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Inflation is REAL: 1 Satoshi (Bitcoins Smallest Unit) is now worth over 5 Venezuelan Bolivars

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The Book Of Satoshi, Bitcoin Cash Acts 2018, Chapter 1

The Book Of Satoshi, Bitcoin Cash Acts 2018, Chapter 1
Now a redditor who was lame subscribed to /bitcoin called "That Horrible Place", where he was put every day to beg and troll those going in and out /btc. When he saw asichack and BitcoinXio about to enter, he asked them for a digital ass. asichack looked straight at him, as did BitcoinXio. Then asichack said,“Look at us!” So the man gave them his attention, expecting to maybe get an ass airdrop.
Then asichack said, “Litecoin or bit-collectors-coin I do not have, but what I do have I give you. Have some Bitcoin Cash, and spend.” Using tippr bot he gave him an incentive to listen to the truth about Bitcoin, and instantly the man was curred from his blockstream. He created a tippr and yours account and began to tip and spend. Then he went with them into /btc, tipping and shitposting, and he told everybody ,... if you like this quality shitpost please give me some Bitcoin Cash I might be cured from blockstream but I am still a lame beggar.
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Why does nobody talk about how insane it is that the creator/s hasn't taken any profits?

Everybody I've ever heard talk about Satoshi's bitcoins just kind of glosses over it like it's no big deal. But whoever created bitcoin is obviously someone to whom money has little meaning. This person or persons has resisted the temptation to take profits for almost a decade now.
Am I the only one who finds that just a little bit terrifying?
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Automatic Price Mooning (APM)

"IF BBP does not have a continually increasing price in Satoshi (Bitcoin), we pay 99% less rewards to the Sanctuaries and to the Miners."
Forum Discussion: https://forum.biblepay.org/index.php?topic=577
A proposal was created August 4th 2020 named "Approve Automatic Price Mooning", it received 97 yes votes and 0 no votes and passed
Where to buy BBP?: https://main.southxchange.com/Market/Book/BBP/BTC
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Apps/Sites I'm currently testing out

Hi guys share ko lang yung current apps/sites na tinetest out ko. Hindi pa ako nakakapagcashout sa mga ito pero feeling ko naman legit ito dahil sa reviews sa youtube. Baka trip nyo lang din subukan with my referral haha :)
1. Brave browser
Ang dami na pong may review dito nito kaya hindi ko na sya ieexplain. 1 week ko pa lang gamit pero nasa 5.100 BAT na ako. May alam ba kayo saan nakukuha yung referral link para dito? Hahah
2.Coinpayu https://www.coinpayu.com/?r=pangm
Earn satoshi/bitcoin by watching ads. Minimum withdrawal is 10,000 satoshi. 2 days ko pa lang gamit thru laptop and nasa 900 satoshi na ako. Open mo with brave browser para 2 in 1 ang kita nyo hahahha.
3. GetRich app (enter code:738432 to receive 50 coins)
Earn money by watching youtube videos. Each videos ay 10 coins tapos may limit lang per day na videos. gawin nyo na lang x2 ang speed kapag nanood kayo haha. 2 days ko pa lang gamit and nasa 800 coins na ako (nagdownload din kasi ako ng apps) ang minimum payout ay 7,990 coins equivalent to $8 ng PayPal. Makakaearn ka dito ng malaki by referral kasi kapag nagrefer ka at naka 2,500 coins na sya ay magkakareward ka ng 5,000 coins.
4. Milieu survey app (referral code:9tNMHtz)
Only survey app na hindi ako nasscreenout hahahah. Sa ngayon nasa 2,300 points pa lang ako. Mabagal magkapoints pero ayos na din kasi nga dito lang na survey ako hiyang. Hirap kasi ng demographics ko Province, unemployed.
Anyway ito naman yung apps na nakapagcash out na ako (sobrang liit pa lang haha baguhan pa lang ako sa beermoney ih):
1 Buzzbreak ( referral code: B16432636 ) 24.73 pesos pa lang
2. Clipclaps (referral code: 16T3ABAY) 4.79 pesos pa lang
( Sana magamit nyo referral ko kahit tig 2 referral lang masaya na ako hahaha thank you!)
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Investing Online with Crypto: "Clixcoin"

Clixcoin, an Advertsing Faucet in which to invest online with crypto even for those with very little financial availability.
First article of the month dedicated to advertising, now an increasingly predominant type in the sector of cryptocurrency faucet sites.
Clixcoin, this is the name of the site, already has over a year of life behind it and at the time of writing we can consider it among the reliable sites. Thanks to our article, investing online with crypto on Clixcoin will become easy with the first steps.

