1FeexV6bAHb8ybZjqQMjJrcCrHGW9sb6uF - Bitcoin Address

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Satoshi's Bitcoin Address

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Paying Tribute: Bitcoiners have Donated 18.3 BTC ($207,800) to Satoshi's Genesis Address

Paying Tribute: Bitcoiners have Donated 18.3 BTC ($207,800) to Satoshi's Genesis Address submitted by wmredditor to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

More than 100 addresses with unmoved bitcoin mined in 2009 (Satoshi?) just signed a message against CSW

https://paste.debian.net/plain/1148565
I just started checking some addresses, confirmed the signatures, and verified these are addresses with 2009 mined unmoved coins.
Source: /biz/19322237
Can anyone confirm if these match the "Patoshi" addreses?
EDIT: Confirmed by BitMEXResearch on Twitter as not "Patoshi" addresses
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More than 100 addresses with unmoved bitcoin mined in 2009 (Satoshi?) just signed a message against CSW

https://paste.debian.net/plain/1148565
I just started checking some addresses, confirmed the signatures, and verified these are addresses with 2009 mined unmoved coins.
Source: /biz/19322237
Can anyone confirm if these match the "Patoshi" addreses?
EDIT: Confirmed by BitMEXResearch on Twitter as not "Patoshi" addresses
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Paying Tribute: Bitcoiners have Donated 18.3 BTC ($207,800) to Satoshi’s Genesis Address

Paying Tribute: Bitcoiners have Donated 18.3 BTC ($207,800) to Satoshi’s Genesis Address submitted by wmredditor to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

For all the purity test haters out there, guess what! The Bitcoin protocol is a never-ending “purity test” to achieve globally distributed consensus about the number of Satoshis in every Bitcoin address around the world.

So forgive the people who apply their second layer purity tests and virtues on top of the Bitcoin blockchain. That doesn’t mean you have to agree with how they’re using Bitcoin.
It just means that there’s room for everyone to apply their own subjective beliefs and purity tests to Bitcoin, without compromising Bitcoin’s security/purity.
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Paying Tribute: Bitcoiners have Donated 18.3 BTC ($207,800) to Satoshi’s Genesis Address

Paying Tribute: Bitcoiners have Donated 18.3 BTC ($207,800) to Satoshi’s Genesis Address submitted by wmredditor to CryptoCurrencies [link] [comments]

For all the purity test haters out there, guess what! The Bitcoin protocol is a never-ending “purity test” to achieve globally distributed consensus about the number of Satoshis in every Bitcoin address around the world. (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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This Bitcoin address associated with the MtGox hack has a balance of 75,957.20 BTC and not a single satoshi has ever been moved out of it

You can see the history of the address here: https://bitinfocharts.com/bitcoin/address/1FeexV6bAHb8ybZjqQMjJrcCrHGW9sb6uF
On March 1, 2011 it received 79,956 BTC in a single transaction in what has been reported by Mark Karpeles to be associated with the MtGox hack. Karpeles is MagicalTux on Reddit. He seems to indicate that he believes Jed McCaleb (who is mtgox apparently in the chat logs in the linked reddit thread) may have had some part in the hack.
It's kind of a weird cultural aspect of Bitcoin that people continue to send coins to specific addresses as a sign of appreciation or respect or worship or whatever. For instance, this address has received an additional 1.2 BTC over the years, from 317 other transactions, mostly just dust amounts. Another is the BitcoinEater unspendable address that has received over 13 BTC in 306 transactions over the years. Another one that I guess makes a bit more sense is the address associated with the coinbase from the first block reward, which has received an extra 18.2 BTC in over 1900 transactions over the years. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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"Did Satoshi really have an bitcoin address?" - how should we treat bare-pubkey P2PK outputs?

