How the Hunt for Satoshi Turned Dorian Nakamoto’s Life ...

The Decade in Blockchain — 2010 to 2020 in Review

2010

February — The first ever cryptocurrency exchange, Bitcoin Market, is established. The first trade takes place a month later.
April — The first public bitcoin trade takes place: 1000BTC traded for $30 at an exchange rate of 0.03USD/1BTC
May — The first real-world bitcoin transaction is undertaken by Laszlo Hanyecz, who paid 10000BTC for two Papa John’s pizzas (Approximately $25 USD)
June — Bitcoin developer Gavin Andreson creates a faucet offering 5 free BTC to the public
July — First notable usage of the word “blockchain” appears on BitcoinTalk forum. Prior to this, it was referred to as ‘Proof-of-Work chain’
July — Bitcoin exchange named Magic The Gathering Online eXchange—also known as Mt. Gox—established
August —Bitcoin protocol bug leads to emergency hard fork
December — Satoshi Nakamoto ceases communication with the world

2011

January — One-quarter of the eventual total of 21M bitcoins have been generated
February — Bitcoin reaches parity for the first time with USD
April — Bitcoin reaches parity with EUR and GBP
June — WikiLeaks begins accepting Bitcoin donations
June — Mt. Gox hacked, resulting in suspension of trading and a precipitous price drop for Bitcoin
August — First Bitcoin Improvement Proposal: BIP Purpose and Guidelines
October — Litecoin released
December — Bitcoin featured as a major plot element in an episode of ‘The Good Wife’ as 9.45 million viewers watch.

2012

May — Bitcoin Magazine, founded by Mihai Alisie and Vitalik Buterin, publishes first issue
July — Government of Estonia begins incorporating blockchain into digital ID efforts
September — Bitcoin Foundation created
October — BitPay reports having over 1,000 merchants accepting bitcoin under its payment processing service
November — First Bitcoin halving to 25 BTC per block

2013

February — Reddit begins accepting bitcoins for Gold memberships
March — Cyprus government bailout levies bank accounts with over $100k. Flight to Bitcoin results in major price spike.
May —Total Bitcoin value surpasses 1 billion USD with 11M Bitcoin in circulation
May — The first cryptocurrency market rally and crash takes place. Prices rise from $13 to $220, and then drop to $70
June — First major cryptocurrency theft. 25,000 BTC is stolen from Bitcoin forum founder
July — Mastercoin becomes the first project to conduct an ICO
August — U.S. Federal Court issues opinion that Bitcoin is a currency or form of money
October — The FBI shuts down dark web marketplace Silk Road, confiscating approximately 26,000 bitcoins
November — Vitalik Buterin releases the Ethereum White Paper: “A Next-Generation Smart Contract and Decentralized Application Platform
December — The first commit to the Ethereum codebase takes place

2014

January — Vitalik Buterin announces Ethereum at the North American Bitcoin Conference in Miami
February — HMRC in the UK classifies Bitcoin as private money
March — Newsweek claims Dorian Nakamoto is Bitcoin creator. He is not
April — Gavin Wood releases the Ethereum Yellow Paper: “Ethereum: A Secure Decentralised Generalised Transaction Ledger
June — Ethereum Foundation established in Zug, Switzerland
June — US Marshals Service auctions off 30,000 Bitcoin confiscated from Silk Road. All are purchased by venture capitalist Tim Draper
July — Ethereum token launch raises 31,591 BTC ($18,439,086) over 42 days
September — TeraExchange launches first U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission approved Bitcoin over-the-counter swap
October — ConsenSys is founded by Joe Lubin
December — By year’s end, Paypal, Zynga, u/, Expedia, Newegg, Dell, Dish Network, and Microsoft are all accepting Bitcoin for payments

2015

January — Coinbase opens up the first U.S-based cryptocurrency exchange
February — Stripe initiates bitcoin payment integration for merchants
April — NASDAQ initiates blockchain trial
June — NYDFS releases final version of its BitLicense virtual currency regulations
July — Ethereum’s first live mainnet release—Frontier—launched.
August — Augur, the first token launch on the Ethereum network takes place
September — R3 consortium formed with nine financial institutions, increases to over 40 members within six months
October — Gemini exchange launches, founded by Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss
November — Announcement of first zero knowledge proof, ZK-Snarks
December — Linux Foundation establishes Hyperledger project

2016

January — Zcash announced
February — HyperLedger project announced by Linux Foundation with thirty founding members
March — Second Ethereum mainnet release, Homestead, is rolled out.
April — The DAO (decentralized autonomous organization) launches a 28-day crowdsale. After one month, it raises an Ether value of more than US$150M
May — Chinese Financial Blockchain Shenzhen Consortium launches with 31 members
June — The DAO is attacked with 3.6M of the 11.5M Ether in The DAO redirected to the attacker’s Ethereum account
July — The DAO attack results in a hard fork of the Ethereum Blockchain to recover funds. A minority group rejecting the hard fork continues to use the original blockchain renamed Ethereum Classic
July — Second Bitcoin halving to 12.5BTC per block mined
November — CME Launches Bitcoin Price Index

2017

January — Bitcoin price breaks US$1,000 for the first time in three years
February — Enterprise Ethereum Alliance formed with 30 founding members, over 150 members six months later
March — Multiple applications for Bitcoin ETFs rejected by the SEC
April — Bitcoin is officially recognized as currency by Japan
June — EOS begins its year-long ICO, eventually raising $4 billion
July — Parity hack exposes weaknesses in multisig wallets
August — Bitcoin Cash forks from the Bitcoin Network
October — Ethereum releases Byzantium soft fork network upgrade, part one of Metropolis
September — China bans ICOs
October — Bitcoin price surpasses $5,000 USD for the first time
November — Bitcoin price surpasses $10,000 USD for the first time
December — Ethereum Dapp Cryptokitties goes viral, pushing the Ethereum network to its limits

2018


January — Ethereum price peaks near $1400 USD
March — Google bans all ads pertaining to cryptocurrency
March — Twitter bans all ads pertaining to cryptocurrency
April — 2018 outpaces 2017 with $6.3 billion raised in token launches in the first four months of the year
April — EU government commits $300 million to developing blockchain projects
June — The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission states that Ether is not a security.
July — Over 100,000 ERC20 tokens created
August — New York Stock Exchange owner announces Bakkt, a federally regulated digital asset exchange
October — Bitcoin’s 10th birthday
November — VC investment in blockchain tech surpasses $1 billion
December — 90% of banks in the US and Europe report exploration of blockchain tech

2019

January — Coinstar machines begin selling cryptocurrency at grocery stores across the US
February — Ethereum’s Constantinople hard fork is released, part two of Metropolis
April — Bitcoin surpasses 400 million total transactions
June — Facebook announces Libra
July — United States senate holds hearings titled ‘Examining Regulatory Frameworks for Digital Currencies and Blockchain”
August — Ethereum developer dominance reaches 4x that of any other blockchain
October — Over 80 million distinct Ethereum addresses have been created
September — Santander bank settles both sides of a $20 million bond on Ethereum
November — Over 3000 Dapps created. Of them, 2700 are built on Ethereum
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Who Is Satoshi Nakamoto?

Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are the new trend market today almost everywhere people are talking about Bitcoins, particularly with examples that someone has made millions in only a couple of years by smartly investing in bitcoins. It is decentralized, which means it isn't controlled nor backed up by any administration, nation, or an individual element. Unlike traditional currencies, such as dollars and euros, bitcoins are issued and managed without any regulation from any central government. Thus, it is more resistant to inflation and corruption. A Bitcoin derives its value basically from the demand and usage of bitcoins, similar to a stock. With this kind of innovation, everyone is thinking about how Bitcoin started and who created this kind of technology? The name "bitcoin.org" was registered on 18 August 2008. While on the 31st of October 2008, 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. Nakamoto implemented the bitcoin software as an open-source code and released it in January 2009. Then on the 3rd of January 2009, the bitcoin network was created when Nakamoto mined the first block of the chain, known as the genesis block. Embedded in the coinbase of this block was the text "The Times 03/Jan/2009 Chancellor on brink of second bailout for banks". This note references a headline published by The Times and has been interpreted as both timestamp and comment on the instability caused by fractional-reserve banking.
With all these groundbreaking accomplishments of bitcoin, Nakamoto's identity remains unknown. Several speculations and theories were made, but all of these speculations don't have concrete evidence to prove their speculations are true. One of the first and most easily dismissed claims was that of Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto. The 68-year-old Japanese-American living in California, was identified in a 2014 Newsweek article as the elusive Bitcoin creator. Despite his work as a systems engineer on classified US defense projects as well as his background in digital finance, the homonymous nature was sheer coincidence. While one of the most intriguing speculations is the announcement made by Craig Wright that he is Satoshi Nakamoto. As said to this article, Craig Wright is an Australian academic who was brought into the spotlight of Satoshi when Wired Magazine published an article in 2015 claiming Wright “either invented Bitcoin, or is a brilliant hoaxer”. Shortly after the Wired article was released, Gizmodo released their article stating they were contacted by a supposed hacker that had gained access to Wright’s emails and claimed that Satoshi Nakamoto was a pseudonym for Wright and his accomplice, the deceased cybersecurity expert David Kleinmen. However, when asked to provide evidence a list of addresses associated with the Tulip Trust, said to hold almost 1 million BTC the documents were highly redacted and shed little light on the true nature of Wrights involvement in the birth of Bitcoin. Still the story is not yet and finish and there is still no enough evidence in this proclamation of Craig Wright. The man behind the empire of bitcoin is still unknown, but it'll just be a matter of time till someone claims that he, she or they, are the people behind Bitcoin.
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Who is Satoshi Nakamoto?

Satoshi Nakamoto is the developer and founder of Bitcoin. Satoshi Nakamoto published Bitcoin whitepaper on November 1, 2008, and dug out the first Bitcoin on January 3, 2009. Whoever can use the Bitcoin in the genesis block is Satoshi Nakamoto himself, so who is Satoshi Nakamoto? There have been multiple "Satoshi Nakamoto" in history
In 2013, someone reported that Mochizuki, who has made outstanding contributions in the field of mathematics, was Satoshi Nakamoto, but no direct evidence was provided.
In 2014, the hacker hacked into the mailbox used by Satoshi Nakamoto, and found the owner Dorian Nakamoto. Then Dorian stated that he only accidentally obtained the address and password of the mailbox, and is not Satoshi Nakamoto.
In 2016, Craig Wright stated that he is Satoshi Nakamoto and can provide Satoshi's private key. But then Wright withdrew his statement because he couldn't confront everyone's doubts.
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Andreas: I'm fundraising for Dorian Nakamoto

Hi everyone, Andreas M. Antonopoulos here.
I'm fundraising for Dorian Nakamoto, the person named in the newsweak article.
I have no idea if this person is Satoshi, though it seems increasingly unlikely. However, it doesn't matter either way. If this person is Satoshi, then the funds are a small "thanks" and won't make much of a difference.
However, if this person is not Satoshi, then these funds will serve as a "sorry for what happened to you", help with medical bills his family is facing, any legal bills they may incur, or anything else. Most of all, it serves to soften the damage caused by irresponsible journalism and to demonstrate the generosity and empathy of the community, which I know is huge
Here's how it will work. I will collect donations to a single bitcoin address, posted below, with the following rules:
After the end of March, I will make my best effort to contact Dorian and deliver the donations in USD. I will document as much of that process as possible to prove the donations were delivered, as long as that documentation does not affect Dorian's privacy.
The blockchain will provide transparency of all funds donated, which will not move from that address until the funds are delivered to the intended recipient based on the rules above.
Donation address: 1Dorian4RoXcnBv9hnQ4Y2C1an6NJ4UrjX
Check the fundraising progress here: https://blockchain.info/address/1Dorian4RoXcnBv9hnQ4Y2C1an6NJ4UrjX
EDIT: Find the donation address and the terms, signed by my PGP key, at the pastebin below
http://pastebin.com/4MHvpaeN
UPDATE - April 9th, 2014:
I am in contact with Mr. Dorian Nakamoto and I will be delivering control of the funds to him, in person, within the next 3 weeks. I will post an update once this is done, as verification.
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Bitcoin Bounty from 2014. Funds are still available at the address

Did any of you come across this bounty?
https://blog.cobalt.io/capture-the-coin-6087d13d6272
funds are still there
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A question to the NEM Dev’s The age of extinction. (Feel free to delete again Nem)