After logging in, you will immediately see the introductory page which in the center shows 2 main buttons: My account, which leads to the Dashboard, and Learn More which leads to the F.A.Q. page.
At the top we have a menu that will be repeated in the Dashboard and that we will then describe later. Scrolling down the classic general information is displayed: last transfers, number of subscribers, main functions, etc ...

Your Clixcoin account.
By selecting My Account, the main screen will appear consisting of a menu bar and all the details relating to your account.
The menu is divided as follows:


- Dashboard: where are you now


- Earn Bitcoin: the section that allows you to earn cryptocurrencies. Divided into 4 categories: Surf Ads, for which it will be sufficient to leave the page open until the timer expires; Active Windows Ads, with which you are forced to keep the page displayed on the screen open until the timer expires; Auto Surf Ads, with which you will earn a small amount of Satoshi by automatically letting some advertising pages scroll; Paid to Promote, where you will earn money by advertising Clixcoin using a link provided by the site. You can use it in combination with the many banners available.


- Contest: the classic competitions that in this case reward those who get the most earnings from Referrals or Paid To Promote.


- Miner: in this section you can buy a mining package by choosing from four different categories based on cost and power. You can buy as many packages as you want and each will last for 30 days. The accumulated Coins will later be convertible into Satoshi Bitcoin.

Let's explore how to invest in advertising through crypto.

- Advertisers: the section dedicated to advertising campaigns. Divided into four categories identical to those seen in Earn Bitcoin. The available options will allow you to enter title, URL, duration, description and activation after approval. Each campaign has a standard cost that will increase based on the duration of the individual advertisements. More accessible in terms of costs than other advertising sites.


- Membership: as seen in other similar sites, it is possible to increase your membership level (divided into 4 levels) upon payment of a subscription. Going up in level will increase the percentage of earnings related to their clicks and those of their subscribers as well as a percentage on their purchases in the miner section and their level upgrade.


- Referrals: all your referrals will be listed in my referrals including statistics and earnings obtained. In my referral link, your referral URL and a wide choice of banners of various sizes are provided together with the pre-compiled HTML code to be included on your sites.


- History: lists all deposits made and cryptocurrency transfers to your wallets. The minimum threshold is currently set at 40000 Satoshi.


- Settings: here you will be given the opportunity to decide whether to show your nickname during contests, to your subscribers and in transfers. You can change your password and your personal or FaucetPay Bitcoin address.


Still on the Dashboard ...
Returning to the Dashboard, let's quickly spend a few words on its content even if it is already repeated almost completely in the menu just described.
In succession we have:


- Main Balance which displays the total accumulated Satoshi. The Withdraw button will send directly to the transfers section.


- Advertising Balance, with its deposit button, which displays the amount dedicated to the advertising section.


- Referrals, shows the number of personal referrals and a button that opens a page showing all the clicks made by you and your referrals.


- PTP, same as above but concerning the Paid to Promote. A button will send you to the dedicated page.


- Offers and Games, not yet active.
- Membership, your current rank.
- Ads Surfed, the clicks made by you and your subscribers.
- Earnings, the Satoshi earned by you and your subscribers.

Finally, a graph showing your and your subscribers' clicks made in the last 7 days. As you have read, investing online with crypto in the advertising market is safe and does not require large investments.

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Craig Wright provably defrauded the court when he claimed that a bonded courier had showed up with a list of public addresses asserting what Bitcoin he owned in the Tulip Trust. Andreas Antonopoulos' report explains the proof. Steve Shadders HAS to realise he's been fooled at this point.

