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Charlie Lee [LTC⚡]
Satoshi Nakamoto brought to the world an open-source, decentralized, trustless, censorship-resistant currency based on math and cryptography. If Satoshi wanted to reveal himself, he would sign a message with the genesis key. Anything short of that is most likely fraudulent.
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AAron01234 Aug 17
Replying to @SatoshiLite
Sign it when you’re ready, Charlie! 😜
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Sacha L-Roussel Aug 17
He did. For the LTC blockchain. Look it up.
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Charlie Lee [LTC⚡] Aug 17
Replying to @SachaLR @AAron01234
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AAron01234 Aug 17
Replying to @SatoshiLite @SachaLR
I meant the Bitcoin one 😜
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Charlie Lee [LTC⚡] Aug 17
Replying to @AAron01234 @SachaLR
If I was Satoshi, I wouldn't be able to watch people claim Bitcoin Cash is the real Bitcoin and follows Satoshi's vision. Or watch someone claim to be Satoshi, but then use patents and lawsuits to make his point.
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Peter McCormack Aug 17
Replying to @SatoshiLite
Edit: remove “most likely”
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Charlie Lee [LTC⚡] Aug 17
Replying to @PeterMcCormack
You are most likely right.
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Kevin Kelbie Aug 17
Edit: remove “most likely”
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Charlie Lee [LTC⚡] Aug 17
You too are most likely right.
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Simon Aug 17
Never change.
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Dr. Evil of Crypto Aug 17
Replying to @SatoshiLite
I saw Satoshi in my dreams last night. He literally said “Charlie sold the top” and then disappeared.
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Peta₿yte 👑 Aug 17
What if Satoshi lost his private keys? 😂
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MQ Adrian, Judge of Supreme Court Aug 18
This is the common belief
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Peta₿yte 👑 Aug 18
If Satoshi the inventor of this important security protocol lost his own keys then we are all doomed 😂 Not to say a little bit richer due to his coins being out of circulation. Highly doubt it!
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MQ Adrian, Judge of Supreme Court Aug 18
Remember this started as an experiment, a bit of fun. I suspect much if not all of those early coins are lost or spent long ago. But only a small portion of those coins is worth a fortune. So some could be lurking on a drive somewhere.
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Peta₿yte 👑 Aug 18
True. But Bitcoin was created as a currency not controlled by any entity and Satoshi would have known this is something that could have achieved worldwide adoption. He went as far as planning the inflation levels for the next 150 years. I’m sure he’s planned a lot for the future.
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MQ Adrian, Judge of Supreme Court Aug 18
I like to think you are right. That there is someone with that kind of vision out there.
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Cryptonian Aug 18
He was a visionary. You can see it in his forum posts. He is dead now. Thats my believe.
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MQ Adrian, Judge of Supreme Court Aug 18
Maybe we will never know. If those coins don't appear after another 20 years we can draw our own conclusions.
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