that's in Chinese? It's dated 6 december 2122 maybe? The date the last bitcoin will be mined? Anyone that could translate what it says? Must be some fun/clue in there. Or did i mis the translation earlier in this thread?

weird thing, it's not correct date sort. Check that, email sorted date order but first mail's date interesting.

It's simply the newest E-mail sorted on Date on top, so this E-mail from the future must hold something interesting or at least fun. Anyone that can translate this for us? It seems important!

The email is indeed from December 2122. The subject line says the last Bitcoin block has been found, all Bitcoins have been mined.
The subject line also states the Bitcoin price in USD, which is 298 followed by a lot of zero

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September 09, 2014, 10:41:35 AM
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Why didn't anyone yet translated that top E-mail that's in Chinese? It's dated 6 december 2122 maybe? The date the last bitcoin will be mined? Anyone that could translate what it says? Must be some fun/clue in there. Or did i mis the translation earlier in this thread?

weird thing, it's not correct date sort. Check that, email sorted date order but first mail's date interesting.

It's simply the newest E-mail sorted on Date on top, so this E-mail from the future must hold something interesting or at least fun. Anyone that can translate this for us? It seems important!

The email is indeed from December 2122. The subject line says the last Bitcoin block has been found, all Bitcoins have been mined.
The subject line also states the Bitcoin price in USD, which is 298 followed by a lot of zero

chinese writing?

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September 09, 2014, 10:48:38 AM
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google translate:

delivery only 298 yuan point like a pen, pen camera yan li pu, i eventually lead to better test the election market tou shoot camera 1+dv

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September 09, 2014, 10:51:31 AM
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google translate:

delivery only 298 yuan point like a pen, pen camera yan li pu, i eventually lead to better test the election market tou shoot camera 1+dv

Thanks, appreciate it, so its just a spam-message.
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September 09, 2014, 10:54:04 AM
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I didn't have the patience to read all of those 19 pages, but does that mean that any information about who is satoshi nakamoto is IRL could be found?

English <-> Brazilian Portuguese translations
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September 09, 2014, 10:56:19 AM
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I didn't have the patience to read all of those 19 pages, but does that mean that any information about who is satoshi nakamoto is IRL could be found?

No.
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September 09, 2014, 11:13:15 AM
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If Satoshi was alive and was trying to be anonymous:

- he would have changed all of his passwords, after finding out that his accounts were compromised back when the "I am not ..." mesage was posted.
- after all this gmx mess, he would certainly have more reason to change his passwords and let the people know that it was not him sending the messages, but a random hacker.
- he would have deleted all emails that could compromise him and he would have changed the secondary email.
- he would have changed his email accounts and never would use his old ones anymore.

This story on wired.com: http://www.wired.com/2014/09/satoshi/ also says, that the hacker knows Satoshi's identity and that he was actually knowing that SN is still alive and that SN was still using his satoshin gmx account after his disappearance.

So,

If Satoshi was dead

- it explains why he never moved a Satoshi from his wallet after disappearance
- it explains why he suddenly stopped all of his activity
- it explains why he never changed his passwords after beeing compromised by hackers

I pretty much believe that SN died back in the days when he disappeared suddenly.

Interesting is, that in both occasions, the "I am not ..." posting AND this wired article is indicating that Satoshi Nakamoto is still alive.

Some Questions:

If SN was actually dead, why would the hacker do what he is doing after compromising his accounts a long time ago?

How could a hacker, that doesn't seem to act very smart, hack into Satoshis email account after hordes of hackers worldwide were trying this for years?


All this p2pfoundation hack AND hacking gmx AND the wired story about selling Satoshis identity for 12000USD makes no sense to me. He could get ALOT more from SN if he really knows his identity and SN was alive and trying to hide. Is he really that dumb?

Doesn't it look a lot more like sombody is desperately trying to let the people think, that Satoshi Nakamoto was still alive?

Wait, let me put my tinfoilhat on, before I continue .....................................................



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September 09, 2014, 11:13:47 AM
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A lot of hero, legendary, and senior members came out to comment on this thread!  Lots of people showing interest of finding out info about an old friend?

Only Legendary members could have known Satoshi.
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September 09, 2014, 11:29:07 AM
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http://www.businessinsider.com.au/hackers-threaten-to-reveal-identity-of-bitcoin-creator-2014-9

Hackers Have Somehow Gained Control Of Satoshi Nakamoto's Email Account, And Are Threatening To Reveal His Identity

Business insider just ran this.

hacker talks tough.

who bets this "hack" is the reason to nuke Bitcoin?

hope you don't get "hitmaned" Theymos.

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September 09, 2014, 11:30:42 AM
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A lot of hero, legendary, and senior members came out to comment on this thread!  Lots of people showing interest of finding out info about an old friend?

Only Legendary members could have known Satoshi.


Most don't as he "left" (well officially) pretty early. I signed up quite a bit after that.
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September 09, 2014, 11:36:17 AM
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I wonder if he had any information regarding any of his private keys stored on his email account.

I checked GMX TOS and it doesn't say anything about accounts being automatically closed after a certain amount of time inactive. It does say that they are able to close your account for any or no reason.



That would be utterly insane if he had anything pertaining to his private keys stored in his inbox.   That would be serious bad news...

He wouldn't be soliciting BTC25 or presumably selling dox in darknet if that were the case.

I doubt even the master account had the real info of Satoshi. If it were, the hacker could have worked something out with him directly, considering there would be other ways to reach out to him with that info e.g he is one of the famous cryptographers/academician/GCHQ employee  etc.
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September 09, 2014, 11:38:11 AM
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A dump would be so brutal lol. I'm ready to buy.

i'll buy somewhere under 50c in case of hard fork.

if not maybe 10c ?

hell its worthless now you may as well hope that this is the game plan. (if you hold a lot)

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