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15576310 No.15576310 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

I didn't know that there were other people on /biz/ who knew about this. It's been sitting on top of BitCoin for awhile; not many know it's there. Unbounded blocks puts the writing on the wall, as well. The main flaw in modern cryptography is that it's based on assumptions - this was the lesson that CSW conveyed during the BBC 'fake' signing all those years ago. The whole world missed what he was trying to teach us when he signed a message using two different hashes, with one of those hashes being from an old Satoshi transaction. If he didn't have the private keys back then, the only viable option to accomplish what he did was by breaking BitCoin/SHA256. The only way to make BitCoin as secure as possible is quantum secure information transmission with quantum key distribution. Lightning is a complete failure because Blockstream made the assumption that BitCoin already had perfect security... and it doesn't..

>> No.15576313

We can process transactions with GPU's now. ASICs were valuable because it was the way to secure BitCoin with out having to worry about backdoors in CPU's. Every single CPU out there in every machine has a backdoor, thanks to some 3 letter agencies. GPU's will allow us to process transactions in real time. The most powerful known supercomputer in the world is the Summit 200 - with 200 petaflops of computing power. Around January 2019 - the whole BitCoin network has about **80704290.84 petaflops...** yeah, you read the correctly. Just imagine the computing power that isn't even on the network yet... the computing power that is waiting to have it's switch turned on.

People also don't understand the importance of the Genesis block. BTC fucked it up with adding Segwit. BCH fucked up with adding checkpoints. Neither are linear/connected back to the Genesis block anymore. Genesis is the most important thing. If you were going to start a new universe - it could very well entail a large amount of energy pointed to a continued part of the chain the was not expected 10 years ago. We need to have a chain that links back all the way to Genesis because it's then only limited by quantum mechanics, and not rules made by people under misguided assumptions. If you have something that is only constricted/limited by the laws of quantum mechanics - BitCoin will continue to evolve and do things that we didn't even know it could do, besides just being a currency. The whole crypto space is a tree. The roots are Genesis. At some point, all those 2000+ alt coins which are branches, including BTC and BCH, will come back to the main part of the tree and become 1 coin. BSV's 'Return to Genesis" upgrade.

One last thing to ponder is this: if we were not capable of traveling back to the past, in order to change the future for the better, humanity would already be extinct....

>> No.15576335

1) These are very old, but pay attention to very, very, very specific things.

2) "Not even God can change the protocol." - CSW
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwGRfJ0L5eQ

3) "The world was not ready for Bitcoin." - Joseph Vaughn Perling
https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/satoshi-saga-continues-tulip-trust-trustee-expected-to-appear-by-september-says-joseph-vaughnperling-1462467803

4) This is the only video that can begin to open peoples' eyes to start scratching the surface. Ignore the host, pay attention to Andrew. Replay it as many times as you need to see what's going on: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YMvI73jJ6uc

5) CSW's 'fake' signing on BBC was misunderstood by all. Double-hash. He signed a new message using two different hashes, one hash being from an old Satoshi transaction + a new transaction. He didn't have the private keys back then. There was a backdoor in SHA256, which can only be cracked with a quantum computer. The quantum computer that cracked SHA256 is from the future, but is being built right now and is almost finished: https://21e8.com

The final step is to have a quantum computer built into BitCoin. It's the beginning of BitCoin's final and new life cycle. You need to understand that BitCoin is a living thing - an infinite loop that cannot be changed/altered once the protocol is locked down. BitCoin's code is too perfect - that's why so many still don't understand it. The smartest 100 humans on earth wouldn't be able to write code that perfect.

For a new life cycle to start, there needs to pay a link all the way back to the original Genesis. Segwit, LN, and BCH fucked that up - because they don't understand what BitCoin is. They aren't connected to the Genesis block anymore - only one remains and the clock is ticking.

"The world was not ready for Bitcoin." Why? Because it's a fucking quantum computer/brain that is alive and capable of time travel.

>> No.15576350

ok nigga then can you tell it to time travel the fat wallet I lost in a drive crash back when we were pissing these things away like shit back in the /g/ood old days back onto my computer? cuz daddy needs a lambo right the fuck now

>> No.15576367

>>15576310
i dont give a fuck the price is tanking about now and I want to get rich. fuck craig wright and fuck this shitcoin

>> No.15576400

>>15576350
>>15576367
>not everyone will make it

>> No.15576482

>>15576310
>>15576313
>>15576335
Absolutely and utterly redpilled
-Michael Titor

>> No.15576720

>>15576310
Craig is a fraud OP... a very talented, very dedicated hoaxer. He puts in the work to successfully deceive.

