A few days ago, Craig Wright's court case posted a redacted document where Craig described his involvement in bringing down a crime boss.https://www.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.flsd.521536/gov.uscourts.flsd.521536.187.0.pdfMost of the mentions were censored, but they missed one on page 4 (a footnote carried over from page 3). Over the last few days I've been re-reading all of the documents I can get my hands on, and I've figured it out.Here's the real crypto black pill: Bitcoin was a project of a evil genius whose full name is Paul Solotshi Calder Le Roux. He intended it simply for the purpose of money laundering (a use case which is clearly seeing fruition even today with the likes of Crypto Capital). Unfortunately, soon after he went quiet with the Satoshi identity, he was captured by law enforcement, and he's going to spend the rest of his life rotting in jail cell.But how does Craig Wright fit into all this? continued ...
(pic related: the unredacted footnote)Craig Wright was an employee of Le Roux, who was vaguely aware of the bitcoin project. Craig was an informant who helped bring down Le Roux, and after his arrest, Craig managed (via long time friend and partner in crime, Dave Kleiman) to get his hands on the wallets that hold a million bitcoins, but unfortunately for Craig, all of Solotshi's coins are locked away in secure TrueCrypt volumes (TrueCrypt being another software that Le Roux developed). He has been trying for years to crack them but with no success.Another of Craig's long time friends, Calvin Ayre, has set up warehouses of computers to try to crack Solotshi's password and unlock the vast fortunes; his mining activity is simply a front to make these massive datacenters look legitimate. Craig is being set up as 'the real satoshi' so that when the coins are finally unlocked, they can legitimately sell them off.
>>13616434>crack TrueCryptGood luck to CSW, if Paul is Satoshi Nakamoto for real, it’s literally impossible for him to decrypt a TrueCrypt partition and the wallet.dat password.Probably Paul was the most paranoid person on the planet.
>>13616581>most paranoid person on planet>life in prisonwas getting caught part of his master plan?
>>13616424>Solotshiwhere are u getting this fake news name
>>13616424>>13616434>>13616758i always knew satoshi was a mullet type of guy
>a Rhodesian created BitcoinAbsolutely fucking based if true.
>>13616424I just finished reading a book about this guy, what a crazy fucker
>>13616665I doubt if he's getting life in prison with all of the valuable info he's given the US govt. He may even be getting released soon
>>13616581Yeah I agree, but Craig thinks he can do it (and tricked Calvin into funding his operation). Here he is talking to Dave's brother about cracking the files (lying about who they are originally from, of course).https://www.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.flsd.521536/gov.uscourts.flsd.521536.1.21.pdf
>>13616424Kek this is the first time that Le Roux is discussed in /biz/ and it is a big surprise for me. I'm currently reading the mastermind book and I must say he was a real genious.I doubt it also that he is going to rot in jail, that guy knows so much valuable information that he will get a new identity
>>13616424go away greg
>>13616424Bitcoin was the creation of ultra high IQ(160 IQ minimum) zionist game theorists to undermine and destroy the nation states and begin the transition to pure globalism
>>13616950This Le Roux guy has ties to israeli intelligence, coincidence?
>>13616424This theory is actually incredibly good as it explains a lot. As the creator of TrueCrypt he would certainly have the technical knowledge to create Bitcoin and as you said, Satoshi stopped posting roughly 1 year before LeRoux was arrested by DEA agents. From what I read about him, he was also obsessed with ways of laundering money from his illegal activities.
ok OP, you've had your fun with your little conspiracy theory. you are wrong about everything. you will find out the truth over the next year. for now I cannot say more. I suggest you delete this if its not too late.
>>13616950why the FUCK would he create a permanent ledger that can be tracked? are u retarded or something?
>>13616818>i always knew satoshi was a mullet type of guy>>13617084
>realhttps://gotsatoshi.com/sell sell sell
Guys....what the fuck, this document is new how did this anon in December nail this?
>>13616424good find op
>Rhodesian NEET turned multimillionaire genius criminal mastermind that hates niggers created BitcoinFucking poetic
>>13617177Checked and fucking keked
>>13617177And he had an asian waifu
>>13616950and that's a good thing
>>13616424Question though, why isn't Craig scared he is open for a hit considering Paul La Roux's previous dealings? I sure ordering a hit from prison isn't beyond his capabilities.
