" I believe the real strategy pursued by Kleiman’s legal team may be to seek a confidential settlement from Wright for far less than the billions sought in court. In essence, pay me or get exposed."
What a Shakespearian twist, I love it https://t.co/eD003KB6yv
RT @alansilbert: “It is noteworthy that all of the trustees are either dead, unreachable, dissolved, in liquidation or controlled by Wright.” Sounds legit! Opinion on Current Issues in Kleiman v. Wright - Daniel Kelman - Medium https://t.co/aV5iC2NBxu
"..it appears Kleiman’s legal team does not believe Wright to be Satoshi."
"..the real strategy pursued by Kleiman’s legal team may be to seek a confidential settlement from Wright ... In essence, pay me or get exposed."
But if he owes 5 billion, and has been ordered to pay by a court of law, can't any of his property be seized and auctioned to help pay for it? Granted that his bank accounts and other asses must all be in the UK or other countries...
But bankruptcy of a company only enables a court to auction whatever assets it has, and decide how the losses will be distributed among the creditors. How does it work for personal bankruptcy? Doesn't the guy still have to surrender his assets, and some part of future earnings for X years?
(While I was living in the US, one of my landlords said that he had declared personal bankruptcy and was still somehow constrained by it. I wish I had been more nosy and asked for details...)
Yeah, it's hard to say, but Craig is cunning and will probably find a way if it came down to it.
I just want to see the Australian Government press criminal charges against him for embezzling R&D tax credits. I think as a country we're a bit too trusting, even of our own citizens.
I may have already told this joke from the Cold War era. If so, sorry for the repetition.
> An American tourist is wandering through the Ermitage museum in St. Petersburg. He finds himself in a huge room that is all empty except for a large black and white portrait of a bearded man on the wall.
> He asks a guide about the portrait. "Ah," the guide explains, "that is Popov, the second greatest Russian inventor! He invented the electric light bulb, the dynamo, the internal combustion engine, the typewriter, the doorstop, the solar cell, the vacuum tube, the electric toothbrush, the barometer, ..."
> The tourist then moves to the next room, which is three times larger. It too is all empty, except for a wall-size portrait of another bearded man.
> "And who is this?", he asks to the guide.
> "This is Ivanov, the greatest Russian inventor!"
> "And what did he invent?"
> "Why, he invented Popov, of course!"
Craig, not Satoshi, is the greatest inventor in Crypto Space. Satoshi only invented cryptocurrencies. Craig invented a fantastic story about what Satoshi did before, during, and after that work. The claim that he is Satoshi may be the least preposterous detail in that story.
"WHEREFORE, it is ordered that:1.The Motion to Compel(DE 210)is GRANTED. On or before June 17, 2019, Dr. Wright shall produce a complete list of all bitcoin he mined prior to December 31, 2013.2.Dr. Wright shall appear in person before the undersigned at the Paul G. Rogers Federal Building, 701 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach, Florida,on June 28, 2019at9:00 a.m.to show cause why the undersigned should not certify the facts recited above to the Hon. Beth Bloom and order Dr. Wright to appear before Judge Bloom to show cause why he should not be adjudged in civil and/or criminal contempt by reason of these facts.28 U.S.C. § 636(e)(6)(B)(2019).3.At the June28, 2019, hearing, the Court also will determine whether, independently,sanctions short of contempt should be imposed under Fed. R. Civ. P. 37for Dr. Wright’s failure to comply with the Court’s March 14, 2019, Order.DONE AND ORDERED in Chambers this 14th day of June, 2019, at West Palm Beach in the Southern District of Florida"
He's not Satoshi Nakamoto because I am Satoshi Nakamoto
In 2009 I was 17. I was a young genius, but nobody knew about it because I kept it as a secret. I learned Forth language and C by the time I was 14 but all my parents have seen was me playing Neverhood and Diablo. Bitcoin white paper was actually my phd thesis on a secret Illuminati university I joined as 15 y.o.
But in 2013 I got injured in my head and I've lost my genious and knowledge on cryptography, that's why now I'm so average and have no idea about cryptography but don't get fooled, I'm the same person as I was when I've written the paper and implemented bitcoin client.