What's the genesis address of Bitcoin, which is supposed to belong to Satoshi Nakamoto? 1A1zP1eP5QGefi2DMPTfTL5SLmv7DivfNa right?
I'm afraid to say that some Bitcoin Core devs may disagree with that. Probably they would say that "Satoshi did not really had any 'bitcoin address' at all".
Technically there are indeedly several facts which are really not intuitive:
  1. The 50BTC in the genesis block is not spendable. (this is not really related)
  2. Satoshi used bare-pubkey P2PK outputs, which is not same thing with the currently commonly used P2PKH public key hash outputs, let alone SegWit outputs (both bc1-starting P2WPKH addresses or 3-starting P2SH-P2WPKH addresses require the public key to be hashed).
  3. A lot of "ancient" transactions uses such bare-pubkey outputs, which are also uncompressed public keys. (this is not really related either)
However, quite a few things in the bitcoin ecosystem still recognize P2PK outputs as a thing of the same class with P2PKH, including Bitcoin Core itself.
Then guess what? The latest release (0.20.0) of Bitcoin Core has just removed one of the legacy traces of this issue: Pull request #16725: Don't show addresses or P2PK in decoderawtransaction
However it seems that the GUI wallet still hasn't remove similar logics, so that 1-starting P2PKH addresses could still show up if you create a new wallet and then import some ancient pubkeys into it, just like the screenshot posted here.
Block explorers also behave differently on this issue. Blockstream.info won't show corresponding P2PKH address of bare-pubkey P2PK outputs at all, while Blockchain.info would show the full string of 1A1zP1eP5QGefi2DMPTfTL5SLmv7DivfNa.
In my own opinion probably Bitcoin Core is not doing something correct this time. However it's not good to confuse P2PK with P2PKH either.
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Paying Tribute: Bitcoiners have Donated 18.3 BTC ($207,800) to Satoshi's Genesis Address

Paying Tribute: Bitcoiners have Donated 18.3 BTC ($207,800) to Satoshi's Genesis Address submitted by wmredditor to btc [link] [comments]

Paying Tribute: Bitcoiners have Donated 18.3 BTC ($207,800) to Satoshi's Genesis Address (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

Paying Tribute: Bitcoiners have Donated 18.3 BTC ($207,800) to Satoshi's Genesis Address (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

More than 100 addresses with unmoved bitcoin mined in 2009 (Satoshi?) just signed a message against CSW

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Paying Tribute: Bitcoiners have Donated 18.3 BTC ($207,800) to Satoshi’s Genesis Address (x-post from /r/cryptocurrency)

Paying Tribute: Bitcoiners have Donated 18.3 BTC ($207,800) to Satoshi’s Genesis Address (x-post from /cryptocurrency) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

How was Craig able to determine Satoshi's public ECDSA key?

So I'm not really an expert in cryptography and bitcoin technology and I couldn't find the answer anywhere on the internet... I read Craig's blog post and I know where the signature he used came from, but I wonder how was he able to determine the public ECDSA key of Satoshi's bitcoin address (12cbQLTFMXRnSzktFkuoG3eHoMeFtpTu3S).
The key he posted is: 0411DB93E1DCDB8A016B49840F8C53BC1EB68A382E97B1482ECAD7B148A6909A5CB2E0EADDFB84CCF9744464F82E160BFA9B8B64F9D4C03F999B8643F656B412A3
And it correctly converts into this address. And from what I know it's imposible to reverse the address to get the ECDSA key. So where did he get this ECDSA key?
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This Bitcoin address associated with the MtGox hack has a balance of 75,957.20 BTC and not a single satoshi has ever been moved out of it

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Time for P2P reddit/BCH sidechain? Satoshi, 2010 - "If there's going to be a message system, it should be a separate system parallel to the bitcoin network. Messages should not be recorded in the block chain. The messages could be signed with the bitcoin address keypairs to prove who they're from."

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Why did Craig Wright ask the BBC to send money to Satoshi?

It's very interesting that he asked the media to send coins to one of Satoshi's Bitcoin addresses, and that he would return them. All of Satoshi's original coins are Pay-to-Public-Key, whereas the BBC's money was sent Pay-to-Public-Key-Hash (P2PKH). This means that Craig would have to present a signature along with a public key that just has the same hash as the Satoshi public key, not a signature for Satoshi's public key itself. Perhaps think he is banking on finding another key with the same hash, as a final desperate attempt to forge his identity?
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Why It’s Unlikely the 50 Bitcoin Transaction From the 2009 Address is Satoshi

Why It’s Unlikely the 50 Bitcoin Transaction From the 2009 Address is Satoshi submitted by Ranzware to BitNewsLive [link] [comments]

Why It’s Unlikely the 50 Bitcoin Transaction From the 2009 Address is Satoshi

Why It’s Unlikely the 50 Bitcoin Transaction From the 2009 Address is Satoshi submitted by n4bb to CoinPath [link] [comments]

Possible Satoshi Dormant Bitcoin Address Moves 50 BTC to Two Different Wallets

Possible Satoshi Dormant Bitcoin Address Moves 50 BTC to Two Different Wallets submitted by BaWro to CryptoCurrencies [link] [comments]

Possible Satoshi Dormant Bitcoin Address Moves 50 BTC to Two Different Wallets

Possible Satoshi Dormant Bitcoin Address Moves 50 BTC to Two Different Wallets submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

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Did Satoshi Nakamoto made a transfer Bitcoin Next Move CryptoTamil

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