Background: Craig has been ordered to submit a list of all the Bitcoin addresses he owned several times now. The first time he was given a hard deadline by Magistrate Judge Reinhart and simply ignored it. Then, in a last ditch effort to escape contempt of court and/or sanctions Craig Wright asked the CTO of his company nChain, Steve Shadders to spend 2 weeks putting together a list of Bitcoin he thinks belongs to Satoshi, based on statistical criteria that just happened to match the well-known Patoshi pattern analysis. While replicating existing Blockchain research over a space of two weeks as his top-priority, nChain CTO Steve Shadders managed to include a bug that resulted in 1749 addresses that don't match the Patoshi pattern. This is going to be important later, so keep it in mind.
The court wasn't happy with this last ditch, buggy, probabilistic attempt at producing the addresses he was commanded to produce, but they were especially unhappy with the litany of provable forgeries, perjurious statements, and evasive and dishonest testimonies from Wright that was impeding discovery and Judge Reinhart administered case-ending sanctions against Mr. Wright in response.
Judge Bloom overturned Reinhart's sanctions, though she explicitly agreed with Reinhart's credibility findings regarding Wright. She offered Craig a poisoned chalice:
In light of the Defendant's representations that the bonded courier is scheduled to arrive in January 2020, the Court will permit the Defendant through and including February 3, 2020, to file a notice with the court indicating whether or not this mysterious figure has appeared from the shadows and whether the Defendant now has access to the last key slice needed to unlock the encrypted file. In the event this occurs, and further if the Defendant produces his list of Bitcoin Holdings as ordered by the Magistrate Judge, then this Court will not impose any additional sanctions other than the ones discussed above.
With the not so subtle implication being that Bloom did not believe Craig's invocations of a "mysterious bonded courier" and that if he failed to satisfy this burden additional sanctions would be forthcoming.
Mr. Wright apparently took this as a forgery challenge, only one where he didn't have much respect for the intellect of his adversaries.
In his report Andreas Antonopoulos labels four separate files of Bitcoin lists, Shadders List, CW, DK, and CSW Filed.
Shadders List: The list of Wright's Bitcoin Shadders produced with a bug he disclosed that caused the least significant byte of some of the nonces for the Coinbases to fall outside of the range 0-58 (the Patoshi pattern that's been used to identify Satoshi's Bitcoin), referred to as the Shadders Bug (this bug is discussed more here).
CW List: A list of Wright's Bitcoin the Trust produced during settlement negotiations
DK List: A list of Dave Kleiman's Bitcoin the trust produced during settlement negotiations.
CSW Filed List: The list of Wright's Bitcoin Craig allegedly receive from the bonded courier and then filed with the court in time to attempt to escape sanctions.
Bullet points:
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Investing Online in Cryptocurrencies: “AdBtc” Advertising Faucet

Last article of the triptych dedicated to Advertising Faucets thanks to which it is now possible to invest online in cryptocurrencies!
The last of the 3 Advertsing Faucets this month is AdBtc. Very similar in structure to a PTC Site but strongly devoted to advertising, both for those who want to make money through visualization and for those who want to take advantage of the platform to invest online in cryptocurrencies through the advertising channel offered by the site.

Investing Online in Cryptocurrencies
To register, you will need to enter your email address (which must be confirmed), Bitcoin address and password.
Once logged in, the interface that appears is very similar to that seen in many other sites of the sttore: 2 quick link links, one to how to earn and one to the advertising section.
On the left, a large menu bar that we will now describe in detail.

From top to bottom, you are shown the balance of the cryptocurrencies you have earned and the total that you have transferred to the advertising balance. Below, we have the item for transfers (Withdraw) for which you can choose whether to direct them to a personal wallet or the advertising balance just described. The Referral System item will show your Referral url in order to earn Bitcoins thanks to your subscribers (10% Bonus) while with Change Wallet you will change your Bitcoin address whenever you wish.

The AdBtc menu is clean, complete and offers all possible options.

Further below we have the Earn section, divided into 3 earning modes: Surf Ads, for which it is sufficient to leave the page that opens after pressing the Start button that will be found randomly on the screen open for a certain time ; Active Window Surfing, for which it will be mandatory to keep the mouse on the page open on the screen; Autosurfing, with which a page will open that will load several advertisements automatically until the timer expires.


Following, the Advertising section, also divided into Surf Ads, AWS and Autosurfing. In addition to being able to choose between these 3 ways to invest earned cryptocurrencies online, at the time of compiling the advertising campaign, the possibility will be offered to change the duration, select the number of unique visitors per day and increase the minimum rating of those who can. view advertising pages.


Thanks to the Referral Market you will literally have the opportunity to buy referrals that will immediately earn you a large number of Satoshi Bitcoins. Unfortunately, the average cost is quite high and there is no guarantee that "the work" carried out by the user will be sufficiently long-lasting to return the investment.


And finally, with the Help option, you can contact assistance if any problems arise, while with Payment Transactions you can view the list of all transfers made by users of the site to external Bitcoin wallets.


Greetings and see you next article!