Wright’s explanation may create enough reasonable doubt for a defense lawyer to get him off with a jury, but if Judge Bloom does not buy Wright’s story she can still sentence him six-months in jail and hand a verdict to Kleiman.
Whether Faketoshi is vindicated or exposed, You can count on this free collectible token holding it's value (0), lol.
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It is on this basis that I believe the real strategy pursued by Kleiman’s legal team may be to seek a confidential settlement from Wright for far less than the billions sought in court. In essence, pay me or get exposed. Much depends on what Kleiman is willing to settle for.
This is very dangerous for BSV. The value of BSV is almost entirely based on CSW being Satoshi, which by now, overwhelming evidence is suggesting he is not. What happens when that bubble burst? It won't be pretty. BSV can go down to nothing.
I'm with this guy. BSV just doesn't have the infrastructure. And we know certain exchanges are employing price manipulation for their own gains. The [leaked conference call](https://youtu.be/FAOX7Hcdrag?t=264) establishes this beyond doubt.
People throw billions into nokia, no one of them was an idiot but nokia is not relevant anymore.
People do stupid things all day long thats how we are, but if i just trust the „herd“ blindly you can put yourself in danger.
Actually Nokia is relevant again, but for entirely different reasons today. I agree with you that their former mobile business post-smartphone entrance was a dead man walking just like BTC for roughly the same reasons (failure to acknowledge what really creates value and what got them there in the first place).
The whole CSW and Kleiman affair smells of foul play. It seems akin to power (deep state) and/or mafia type activity. People die, disappear, or suicide, along with lots of money on the line. Tie this with links to convicted pedophiles and it gets even more bizarre.
I tried to warn the community years ago that CSW looked like bad news and not to follow or allow him to be part of anything in BCH. But the damage is done.
On the bright side, it looks like we're going to see some justice.
I'm not sure quantum computers would even be useful against BTC addresses that have never actually been spent from.
Craig + Calvin control most (all?) of the BSV miners... surely they can collude with each other to just confiscate Satoshi's coins on the BSV chain and reissue them to Craig. Voila. He's Satoshi. /s
> I'm not sure quantum computers would even be useful against BTC addresses that have never actually been spent from.
I think early transaction format revealed the receiving pubkey? So maybe very early-mined coins can be attacked.
You don't know they're cracked. All you see is an early address spend from.
Satoshi mined every block to a new wallet. So there's a lot of them with 50 BTC in them, like 20,000.
Each would likely take months of work on a QC computer to crack. It wouldn't be a flood.
More importantly, it would tip off the whole world that a working and advanced QC exists in the world.
Good points. A secret like that is very hard to keep however... I think we'd see a few early coins move, then a flood of transactions, with a corresponding panic on social media etc. The people cracking the keys want to move the coin as quickly as they can before they're spent to another address by the rightful owner.
If a quantum computer is programmed to find the results of the discrete log problem quickly, then it doesn't matter if the address has been used to spend coins or not, the quantum computer can still break the wallet's private key.
> the quantum computer can still break the wallet's private key
Not if you only have a hash of the pubkey and not the pubkey itself (which is only revealed on spend (except the first 2 years of bitcoin as another poster clarified)).
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I do not follow you on reddit - no time for that. I only comment and point out your manipulation when I accidentally stumble upon you.
Resistance is futile. You will forever be known as CSW Shill.
Heres one good thing that might influence bchers to care about csw., at least a little bit, enough to know how his court case is going. His legitimacy props up BSV, one of our most direct competitors. If he goes down then many who've lost their way in bsv might come back, also, its less strain on BCH growth if its competiors are rendered obselete in as many ways as possible
So hes fucked because he cant access the trust because everyone is dead or liquidated? does anyone know if thats actually true? And what were the documents that Craig provided that were sealed wasnt that exactly the details that were requested?
hehe yeah me too! Gonna keep those BSV coins I got just for the memories! Heck might even buy some more if price bombs just for memorial to Craig ;) If anyone here want to sell I'll buy them at 90% market price!