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

May 2nd, 2016

Compact block relay Bitcoin Improvement Proposal by @TheBlueMatt: github.com/TheBlueMatt/bi…

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@matthew_d_green There are plenty of people who aren’t Satoshi who could also do that. I see no reason to fear Satoshi specifically.

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This is how you do it. It’s really not that complicated. twitter.com/SatoshiLite/st…

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The point of cryptographic signatures is that you can safely present them to the world for all to validate, not just share w/a few experts.

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@BitcoinBelle @kristovatlas It doesn’t matter who Satoshi is in grand scheme of things, but we have multiple experts making unproven claims.

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@DrRoyMurphy The problem is that it appears that he only showed the “real proof” to a handful of people & hasn’t published it publicly.

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Craig Wright’s web site is protected by javascript so that people can’t grab images or source code, like I just did. pic.twitter.com/evHYxwnHNW

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If the real Satoshi can’t spell “signature” I don’t want to live on this planet any more. drcraigwright.net/content/upload… pic.twitter.com/a401rJeJO6

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@iang_fc @Aquentson Wright sure has a lot of excuses when all he needs to do is submit to a challenge-response signing of arbitrary text…

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@JVWVU1 @alansilbert Current explanation doesn’t make much sense, but a group of people would make a “reveal” more complex if some objected.

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@alansilbert Indeed, there must be a reason behind all of the effort. If it’s real, might have to do with Satoshi being a group of people.

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@Aquentson @iang_fc Indeed; this is one of the many questions that Wright has raised. He has created more questions than he’s answered.

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You don’t have to be a cryptographer to see that Satoshi was a concise & coherent writer while Wright is a rambler.

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If Craig Wright truly wants to prove that he is Satoshi, he’s going to need to sign some arbitrary messages upon request.

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@badslinky yeah, it looks like bitcoinstats.com just drops a lot of the messages from it.

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