The REAL Satoshi Nakamoto, the Architect of Bitcoin!
Love and truth to all,
Hey Freedom Seeker, Leo Here 🙂
Business coach, investor, fundraiser, legacy builder and also known as Tutorman.
This is the cryptocurrency secret. A secret that can only be learned when you do more than read the headlines. Please do your own research.
95% of what you read in mainstream media about cryptocurrency is false. I’m here to help you see past the BS that has taken over the internet.
Do look past the Bitcoin Army and the blatant lies and their false narrative about Bitcoin and Satoshi Nakamoto.
This causes fake headlines in main stream media, and in many cases mainstream media including such reputable sources as Wikipedia and countless others can be manipulated to display false data about Bitcoin placed on their websites. (they have accurate information too and it can be difficult to decide what is real and what is not!)
A social media troll tribe who will attack and silence anyone and everyone who comments against the Bitcoin army’s philosophy about Bitcoin core ‘BTC’, and Satoshi Nakamoto.
It’s more than just a tribe, but literally a huge crypto army of ethically corrupt soldiers that has been joined by COPA, the Cryptocurrency Open Patent Alliance.
Blockstream, (Adam Back CEO):
The Bitcoin repository core developers under the control of Blockstream have made unnecessary changes to the Bitcoin Core (BTC) code. The fact is, Bitcoin core BTC, the blockchain and the cryptocurrency has been crippled by these bad actors!
Block size has been limited to 1 mega byte block size, to keep BTC crippled.
Low transactions speeds of 5-7 per second;
Average transaction fees are around $2 to $5;
The goal of creating a peer to peer electronic cash system is totally impossible.
The ONLY use case for Bitcoin BTC is for speculation (increasing the price), for HODLING, and trading.
Money go up, good we win!
Visa and Mastercard fees and charges are still viable options for companies and consumers! And that’s why the credit card companies want to keep the status quo! https://ycharts.com/indicators/bitcoin_average_transaction_fee
The Real Bitcoin:
BitcoinSV in comparison, has a block size that is is unbounded and nodes can decide the size of the blocks they will accept (mine);
Transactions are 50,000+ per second, including operations.
BitcoinSV is more than a cryptocurrency, it is a blockchain that can be built on and is the Future of the New Internet!
See the Proof of Work on BitcoinSV at Website Coin Dance. https://coin.dance
How to Mint a Token on BitcoinSV (Metanet) with Tutorman
Fees are Nano Sized:
Today, I minted a token on BSV and it cost me a nano fee, much less than a cent. Fee Paid: 0.00000366 BSV.
Beware the Cult:
Blockstream and army peddles misinformation about what Bitcoin is, and who Satoshi Nakamoto is, and the ‘improvements’ they plan to make on Bitcoin that never happens!
Here is the REAL True Story of Satoshi Nakamoto,
Architect of Bitcoin.
These are my views and opinion backed by facts, and even sworn court case documents!
Ronald Lynam, Satoshi’s maternal grandfather, was a cryptographic expert who served in the Australian Army during World War II.
Formerly a radio and electrical engineer, he reached the rank of major and joined an Allied intelligence group, and later became a member of the renowned Bletchley Park codebreakers, a highly confidential project that made use of the world’s first computer to decode German army and air force messages during the war.
It was with his work as part of the team of General Douglas MacArthur in the Philippines that he came to be an expert in decoding Japanese communications, that Ronald Lynam became interested in Japanese culture.
According to Donald Lynam, his father Ronald, who had a “great influence” on Satoshi, had a special relationship with his grandson and would often bring him souvenirs from his travels. Satoshi particularly cherished the Japanese banknotes used during Japan’s occupation of the Philippines given by his grandfather.
“[My father] was almost a machine himself… with his brain ticking over with all of his plans and the things he wanted to build and do and so on. But with Satoshi, he could sit down and they would open up and talk to one another for hours,” Donald Lynam recalled.
With Ronald influencing Satoshi’s interest in Asian culture, specifically Japanese, Donald Lynam wasn’t surprised that his nephew used Satoshi Nakamoto as a pseudonym to protect his privacy and that of his family. Finance Yahoo
The Hero and Goal:
Craig Steven Wright, (his real name) is a computer scientist, businessman and inventor who was born in Brisbane, Queensland in October 1970. Smh.com.au
“Nakamoto is the Japanese Adam Smith. Honest Ledger + Micro Cash. Satoshi is Intelligent History. Not too hard.” – Craig Steven Wright. CoinTelegraph
His goal was to create a peer to peer electronic cash system, and the one world digital currency!
“Stefan Matthews, CEO of TAAL says he knows Craig S. Wright is Satoshi and created Bitcoin and the whitepaper. He says Craig discussed with him and showed him some of the material included in the Bitcoin whitepaper before it was released, at 7:00 min mark:”
"Stefan Matthews, CEO of TAAL says he knows Craig S. Wright is Satoshi and created Bitcoin and the whitepaper. He says Craig discussed with him and showed him some of the material included in the Bitcoin whitepaper before it was released, at 7:00 min mark:" from bsv
Ronald Lynam, was a cryptographic expert, who had a direct influence on his grandson.
Craig Steven Wright became interested in computer science, statistics, Japanese culture and cryptography, just to name a few of his many interests!
Peer to Peer Electronic Cash System or Bitcoin!
Dr. Wright talks about a “P2P e-cash.”
Dr. Wright says he originally had an idea for a system like this in 1998, and the first iteration of it was the token system he created for Lasseters, an online casino.