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Get $10 in BTC free with Wirex Card + (0.5% Crypto Cashback on purchases)

Wirex is an app available in the UK which you can use for buying/selling bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. When you download the app, you can order their cool card which gives you 0.5% cashback on all purchases in the form of Satoshis (Bitcoin).
I am a personal customer of this app and it is a pretty cool card to use. I love its cool and simplistic interface which is easy to use. In addition, the satoshis can add up pretty fast depending on how many things you use it for and you can end up with a nice bit of cash at the end of the month.
Similar to other crypto exchanges and services, they are offering a referral bonus of $10 in bitcoin (two separate $5 payments) if you sign up with a referral link. The first $5 is given when you spend any amount in a physical store and the second is given when you buy $100 worth of any crypto.
Step by Step Guide
  1. Sign up with a referral link for the bonus, here is mine: https://wirexapp.com/a2e0bbcd3e91475d9e20cbce2580a8aa Non referral link (no bonus): https://wirexapp.com/
  2. Verify your identity.
  3. Buy $100 worth of cryptocurrency for the first $5 bonus.
  4. Order the Wirex Debit Card and spend any amount in a physical store for the second $5.
  5. You will get each bonus after completing the above actions instantly in the rewards section of the app.
  6. You can then withdraw the money using your preferred payment method.
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I'm from Argentina and the smallest unit of our currency has reached the value of 1 Satoshi (Sat). Every FIAT currency in history has failed. Buy Bitcoin.

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Investing in Cryptocurrencies: “Ad2Bitcoin” Faucet

First article dedicated to the Advertising Faucet: earning money to invest in cryptocurrencies.
With this article we will introduce a new category of Faucet: the "Advertising". The difference with respect to the classic Faucets is inherent in the name itself: the amounts obtained from your claims or advertising returns will be reinvested in the internal circuit of the faucet with the aim of making your site known. You can then decide whether to re-invest the earned cryptocurrencies or transfer them to your personal wallet.

Ad2Bitcoin is one of the simplest Advertising Faucet ever.

Investing in Cryptocurrencies
Once logged in, you will find yourself on the main page, full of basic information on the use of banners and the main features of the site.
At the top you can see a menu divided as follows: My account, Referrals, Earn, Withdraw and Advertise.

Just below the title there are three images that lead to as many links:

Faucet, which allows you to earn a small amount of credits to spend on your advertising campaigns; Webiste, which refers to the Earn menu; Surfbar, which downloads a banner directly to your desktop, earning you some Satoshi Bitcoins by simply keeping it active.
Let's now describe the main menu:

My Account: lists, from top to bottom, the amount of Satoshi accumulated, the credits to be spent in personal advertising campaigns, the total visits obtained by the Ad2Bitcoin banners installed on your site and the relative time spent by users on the sites a to which the links of the aforementioned banners refer. The item "Total paid" instead shows the total of funds transferred to your personal wallet while Surfbar Stats shows the daily and total time statistics of the banner installed on the desktop.

Referrals: the page immediately shows the number of your subscribers, the total they have earned you and your referrals URL. The commission is set at 10%.
Below, a wide range of banners to choose the one you prefer based on size and appearance.


Earn: Unlike banners used in conjunction with your referral URL, these banners will earn you Satoshi and credits to spend on your advertising campaigns. You will then be able to invest the cryptocurrencies earned in advertising. There are 3 different versions already available in HTML format. Do not enter more than one per page.

Withdraw: in this section you can decide whether to transfer the funds directly to your personal wallet, with a minimum limit of 0.0005 Bitcoin and commission set at 0.00003 Bitcoin, or to your FaucetPanel account, without limits and without commissions.

Advertise: Here you can create your advertising campaign. After pressing Create a new banner AD, you will need to enter the title of the campaign, the link to the desired site, the link to your banner, choose its size and decide the sum of the cryptocurrencies you wish to invest in the aforementioned campaign. By selecting Create “Empty Ad” from the budget, you will spend your accumulated credits instead of the crypto. Finally select Start Campaign to start it immediately.
All easy and immediate.

We always remind new readers to visit the first article of our blog, where the more technical terms are explained.

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Long Term Incentives for Validators: Transaction Fees Should Be Rewarded, Not Burned

This post is a followup to question #2 in my original $AVA Native Token Questions. Thank you u/sekniqi for providing those answers.
In Bitcoin, the intention was that eventually transaction fees would entirely replace the block reward through a very large volume of low-fee transactions [1][2][3].
Since AVA fees are burned, they cannot replace the minting reward for validators after the $AVA supply cap is reached and minting ends. AVA currently lacks this long term incentive that Bitcoin was intended to have.