>>13617290craig might be doing his publicity stunt for the very reason to avoid being killed. Its much more hard to kill publicly know person
>>13617290>I sure ordering a hit from prison isn't beyond his capabilities.He is basically working for the US govt and they monitor all of his communications. He's not going to be ordering any hits if he wants to get out any time soon
>>13617177>People who later worked for Le Roux, at his call centers and other businesses, had told me he was often openly racist. But it was still surprising to see the level of vitriol that Le Roux would attach to his real name. “People like you should be rounded up, castrated, then shot,” he wrote in response to someone who accused him of racism for asserting that Asians should be “screened out” of the country “for DNA defects.” He continued, “Whats more your sperm could be used to create the ultimate germ weapon. Simply impregnate a countries woman, and within 20 years, you will have a race of ‘people’, which by all accounts, are capable only of collecting the dole.”Based and dare I say, redpilled
>>13617148https://warosu.org/biz/thread/12122959Here is the thread
>>13616913That book is very good. If he gets extradited there's no chance the public ever sees him again. Hiring FFL and mercs to run gold and buy property all over the world. He was wheeling and dealing.
>truecryptTruecrypt is backdoored and compromised. Three guesses by whom
>>13617390>If he gets extradited there's no chance the public ever sees him againextradited to where? He was arrested in Liberia in 2012 by DEA agents and brought to the US where he has been in jail ever since
>>13617328If you think about it, a Rhodesian is a good fit for the life experiences of developing a severe mistrust of government after what the nigs did when turning it into the shithole known as Zimbabwe.
What's going on in this thr OH SHIT
>>13617078You brainlet. Everyone could have had the idea of bitcoin. You don't need to be a coder to design it. You only need a coder actually code it (Dave)
>>13617148who was this anon?
>>13617462he was a coder you retard
>>13617475Meaning you would ask him to code your idea as you yourself are bad coder.Comon it's easy. Craig had the idea and he asked the best crypto coders to develop it.
>>13617443Rhodesia was the white genocide prototype and the similar plan is happening in the west today. this La Roux guy laid the foundation(pic related) to destroy the nation states and western governments via bitcoin, but my theory is after he created it he was usurped by the zionists as he made the mistake of working with Mossad with his criminal empire, he became greedy and decadent and was a flawed human and the 160 IQ+ zionist game theorists outsmarted him because of their extremely long time preferences(their plans have been in the making for thousands of years). Bitcoin will destroy the nation states ability to tax the population and will usher in the final world government leading to the biblical end times and return of Jesus Christ
>>13617462>calls me a brainlet>literally fucking retarded
>>13617462Craig still isn’t Satoshi
>>13617490jesus faketoshi fags are retarded
>>13617504Don't you get it?If you are a fucking butcher and get the idea of a proof of work system you will ask a coder to build it for you.Therefore beeing a crypto coder doesn't make you more likely the person designing Bitcoin.
>money laundering>using a public ledgerwew lol
>>13617534They just need a new narrative.
>>13617503OP is definitely onto something. This will get slid so badly by glow in the darks. Basically if Paul La Roux is under US custody, the implication is that the US government has access to the Satoshi wallets.
>>13617490You have a monkey IQ, any coder or student can relate.You have an idea, you implement it, then your boss at work says to the upper management and clients : “I had this idea and I asked a coder to do it”. The same thing happens always in academic environments when a student has a brilliant idea and the professor steal it.
That actually makes perfect senseStill no proof tho
>>13617472he is talking about the latest release of truecrypt, which probably is compromised. 7.1a is still secure.TrueCrypt Setup 7.1a.exeE95ECA399DFE95500C4DE569EFC4CC77B75E2B66A864D467DF37733EC06A0FF2unfortunately it doesn't play way with UEFI motherboards or non MBR disks so it isn't as reliable for system/whole disk encryption these days. luckily VeraCrypt seems like a fine continuation of TrueCrypt.VeraCrypt Setup 1.23-Hotfix-2.exeD55C26807A591643DD4C21AC0FFAAA733AAFA52307D36ED9A95ED0A5EF35E4FEif trust isn't placed in VeraCrypt at least TrueCrypt 7.1a can still be used for encrypted file containers on modern hardware
>>13617534I never understood the whole "bitcoin can't be used for money laundering because public ledger" argument. The transactions might be public but that doesn't mean it can easily be tied to a specific person. It is incredibly easy to make BTC transactions impossible to trace to anyone, much easier than using banking systems.
>>13617561It's more likely that someone with background in law and economics created bitcoin than a pure coder.If you let a coder develop a system like bitcoin on its own, you get BCH and a thousand other similar shitcoins.
>>13617556This is a bold statement. I think the hate of Paul for US is stronger than tortured and abuses. He knows he will never have access to the BTC again, imagine giving up the perfect creation to US.It’s like asking Wikileaks private key to Assange. NEVER GONNA HAPPEN
Ok... I don't know what to do with this information. Short bitcoin? What else?
how do i profit from this?
>>13617566Thx, I already use this version
>>13617569Anything that can be used as a store of value can be used to launder money/value.
