The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @lopp ever

March 6th, 2014

@TheStalwart It’s not news until it’s proven. It’s not proven until Satoshi proves it himself.

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@chamath Nope, that’s just what “they” want you to think.

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@BTC4BIZ @msantoriESQ @nickjachelson @Newsweek I think you misunderstood. I was talking about Satoshi Nakamoto, not Satoshi Nakamoto.

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@kyledrake I’m sure that the inventor is, at the very least, several such people.

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@WaltFrench @binarybits Many of the coins known to have been mined by Satoshi have never been moved. Though he could have given keys away.

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@mikestable IIRC, this is from “Nitro Circus” - it’s on Netflix. Watch it.

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@binarybits He’s known to have mined ~1M BTC. Though there’s no way you could extract that much value from the exchanges.

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@barrysilbert We’ve really got to get you deeper into the Internet. Watch out for the deep end of the deep web, though. Bring floaties.

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@BenDoernberg Additionally, one cannot kill cryptocurrency because it is fundamentally an idea.

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@cfarivar For any of a number of reasons, but I’m not in the business of speculating or analyzing psychology. I stick to the facts.

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@cfarivar Circumstantial evidence is not convincing evidence.

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@cfarivar He used satoshin@gmx.com and satoshi@vistomail.com

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@cfarivar There are available methods that would be decent proof, such as tying Satoshi’s known email addresses to this man.

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@cfarivar Nope, anybody can do that. If Satoshi wishes to identify himself, he must sign a message or move coins known to belong to him.

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@cfarivar Your logic is impeccable. I’m not denying that I’m Satoshi Nakamoto, either!

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@cabel @zdurd @paulrobichaux Fundamental question that @truth_eater has yet to answer is why she thinks she has proven he created Bitcoin.

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CoinChomp Journalist Harrasses Man Believing Him to be Bitcoin Founder Satoshi Nakamoto: coinchomp.com/2014/03/06/jou…

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@cryptotraveler Is it the people in said community who believe the media? Or the people who are NOT in the community? Seems the latter to me

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nickjachelson @lopp @Newsweek @truth_eater he could buy Newsweek and fire all the people :)

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 11:01 AM, Mar 6th, 2014 via web)

@truth_eater My question is this: where in your piece did you prove that this man created Bitcoin? I only see circumstantial evidence.

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@paulrobichaux It’s a little late for that. @truth_eater has opened Pandora’s Box.

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@flyosity They’ll be more upset if any harm comes to Satoshi. Much more upset.

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Does Satoshi Nakamoto have any legal recourse to sue @Newsweek / @truth_eater for unsubstantiated claims that he is Satoshi Nakamoto?

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@Charlie_L_Hall @ian_birnbaum @truth_eater Agreed; that is suspicious to say the least.

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@CoinChomp A decent biography, but shamefully deficient in the “evidence” department.

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@pkedrosky @joshk This piece is entirely based upon circumstantial evidence. No proof has been provided.

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@Charlie_L_Hall Nope, while it may or may not be him, @truth_eater has proven nothing.

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@CarterD Um, no. @truth_eater pulled off a helluva piece of circumstantial evidence and proved… nothing.

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I am Satoshi Nakamoto!

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@cryptotraveler I like where you’re going with this.

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@TriangleBitcoin IDK, is torture considered to be worse than death?

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@pierebel @TriangleBitcoin Quite true, just saying that that’s one step closer to proof than we even have from Newsweek. :-)

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@cryptotraveler Bitcoin “journalism” has done a marvelous job at exposing what passes for news reporting these days. Entertainment > facts.

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@TriangleBitcoin Or, you know, finding a guy who actually admits to being Satoshi is a start. That’s more than we even have in this case…

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Congratulations, @truth_eater, you have proven absolutely nothing. Let’s just hope you haven’t ruined a man’s life.

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gavinandresen I’m disappointed Newsweek decided to dox the Nakamoto family, and regret talking to Leah.

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