I'm not believing a single word this guy says. He's so good at lying and making shit up, even on the fly, that you get easily sucked into his scam.

You look at him from afar, add up all the shit that happened: 100% Fraud.

If he was shitty at being a fraud no one would believe him in the first place. He's quite good at this. The amount of mental gymnastics you have to keep believing him is excessive at a certain point. And thats when people realize he's selling them finest sort of fairy tale bullshit all along. Don't believe this guy, he's CRIMINALLY INSANE. CSW is only lies and lies and lies.

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>>15576310
based

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>>15576720
>(((blockstream))) shills at it again

>> No.15576757

>>15576367
get out while you can, everyone with half a brain in crypto stays away from bsv. no sane person will dump money into this any longer after craigs narrative of tulip & satosh got completely rekt up the ass by an official court.

the flippening will never happen and
there are no coins craig could ever dump. the tech itself is not mature enough to sustain the price at this level: it's a weather app and some half-finished bullshit apps that no one uses.
bsv trading volume adjusted (=real) is between 1-4m usd a day and not 300m.
this is practically a dead coin walking. the whole point of bsv was that craig is satoshi, which he proofed with flying colours that he's not.

>> No.15576768

>>15576737
>>15576720
>>fraud
>>ico
>>sold all time high 700k

>> No.15576776

>>15576757
>>youre referring to litecon right?
>>this newfag never heard of primecoin
if you dont like bsv just dont buy bsv

>> No.15576787

>>15576757
>there are no coins craig could ever dump.

guess who is the largest miner of btc, retard

>> No.15576845

>>15576310
When will you release your next video? I have money on streamanity waiting for it

>> No.15577140

>>15576845
checkout bitcoin stuff

>> No.15577199

>>15577140
already subscribed, but it's 19 days since the last upload

>> No.15577372

i wonder how craig can have a wife and kids...i mean its obvious that he's an homosexual. maybe they are imaginary as well, who knows

>> No.15577953

>>15576335
>CSW's 'fake' signing on BBC was misunderstood by all. Double-hash. He signed a new message using two different hashes, one hash being from an old Satoshi transaction + a new transaction. He didn't have the private keys back then. There was a backdoor in SHA256, which can only be cracked with a quantum computer. The quantum computer that cracked SHA256 is from the future, but is being built right now and is almost finished


Please elaborate more on this point, because I don't get it. Craig has said many times that a Quantum computer doesn't exist, and it is basically science fiction. And the type of computation that a functional QC will be able to do won't have anything to do with Bitcoin.

Flesh it out for me.

>> No.15578064

>>15577953
>Craig has said many times that a Quantum computer doesn't exist
not yet

>the type of computation that a functional QC will be able to do won't have anything to do with Bitcoin
I never said that. He said Bitcoin will still be safe to use after the introduction QP, but old addresses will be vulnerable
https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3152419

>> No.15578302

>>15577953
> he fell for the 'wait, lets try to understand craigs technobabble' fallacy

>> No.15578486

>>15578302
No, I am trying to understand OPs technobabble. Craig makes perfect sense.

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>>15576310
>>15576313
>>15576335
>>15576400
>>15576768
>>15576776
It’s two rupees PER THREAD my dusky, smellyarsed friend, not per post

>> No.15578549

>>15577953
he lied
he's a fan of sun tzu

he'll stop lying when it's ready

>> No.15578778

>>15578549
The only liar here is you Greg.

>> No.15578789

>>15577372
"my wife is literally unbelievable" - craig wright

>> No.15579007

>>15578506
> >>15576313
he isnt wrong , got some more FUD?
Hows the R3 consortium going fren ? have they figured out what bitcoin is already ?

>> No.15579040

>>15578778
noble lies.

>> No.15579719

I'm not gonna go over all this bullshit you just typed but let me talk on the part that made me legit burst out laughing
>>15576335
>5) CSW's 'fake' signing on BBC was misunderstood by all. Double-hash. He signed a new message using two different hashes, one hash being from an old Satoshi transaction + a new transaction. He didn't have the private keys back then. There was a backdoor in SHA256, which can only be cracked with a quantum computer. The quantum computer that cracked SHA256 is from the future, but is being built right now and is almost finished: https://21e8.com