Can someone tweet Faketoshi a picture of Neet La Roux's face?The court docs say he fears for his life if his associates find out he was involved in their apprehension topkek
>>13617090Because thats globalism you retard
>>13617579No, you are just delusional
>>13616434Show all.it could be a footnote giving example of why hiding information.The passage with the footnote and the whole footnote. Otherwise I call it bullshit
>>13617569If you want true anonymity, start buying fresh coins from miners at a small premium. They will do it if you're nice and not suspicious/pushy
>>13617648No, you are.The genius thing about bitcoin is not that it's a virtual coin (there has been many before bitcoin) but that it works inside law.It works cause it's legal (law) and has incentives for miners (economic) and finnaly someone coded it (coder).A coder without knowledge in law and economics could not have designed bitcoin.A person with knowledge in law and economics without beeing a (professional) coder could have designed it.Face it, that's the reality
Btw the partial URL linked in the footnote is this:https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2890164/Revealed-successful-criminal-mastermind-ve-never-heard-real-life-Bond-villain-cocaine-gun-empire-spanning-four-continents-s-turned-super-snitch.html
Copy pasta from a pol archive I found Is Paul Le Roux /ourguy/?https://magazine.atavist.com/the-mastermind>orphan white racist from Rhodesia>talented student, not really into sports>kinda NEET at first, since he was into computers, didn't get a university degree and was self-taught>anti-authoritarian >entrepreneurial>got caught selling pornography at a ripe age of 16>dabbled with encryption (created and/or was part of creating E4M and TrueCrypt)>created an elaborate set up to sell prescription pills in the US and made millions, if not billions while at it>expanded into illegal logging, gold, drug and other types of smuggling operations>warehouses and condos in Hong Kong and Philippines full of gold and other precious metals>funding militias in Somalia, to use it as a base to conquer Seychelles or Maldives>fucked 9/10 jungle gooks, while calling them monkeys into their faces, in his apartment complexes in Philippines, living his life like the international criminal kingpin he was, protected by the bought local police and politicians>literally became the guy BEHIND the Jews>you fuck with him, his team of highly trained globally active assassins will come after youI didn't find any existing thread about him on 4chan and the information about him is really scarce. Does anybody have any more data about the guy and his endeavors or any stuff linked to him for that matter?
What is going to happen is bitcoin is going to moon hard. Western citizens are being taxed into oblivion and soon will simply say "fuck it" and stop using fiat because of the excessive taxes on EVERY transaction. Along with the pension ponzi, mass immigration ponzi, and central bank ponzi bond market the entire financial system will explode creating a death spiral for the western nation states who will be desperate for income and start jacking up the taxes to even more absurd levels creating a stampede for bitcoin as assets such as real estate, bonds, and stocks start the waterfall declines. Third worlders will naturally adopt bitcoin as they have no faith in their own corrupt governments. In a desperate attempt to save themselves the nation states will hand over power to a world government that promises to crack down on the bitcoin revolution, the very thing that promises to save the nation states will also completely destroy any sovereignty they once had. After this is comes the NWO endgame world government.
>>13616758Did you even read what you just posted? That was a fake name he used for the diplomatic passport.
>>13617694Fuck you BSV faggot, BTC is born in anarchy
>>13617711A key is to dig into his political beliefs. He was an active Usenet poster back in the 90s, we need to go through archives to see the type of boomer memes he shitposted with to guage plausability.
>>13617726No, that's a real passport that he paid an official from the Congo to get. That's his real name.
>>13617711>literally became the guy BEHIND the JewsHis fatal mistake was underestimating the 160+ IQ zionist game theorists Now he is locked up and the zionists own all his bitcoins
>>13617084Who is this?
>>13617746Sorry for bursting your bubble.
>>13617839Craig Wright claims to be a lawyer. Satoshi claimed he wasn’t a lawyer. Sorry to burst your bubble
>>13617746Undeniably based as fuck
There are some interesting circumstantial connections to Satoshi:Considered to be a "brilliant" programmer with a strong C++ background - Most people would call you crazy if you attempted to put a 6 billion dollar prize behind an internet facing application without memory safetyAuthor of crypto/privacy software - E4M and possibly TrueCrypt written in C++Experience hiding identity both online and offMillionaire - Satoshi never converted any of his btc fortuneAnti-authoritarianUnderstands the benefits of digital currency - Has millions of dollars stacked in boxesUnderstands the payment problem - Illegal prescription drug marketplacesHas an interest in internet gambling software - The first version of btc actually had some code for a marketplace and poker: http://imgur.com/a/NPiIsMultifocal - Satoshi vanished around April 23 2011 to "move on to other things"South African spelling/phrasing - analyse, colour, defence, bloody hard
Very intradesting. I think I am going to compare the Truecrypt code to the Bitcoin release and see if there are any similarities in style.