This will be a too long didn’t read for many but for the few enjoy.
I and my three friends were caught up in the age of extinction and were awarded 2 of 4 accounts when the NEM dev in charge couldn’t decide if we were 4 guys or 1 guy with sock puppets.
This was after providing all information and proof that was requested such as linked in accounts and Facebook accounts that were never verified (Ie never messaged) by the dev in addition to volunteering to provide any additional information that could prove definitively one way or the other that we were 4 guys. (an offer which was repeatedly ignored as can be seen in the below emails)
So the question, has the dev team ever considered actually bringing someone in to review the information in an unbiased manner to determine without a doubt that legitimate NEM supporters weren’t turfed? After all the accounts are all still sitting in the development fund so they are there, and the Nem tokens still do exist so they could be issued in order to ensure that the fair egalitarian thing is done.
In our case it came to a coin toss
Also my offer still stands we are willing to all prove that we are real live people who all went to university together who lived in residence ie the same home together and all went to Vegas together as well as any other evidence that you require to prove that you made a mistake.
Ps when are we getting the silver coins…. “original Nemians will get this”
For amusement sake I have included the bitcoin talk emails between my group patmast3r and makoto1337 so if you are all bored feel free to read and watch a little begging a little banter and what became a growing frustration. But if you do manage to read it all you will see that in the end offers of proof were ignored and that makoto1337 wasnt really sure. Oh and if a dev wants to actually read them in btt I would be happy to show them.
Now the facts:
Me and my friends provided all information that was requested of us. We provided linked in account and facebook accounts upon the dev teams request however no one was ever contacted ie messaged to verify if they were legitimate. We offered to provide any additional information that the dev team could think of to prove that we were legitimate. If we were sock puppets having survived the first few rounds of culling why didn’t we take the early tokens that were offered and run, why did we stick around for the additional rounds that the devs made clear were coming? Now to answer some questions that will be forth coming.
Why didn’t you guys bring this up before, we have tried however there has never really been a public forum in which I might get a legitimate answer and until recently did not use reddit as you can see from the age of my account. Why were all of your IP addresses different if you lived in the same place? The answer is that we all lived in the university residence (which we can prove) and we all ran vpn’s because we like a diverse range of Netflix. If you all had different IP’s how did they even associate your accounts and decide you were sock puppets, well we all went for a trip to Vegas to celebrate convocation from University and while we were there we checked on NEM (which we can prove there are picture) Why were your bitcoin talk accounts so new, back then who’s wernt? In order to participate in NEM you needed a BTT account so we signed up for them. Why were to login so far apart and at times one after the other, because I got the guys into NEM and was the driving force prodding them along. If you guys weren’t a sock puppet why didn’t you fight harder?? I did I asked the man in charge and he made his decision so what could I possibly do? Why did you guys take the two accounts in the end instead of holding out. Well when you get fleeced and you get the option of keeping half of your money or none of it you take half. You guys are just a couple of NEM losers looking to cash in now and probably have nothing to do with NEM anymore. Actually after we divided the accounts I was tasked not so long ago with cashing it out, I also still trade a little under half a million in NEM coins on a regular basis. Squibbels
The Age of Extinction Please Read « Sent to: makoto1337 on: March 13, 2015, 11:55:49 PM »
Hello Makoto
I will keep this short as I imagine you are a busy man these days. I am emailing on behalf of myself and three of my buddies J, J and G as we figured that it was best to just send one message and let you decide on a course of action rather than to send four separate messages saying more or less the same thing, however if you would like we can each send you one.
The situation is this, our four accounts have been flagged as sock puppets I am guessing because we are roommates and have moved all accounts to one machine, we didnt realize that this would cause an issue. So my question is what can we do and what do you need from us to prove that without a doubt that these account belong to four separate individuals. If you need we can even send a scanned copy of our driver’s licenses to prove that these belong to four separate individuals.
I convinced my three friends to join Nem because it looked like it could be a fun coin and I came across it when I was getting into mining and attempting to figure out config files for cards.
Anyways I have helped them along the way with figuring out bitcoin clients and the Nem client and purchasing their stakes and so on. One guy knows what he is doing more or less when it comes to this type of thing and the other two don’t really know that much. Basically we are their IT support in most things computer related.....
Initially they were eager to learn however they did not expect the launch to take as long as it has even though I warned them beforehand that it may take a long time and that it might not even launch at all. As a result they have mostly lost interest until the launch and have left account maintenance to me and spend most of their Nem time making fun of me because I convinced them to actually spend money on their stakes where as I got mine for free.
So the facts
We are talking about 4 accounts here not 40 or 50 or 200 like that crazy sock puppet person.
If these four accounts were sock puppets why would I not have simply loaded up on accounts during the free account registration period and avoided paying actual cash for them. I think my one buddy spent like $60 or a $100 buck the plus side to that is I got cash in hand for my bitcoin instead of paying an exchange/withdraw fee.
If these 4 accounts were sock puppets ie pump and dumpers we would have exchanged them for Nxt tokens and dumped them when each stake was worth $3600 but we didnt!
The reason our BTT accounts have been dead is because we for the most part only got them for Nem and are active on your FB page instead I under the Name of blank I am both positive and Negative in my posts as I find it gets the conversation going...... I am also the one that jokingly suggested a Nem Dev date auction.
We recently just threw all of the accounts on to one primary laptop to make life easier since the two guy lost interest in it until launch and G did not feel like deleting his Java again, deleting Nem client files again and then doing another fresh install every time a new beta was posted. We figured it was just easier to run one machines and keep it up to date then once everything launched if it launched we could go from there. We didn’t think that or at least I certainly did not think that since a person could now own/redeem multiple accounts from the exchange that centralizing all accounts would be an issue.
You can look at this two ways I suppose, the first would be that these account belong to four University buddies who hang out with one another a lot and live together or they are sock puppet accounts. Once again we are willing to do whatever is needed to prove that these accounts belong to four separate people some of us more eagerly than others.
So please let us know what we need to do the get this resolved, hope you have a great weekend and thank you for your time Makoto.
makoto1337 Legendary
I am not Dorian Nakamoto. « Sent to: Squibbels on: March 24, 2015, 07:45:35 AM »
Hi,
Sorry for the late reply. Things have been quite busy.
I have no problem with giving you 2 of the 4 stakes. Your story is quite long and I confirmed your facebook account. However, it seems a little strange that the 4 of you would all have different IPs when registering from the same computer in the same house.
Does that sound reasonable?
Squibbels « Sent to: makoto1337 on: March 25, 2015, 05:41:47 AM »
Hello Makoto1337
Thank you for the reply, I can only imagine how busy you guys are getting ready for launch and dealing with account issues such as these.
I can also appreciate how different IP's might look a little strange however the explanation is fairly simple as I mentioned to the mysterious Nem Face Book person. We run Hola in order to experience the joys of American, Canadian and United kingdom netfilx as well as other on-line content. That combined with the fact that we were worried that we would get into this situation where we looked like sock puppets we did our best to avoid that situation basically by changing our vpn.... apparently we failed and then once multiple accounts could be claimed we didn't or at least I didn't think there there would be an issue combining everything and waiting for launch. I imagine no matter how you look at it if you have 2, 3 ,4 or 5 people living in one place they are potentially going to come off as sock puppets. Two accounts are tempting however unless we share them amongst the four of us at least two guys are getting hung out to dry.
We are willing to do whatever you need us to do the prove that we are in fact four guys living at the same place. If you are worried about us being sock puppets and dumping on launch you could always give us some of the accounts back after the launch and in the mean time we could just split the two Nem accounts 4 ways until then. That way we can prove that we arnt just here to pump and dump and if we are sock puppets we wouldn't have any negative effect on the launch of Nem.
Does that sound reasonable or is there something else that we can do to actually get all four of our accounts back?
makoto1337 Legendary I am not Dorian Nakamoto.
Hi,
Sorry for the late reply. We are busy with launch, but will consider your case some more post-launch
Sorry for the inconvenience!
Squibbels
« Sent to: makoto1337 on: March 30, 2015, 12:54:04 AM » « Bcc: patmast3r »
Hello Makoto
G, J, J and myself were wondering if we could get an update on the status of our accounts. We realize that you and the Nem team are probably extremely busy with getting ready for the launch of new however since it has been 16 days since this process was started and our accounts were seized we would really like to get this sorted out.
As we have stated repeatedly we are willing do whatever is needed to prove that we are four roommates and that these accounts belong to four separate guys. Please get back to us as soon as possible since after waiting for a year and checking repeatedly we would really like to actually be part of Nem and the launch of Nem
Thank you for your time.
I am not Dorian Nakamoto. « Sent to: Squibbels on: March 31, 2015, 02:05:08 AM »
All the funds from the accounts marked as socks are being put into a multisig account and will be distributed from there based on the outcome of the appeal process.
Sorry for the inconvenience. Within 1-2 weeks, it should all be settled.
makoto1337 Legendary
Squibbels
Quick questions! Sorry « Sent to: makoto1337 on: March 31, 2015, 01:31:46 AM »
Hey Makoto
We were just wondering if you were still going to activate two of our accounts prior to launch and if so which of the two. We were just checking out the new client and kept getting a 121 error.
Sorry for bugging you it is just that we are really excited about the New Zealand launch on the first!!!!!
If you cant turn two of the accounts on prior to launch and prior to further looking into our account we understand
If you can please indicate which of our two accounts will come back on-line
Squibbels
« Sent to: makoto1337 on: March 31, 2015, 07:57:55 PM » « Bcc: patmast3r »
Hello Makoto
Sadly I doubt that you and the Nem team can fully appreciate the level of inconvenience and disappointment that this is really causing the people that you have labeled as sock puppet. We have waited for 13 months for this coin to launch with multiple maybe launches and have gotten excited each time only to be disappointed with a delay.
Now as Nem readies for launch or well actually has just launched after 13 months of waiting we are now being asked or rather being told to wait another 1 to 2 weeks until the Nem team sits down and decides how plausible each of our stories are and whether or not we will be granted the privilege of being allocated our Nem stakes.
Now I one hundred percent agree that this should have been and needed to be done however they way you guys executed it couldnt be more horrible one the Name ie age of extinction that was a big slap in the face for everyone that was nailed innocent or otherwise. 2. Anyone that was a true sock puppet most probably laundered there Btt account through via Nxt tokens the moment you offered them 3. The fact that you had plenty of time to do it pre launch assuring that everyone could be part of launch instead you guys pull this the month of launch and leave a bunch of Nemians holding the bag. Basically saying hey we dont really care about you guys thanks for investing and waiting but we dont really need you around for the launch and hey maybe we will get back to you later. You guys didnt say this however thats what you actions have said.
So congrats on burning a bunch of people really interested in Nem heck I cant even run as a Node because I am not part of the genesis and I sure as heck am not putting more money into a coin that just burnt me and my roommates at launch.
I am sure that you have heard this before however I felt that I should at least have the right to voice my opinion hey who know maybe you will give the four of us our accounts maybe you will decide hey that I/we have sent to many emails and pissed you guys off so we wont get anything.
Regardless of what you decide with mine and my roomates accounts if you truly value and actually care about your community and are as egalitarian as you say. I think the Nem team should consider including a short apology to each account that they deem valid as well as a small compensation of additional Nem for making them miss the Nem launch necessary or not. After all the first two weeks of a new launch are the most exciting and have a tone of potential to sell and buy with the fluctuating price. In my case I was hoping to sell high and buy low to increase my overall Nem holdings however I clearly cant do that now.
Anyways there is my rant Nem team I will endeavor to continue keeping my posts civil however I cant really speak for G, K, and J, after all they are their own people and I am surprised that they have even started complaining on your fb page.
Have a great launch as I am sure it will be fun
makoto1337 Legendary I am not Dorian Nakamoto.
« Sent to: Squibbels on: April 01, 2015, 04:48:49 AM »
Sorry for the inconvenience. We will get things sorted out fairly soon.
Squibbels
« Sent to: makoto1337 on: April 01, 2015, 06:09:12 AM » « Bcc: patmast3r »
That is beyond the point, today for example as I am sure you know Nem coin was trading for around $15,000 per stake only for about 20 minutes or so. Regardless I could have liquidated my share like many other did clear all of my debt and then bought back in for six shares at 2 bitcoin per share and hung out for the long term.
However due to the devs poor planing I and many other merely got to watch, and yes it was poor planning you guys could have done this early enough that it would have been resolved in time for launch.
Regardless that opportunity is well past and there will not be any big spikes with the chance to buy back in at a lower cost perhaps there will be a few minor ones if Nem hits other exchanges however they will be minimal. I imagine Nem will make it to .01 or .02 cents eventually in a year or so but hey after 13 months waiting for a final shafting without even the ability to be a node whats another 12 or 24 months.
Anyways my suggestion stands that the dev issue and appolagy and some form of compensation for whomever you deem worth of a Nem stake might make them a little less pissed about losing out on the same opportunity that was presented to the rest of the Nem community to you know make 15k and participate in launch.
Anyways I am clearly annoyed so before I say something inappropriate I will leave it here and maybe all get a reply saying hey where do we send your guys nem or hey you pissed us off and we had decided that you guys are sock puppets and no we wont bother taking you up on your offer to provide whatever we want as proof that you are four guys.
Just try looking at it from our point of view watching from the side lines.
Have a good one
Squibbels
makoto1337 Legendary
« Sent to: Squibbels on: April 01, 2015, 06:46:58 AM »
Sorry that you missed the chance to dump
Anyway, I looked at your data a little more and it is not so convincing that you are all real people.
Post counts ranged from 1-6, accounts were registered 8-10 days after NEM was started, and all 4 accounts did not log in for between 148 and 152 days on BTT. Bobthebuilder23 and Squibbels both were last active at the same time as of the analysis.
I'm not trying to be mean or anything. We will probably end up giving you 2 of the 4 accounts, but even then I am not sure because all the accounts could be controlled by another user. We will think about this some more, rather than just rejecting outright, though.
« Sent to: makoto1337 on: April 01, 2015, 07:18:40 AM »
There you go twisting my words Dump no, trade yes.
After all Nem coin is a currency if you dont use it what is the point of it. If you can trade it for say 20 bit coins and then re-buy it at 2 why wouldnt you heck if I had my account today and things went well I would have my node running be up $6,000 and would have 10 Nem accounts to hold long term instead of one. After all isnt that what the bulk of nemians were doing today or should they just sit back and look at all there pretty Nem?
What can I say I look at potential and profit and I trade real stock in my spare time, I dont have much yet but I have learned a few things such as there will probably be a spike as each exchange takes on Nem so there is an opportunity to sell high and buy low and the more it is traded the more it will be traded like any currency, commodity or company on txm is.
Secondly I told you I got my roomates on board they registered got there accounts and waited I am Squibbels the squirrel as it is my gaming name G is Bob the builder he was probably a little more active as he is a miner after a while account maintenance fell to one machine and mainly me, even now they are only making the few odd posts on FB because they realized how shafted they just got. I imagine if you look back as per analysis many nemians registered a btt account got a Nem stake and didnt look back except for notifications but hey if you can get them from the guy sitting next to you or via facebook where most people are pretty much permanently logged in why would you bother with btt.
As far as the you might be a sock puppet or you might be four guys the thing I find funny is that we have offered to provided you with whatever poof that four people can reasonable provide that they live together and yet you don't seem interested. Seems like a real thorough process. So flip a coin or let us prove that we are who we say we are if this is really a egalitarian process rather then just a couple of guys sitting in a room saying hmm he/she has a good story but that guy over there we arent so sure.
Anyways I have said what I have to say so there really isnt much more that I can do/say. So I guess all wait for one of three emails
B, G, J and K where can we send your Nem Guys please provide us with x info so we can get this sorted out. Great story guys but your out have a good one. Or some other variation .
Anyways regardless of how the devs could have handled this prior to launch good job on a successful coin launch and no crashes.
Have a good one.
makoto1337 Legendary
I am not Dorian Nakamoto.
« Sent to: Squibbels on: April 01, 2015, 07:35:13 AM »
I must give you credit for being persistent
Can you give me some linkedin/facebook pages, etc? Something to prove these are real people? So far I am just getting messages from you, so it would help make your case better with more evidence. Otherwise, people are allowed 2 accounts (1 for themselves, 1 for a loved one), so that is probably the decision that will be made.
Anyway, I was awake until 3 AM, so you probably don't want me to make a firm decision today
« Sent to: makoto1337 on: April 01, 2015, 03:19:09 PM » « Bcc: patmast3r » I find that you do not get anywhere unless you are willing to be persistent so all take that as a compliment.
Firstly I can assure you in regards to one account for you one for a loved one that I do not love any of these guys. Well maybe G face.
To prove that other three guys are real people here are copy/pasted links to there fb accounts.
https://www.facebook. https://www.facebook. https://www.facebook.
If you need anything else feel free to let me know or message one of those guys.
Have a good day.
makoto1337 Legendary
« Sent to: Squibbels on: April 01, 2015, 03:28:13 PM »
Thanks for the quick reply.
Which FB profile is with which BTT acct?
Squibbels « Sent to: makoto1337 on: April 01, 2015, 07:11:41 PM » Bit coin talk accounts are Me Squibbels
and If I recall correctly bitcoin talk accounts for the other three are as follows
Bobthebuilder23 https://www.facebook.com/ DoctorNem https://www.facebook.com/ FredandBob https://www.facebook.com/
Thanks for the quick reply.
makoto1337 Legendary
« Sent to: Squibbels on: April 09, 2015, 07:02:23 AM » Quote Reply Delete The earliest that stakes will be sent out is on the 19th. You'll be in the first batch if we decide in your favor
« Sent to: makoto1337 on: April 09, 2015, 05:24:08 AM » Reply with quoteQuote ReplyReply Remove this messageDelete
Hello Makoto1337
I have been busy getting ready for my finals so haven't checked in here much lately. We were just wondering if there has been any update in regards to ourselves and Nem as I believe the first mentioned redemption for claims is coming up on the tenth here.
Have a good evening.
Squibbels
makoto1337 Legendary I am not Dorian Nakamoto.
« Sent to: Squibbels on: April 10, 2015, 08:44:19 AM »
Hi,
Sorry for the late reply.
We will give back 2 of the 4 accounts. Which 2 would you like to have?
« Sent to: makoto1337 on: April 11, 2015, 08:24:53 PM » « Bcc: patmast3r »
.... Very well, if that is what you guys have decided you might as well split the nem or xem equally amongst our four accounts. I have listed our account wallet names and addresses below. Feel free to let me know if you need anything further ie there is an issue with the addresses.
makoto1337 Legendary Thank you for your reply. We will give back stakes to Squibbels and Bobthebuilder23. Feel free to further share them with others in the future. They will be sent out next week
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Of Wolves and Weasels - Day 59 - Nakamoto

