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Alleged Satoshi Nakamoto Craig Wright says he'd sell 'anti-crypto' Bitcoin that has 'no utility' as he touts his Satoshi Vision project

Started by Redaktion, April 02, 2022, 22:03:27

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Craig Wright, the self-proclaimed co-inventor of the Bitcoin protocol collective known as Satoshi Nakamoto, said he is rather disappointed with the current state of the network and might sell his bitcoins that have 'no utility.' He actually called Bitcoin 'anti-crypto' and said he developed it as 'clear text,' not a cryptographic protocol.


This guy is so clearly full of it. He could have saved himself years of legal hurdles by moving 1 single satoshi from the original 1.1 Million BTC he claims to have ownership of. Until he can activate any of the original Satoshi wallets, there's no doubt in my mind he's just a fraudster shucking his own worthless BTC fork that no one will ever use.

Matofi shakamolo

He's deff not Satoshi but I guess the US is trying to lure him out
And they are pathetic for trying to do so


Bitcoin satoshi vision is the real bitcoin, it restores all the functionalities deprecated by bitcoin core (BTC). Craig is a prolific inventor and you like it or not, he was there at the foundation of Bitcoin, even if he was not the only one. There is plenty of data regarding that.
moving his coins would have had no effect because the narrative would be changed to "he stole the satoshi's keys".
instead of discussing people, discuss the man's ideas and the original implementation of bitcoin (BSV).

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