>>13617986Seems high IQ enough to avoid using similar coding styles to cover his tracks desu but worth a shot
>>13617746>BTC is born in anarchyIf you had an understanding of law/economics you would see that it fits so well into the current world yet doesn't break any laws...like its NOT a security!ORThis complex system was put together b/c 'It just works'So yea, it was created out of anarchy BUT an Anarchist who understood the system!
>>13618182I just skimmed through both codebases and there is nothing in common. Truecrypt code was clean af and the original Bitcoin was a nasty horrible piece of shit. I seriously doubt these projects had any authors in common.
>>13618293Post truecrpt code
>>13617148>>13617359>>13617463>the true crypto blackpill is that bitcoin is a money laundering ponzi>whales also manipulate the market by sending coded messages to each other in transactionshttps://qz.com/1259524/mmm-and-bitcoin-russian-ponzi-mastermind-sergei-mavrodi-is-dead-but-his-legacy-lives-on-in-crypto/https://bitinfocharts.com/bitcoin/address/1MavrodizxWNx9gguZzDUKBeHehfhy1goX
>>13617717Non sequitur.After that comes magic ancapia. My dick is already hard.
>>13618293Might be better off checking the 1.0 source code:https://github.com/FreeApophis/TrueCrypt/commits/master?after=bc57fd6ce0e7f8f0817f5eebbb79aea1809863e9+34
>>13617418No it isn't. That's why they shut it down. Fucking brainlet
>>13618400It was already not completely his code, better E4M as a reference
>>13618340whats that wallet for?
>>13618501Agree. Source here (amazingly the zip links work -- thanks wayback!)https://web.archive.org/web/20010202174200/http://www.e4m.net/
>>13618400Thanks, check out if you search his email <email@example.com> from his code comments. Pulls up a lot of shit.
>>13617717>things that will never happen. The postLMAOing @ your life.
>>13618505>whats that wallet for?the crypto blackpill
>Satoshi was humble and kind, always posting nice things and helping others.. there's no way he was a shitposting aussie named Craig>Satoshi was a literal hardcore nigger-hating serial murdering international drug/human/weapons smugglerwew, anybody but Craig eh
>>13618572Redpill me on that specific wallet though
>>13618293>Comapring an already known highly contributed software code with 0.1 alpha version internet magic money codebase
>>13618587it's part of the network of whale addresses that send messages to each other before pumps and dumps
>>13618666based how do i profit of this as a brainlet with 0.2 btc
Fuck Craig.He will fail.
>>13618550>https://web.archive.org/web/20010202174200/http://www.e4m.net/also graphology: https://web.archive.org/web/20001204164900fw_/http://www.e4m.net/pol.html
>>13616424anything what this faketoshi piece of shit posts is trash and lies.just another card trying to play out that bitcoin was created by the crime guys just to give it a dark image, what a fucking scumbag piece of shitfuck him and everyone who supports this clown
>>13618713You read anything reddit retard?
Stop Mining BSV and dump it now.
>>13616424His fuckin wikipedia story is lit tho. Straight gangster. Wonder why there's not a single movie about him. Kingpin
>>13618697That politics page is nice, pretty generic cypherpunk type shit but can easily see the link with Satoshi's views.I'll keep digging also.
>>13618523he has an other email for e4m source code copyright: firstname.lastname@example.org code is very different, e4m is pure C, it seems very different from btc 0.1.0 to me
shit, I believe this now
>>13617123what is this?
>>13618666Any known addresses from this alleged group?
>>13618769One good thing to do would be to trace Satoshi's commit activity versus time zones of the places Paul Le Roux was holed up in. Brasil, Thailand etc.
There's very little real evidence to support this guy being Satoshi... That being said there's an equally tiny amount to support Craig being Satoshi. I'll take the racist criminal over the homosexual statist.
>>13618877Satoshi normally was active EST
>>13616424move into bitg with same cap (21M)https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2827989.680
>>13618582This is the place to be. The very fact that the beginning of bitcoin began in the criminal world of the darknet (Silk Road). Means a lot.Even on this fact, Satoshi was not a good decent citizen. Whose first users invention - bitcoin, traded in drugs and weapons.
>>13618877Satoshi commits are very "stable" and he was clearly sleeping well at night.I doubt Paul had such quiet life.
One of the things to consider is that if you are a straight mfing G like Paul then you can just get some guys to write your project for you. Why trouble yourself writing the code if you can just pay from your drug revenue. The prerelease Bitcoin code had mentions of a marketplace and poker. Those two things are pretty much proof that Bitcoin had criminal motivations as its inception.https://imgur.com/a/NPiIsAnybody know if Paul was into poker?
>>13619002There are people in this world that create things on their own for a feeling of accomplishment. This is something that is lost on people such as yourself
im just here to fart in the threadPPPROOOOTTTT
The Times 03/Jan/2009 Chancellor on brink of second bailout for banks.Paul ?