Hey all, GoodShibe here!
"Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence" - Carl Sagan
There's nothing like the thrill of the hunt, to think you're following a lead that no one else has.
It's easy to get in too deep, to lose perspective when you're so sure you're right.
It's like trying to cold-read the Blockchain - the pieces are there, everything is connected, but there's a whole lot of room for misinterpretation if you get even one variable wrong.
Leah McGrath Goodman is learning the hard way, right now, the importance of having a great Editor on side. Someone to hold you back and make sure your 'i's are dotted and your 't's are crossed.
Because, while I personally take issue with pretty much her whole article, let alone the smug 'victory lap' tone found within it, I lay the blame for its existence, in it's current form, at her Editor's feet.
"He stands not with defiance, but with the slackness of a person who has waged battle for a long time and now faces a grave loss."
The internet community, not just Bitcoin, did a collective facepalm yesterday as this 'Reporter' proceeded to -- based on a very loose, very circumstantial set of evidence -- dox a 64-year old man; one still recovering from a stroke a few months earlier.
Let's let that sink in for a moment.
And let's also not forget that whatever failures are present in Leah's article are there because her Editor didn't have the presence of mind to say 'Hey, yeah, maybe we should make sure we're utterly rock solid on this?'
Thing is, I generally don't mind 'Gonzo' Journalism - this lady is absolutely no Hunter S. Thompson, but I understand her need for us to understand the journey she's been on. How 'hard' she's worked, alone, for months.
But in putting this story out -- clearly everyone involved missed the forest for the trees.
"What if we're wrong? What if we're setting up a 64-year old stroke victim to be harassed and attacked for the millions of dollars worth of Bitcoin he's 'supposed' to have?"
An Editor is supposed to be the lone voice in the wilderness - the one who catches you, brings you back on track when you've clearly strayed too far. I don't know what happened in this situation -- maybe this person didn't understand enough about Bitcoin to refute her, or reign her in. But the essentials, the core of Jounalistic Ethics (and yes, I know, I rolled my eyes too) is to make sure your facts are straight specifically because, when you're wrong, people can get hurt.
And you open yourself, possibly even your Masthead, up to lawsuits.
Luckily, American culture isn't known for being a litigious one, or Newsweek could end up in very serious trouble -- especially if something awful befalls this man or his family.
Seeing how the 'real' Satoshi Nakamoto has come forward, writing from a legit account denying he's Dorian Nakamoto -- I say 'real' because, without a PGP address, it still leaves the door open for speculation -- this whole article now finds itself in the throes of some very, very dangerous territory.
Let's just say that I would not want to be NewsWeek today -- hoping and praying with all their might that those media paparazzos watch their step, that all the stress of the next few weeks doesn't 'get to him'.
Unfortunately, as long as Journalists have leaders who are willing to believe that 'any publicity is good publicity', who're willing to be wrong and then double down on being wrong by trying to make the story about the Reporter herself we're going to have issues like this.
I hold Ms. Goodman accountable for her story, yes, but her Editor deserves to be receiving far, far more of the flack than they're getting.
They had the power to keep this story from being the clusterf*ck that it became.
And they failed mightily in that task.
I hope Mr. Dorian Nakamoto makes it through this situation unscathed, maybe, knowing American culture, he'll get a book deal out of it.
But, if nothing else, maybe the silver lining is that this will put out the clarion call, a reminder for those who would 'report the facts' to make sure, absolutely sure, they have their facts straight.
Because there are real lives at stake.
It's 8:19AM EST and we're at 57.52% of DOGEs found. Our Global Hashrate is on a sharp downswing from ~99 to ~72 GigaHashes per second. Our Difficulty has jumped and is holding steady at ~1216 from an earlier low of ~937.
As always, I thank you for your support!
GoodShibe
EDIT: Over in /GoodShibe, the folks there have voted, overwhelmingly, that today we're going to Tipbomb the Youtube content Creator 'VSauce' to thank him for his continued hard work and excellent content. You can follow the Friday Action Thread here, as -Wargrave- will be leading the charge.
EDIT 2: Tipping @tweetsauce, @vsaucetwo and @vsaucethree with @Tipdoge! Let's make it happen folks! Use the Hashtags #dogecoin #TipBomb
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Why I'm skeptical of Newsweek's Bitcoin story

