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Kyle Torpey
The $10 Billion lawsuit against Craig Wright claims Wright used a computer-generated font called Otto to forge Dave Kleiman's signature and acquire hundreds of thousands of bitcoins.
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Joshua Marx 26 Feb 18
Replying to @kyletorpey
Wow. Where did you find this?
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Kyle Torpey 26 Feb 18
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Joshua Marx 26 Feb 18
Replying to @kyletorpey
How very Satoshi of him
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LESTER LONG 26 Feb 18
He just seems like a really great guy, all around
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Adam Back 27 Feb 18
from CSW never had the coins, they are documented to belong to other people & exchanges the court docs allege a trail of forged documents, R&D tax fraud. separately from a tech perspective it is clear neither CSW nor Kleinman are Satoshi.
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dasource 27 Feb 18
Interesting .. I never ruled out Dave as being part of the Satoshi (he/she/they). It does not really matter in any case as Satoshi has left his legacy but it is interesting that seem fairly confident he was not Satoshi l. Would love to hear more.
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Adam Back 27 Feb 18
someone who knows a former colleague of Kleiman says no way could he be Satoshi, not a serious programmer, crypto, p2p network etc. a general off the shelf tool using forensics guy. the media does not help: they mystify and confuse visual basic with world class systems architect.
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dasource 27 Feb 18
Thanks, appreciate it.
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~C4Chaos 26 Feb 18
Replying to @kyletorpey
the lawsuit also hints that CSW is Satoshi. so will this lawsuit reveal that CSW is indeed Satoshi? what do you think? should this page should be as explosive? 🍿😎🍺
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Johnathan Corgan 26 Feb 18
Replying to @c4chaos @kyletorpey
I think it means CSW was laying the foundations for his fraud way back then.
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~C4Chaos 26 Feb 18
Replying to @jmcorgan @kyletorpey
or maybe CSW is from the future. somehow he knew that will be so successful even before it was created. so he travelled back in time in 2008 to plant all the email evidence that will prove that he’s Satoshi (or member of Satoshi team) 🍿😎🍺
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LSSilver 26 Feb 18
Could be... that would explain how Craig has the keys to the genesis block. (If he does)
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christopher 26 Feb 18
He doesn't thoug.
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christopher 26 Feb 18
He really didn't. He did: 1. Claim "I have this text which hashes to x" Never providing the text, with the hash being one of a transaction in the Blockchain 2. Using the original signature of the transaction in the Blockchain to prove he can sign the hash. He's a con man.
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Koign 27 Feb 18
If he claims historical praise from everyone he should ofcause show it to everyone. It will not cost him anything to do so, yet he has everything to win.
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