>>13619002pic related is from wikipedia
>>13619049THISno way the coding part was commissioned, Bitcoin was a privacy milestone, such things cannot be buyed by money
>>13616950>ultra high IQ zionist game theoristsWow, those guys sure are busy.
>>13619096There are too many coincidences
>>13619002You also "mine" bitcoin and this guy was literally running gold mining operations
>>13618582What are the chances that Satoshi was Terry? When satoshi 'moved onto other thigs' was Terry speaking of TempleOS? Did his schizo get worse by that time? True if Big!
>>13619112Unless you already had 100s of millions of dollars worth of illegally acquired assets and were already associated with highly intelligent people in the cypherpunk community. I could see how a guy like paul would be very interested in putting something like BTC together, and i could also see why it was so easy for government agencies to hijack his project, because he was already in bed with them, this shit was rigged from the start.
>>13617694>You need to have a background in X, Y, and Z to grasp their basic concepts!The oracle problem was solved by a Bic Mac addict with a Psychology degree.
>>13619292>with a Psychology degreekek it will be a Transgender AfroAmerican History degree next month
Pfff it's all so tiresome...I think it's time to go to sleep
Reading this guy's wiki... he has the coding chops, and he has the background, but I don't know about whether he's a good 'character' fit for what we know about Satoshi... then again, we don't know much anyway.
>>13618697>No one is saying that child pornographers should not be stoppedcringed and bluepilledhe is NOT satoshiI repeat, he is NOT satoshiI have it in good authority that he was a child molester
>>13619394Redpill: Paul is Vitalik
>>13619366You don't need coding skills to design bitcoin. They help, but they are not necessary to DESIGN a system like Bitcoin. You need understanding of cryptography, law and economics.Then you hire or ask coders.Craig is a generalist but not a professional coder. That's why he asked Dave Kleiman to help him code his idea.That's why Ira Kleiman is sueing Craig at the moment for half of the tulips coins.The court case is about whether Dave and Craig were in a legal partnership creating bitcoin or not.Craig says Dave helped him without beeing a partner.And you fags still don't get it.Soon BTC has to rename it's shitcoin as Craig will claim Bitcoin name for BSV in court. You suckers will miss to fomo it at 25k because Greg Maxwell will tell you more fairly tales.
>>13617627okay guys lets do this. If i learned one thing from doxxing people. If you get close to them they will close all their social media accounts. :3 Lets just post those pictures to craig without any more information, and lets check if he behaves strangely.
>>13616434Why should we believe ANYTHING Craig says? "His part in taking down a crime boss" lol, what a crock of shit. Show me concrete proof he had ANY involvement with him.
>>13619429Why do you people always bring up Greg Maxwell (and lukejr) when other people like Peter Wuille have a more central role in 'modern' btc development? Do you use Greg for your strawmen cause he is more cringeworthy autistic and punchable?
>>13619429the Kleiman lawsuit is the funniest shit ever. It's basically like you hear that some crazy guy is saying he stole a bunch of money from your deceased family member and you sue them based on them saying it with no evidence at all. All the supporting material in the lawsuit is shit like "I think I remember him saying some shit about some coin thing and he had a USB stick with a B on it"
>>13617503i tried searching google for a couple lines of text in your pic related. no results. please post source if you have it.
>>13619490Seriously if you want a good laugh just read it. It is a classic."Dave responded by saying he was making “digital money.” He then opened his wallet, took out a business card, flipped it over, drew a “B” with a line or two through it, and commented on how “we” were working on a logo."Bull fucking shit. It's the worst fanfiction I have ever read. How can one have 'stolen' coins if the coins never moved? That's like saying somebody stole all your money for having your bank pin.https://www.scribd.com/document/379265957/Kleiman-Lawsuit-Amended-Complaint
>>13619429do STFU already. Your own mother wouldn't believe your crap by this stage, which (non-coincidentally?) is yet another trait you share with Creg, in addition to both being shitstains>>13619490>no evidence at allwell, apart from the small matter of CSW having promised them (in writing) $12mill -minimum- and having provably forged Daves signature on asset transfer docs etc. etc. - but if they should need more for a case? - I'm certain a personal witness appearance by the good Dr. be enough to convince any Judge or Jury
>>13616424i have to say the timing of this brand new person to appear in the who is satoshi debate is... yeah. sure.
>>13619481why do you people always being up Craig Wight when other people like Calvin Ayre, Steve Shaddres and Daniel Connoly have a more central role in 'modern bitcoin' development? Do you use Satoshi for your strawman because he is more cringeworthy autistic and punchable?
>>13616424It cant be Satoshi. Satoshi is too polite and nice to be this guy.