A synopsis of events compiled from the story:
  1. Reporter finds the record for a Satoshi Nakamoto in a database containing registration cards of naturalized U.S. citizens.
  2. Reporter discovers the man has since changed his name to "Dorian Prentice Satoshi Nakamoto" and signs his name "Dorian S. Nakamoto".
  3. Reporter finds this 64-year old man living in Southern California.
  4. Reporter discovers that Dorian works on model trains as a hobby.
  5. Reporter contacts company through which Dorian buys trains, asking for Dorian's email address.
  6. Company sends reporter Dorian's email address.
  7. Reporter strikes up an email conversation with Dorian about trains. Reporter asks about Dorian's professional background, but only gets evasive answers.
  8. Dorian asks about reporter's background.
  9. Reporter says she will tell him about her background by phone.
  10. Dorian doesn't answer phone when reporter calls him, and does not return subsequent calls.
  11. Two weeks later, reporter appears at the door of Dorian's home.
  12. Dorian opens the door a crack, then shuts it. He then calls the police.
  13. Two police officers arrive.
  14. A meeting takes place in Dorian's driveway between the reporter, Dorian, and the two police officers.
  15. Reporter explains she wants to ask Dorian some questions about Bitcoin. One officer acknowledges knowing about both Bitcoin and Satoshi Nakamoto.
  16. Dorian says he's "no longer involved in that", adding "It's been turned over to other people. They are in charge of it now. I no longer have any connection."
  17. Dorian refuses to answer further questions.
  18. The police break up the meeting.
The story's background information suggests Dorian Nakamoto might have had the means and motive to create Bitcoin, but there's nothing directly pointing to him as the creator of Bitcoin. There's no electronic trail leading to him. There's no hard evidence that this man even knows what Bitcoin is.
Dorian's statements in his driveway could be interpreted in a number of different ways given the sequence of events and statements by relatives.
I'm not convinced.
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What's the status on Dorian Nakamoto's fundraiser?

Original thread:
http://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/1ztjmg/andreas_im_fundraising_for_dorian_nakamoto
Looks like the funds haven't moved:
https://blockchain.info/address/1Dorian4RoXcnBv9hnQ4Y2C1an6NJ4UrjX
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Evidence Kleiman can't be Satoshi Nakamoto and was Satoshi in mortal danger??

While I was reading the wikipedia article for Satoshi Nakamoto. There is a reference to a post made by profile allegedly created by Satoshi Nakamoto. He came out of hiding just to state that the Newsweek article outing him was incorrect.
"Later that day, the pseudonymous Nakamoto's P2P Foundation account posted its first message in five years, stating: "I am not Dorian Nakamoto."[41][42]"
The links it references are these. This was on March 7, 2014 at 1:17
http://p2pfoundation.ning.com/forum/topics/bitcoin-open-source?commentId=2003008%3AComment%3A52186
http://www.cnbc.com/2014/03/07/real-bitcoin-creator-i-am-not-dorian-nakamoto.html
So the question is, is the account on p2p foundation really Satoshi's? It certainly seems to be. Another interesting post made by that account on p2p foundation is this one.
"Reply by Satoshi Nakamoto on September 8, 2014 at 23:10"
"Dear Satoshi. Your dox, passwords and IP addresses are being sold on the darknet. Apparently you didn't configure Tor properly and your IP leaked when you used your email account sometime in 2010. You are not safe. You need to get out of where you are as soon as possible before these people harm you. Thank you for inventing Bitcoin."
So apparently a hacker saw Satoshi's private information for sale and bought it in order to warn him. Thanking him for BTC in the process.
I wonder what happened.
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What you need to know about bitcoin?