Dr. Wright said he tried to pitch the idea of P2P cash to BDO, and that he had a meeting with Allan Granger from BDO in which they set the delivery timeline for the project (TimeChain).
However, Dr. Wright said BDO ultimately did not accept his proposal to create the P2P e-cash.
Some of the individuals that were early to Bitcoin and made significant contributions, such as Hal Finney, Wei Dai, and Gavin Andresen.
Dr. Wright talked about how several versions of the Bitcoin white paper were created until he felt he had something ready to be released into the world.
Dr. Wright says the third version was the one he shared with Dave Kleiman, his best friend!
Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer electronic cash system. The Bitcoin white paper published by Satoshi Nakamoto (Craig Wright) on October 31, 2008. https://craigwright.net/bitcoin-white-paper.pdf
The original was posted here https://bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf
The Journey and Bitcoin Creation
Craig had been working on Bitcoin since 2006, and even earlier than that!
On 18 August 2008, he registered the domain name bitcoin.org
Later that year, on 31 October, a link to a paper authored by Satoshi Nakamoto titled Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System was posted to a cryptography mailing list.
This paper detailed methods of using a peer-to-peer network to generate what was described as “a system for electronic transactions without relying on trust”.
On 3 January 2009, the bitcoin network came into existence with Satoshi Nakamoto mining the genesis block of bitcoin (block number 0), which had a reward of 50 bitcoins.
Embedded in the bitcoin code was the text:
The Times Jan/03/2009 Chancellor on brink of second bailout for banks.
The text refers to a headline in The Times published on 3 January 2009.
This note has been interpreted as both a timestamp of the genesis date and a derisive comment on the instability caused by fractional-reserve banking.
The first open source bitcoin client was released on 9 January 2009, hosted at SourceForge.
The Conflict 1 – Craig Steven Wright is Doxxed!
Against his wishes Craig is publicly identified as the creator of Bitcoin.
Gizmodo Headlines Read: This Australian Says He and His Dead Friend Invented Bitcoin Gizmodo
Wired Headline Reads: Is Bitcoin’s Creator this Unknown Australian Genius? Probably Not (Updated)
Documents leaked to WIRED suggested that Bitcoin’s creator was Craig Wright, but they may be a hoax. Wired
He gets support from people in the cryptography industry.
Satoshi: I believe Craig Steven Wright is the person who invented Bitcoin. http://gavinandresen.ninja/satoshi
Wired Headine: How Craig Wright Privately ‘Proved’ to Gavin Andresen that he Created Bitcoin
One of Bitcoin’s first coders describes Craig Wright’s private “proof” that he created the cryptocurrency, in contrast with his flimsy public evidence. Wired
Satoshi Gives Gavin Andresen the Keys to Bitcoin
Gavin Andresen, is chosen by Craig Wright in late 2010 as “core maintainer”/chief developer of the open source code that defines the rules of Bitcoin and the software code.
Craig Wright places Gavin Andresen as the sole maintainer of the Bitcoin code while CSW goes silent.
The Conflict 2 – Satoshi’s Bitcoin Repository Keys Are Lost:
Gavin Andresen, lead developer of the Bitcoin repository, (sourceforge and Github) who affirmed that Craig Wright was Satoshi Nakamoto, had added other people with administration rights to the repository, who then removed Gavin’s access to the repository by changing his password!
Gavin loses access!
The bad actors used this tactic and excuse:
‘The only reason Gavin would say Craig is Satoshi is because Gavin must have been hacked’.
But he wasn’t hacked!
They had booted Gavin Andresen out of Bitcoin and as a result, Craig had also lost his access to the repository as well.
Craig lost the keys to the bitcoin code and it was now in the hands of developers that are part of an entity that became Blockstream! (CEO Adam Back).
Adam Back publicly states he is not the Bitcoin creator.
The content below is deleted by bad actors.
For several years Blockstream attempts to ‘improve’ Bitcoin, but in the process cripples it!
Craig Wright reveals himself as Satoshi Nakamoto!
Bitcoin Project blocks out Gavin Andresen over Satoshi Nakamoto claims:
Bitcoin Foundation’s chief scientist, who supported Craig Wright’s claim to be Satoshi Nakamoto, no longer allowed to make changes to currency’s code.
Bitcoin Scalability Problem and the Bitcoin War
Big blockers fight against small blockers.
Bitcoin is intentionally crippled by a 1 mb block size, Bitcoin core BTC developers stifle improvements to the code and a 1 mb block size remains.
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is a result from the war. The maximum block size of Bitcoin Cash is increased to 32MB compared to Bitcoin’s 1MB. This makes BCH more scalable, and able to carry out more transactions per second, reducing its environmental impact, and increasing its viability as a currency, in theory!
116 transactions per second
Transaction speed is crucial to the scalability, functionality, widespread adoption, and ultimate success of a cryptocurrency.
The original Bitcoin can process seven transactions per second, whereas Bitcoin Cash is able to process 116 transactions per second on average. Google Search
The 2nd Guide:
Satoshi Asks For Help from Stefan Matthews on how Bitcoin Should and Could Be Saved.
Stefan introduces Craig to Billionaire online casino pioneer Calvin Ayre. (31:00 minute mark.)
On how to bring bitcoin back to his original vision!
Bitcoin Back to Genesis:
BitcoinSV is forked from Bitcoin Cash. After extensive recoding and improvements over about 2 years, on the 4th of February, 2020, BitcoinSV returns to Genesis, meaning it now represents the original vision of Craig Steven Wright (Satoshi Nakamoto)
Craig Wright Wins Court Case to Prove He is Sole Creator of Bitcoin
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