>>13619595>A Wild Satoshi appears from nowhereexcept, he was named here already >>13617148 on the 14th December 2018 (and christ knows how many other times)
>>13619615Satoshi was not nice or polite. He was to the point and factual.
>>13619002>Anybody know if Paul was into poker?you know who was into poker? Craigh Wright and Calvin Ayre
Anyway, regardless of Satoshi identity, if CSW helped for real US to throw Paul in jail, he should be dead by now...
>>13619657>18 posts by this ID
>>13619096connection with Ayre?
>>13617937This is wrong. Satoshi claimed to not be a lawyer in 2008. CSW was not yet a lawyer in 2008. He had finished only a part of that degree, not enough for anyone to call themselves a lawyer and be either legally or "morally" correct.
Bumppp continue anons
>>13619640false, Paul is a snitch for the DEA now, he wont be doing shit and nobody will be working with him to commit assasinations anymore
Posting in an epic thread.
>>13617771shut the fuck up about the "160 iq" zionists retard
>>13616758Look at that huge cryptographic head
>>13617694>>13617579>>13617490>It's more likely that someone with background in law and economics created bitcoin than a pure coder.you just described Szabo lmaoCraig is a brainlet emotional little bitch, the only code he knows is the 20 minute online course entry level shithole he teaches at youtube
>>13618293to be fairbitcoin is a 1 man project. truecrypt is a multi coder teammore than 1 coder = comments everywhere
This guy probably isn't Satoshi but this guy is fucking based nonethelessCrazy life
>>13618737nobody is mining BSVCalvin's pool only mines it to short everything
>>13619595Yep. I've put more effort into sussing out ChainLink breadcrumbs. Also if you know the guy is concerned about his well-being for data in the document, why not be absolutely sure you didnt miss something? Why hasn't someone taken this down yet?
Wouldn't it the perfect ending if, after this BTC rally, the court rules against Faketoshi. He might as well get a STIFF artery at that point.
>>13619585>>13619490you forgot the part where the public keys that compose this so called 'trust' are all mtgox addresses (public) lmao
>>136169050 replies? wtf?
>>13621262I am pretty sure this thread being removed would somehow confirm OP's suspicions. Leaving it neither confirms or denies it's validity.
>>13616424If you are not bullshiting it means Bitcoin is going down definitely, isn't it?
>>13619595>brand new person
>>13621334I mean the court document, but yes that too
>>13616905God damn I hate craig wright and calvin ayre
>>13621346>>13621339not really, it's not like he's connected to bitcoin in any way anymorethe question is can his passphrase be crackedhe does sound like a crypto maniac, and that stance in his pic...
theymos is in on it
>>13621657which theymos? the one that Le Roux had killed? or the new one?
>>13621657>>13621701I wasn't aware of this ... so Craig (<csw> in the pic) actually did know these details on Le Roux's network.Not sure how theymos fits into this ... crazy.
Remember this. Accept this will happen and we will all make it. See you at 100K .
>>13622099These news are not to be taken lightly. This is some serious shit, so if you are seriously invested consider withdrawing something at least..
>>13616424this guy's wikipedia page is an Ancap's wet dreamIf szabo wasn't obviously behind the satoshi moniker I would have agree that this guy could fit the bill
>>13621657Any of these IPs have any historyhttps://securitytrails.com/domain/theymos.com/history/aI would look to see if he was virtual hosting other shit on the same IP but I am lazy. Maybe historical whois could get some interesting details.
>>13622252>If szabo wasn't obviously behind the satoshi monikerproof?
>>13622359DYORknock yourself outhttp://unenumerated.blogspot.com/2017/02/money-blockchains-and-social-scalability.html
>>13621657The dox on Theymos has to be 100% fake identity. For theymos.com. Nobody leaves that in their whois, nobody is that dumb.Registrant Name: Michael MarquardtRegistrant Organization: N/ARegistrant Street: PO BOX 620391 Registrant City: MIDDLETONRegistrant State/Province: WIRegistrant Postal Code: 53562Registrant Country: USRegistrant Phone: +1.8154258642Google turned up some weird shit but the whois is scrubbedhttps://www.binstant.biz/Theymos being a spooky scammer seems legit. csw confirmed legit.
>>13622471What comes up with binstant.biz? I couldn't see anything
Michael is a real personcollege records dox:https://anonfile.com/01V5M7q3na/MMatUW_zip
>>13617090Because thats unironically the solution to the double spend problem. Have you read the bitcoin whitepaper ?
>>13617462The code that works IS the idea. Fucking brainlets invent something magical in their mind but dont understand that the details that make something work are the idea .
>>13616831Rhodesians never die, anon.
>>13616905It sounds like he wants to give Ira his brother's stuff, but needs to break the encryption first.