13 Things You Need to Know About Bitcoin
  1. The birth of Bitcoin
The origins of bitcoin trace back to 2008, when its creator, who went by the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto, published a proof of concept for Bitcoin. The proof was then published to a cryptocurrency mailing list in 2009. Nakamoto left the project in 2010 and disappeared, but other developers picked up the work. Bitcoin's birthday is Jan. 3, when Nakamoto mined the first 50 units of the currency.
  1. An elusive creator
The true identity of Bitcoin's creator has never been confirmed. Newsweek claimed to have found Bitcoin's creator in 2014, identifying Temple City, Calif., resident Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto. He has vigorously denied it. In 2015, an Australian entrepreneur named Craig Wright said he was Bitcoin's creator, but he couldn't produce the evidence to support his claim. Whoever Nakamoto is, that person is very rich, as the creator is estimated to have mined a million bitcoins in the currency’s early days.
  1. Very expensive pizza
The first transaction involving bitcoin was reported on May 22, 2010, when a programmer identified as Laszlo Hanyecz said he "successfully traded 10,000 bitcoins for pizza." As of Nov. 28, 2017, 10,000 bitcoins are worth about $99 million.
  1. You can spend bitcoins
While it may not seem like it, people continue to use bitcoins to buy stuff. The largest businesses to accept the cryptocurrency include Overstock.com, Expedia, Newegg and Dish.
  1. Federal Bureau of Bitcoin
At one point, the U.S. government was one of the largest holders of bitcoin. In 2013, after the FBI shut down Silk Road, a darknet site where people could buy drugs and other illicit goods and services, it took over bitcoin wallets controlled by the site, one of which held 144,000 bitcoins. Investors have been making a killing by bidding on government-seized bitcoins.
  1. A mountain-sized setback
In early 2014, Bitcoin suffered a devastating loss after the alleged hacking of Mt. Gox, a Japanese exchange. About $460 million of the currency (in 2014 value) was stolen. It was the largest loss of bitcoins ever and raised concerns about how secure the currency was.
  1. The billionaires' takes
Warren Buffett, perhaps the most famous investor in the world, was not so keen on Bitcoin one of the only times he addressed the currency. "Stay away from it. It's a mirage, basically," he told CNBC. "The idea that it has some huge intrinsic value is a joke in my view."
Fellow billionaire investor Jamie Dimon, chief executive of JPMorgan Chase, had even stronger words about Bitcoin: “You can’t have a business where people are going to invent a currency out of thin air. It won’t end well … someone is going to get killed and then the government is going to come down on it.”
But not all billionaires are against Bitcoin. Mark Cuban has said its value is inflated, but he recently invested in a venture capital fund that backs cryptocurrency. Richard Branson, however, has spoken more optimistically about it.
  1. Super wealthy twins and a smart teen
Other notable investors in Bitcoin include Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss (the Harvard-educated twins who sued Mark Zuckerberg claiming that Facebook was based on an idea they'd had). They bought $11 million worth of Bitcoin in 2013, an amount said to be about 1 percent of all bitcoins in circulation at that time. When Bitcoin's value reached more than $11,000 in early December, the twins were declared the first Bitcoin billionaires. The Winklevoss twins have been petitioning the SEC to create a bitcoin exchange traded fund. The agency rejected the idea earlier this year.
Another is investor and entrepreneur Erik Finman, who invested $1,000 into Bitcoin when he was 14 years old and is now a millionaire.
  1. Celebrities want in
Celebrities have also expressed enthusiasm for the cryptocurrency. Actor and Goop founder Gwyneth Paltrow advises Abra, a Bitcoin wallet, and Ashton Kutcher, Nas and Floyd Mayweather have all invested in Bitcoin startups.
  1. Support from a big financial institution
In August 2017, Fidelity Investments became a rare standout among financial institutions in embracing Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. The company allows its clients to use the Fidelity website to view their bitcoin holdings held through digital wallet provider Coinbase. "This is an experiment in the spirit of learning what these crypto assets are like and how our customers may want to interact with them," Hadley Stern, senior vice president and managing director at Fidelity Labs, told Reuters.
  1. A hard fork
On Aug. 1, 2017, Bitcoin experienced what's being called a "hard fork" as a result of a few issues, including the limited number of transactions that can be processed per second. Essentially, the cryptocurrency split into two, with Bitcoin Cash debuting. Here's how Rob Marvin of PCMag explains the situation: "The Bitcoin fork speaks to a fundamental ideological rift over what's more important: preserving the decentralized nature and independent control of the Bitcoin network, or accelerating transaction speeds to make the cryptocurrency more viable for mainstream ecommerce and payments." Bitcoin Cash allows larger blocks of currency and more transactions per second.
  1. Jaw-dropping
At the end of November 2017, Bitcoin's value reached toward $10,000 per unit. There are some 16.7 million Bitcoin units in circulation, and the cryptocurrency's market capitalization ($167,156,585,840 as of Nov. 28, 2017) is actually higher than that of Disney, McDonald's or IBM, and it is slightly above that of GE.
  1. Publicly traded
As of early December, there is another way to invest in Bitcoin without possessing some of the digital currency. On Dec. 10, 2017, Bitcoin futures -- "financial contracts obligating the buyer to purchase an asset or the seller to sell an asset," according to Investopedia -- became available on Cboe, a Chicago exchange. What this means for the future of Bitcoin is uncertain, but some argue it will help stabilize the cryptocurrency's wild price fluctuations.
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Crooked Lawyer used Dorian Nakamoto's unwanted publicity from Newsweek article for fraud.

On October, 2014 a Website called newsweeklied.com was created, supposedly to raise money for an attempt to sue Newsweek over its article on Dorian Nakamoto. http://money.cnn.com/2014/10/14/technology/nakamoto-newsweek-bitcoin/
The Website was a scam, they never had any intention to represent Dorian.
Here is what caused my suspicion.
When you now visit the website you get a message "Website Expired This account has expired. If you are the site owner, click below to login. SQUARESPACE"
The website's Whois information shows the website was registered on October 03, 2014.
Internet Archive's Wayback Machine archived copy of the website newsweeklied.com (https://web.archive.org/web/20141014012228/http://www.newsweeklied.com/home) leads to this bitcoin wallet address for donations 1LK3uHXhXPzR6M7AfAMQk4vBgTtQLw2kGC
If you look up the bitcoin address it shows that the wallet received confirmed payment's from Oct 12 to Oct 24. https://blockchain.info/address/1LK3uHXhXPzR6M7AfAMQk4vBgTtQLw2kGC?offset=50&filter=0
I don't think it's a coincidence that a SQUARESPACE free trial expires after 14 days and all payments sent to the wallet is within that 14 day period. I believe it was canceled after 14 days or they only paid for a one month subscription because it was a scam.
After further doing a little research I now see that my suspicion was warranted. The archived website has the name and address of his "lawyer" c/o Kirschner & Associates 1100 Echo Park Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90026-4213
One simple Google search and Bingo, he's a crooked ambulance chasing "Lawyer". http://www.yelp.com/biz/law-office-of-ethan-d-kirschner-los-angeles
Even Andreas M Antonopoulos (who set up the bitcoin wallet for Dorian) was suspicious of the Lawyers intentions. I wonder though why he didn't inform Dorian. https://twitter.com/DanielJonss/status/521786895156908033 https://twitter.com/aantonop/status/521854456829186048
So to the 86 folks out there who kindly donated 2.09 BTC, just letting you know you were scammed. https://blockchain.info/address/1LK3uHXhXPzR6M7AfAMQk4vBgTtQLw2kGC?offset=50&filter=0
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[HIRING] Bug testers for a non-profit website

Some time ago we ran a short trial of paying bitcoin for bugs. The response was fantastic so we've decided to set up something ongoing.
Our goal is to provide parents with web and mobile tools that enable them to monitor their children's development. We believe that each child has the right to grow up as best they can without hindrance. We also believe that parents are the most important factor and that software and the internet can help each parent become expert nurturers and informed advocates as they navigate health and educational institutions.
Our Developing Childhood website is designed to educate parents by giving them evidence-based insight and advice about their children's development. This is one arm of our strategy to improve the lives of children with disability (and those without). Our site will soon be receiving more traffic through some pilot programs. So we're very eager to resolve as many bugs as we can and as soon as possible.
Happy to negotiate btc/bug. No experience required.
 
Payout
Each week, $50 AUD (.1518 BTC at current rates) will be paid out, on a Thursday, to bug submitters in proportion to their contribution. One bug = 1 score. Users that follow a path (see below) will receive a 1.5x score multiplier. Each payout = $50 * [(your score) / (total scores)].
For example, if you submit 5 bugs out of a total of 25 bugs submitted then your payout = $50 * (5/25) = $50 * 1/5 = $10. If you followed a path, your payout = $50 * [(5*1.5)/25)] = $50 * .3 = $15.
Please note.
1. The maximum payout for one bug is $15.
2. This payout system is subject to change with at least 1 week warning.
 
