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>>19046868
Nice shoop. Took me awhile to find the original.

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Based and HeX pilled.

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- there is a random dude involved in cryptography, security and finance all his life who somehow knows most about bitcoin than anyone else, by heart, even early private communications
- despite the early group of bitcoiners being very tight-knit, no one seemd to know about this person
- this person has declared bitcoins in his 2009 tax return, has started several businesses related to crypto and bitcoin, has gotten big loans and tax credits using his bitcoin as a collateral in 2011 onward
- this person (an early miner? Just somsone secretive who randomly knows a lot about bitcoin?) one day decides to dump a ton of his private documents related to bitcoin to a bunch of news outlets and the australian tax office, gets his house raided in return and has to fly the country
- this person somehow manages to convince people who were in touch with the early satoshi (gavin, ian) that he is satoshi without a trace of doubt
- also manages to convince a billionaire to bankroll him indefinitely on his project to bring bitcoin's original vision back, all the while filing multiple patents and whitepapers related to blockchain
- satoshi himself, who came out publicly stating that he was not dorian nakamoto, never said a word about craig not being satoshi.
The likelyhood of this is close to zero. Motives make no sense. Brainlets like you make no sense.

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https://www.courtlistener.com/docket/6309656/457/kleiman-v-wright

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>>18363242
>"In LOO" ID
kek

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>>18233388
Yes Sir it's him. Our village is all in BSV. You good Sir should buy some too.

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https://cryptoslate.com/craig-wright-lies-about-dave-kleimans-death/

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dont buy RLC sirs it is a scam your welcome

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So here's the real crypto bluepill:

Craig Wright is unironically not Satoshi, the real Satoshi Nakamoto always wanted small blocks and segwit, "Peer to peer electronic cash" was simply a purposeful mistranslation of the Japanese. Blockstream - funded by Bilderberg group - saved Bitcoin by refusing to raise the 1mb block cap, preventing the blockchain from becoming cripplingly large. If they had not done this the blockchain could be as large as 500gb today meaning that Bitcoin node operators would have to upgrade from 500gb hard drives and pay for more storage space, ultimately leading to financial ruin and the death of the network.

Bitcoin as a store of value was just the first step, Blockstream is releasing the full version of the Lightning Network in 18 months, this will lead to a revolution in digital gold and decentralisation by routing all payments through Lightning banking nodes off-chain, this is why Blockstream is so intent to lower the block size to 300kb to incentivise adoption.

Back to hash power, as the price and adoption of BTC increases the blocksize will be gradually reduced to 0kb, closing off the blockchain completely, this will move all transactions onto Layer 2 (Layer 3 and 4 are also in development). With all transactions off-chain the greedy miners will have all their power removed and we will never see another hardfork ever again like the hard forking of 'Bitcoin Cash' and later 'Bitcoin SV' by the fraud Craig Wright (they have their own competing blockchain in the works), this will render the BTC protocol completely free from big blocker influence under the tight but decentralised fist of Blockstream.

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do buy RLC please to feed my village
thank u sirs vishnu is thank

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Oh yeah, can't forget to mention the king of them all:
>Muh PAJEETS

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“The existing Visa credit card network processes about 15 million Internet purchases per day worldwide. Bitcoin can already scale much larger than that with existing hardware for a fraction of the cost. It never really hits a scale ceiling.” – Satoshi Nakamoto (April 2009)

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Im all it good Sir.

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>>16853909
because creg is a scammer and youre paid to post

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>>16848830
bitfinex and poloniex. Please short with everything you have

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all in bsv 420 club

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Unironically all in

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Thank you, mera bhaee. Vishnu smiles upon us!

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>>16781993
Utterly based and stiffpilled

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Sirs my cobra is now erectly frozen kindly inform the needful what I must do thank you very much kind sirs

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We have hit 105 rupees sirs

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>>16667035
Nice way of trying to wiggle out of the fact that cumulative PoW is meaningless, but sadly you're still wrong because at some point in the future the miners could create a new genesis block based on an existing UTXO which could just as easily be "bitcoin."
>>16667149
Actually, people like him will throw in the towel earlier than that. All it will take is current PoW/price to flip. He and his ilk won't even wait for cumulative PoW to catch up because it will be obvious at some point that it inevitably will.
More to the point: claims of "most PoW" are meaningless is these kinds of discussions because PoW/price is a lagging indicator.
>>16667202
>It's just your interpretation
I love it when idiots come out and admit right off the bat they have nothing of substance to say

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>>16572558
Stage 2



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