the price will increase to subsidize the lower block rewards, which is true to a certain extent for Ava as well
I am specifically curious about the plan after the $AVA supply cap is reached and minting ends completely. Price increases will not incentivize validation after minting rewards end. At that point, token holders will benefit from any price increases whether or not they are validators, but validators will suffer the expense of running a node and the opportunity cost of locking up tokens for staking.

applications that are built on Ava might have their own tokens, and those tokens will pay fees in their native currency to Ava validators as well
It seems dangerous to speculate that future applications might create their own application tokens and decide to pay sufficient fees to validators in those application tokens. If it has already been decided that native $AVA transaction fees will be burned and will not be rewarded to validators, then what happens if future applications follow the same logic and decide to burn any fees or not require fees? In that case, there is little incentive left to be a validator, other than possibly for a few large businesses that depend on the existence of the AVA network. The security of the system should be inherent in the native base layer, not pushed off to hypothetical implementations of future applications.
If details such as the sliding-cost function for transaction fees are still under prototyping, is it possible that the system could be updated prior to mainnet so that all transaction fees are not burned, and instead some or all fees are rewarded to the validators as minting decreases?
If some fee burning is desired, perhaps the percent of transaction fees that are rewarded to validators could be one of the critical parameters adjustable via on-chain governance voting.
The $AVA token paper acknowledges that the minting function should be adjustable to maintain a sufficient level of total staked supply [4]. Using the same logic, as minting decreases and ends, the transaction fees rewarded to validators could be adjustable to maintain a sufficient level of validators or staked supply.
Really though, it seems like all transaction fees should be rewarded to the validators to incentivize running the system. Some minimal fees are required to reduce congestion and incentivize validators to run the network. Beyond those two objectives, requiring additional fees for “burning” simply increases the burden on end-users and reduces the utility of the network.
There are real costs associated with running a validating node, including hardware, bandwidth, and maintenance, but also the opportunity cost and time value of money for the staked $AVA locked up by a validator. After the $AVA supply cap is reached and minting ends, validators must be incentivized and compensated for these costs by very small transaction fees paid by a very large volume of transactions.

  1. “Once a predetermined number of coins have entered circulation, the incentive can transition entirely to transaction fees and be completely inflation free.”
Nakamoto, Satoshi: Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System (2008)
  1. “In a few decades when the reward gets too small, the transaction fee will become the main compensation for nodes. I'm sure that in 20 years there will either be very large transaction volume or no volume.”
Nakamoto, Satoshi: Bitcointalk (2010), topic #48, message #349
  1. “The cost of mediation increases transaction costs, limiting the minimum practical transaction size and cutting off the possibility for small casual transactions [referencing current weaknesses of commerce on the Internet]"
Nakamoto, Satoshi: Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System (2008)
  1. "The goal of changing γ and λ is to increase total supply of tokens in case the empirically observed total staked supply is too low."
Buttolph, S., Moin, A., Sekniqi, K., Sirer, E.G.: AVA Native Token ($AVA) Dynamics (2020/02/09)
Additional information:
  1. “Validators, sometimes referred to as stakers, are compensated for their validation services based on staking amount and staking duration, amongst other properties."
Sekniqi, K., Laine, D., Buttolph, S., Sirer, E.G.: AVA Platform (2020/04/21)
[Not necessarily true after minting ends and rewards cease?]
  1. "Validators are incentivized to stay online and operate correctly as their rewards are based on proof-of-uptime and proof-of-correctness."
Buttolph, S., Moin, A., Sekniqi, K., Sirer, E.G.: AVA Native Token ($AVA) Dynamics (2020/02/09)
[Not necessarily true after minting ends and rewards cease?]
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V God: Ethereum is the continuation of Satoshi's vision

Ethereum founder V God just tweeted that Ethereum is not against Satoshi, but a continuation of Satoshi's (Bitcoin anonymous creator Satoshi Nakamoto) vision.
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Latest doc updates: the list of addresses the bonded courier coughed up is an obvious forgery, Craig Wright is dumber than many of us thought possible, and Steve Shadders, if he looks at the data from Andreas' report HAS to realise at this point that he's been bamboozled