Link to the bug submission google sheet:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1pzbbODjS-YQBlDhXmQQ9nsrXi2AriOPSV_xAQlgShFc/edit?usp=sharing
 
Note. It has been pointed out that a publicly editable spreadsheet can be gamed and isn't suitable to reporting security bugs. Please PM security bugs. A public key is provided below. I am currently exploring better options for reporting. In the mean time, you can provide a read-only google sheet containing bug reports.
 
Login Details
Parent Name: Mr Dorian Nakamoto
Free Subscription Promo Code: "viresinnumeris" without quotes
Note:
1. Please add a 5 character random string to the surname.
2. Please use a throw away email address and a random password
 
Paths
We are especially interested in particular uses of the website. We have referred to these as paths. A standard path involves:
  1. Signing up for a trial (or full subscription if )
  2. Filling out the questionnaire
  3. Doing a full milestone check
  4. And viewing (and perhaps saving or printing) the reports
 
Link to view the Paths:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1K9pcONxRvPl3feTxrxzzv1XNdHFsE-DdXnzxIM2YIhM/edit?usp=sharing
 
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The latest (good/bad?) news is that Newsweek's Dorian Nakamoto very likely isn't Satoshi Nakamoto, the $400 million creator of Bitcoin. The good news is he can probably sue Newsweek and end up with $400 million!

Real Satoshi Nakamoto using his original login address at a website says he isn't Dorian Nakamoto.
http://p2pfoundation.ning.com/forum/topics/bitcoin-open-source?commentId=2003008%3AComment%3A52186&xg_source=activity
Dorian Nakamoto's life being ruined in less than 10 hrs as a result of the Newsweek story and posting his home address on it's national news page.
http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/03/07/us-bitcoin-inventor-idUSBREA252D820140307
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Dorian S. Nakamoto Dissemination

If you have not heard the latest buzz on the internet: http://mag.newsweek.com/2014/03/14/bitcoin-satoshi-nakamoto.html If you want a TL;DR, here it is:
  1. Reporter finds the record for a Satoshi Nakamoto in a database containing registration cards of naturalized U.S. citizens.
  2. Reporter discovers the man has since changed his name to "Dorian Prentice Satoshi Nakamoto" and signs his name "Dorian S. Nakamoto".
  3. Reporter finds this 64-year old man living in Southern California.
  4. Reporter discovers that Dorian works on model trains as a hobby.
  5. Reporter contacts company through which Dorian buys trains, asking for Dorian's email address.
  6. Company sends reporter Dorian's email address.
  7. Reporter strikes up an email conversation with Dorian about trains. Reporter asks about Dorian's professional background, but only gets evasive answers.
  8. Dorian asks about reporter's background.
  9. Reporter says she will tell him about her background by phone.
  10. Dorian doesn't answer phone when reporter calls him, and does not return subsequent calls.
  11. Two weeks later, reporter appears at the door of Dorian's home.
  12. Dorian opens the door a crack, then shuts it. He then calls the police.
  13. Two police officers arrive.
  14. A meeting takes place in Dorian's driveway between the reporter, Dorian, and the two police officers.
  15. Reporter explains she wants to ask Dorian some questions about Bitcoin. One officer acknowledges knowing about both Bitcoin and Satoshi Nakamoto.
  16. Dorian says he's "no longer involved in that", adding "It's been turned over to other people. They are in charge of it now. I no longer have any connection."
  17. Dorian refuses to answer further questions.
  18. The police break up the meeting.
If you know anything about journalism, you will see here that there was no restraint and the irresponsibility presented by the reporter (Leah McGrath Goodma) by posting this innocent man's address and sudden reveals that he now allegedly has over $400 million worth of Bitcoin.
Now then, let us see what evidence is presented. There's no transcript of the conversation, and we are presented with events out of sequence from the get-go.
She opens with the conversation with the police officers, who weren't called until later in the article, when she actually encountered Dorian. Given a different context, every quote in the article could be cast in a completely different light. Without knowing the conversations verbatim, her in-between narration is the equivalent of editorial ellipsis, which can turn a firm, unambiguous denial into a wholehearted admission.
His writing style also doesn't match up with the Satoshi. Bitcoin's Satoshi had flawless English, this guy takes his mother 'for shoppings'. The quote is the only thing the article has, and could be out of context/he never mentions Bitcoin. See: http://i.imgur.com/DB4oq5s.png
Once the story broke yesterday, his house was immediately swarmed by reporters trying to get the most info first, as seems to be the norm in journalism today (report first, fact check later). See: http://s4.postimg.org/lsgeuikkd/satoshi_media.jpg
They continued to harass him while he was at work, swarming him going out for lunch. He then denies everything and demands free lunch. He ends up going with AP reporter Ryan Nakashima. In this interview, he attempts to clear himself. He states that, "In an exclusive two-hour interview with The Associated Press, Dorian S. Nakamoto, 64, said he had never heard of Bitcoin until his son told him he had been contacted by a reporter three weeks ago". Several times during the interview with AP, Nakamoto mistakenly referred to the currency as "bitcom," and as a single company, which it is not. See: http://bigstory.ap.org/article/ap-exclusive-man-denies-hes-bitcoin-founder
What is interesting to note is that the "real" Satoshi has supposedly come back, stating simply, "I am not Dorian Nakamoto." on where Bitcoin all started, the P2P foundation. The only problem with this, as many of you may know, is that accounts get hacked, things happen, and there's no way at this time to prove 100% that it is the "real" one posting this message. It would have been far more useful for him to post his PGP signature to confirm identity. This is what is being called for largely by the community, but I am skeptical that another post will ever happen. See: http://p2pfoundation.ning.com/forum/topics/bitcoin-open-source?commentId=2003008%3AComment%3A52186
Now then there's the whole validity of Newsweek Magazine that comes to question... Remember this is the same "News" magazine that says there is a concrete evidence of the afterlife: http://www.newsweek.com/proof-heaven-doctors-experience-afterlife-65327 There's nothing here remotely resembling a "scientific reason" to believe his experiences related to anything outside his brain.
Now that I've full disseminated this obvious publicity stunt done by Newsweek, where do we go from here? A man with medical troubles, a passion for trains, and an ex-government work contracts that cannot discuss whose life is essentially ruined by one irresponsible journalist only looking to further their career.
What can be done? First off, LET PEOPLE KNOW. Thousands are already very upset with this obviously incorrect story, and I believe that a lawsuit may be in the future. What else can be done, that shows a community effort and that we, as supporters of crypto-currencies and frontier of the digital age, are better than what I consider now as "corporate scum"? Why not help this man medically?
It's obvious this man does not have $400,000,000, that obviously doesn't add up. As of right now, Andreas M. Antonopoulos has set up a fundraiser for this man stating that, "...if this person is not Satoshi, then these funds will serve as a "sorry for what happened to you", help with medical bills his family is facing, any legal bills they may incur, or anything else. Most of all, it serves to soften the damage caused by irresponsible journalism and to demonstrate the generosity and empathy of the community, which I know is huge". Antonopoulos is a very respected person in the crypto-world and is one of the most trustworthy people I've seen. I could go into this more, however you can do your own research if you feel otherwise. PGP signed and video proof delivered here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCF1u1Wqfv0
"Here's how it works: * Donations accepted until the end of March. * At the end of March, donations will be converted to USD and delivered to Dorian Nakamoto. * If the donation is rejected by Dorian, then the funds will go to a charity of his choice * If he doesn't want to choose a charity, funds will be donated to the Electronic Frontier Foundation * Any funds sent after the deadline, will be donated to Dorian at a later date, or a charity of his choice or EFF as above."
Of course all donations are done in Bitcoin: 1Dorian4RoXcnBv9hnQ4Y2C1an6NJ4UrjX See: http://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/1ztjmg/andreas_im_fundraising_for_dorian_nakamoto/
The response already is overwhelming. As of right now is has been set up for about 6 hours. There have been over 1,000 transactions to this account, amounting to 24.54006561 BTC, or $15479.63 USD. See: https://blockchain.info/address/1Dorian4RoXcnBv9hnQ4Y2C1an6NJ4UrjX
And now, all I ask of you, as a decent human being and a journalism major, PLEASE let someone know. I've done what I can for now, and I wish for you to do the same, however you feel fit.
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My open letter to Leah McGrath Goodman and Kira Bindrim

