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Federico Tenga
Satoshi left because he didn't want its influence to affect the protocol development creating a single point of failure. The very idea of "Satoshi Vision" itself is against Satoshi's vision for Bitcoin
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Frogolocalypse Jul 18
Replying to @FedericoTenga
I always get uneasy when anyone says satoshi did x because of y.
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₿itman MEX Addict Jul 18
The best thing Satoshi did was leaving while still anonymous. The 2nd best was creating
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Scrooge Mac XBT Jul 19
No one knows except Satoshi himself. That's just an opinion.
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Oleg Andreev Jul 19
Or because of their progressing ALS he couldn’t work alone in a basement anymore. They didn’t leave a note.
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Satoshi's Vision ⚡ Jul 19
Replying to @FedericoTenga
You summoned me?
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Richard Heart Jul 19
Citation?
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Richard Heart Jul 19
Satoshi had obvious preferences and explained lots of reasoning behind them. I'm unaware of any statement he made that you are attributing to him here.
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LEO/BTC/GOLD maximalist 🦁 Jul 19
Except that it now left a power vacuum for fake satoshi to rise in power 😂😂😂 Some flat earthers with pea sized brain always need a leader to guide them instead of thinking for themselves
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🚀A₿E⚡️ Jul 19
Replying to @FedericoTenga @Xentagz
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Radu Berar Jul 19
Replying to @FedericoTenga
"To believe in an ideal is to be willing to betray it" Kreia
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Ryan C Jul 19
Perhaps. I just think he / they left because they were like 'holy shit, we can't believe it but this is actually working and given this is the biggest heist anyone has ever pulled against governments, we better disappear soon...' God bless Satoshi
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jbomad Jul 19
Replying to @FedericoTenga
Did he share this vision with you?
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Ewald Kegel Jul 19
Replying to @FedericoTenga
It certainly was a brilliant master stroke to disappear into thin air. Only few could have had the humility and insights to understand this and act accordingly.
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spencer ellis Jul 19
Replying to @FedericoTenga
It’s great for starting a cult though
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JD Barnard Jul 19
Replying to @FedericoTenga
You nailed it, Diversity is the spice of life.
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