Background: Craig has been ordered to submit a list of all the Bitcoin addresses he owned several times now. The first time he was given a hard deadline by Magistrate Judge Reinhart and simply ignored it. Then, in a last ditch effort to escape contempt of court and/or sanctions Craig Wright asked the CTO of his company nChain, Steve Shadders to spend 2 weeks putting together a list of Bitcoin he thinks belongs to Satoshi, based on statistical criteria that just happened to match the well-known Patoshi pattern analysis. While replicating existing Blockchain research over a space of two weeks as his top-priority, nChain CTO Steve Shadders managed to include a bug that resulted in 1749 addresses that don't match the Patoshi pattern. This is going to be important later, so keep it in mind.
The court wasn't happy with this last ditch, buggy, probabilistic attempt at producing the addresses he was commanded to produce, but they were especially unhappy with the litany of provable forgeries, perjurious statements, and evasive and dishonest testimonies from Wright that was impeding discovery and Judge Reinhart administered case-ending sanctions against Mr. Wright in response.
Judge Bloom overturned Reinhart's sanctions, though she explicitly agreed with Reinhart's credibility findings regarding Wright. She offered Craig a poisoned chalice:
In light of the Defendant's representations that the bonded courier is scheduled to arrive in January 2020, the Court will permit the Defendant through and including February 3, 2020, to file a notice with the court indicating whether or not this mysterious figure has appeared from the shadows and whether the Defendant now has access to the last key slice needed to unlock the encrypted file. In the event this occurs, and further if the Defendant produces his list of Bitcoin Holdings as ordered by the Magistrate Judge, then this Court will not impose any additional sanctions other than the ones discussed above.
With the not so subtle implication being that Bloom did not believe Craig's invocations of a "mysterious bonded courier" and that if he failed to satisfy this burden additional sanctions would be forthcoming.
Mr. Wright apparently took this as a forgery challenge, only one where he didn't have much respect for the intellect of his adversaries.
In his report Andreas Antonopoulos labels four separate files of Bitcoin lists, Shadders List, CW, DK, and CSW Filed.
Shadders List: The list of Wright's Bitcoin Shadders produced with a bug he disclosed that caused the least significant byte of some of the nonces for the Coinbases to fall outside of the range 0-58 (the Patoshi pattern that's been used to identify Satoshi's Bitcoin), referred to as the Shadders Bug (this bug is discussed more here).
CW List: A list of Wright's Bitcoin the Trust produced during settlement negotiations
DK List: A list of Dave Kleiman's Bitcoin the trust produced during settlement negotiations.
CW Filed List: The list of Wright's Bitcoin Craig allegedly receive from the bonded courier and then filed with the court in time to attempt to escape sanctions.
Bullet points:
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Nakamoto Dundee provably defrauded the court and a Federal Judge on the matter of the Tulip Trust and his Buttcoin holdings therein, immediately after she lifted his sanctions for repeatedly defrauding a Magistrate Judge on that same matter.

Background: Craig has been ordered to submit a list of all the Bitcoin addresses he owned several times now. The first time he was given a hard deadline by Magistrate Judge Reinhart and simply ignored it. Then, in a last ditch effort to escape contempt of court and/or sanctions Craig Wright asked the CTO of his company nChain, Steve Shadders to spend 2 weeks putting together a list of Bitcoin he thinks belongs to Satoshi, based on statistical criteria Craig gave him that just happened to match the well-known Patoshi pattern analysis. While replicating existing Blockchain research over a space of two weeks as his top-priority, nChain CTO Steve Shadders managed to include a bug that resulted in 1749 addresses that don't match the Patoshi pattern. This is going to be important later, so keep it in mind.
The court wasn't happy with this last ditch, buggy, probabilistic attempt at producing the addresses he was commanded to produce, but they were especially unhappy with the litany of provable forgeries, perjurious statements, and evasive and dishonest testimonies from Wright that was impeding discovery and Judge Reinhart administered case-ending sanctions against Mr. Wright in response.
Judge Bloom overturned Reinhart's sanctions, though she explicitly agreed with Reinhart's credibility findings regarding Wright. She offered Craig a poisoned chalice:
In light of the Defendant's representations that the bonded courier is scheduled to arrive in January 2020, the Court will permit the Defendant through and including February 3, 2020, to file a notice with the court indicating whether or not this mysterious figure has appeared from the shadows and whether the Defendant now has access to the last key slice needed to unlock the encrypted file. In the event this occurs, and further if the Defendant produces his list of Bitcoin Holdings as ordered by the Magistrate Judge, then this Court will not impose any additional sanctions other than the ones discussed above.
With the not so subtle implication being that Bloom did not believe Craig's invocations of a "mysterious bonded courier" and that if he failed to satisfy this burden additional sanctions would be forthcoming.
Mr. Wright apparently took this as a forgery challenge, only one where he didn't have much respect for the intellect of his adversaries.
In his report Andreas Antonopoulos labels four separate files of Bitcoin lists, Shadders List, CW, DK, and CSW Filed.
Shadders List: The list of Wright's Bitcoin Shadders produced with a bug he disclosed that caused the least significant byte of some of the nonces for the Coinbases to fall outside of the range 0-58 (the Patoshi pattern that's been used to identify Satoshi's Bitcoin), referred to as the Shadders Bug (this bug is discussed more here).
CW List: A list of Wright's Bitcoin the Trust produced during settlement negotiations
DK List: A list of Dave Kleiman's Bitcoin the trust produced during settlement negotiations.
CW Filed List: The list of Wright's Bitcoin Craig allegedly receive from the bonded courier and then filed with the court in time to attempt to escape sanctions.
Bullet points:
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New Analysis Shows That Satoshi May Actually Own Over 1.1 Million Bitcoin, Worth Over $10 Billion