>>13617529>i have an idea for something delicious for dessert!>tell baker that exact vague bullshit>he bakes a 9 layer cake like youd see on food networkThe cake was your idea tho anon you thought someone should make a delicious dessert!
>>13617090It would be more likely he'd create something like Monero.
>>13617328So he's the missing link between /biz/ and /pol/.
>>13617177This is exactly how I imagined Satoshi would look.
>>13617462>You don't need to be a coder to design itWhen you get into the nitty gritty of how Bitcoin works with incentives and within law, it seems less likely a purely coder based kind of mind created it.
>>13617711This guy sounds like Big Boss.
>>13619474Well it was literally his job to do this kind of thing.
>>13619585>How can one have 'stolen' coins if the coins never moved?>grab a dead guy's private keysPretty easy actually.
>>13617726>fake nameThats the idea being discussed here more or less. Him faking a name would be demonstrative of his propensity to pseudonomize.
>>13620276It would probably be better to not throw out your actual qualifications when you're trying to remain anonymous anyway.
>>13622825But that isn't actually stealing anything. If you buy a credit card number on a carding forum you aren't going to be charged with fraud unless you actually use the card.
>giving credit to faketoshi fabricationsnever, ever going to make it
>>13622862You still possess stolen credit card numbers, whether you use them or not.
>>13619271If someone had bothered to tell terry to code digital peer to peer money there would be no alts, version 1.0 would be transacted globally as we speak
>>13619292My sides come on dude
SERGEY NAZAROV IS THE ONLY AND ONE SATOSHI!I WILL GIVE MY LIFE TO SAVE SERGEY'S PROJECT!/THREAD
>>13619595We had a thread about him last year but your comment is respectably astute.
So then what's the connection to Hal Finney who received the first transaction from Nakamoto?
>>13622963SERGEY IS PLAYING 4D CHESS WITH YOU!HE IS THE ONE DISSEMINATING INFORMATION ABOUT FAKETOSHI(S)!SERGEY WANTS TO THROW YOU OFF BY CONVINCING THE MEDIA THEY CRAIG IS SATOSHI!SERGEY IS TRULY AN EVIL GENIUS!DO NOT STOP BUYING LINK!NEVER SELL OR TRANSFER YOUR LINK TOKENS!TAKE THEM TO THE GRAVE WITH YOU!FULFILL YOU MISSION, LINKER!I WILL KILL AND DIE TO SAVE SERGEY'S PROJECT!
>>13622644If only there was something like monero but before monero...
>>13616424this guy is really cyber punkie
You guys are close, but no one even speaking of 'John Nash' is disappointing.
>>13622869Msm isnt going to interview him and do the satoshi reveal. You have to look at shit and think.
>>13623083You mean cyber junkie
>>13618550><email@example.com>Here is a list of email addresses he used.
>>13623089>John NashWhat is his connection...
>>13619564it has been deleted now.
posting in epic thread
>>13623608Just clicked it...its still up...not sure what it is though!
>>13623563Wrong question, you should figure out who he is first
>>13623736A mathematician...so...come on Anon feed it to me like i'm an arrogant zoomer!I have seen the movieI have read the wikiCome on ya gotta give a bit more, please
>>13623771Wrong John Nash. This is about the most information you will find on him, and the most you will get from me.
>>13621657>theymosuse google translate to read thishttps://teletype.in/@kitoboy/H1OCJqhqE
>>13623813Guys does anyone feel really sleepy all of a sudden? A nap would be amazing right now wouldn't it? Sleepy sleep time
>>13623882Shhh sleep, you know not what you seek
>>13623871>>13623907Watch a good documentary that'll put you to sleep. Is WormWood still on netflix?
>>13623813>According to the article, from July 2012, one morning that June Zuñiga left homefor a meeting with "a client" in Subic Bay and hadn't been seen since>OP id
>>13623735the original is gone, only the reply is up. About two years ago I looked this post up and the original was still there.
>>13616581i would laugh if they cracked the truecrypt volume jn a few billion dolar effort only tk find an encrypted wallet inside
>>13623942Who even makes those things anyways?
>>13622633protip its a con
>>13618582>wew, anybody but Craig ehcorrecr
>>13617503see date of birth>>13616758
>>13624088the birthdate is fake, the US govt knows his real date of birth and its 1972. I don't know what the deal is with that passport, but its a real diplomatic passport from the Congo, with his real name, and a fake birthdate. he had many passports from various countries, some real and some fake
what about the timezone he was between 08-11? do they match?pic related
>>13624422Craig Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto
>>13624433Creig Wright is definitely a fraud
>>13616424damn so it was him this whole timefucking truecrypt
>>13624433trying to have one of the few, really good threads on biz and we still are getting the CW brainlets polluting this thread.
>>13624372eastern north america or western south america time zone (assuming normal sleeping hours)
>>13624422Who are these twitter roasties stealing our spotlight?
