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Bitcoin Mathematics: Why 21 Million BTC May Have Been Chosen

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300+ decentralized nodes, only 1,000,000 capped and fixed permanent supply. WAU Coin is 21x more scarce than bitcoin. Mathematical outperformance

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Analysis: Bitcoin's Mathematical Scarcity Algorithm vs Gold's Perceived Scarcity

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Analysis: Bitcoin's Mathematical Scarcity Algorithm vs Gold's Perceived Scarcity

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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Mathematical Proof That the Lightning Network Cannot Be a Decentralized Bitcoin Scaling Solution

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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Mathematical Proof That the Lightning Network Cannot Be a Decentralized Bitcoin Scaling Solution

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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Mathematical explanation of Bitconnect sustainability. Draw your own conclusions.

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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Mathematical Proof That the Lightning Network Cannot Be a Decentralized Bitcoin Scaling Solution

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Noob friendly guide on how to verify the message about Craig Wright.

Noob friendly guide on how to verify the message about Craig Wright.

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Instructions
Step 1: Go to https://reinproject.org/bitcoin-signature-tool/ (click Bitcoin QT)
Step 2: Go to https://paste.debian.net/1148565
Step 3: Copy the message without quotes
Step 4: Copy wallet address and digital signature (there are 144 pairs to choose from)
Step 5: Go to https://www.blockchain.com/explorer
Step 6: Copy the wallet address and click enter to see when the first transaction was made with that wallet (all from early days of Bitcoin)

What does this prove?
  • It proves someone else has private keys (passwords) for wallets Craig Wright claims to have access to in the court case (Craig may not even have access himself, although he claims he does). This means he either lied in court (purjury) or need to provide evidence he actually has access to these wallets too.
  • This proves someone involved in the early days of Bitcoin (mathematically verifiable) thinks Craig Wright is not Satoshi.
  • This does not mean Satoshi signed this message (it could be though). It does not matter anyway, we are all Satoshi.
Note: DO NOT COPY YOUR OWN PRIVATE KEY ONTO ANY OF THESE WEBSITES.
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Bitcoin: The beauty of mathematics

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Bitcoin: The beauty of mathematics

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Bitcoin: The beauty of mathematics (Part 3)

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Bitcoin: The beauty of mathematics

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Bitcoin Sovereignty Through Mathematics [Audiobook]

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Bitcoin: The beauty of mathematics (Part 3)

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