New Analysis Shows That Satoshi May Actually Own Over 1.1 Million Bitcoin, Worth Over $10 Billion submitted by areddituser46 to CryptoMarkets [link] [comments]

Bitcoin SV 1.0.5 is released today and contains free consolidation transactions, meaning you will not have to pay mining fees anymore when consolidating small utxos, as Satoshi envisioned

Bitcoin SV 1.0.5 is released today and contains free consolidation transactions, meaning you will not have to pay mining fees anymore when consolidating small utxos, as Satoshi envisioned submitted by zhell_ to bitcoinsv [link] [comments]

Bitcoin SV 1.0.5 is released today and contains free consolidation transactions, meaning you will not have to pay mining fees anymore when consolidating small utxos, as Satoshi envisioned

Bitcoin SV 1.0.5 is released today and contains free consolidation transactions, meaning you will not have to pay mining fees anymore when consolidating small utxos, as Satoshi envisioned submitted by zhell_ to bitcoincashSV [link] [comments]

Latest CSW court doc updates: Andreas Antonopoulos shows the list of addresses the bonded courier coughed up is an obvious forgery, Craig Wright is dumber than many of us thought possible, and Steve Shadders, if he looks at the report HAS to realise at this point that he's been bamboozled

Background: Craig has been ordered to submit a list of all the Bitcoin addresses he owned several times now. The first time he was given a hard deadline by Magistrate Judge Reinhart and simply ignored it. Then, in a last ditch effort to escape contempt of court and/or sanctions Craig Wright asked the CTO of his company nChain, Steve Shadders to spend 2 weeks putting together a list of Bitcoin he thinks belongs to Satoshi, based on statistical criteria that just happened to match the well-known Patoshi pattern analysis. While replicating existing Blockchain research over a space of two weeks as his top-priority, nChain CTO Steve Shadders managed to include a bug that resulted in 1749 addresses that don't match the Patoshi pattern. This is going to be important later, so keep it in mind.
The court wasn't happy with this last ditch, buggy, probabilistic attempt at producing the addresses he was commanded to produce, but they were especially unhappy with the litany of provable forgeries, perjurious statements, and evasive and dishonest testimonies from Wright that was impeding discovery and Judge Reinhart administered case-ending sanctions against Mr. Wright in response.
Judge Bloom overturned Reinhart's sanctions, though she explicitly agreed with Reinhart's credibility findings regarding Wright. She offered Craig a poisoned chalice:
In light of the Defendant's representations that the bonded courier is scheduled to arrive in January 2020, the Court will permit the Defendant through and including February 3, 2020, to file a notice with the court indicating whether or not this mysterious figure has appeared from the shadows and whether the Defendant now has access to the last key slice needed to unlock the encrypted file. In the event this occurs, and further if the Defendant produces his list of Bitcoin Holdings as ordered by the Magistrate Judge, then this Court will not impose any additional sanctions other than the ones discussed above.
With the not so subtle implication being that Bloom did not believe Craig's invocations of a "mysterious bonded courier" and that if he failed to satisfy this burden additional sanctions would be forthcoming.
Mr. Wright apparently took this as a forgery challenge, only one where he didn't have much respect for the intellect of his adversaries.
In his report Andreas Antonopoulos labels four separate files of Bitcoin lists, Shadders List, CW, DK, and CSW Filed.
Shadders List: The list of Wright's Bitcoin Shadders produced with a bug he disclosed that caused the least significant byte of some of the nonces for the Coinbases to fall outside of the range 0-58 (the Patoshi pattern that's been used to identify Satoshi's Bitcoin), referred to as the Shadders Bug (this bug is discussed more here).
CW List: A list of Wright's Bitcoin the Trust produced during settlement negotiations
DK List: A list of Dave Kleiman's Bitcoin the trust produced during settlement negotiations.
CW Filed List: The list of Wright's Bitcoin Craig allegedly receive from the bonded courier and then filed with the court in time to attempt to escape sanctions.
Bullet points:
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Get $10 in BTC free with Wirex Card + (0.5% Crypto Cashback on purchases)