This is a one-use-only account created specifically for this purpose. I ask my fellow Redditors to tweet it to @truth_eater and to @kirabind if it expresses your sentiments as well.
Today, as the print copy of Newsweek hits the shelves, you are going to be facing a lot of scrutiny, and even greater backlash, in light of yesterday's events. Because, by your own words, Ms. Goodman, you did not expect your article to be met with "an act of war," I would like to sum up my disapproval of your actions and the actions of your editorial staff.
First of all, a disclaimer: I do not worship the real Satoshi Nakamoto, whomever he (or she, or they) may be. I will readily acknowledge that there is, in Bitcoin circles, an awe of this mystery man and his creation that borders on religious fervor. In my view, however, as revolutionary as Bitcoin is, its creator is a mortal, even if an extraordinary one because of his achievement. In other words, I would put Satoshi in the same category as Gutenberg, not the in the same one as Jesus Christ.
The reason that many of us in the Bitcoin community are exasperated by your piece is threefold. First of all, it represents the trend in contemporary journalism to place sensationalism and "getting the scoop" over careful, thoughtful research and fact-checking. I am certain your knee-jerk reaction is to deny you having done so in this case, but allow me to point out the reasons why I never seriously took Dorian Nakamoto to be the founder of Bitcoin:
Satoshi, who worked with his cryptographic peers for years before leaving the scene, was absolutely meticulous about hiding his real identity, even from his colleagues. He revealed absolutely nothing about his personal life, and only wanted to discuss his ideas. As Gavin Andreson has noted, he was concerned about the possible illegality of what he was working on, as well as repercussions from vested interests in the centralized banking industry. He completely cut off contact from the other developers of Bitcoin the very moment Andreson mentioned a CIA investigation, and as far as anyone can tell, has never utilized the bitcoins he himself mined back in the earliest days. In short, Satoshi clearly wanted everyone to divorce his identity from his work, and went to extraordinary lengths to do so. Far from being some "James Bond," super-spy type, Satoshi is likely a very paranoid individual who does not personally interact with others with ease.
That is why is is nonsensical to think that he used his real name while creating and implementing Bitcoin; shared this knowledge with an estranged brother; or that a reporter like yourself knocking on his door would get such an easy admission from him; or that he would address reporters, get into the car with one, and spend two hours comfortably talking to the press, even to dissuade the assertions made in your piece. That simply does not jibe with everything that we actually do know about Satoshi Nakamoto.
So, part of the backlash against you and against Newsweek is that it reflects the lack of precision and accuracy that characterizes the mainstream media today. I firmly believe that, in your zeal, you either misquoted Dorian Nakamoto or took his comment completely out of its context. I believe this for the reasons stated above, and because I rarely have had my own statements quoted accurately when dealing with the media, even when it was done in a way that did not damage my overall message. Let's face it: you wanted Dorian to be our Satoshi, and you took the liberty to play fast and loose with the facts to make them fit your conclusion.
In addition, your record as an investigative journalist apparently has made you forget that the subjects of your study are human beings. Even had Dorian been Satoshi, how is it ethical for you to uncover the truth, no matter the cost to this man? Whoever Satoshi actually is, he wants to be left alone. He wants to be out of the public eye. It is one thing to investigate criminal activity, getting to the bottom of government officials who may be covering up sexual paraphilia among the rich and famous. It is quite another to try an uncover the identity of a man who, as far as anyone can tell, has committed no crime and has no desire to be "outed."
Do you have the right to track down and expose Satoshi Nakamoto? I would answer in the affirmative. However, legal rights often do not correspond with professional and ethical responsibilities. In other words, "I can do it" is not the same as "I ought to do it."
Lastly, you seem utterly surprised that people were worried about the safety of Dorian Nakamoto upon the release of your article into the wild. Whether or not he turned out to be the Satoshi you were seeking, you did place him in a precarious position by revealing not only his identity, but also his location, details about his family (upon which you elaborated in subsequent television interviews), and your magazine even went so far as to include a picture of his car with the license plate.
This reflects the highest level of irresponsibility on the part of your magazine. Your colleagues came to your defense, citing that Warren Buffett and Bill Gates and Rupert Murdoch all have very public addresses without any foul play. That short-sighted view fails to take into account that in all of those cases, these individuals have extensive security measures in place to prevent their kidnapping or the kidnapping of their loved ones. Furthermore, their wealth is not contained in a password-protected file that can be accessed immediately and transferred instantaneously to another individual with a high level of untraceability. Outing Dorian Nakamoto, who even had he been our Satoshi would have been completely unprepared for the results, only left him vulnerable to unscrupulous criminals. The fact that this apparently never even occurred to you is another indicator of how your journalistic zeal for the scoop prevented you from thinking through the implications of your words.
I encourage you, rather than to continue on the path of you and your managing editor calling Dorian Nakamoto a liar (unless your have something much more substantive than his one "admission" to prove him wrong), that you and Kira Bindrim own up to your error, and that you use this as a learning example for you and other journalists to follow.
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A fun anecdote

If Dorian Nakamoto is Satoshi, he has about 1/21 of all bitcoin. If Dorian Nakamoto is not Satoshi, he has about 1/1,000,000 of all bitcoin (in his donation address).
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A California man named Dorian Prentice Satoshi Nakamoto ... Dorian S Nakamoto: Dorian Nakamoto Thanks The Bitcoin Community, Reminds Us He's Not The Real Satoshi Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto Spreading the Love of Bitcoin at LaBitConf. Dorian Nakamoto again denies creating bitcoin - YouTube

In 2014, Newsweek doxxed Dorian Nakamoto, an unassuming senior, as the creator of bitcoin. The bumbling Dorian, who claimed never to have heard of the digital currency, was besieged by journalists for days, prompting him Dorian Nakamoto Hires Lawyer, Denies Knowledge of Bitcoin Daniel Palmer Mar 17, 2014 Nakamoto has stated via his lawyer, that he "did not create, invent or otherwise work on bitcoin". Dorian Nakamoto: ‘I Am No Longer Involved in That and I Cannot Discuss It’ Six years ago, Newsweek’s Leah McGrath Goodman published an exposé on Bitcoin’s inventor and her report claimed it was the California resident Dorian Nakamoto. During the last 11 years there’s been a number of self-proclaimed candidates, as well as those who have been accused of being Satoshi. Dorian Nakamoto bestreitet mittlerweile mit Nachdruck, dass er der Erfinder von Bitcoin sei. Tatsächlich ist man geneigt, ihm zu glauben. Wer auch immer hinter Bitcoin steckt, die Wahrscheinlichkeit, dass das White Paper wirklich unter einem Klarnamen veröffentlicht wurde, ist angesichts der erwartbaren Konsequenzen sehr gering. Auch ohne Aluhut darf man vermuten, dass die disruptive ... Here's how it will work. I will collect donations to a single bitcoin address, posted below, with the following rules: Donations accepted until the end of March. At the end of March, donations will be converted to USD and delivered to Dorian Nakamoto. If the donation is rejected by Dorian, then the funds will go to a charity of his choice. If he doesn't want to choose a charity, funds will be ...

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A California man named Dorian Prentice Satoshi Nakamoto ...

http://coinrepublic.com Using a Bitcoin cash-in atm or vending machine, anyone can now send money to a charity, almost instantly, with no banks, and very low... The alleged "face of Bitcoin," Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto, has taken to Youtube with noted Bitcoin activist, Andreas Antonopoulos, to thank the Bitcoin community for sending him over $20,000 in BTC ... Dorian S. Nakamoto, Disputed "Bitcoin Inventor," Gives Public Comment at a Temple City, California City Council Meeting on March 4, 2014 Only two days before Newsweek supposedly "outed" Dorian ... LaBitConf is my favorite Bitcoin conference of the year and so far this one has started with a bang. Thank you Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto for flying to Bogota, Colombia to join us in celebrating Bitcoin. LOS ANGELES _ Dorian Prentice Satoshi Nakamoto denied Thursday that he is the creator of bitcoin. Newsweek published a 4,500-word cover story claiming Nakamo...

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