HARD COPE
i have to give it up
if you're a paid shill: that's pretty funny and I think you're cool
if you're just a BSV fanboy: that's pretty sad and you might wanna go to a doctor

by the way, if you wanna talk on quantum computer you might as well read on what satoshi said about it, and also what bitcoin plans on doing in case this shit ever comes close to doing what it profetizes on doing. (the current strongest quantum computer can't run a program to break encryption)

satoshi on quantum computing for breaking SHA-256:
https://satoshi.nakamotoinstitute.org/posts/bitcointalk/threads/73/#12
https://satoshi.nakamotoinstitute.org/posts/bitcointalk/threads/102/#28

built in mitigations:
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Quantum_computing_and_Bitcoin#Mitigations

does BSV have 100k nodes?
https://satoshi.nakamotoinstitute.org/posts/bitcointalk/threads/85/#38

>> No.15579726

bonus on quantum computing
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/2768807/quantum-computing-and-encryption-breaking

>> No.15579741

>>15579719
>does BSV have 100k nodes?

you might have to reread your linked article again. and btw. btc hasn't.

>> No.15579744

>>15579719
>does BSV have 100k nodes?
Maybe you should click your own link and read what Satoshi himself write:

>I anticipate there will never be more than 100K nodes
>probably less
>It will reach an equilibrium where it's not worth it for more nodes to join
>At equilibrium size, many nodes will be server farms

>> No.15579750

>>15579741
>>15579744
regardless
read about quantum computing
you might as well start quantum coping because bitcoin encryption is not going to break

>> No.15579768

I'm really looking forward on your reply on the quantum cringe OP
My guess is more buzzwords will start flying and it's going to be funny

your two shill friends already ignored the quantum part of my post
don't leave my hanging now

>> No.15579777

I sometimes think that Satoshi is actually god. God created bitcoin.

>> No.15579778

>>15579750
Craig has written several good articles about QC which I can recommend if you're interested in that sort of stuff. Here's the link:
https://craigwright.net/?s=quantum

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>>15579777
Hi Ryan. You better take it easy with the pills

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15579854

>>15579777
If God created Bitcoin, there would be no bugs or imperfections in the original code.

No, it was created by a man, a genius man, but perhaps divinely inspired.

>> No.15579956

>>15579777
>I sometimes think that Satoshi is actually god. God created bitcoin.
>>15579854
>If God created Bitcoin, there would be no bugs or imperfections in the original code.

The code itself might have been imperfect, but the protocol are pure distilled perfection and will remain so for all eternity.
We humans must strive to develop the code closer and closer to the divine protocol as laid out in the whitepaper. If we successfully manage to perfectly implement the protocol in code, then we will for the first time have a physical representation of something divine.
I don't know what will happen at that point, but I suspect many of the so called larps like "the crypto black pill" and "John Titor" has some truth to it. Even though RXC was probably wrong about Craig being god, I honestly think he is on to something. He focused and got stuck on Craig. That's where he failed as it is a bigger picture here.
"We must go deeper"

>> No.15580069

>>15579854
>>15579786

The parallels to alegories in the different religions is staggering. There is no other technology where I could say anything similar.

Divinity is in play,

>> No.15580563

>>15579956
>"We must go deeper"
Someone please tell me what _Unwriter meant by this. Has he explained himself?

>> No.15580845

>>15579778
nice dodge, bro
if you say Craig is satoshi, then you would have to admit that this is what he said about it:
https://satoshi.nakamotoinstitute.org/posts/bitcointalk/threads/73/#12
https://satoshi.nakamotoinstitute.org/posts/bitcointalk/threads/102/#28

long story short, the idea of breaking SHA2 is nothing but a delusion
qubits can't break encryption unless you devise an algo for them to follow, which is 100 times harder for quantum mathematics.

this is what this whole thread is about, by the way
OP shitposted about his delusions OR he is a funny shill trying to write a wall of text in the hopes someone gets snagged by this drivel

>> No.15580953

>>15580845
>https://satoshi.nakamotoinstitute.org/posts/bitcointalk/threads/73/#12
>https://satoshi.nakamotoinstitute.org/posts/bitcointalk/threads/102/#28
Do you even read your own links? Satoshi say exactly the same thing Craig has said for years. Current addresses WILL be broken in the future. Either because moors law makes brute forcing cheap enough, a bug is found or QC. Bitcoin will have to be upgraded as that happens and if you care about your money you will have to send your bitcorns to a new address with upgraded security. Who has been telling us that 100 year in the future we will be able to crack todays famous peoples activity on the blockchain and snoop in their crimes and sex lives? Craig says that and he has said it for more than 5 years. He is the one person that consistently has been telling us the same thing Satoshi did. You are blinded by the hate you have been manipulated by social media to have for Craig. You are a sheep. You are stupid

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