>>13616424If this isn't proof Craig works for a 3 letters agency... and then Calvin also works as an informant for the feds to disrupt btc.
>>13624490He is based and probably knows much more than us
>>13624433timestamps dont check out
>>13624422>>13624509is stopanddecrypt this girl or is it just a larp
>>13624527Anyone with half a brain cell knows that Craig is a fraud.
>>13624528He is not a girl, he is just trolling 99% of the crypto space, but he is a very smart guy
this thread is fucking advanced include me in the screencap pls frens
>>13624528We need tits to be shown with timestamp and latest bitcoin proof of work nonce
>>13624422it actually would make quite some sense McAfee knowing the identity
BSV IS GOING TO ZEROCREIG IS GOING TO JAILSCREENSHOT THIS
I WANT TO BE PENETRATED BY SERGEY NAZAROV.SERGEY NAZAROV IS THE REAL SATOSHI NAKAMOTO.SHUT THIS THREAD DOWN NOW.
Supposedly the IP behind that "bitcoin post" in 2002 is dutch IP. Source one of the comments in https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/2nicip/found_this_gem_newsgroups_from_2002/Wasn't Le Roux in The Netherlands at that time and he also had a dutch wife? https://magazine.atavist.com/he-always-had-a-dark-side"Le Roux relocated first to Hong Kong, then to Rotterdam, in the Netherlands. He married a Dutch citizen named Lilian Cheung Yuen Pui, and they had a child."
>>13624654>https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/2nicip/found_this_gem_newsgroups_from_2002/him living in rotterdam with wife was way before 2010
>>13624654>>13624664and grammar in that post is notoriously bad (not something satoshi is known for)
HI.SERGEY NAZAROV IS SATOSHI NAKAMOTO.
It was in 2002 when that post was made. Yeah it might just be a coincidence. The connection just flashed through my mind when I saw that the IP was dutch and I remembered that Le Roux had something to do with The Netherlands.
The resemblance is striking
>>13624664I like how it brings up deflation as a possible issue, it's a valid concern since on a macroscale this is what caused the 30s depression.But the issue is resolved by new cryptos coming into being and competing with BTC, adding an inflationary aspect on the macro-scale.
>>13619610yeah that's about what I expected from a codelet. You can't pay someone to reinvent the wheel retard. Bitcoin is beyond your comprehension. You can't hire some pranjeets like your average tech startup.
>>13616424His sweater has the Ethereum logo on it, I think we're onto something here
>>13624675Fuck off faggot
>>13625108IM A PROUD HOMOSEXUAL CHAINLINK HOLDER!
>>13616581i have some hdds with veracrypt and I lost the password of all them and im telling you its fucking impossibleit uses several algorithms in hashes so you have to crack not only sha256 but other 2probably used a strong passwordmy hdds now are fucking useless, and im too lazy to format them anywayi will buy ssd soon
>in 2008 or 2009, something in Le Roux snapped. “He changed at that point,”
>>13617556noall they have is an encrypted hard drive impossible to encrypt so whats the point
> I personally saw $100 million in his office in Makati. Cash, bud. It was fucking ridiculous. It was in wicker baskets lined up on the side of the wall in his office.” One image in particular stuck with him: He remembered that the $100 U.S. bills were each stamped with a pink rabbit.
>>13616424brainlet here, just finished readingso what happens next? what do we do, buy bsv? is bitcoin finished?
>>13625252BSV and Craig's integrity is dead.
>>13623073if only monero wasnt a centralized hardforked at will mutable bullshit
>>13619429go to bed, satoj
>>13625296>Craig's integrity is deadohnos. F., great loss to the world, etc
>>13616424>french>DERO dev is frenchWhen will the true Bitcoin form finally have the ticker *DERO*?
>>13625296>This will be the end of Craig Wright.>Said the nervous Greg Sockpuppet #216 for the seventh time this week.
>>13625324Well he never had any to begin with.Everything a make believe in his twink world.
>>13624509No he is a censoring faggotProbably does know stuff tho
>>13622120>chink shitxchanger gets hacked and the price triples>somehow this irrelevant news will dump the price
>>13617579no, it's definitely someone with a programming or cs background. blockchain is a linked list that holds transaction data.what need is there for law and economics expertise?
>>13619429you're an idiot. there's no way bitcoin was designed by someone without an understanding of data structures and algorithms.....a fucking programmer. this wasn't something that was dreamed up by a non techie and a coder was just hired to complete the project. The blockchain implementation was new and novel, not something that's been done before. whoever implemented it spent a lot of fucking time thinking about it from a technical perspective.
>>13617084lmao he looks like that bad guy that that appears on a steven seagal movie just to get his ass kicked in the first 5 minutes of the movie
>>13625718Wondering the same.