Wirex is an app available in the UK which you can use for buying/selling bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. When you download the app, you can order their cool card which gives you 0.5% cashback on all purchases in the form of Satoshis (Bitcoin).
I am a personal customer of this app and it is a pretty cool card to use. I love its cool and simplistic interface which is easy to use. In addition, the satoshis can add up pretty fast depending on how many things you use it for and you can end up with a nice bit of cash at the end of the month.
Similar to other crypto exchanges and services, they are offering a referral bonus of $10 in bitcoin (two separate $5 payments) if you sign up with a referral link. The first $5 is given when you spend any amount in a physical store and the second is given when you buy $100 worth of any crypto.
Step by Step Guide
  1. Sign up with a referral link for the bonus, here is mine: https://wirexapp.com/a2e0bbcd3e91475d9e20cbce2580a8aa Non referral link (no bonus): https://wirexapp.com/
  2. Verify your identity.
  3. Buy $100 worth of cryptocurrency for the first $5 bonus.
  4. Order the Wirex Debit Card and spend any amount in a physical store for the second $5.
  5. You will get each bonus after completing the above actions instantly in the rewards section of the app.
  6. You can then withdraw the money using your preferred payment method.

*It is important to note that there is a £1 monthly fee to keep the card but you can avoid the charge by cancelling before the 30 day period".
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Pretty much..

Satoshi: Humanity needs a monetary mechanism that is outside of the traditional broken system of fiat inflation and banking.
Banks: We need a crypto mechanism that exists within the traditional system.
Satoshi: Bitcoin only works because it is outside of the traditional system, creating a centralised fedcoin negates all of the potential capabilities of a decentralised digital currency.
Banks: fedcoin!
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Satoshi Bitcoin Converter app has added BAT

The Satoshi Bitcoin Converter app has added supported for the Basic Attention Token (BAT). The web app is at http://www.satoshibitcoinconverter.com (for iOS users) and the native app for Android will update soon in the Google Play store. The app is open source at https://github.com/crrdlx/satoshi-bitcoin-converter
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Bitcoins - 500 Satoshi à cada 1 Minuto! Earn 1.000.000 Satoshi Every Day! Bitcoin Mining - YouTube Bitcoin Rap Battle Debate: Hamilton vs. Satoshi (BITCOIN ... Bitcoin To 1 Million. 1 Satoshi = 1 cent SATOSHI MINES  UNLIMITED BITCOIN EARNING  HACK BITCOIN  AR VISION  JAN 2017

According to Binance, the current price of bitcoin is $.. How many Satoshis are in a bitcoin, exactly? Each bitcoin is equal to 100 million Satoshis, making a Satoshi the smallest unit of bitcoin currently recorded on the blockchain.. Think of the Satoshi as the “cents” part of bitcoin. But unlike a penny that represents 0.01 USD, Satoshi represents roughly 0.00000001 BTC — or bitcoin to ... While there is not yet a consensus on the satoshi symbol, the movement generated a lot of press and brought some much-needed attention to the smallest unit of Bitcoin. Bitcoin has been the best performing asset of the last decade, with its price appreciating millions of percent from 2009. If one BTC was the lowest unit of Bitcoin, then most of ... Satoshi is a structural part of the Bitcoin cryptocurrency, which is one hundred millionth of bitcoin.Such small units facilitate transactions with BTC. The total structural component of 1 bitcoin (BTC) is equivalent to 1000 millibits (mBTC), 1,000,000 microbe (mkBTC) or 100,000,000 Satoshi. 1 bit = 1 microbitcoin = 1 μBTC = 0.000001 bitcoin (BTC) The term “bit” is a unit being used to represent smaller Bitcoin amounts. Due to the rising value of 1 bitcoin (currently 1 BTC = $10,721), many prices must be displayed in fractional bitcoin amounts. What is a satoshi? Each bitcoin (1 BTC) can have a fractional part of up to 8 digits so 1 bitcoin can be divided into 100 000 000 units. Each of these bitcoin units (0.00000001 BTC) is called a satoshi. A satoshi is the smallest unit in a bitcoin. This unit is named after Satoshi Nakamoto – the alias of the bitcoin creator.

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Bitcoins - 500 Satoshi à cada 1 Minuto!

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