Bitcoin – Dustin D. Trammell

The Crypto Show: Bitcoin Classic with Jon Rumion and Dustin Trammell; Anarchapulco 2016 Speakers

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Craig Wright provably defrauded the court when he claimed that a bonded courier had showed up with a list of public addresses asserting what Bitcoin he owned in the Tulip Trust. Andreas Antonopoulos' report explains the proof. Steve Shadders HAS to realise he's been fooled at this point.

Background: Craig has been ordered to submit a list of all the Bitcoin addresses he owned several times now. The first time he was given a hard deadline by Magistrate Judge Reinhart and simply ignored it. Then, in a last ditch effort to escape contempt of court and/or sanctions Craig Wright asked the CTO of his company nChain, Steve Shadders to spend 2 weeks putting together a list of Bitcoin he thinks belongs to Satoshi, based on statistical criteria that just happened to match the well-known Patoshi pattern analysis. While replicating existing Blockchain research over a space of two weeks as his top-priority, nChain CTO Steve Shadders managed to include a bug that resulted in 1749 addresses that don't match the Patoshi pattern. This is going to be important later, so keep it in mind.
The court wasn't happy with this last ditch, buggy, probabilistic attempt at producing the addresses he was commanded to produce, but they were especially unhappy with the litany of provable forgeries, perjurious statements, and evasive and dishonest testimonies from Wright that was impeding discovery and Judge Reinhart administered case-ending sanctions against Mr. Wright in response.
Judge Bloom overturned Reinhart's sanctions, though she explicitly agreed with Reinhart's credibility findings regarding Wright. She offered Craig a poisoned chalice:
In light of the Defendant's representations that the bonded courier is scheduled to arrive in January 2020, the Court will permit the Defendant through and including February 3, 2020, to file a notice with the court indicating whether or not this mysterious figure has appeared from the shadows and whether the Defendant now has access to the last key slice needed to unlock the encrypted file. In the event this occurs, and further if the Defendant produces his list of Bitcoin Holdings as ordered by the Magistrate Judge, then this Court will not impose any additional sanctions other than the ones discussed above.
With the not so subtle implication being that Bloom did not believe Craig's invocations of a "mysterious bonded courier" and that if he failed to satisfy this burden additional sanctions would be forthcoming.
Mr. Wright apparently took this as a forgery challenge, only one where he didn't have much respect for the intellect of his adversaries.
In his report Andreas Antonopoulos labels four separate files of Bitcoin lists, Shadders List, CW, DK, and CSW Filed.
Shadders List: The list of Wright's Bitcoin Shadders produced with a bug he disclosed that caused the least significant byte of some of the nonces for the Coinbases to fall outside of the range 0-58 (the Patoshi pattern that's been used to identify Satoshi's Bitcoin), referred to as the Shadders Bug (this bug is discussed more here).
CW List: A list of Wright's Bitcoin the Trust produced during settlement negotiations
DK List: A list of Dave Kleiman's Bitcoin the trust produced during settlement negotiations.
CSW Filed List: The list of Wright's Bitcoin Craig allegedly receive from the bonded courier and then filed with the court in time to attempt to escape sanctions.
Bullet points:
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Nakamoto Dundee provably defrauded the court and a Federal Judge on the matter of the Tulip Trust and his Buttcoin holdings therein, immediately after she lifted his sanctions for repeatedly defrauding a Magistrate Judge on that same matter.

Background: Craig has been ordered to submit a list of all the Bitcoin addresses he owned several times now. The first time he was given a hard deadline by Magistrate Judge Reinhart and simply ignored it. Then, in a last ditch effort to escape contempt of court and/or sanctions Craig Wright asked the CTO of his company nChain, Steve Shadders to spend 2 weeks putting together a list of Bitcoin he thinks belongs to Satoshi, based on statistical criteria Craig gave him that just happened to match the well-known Patoshi pattern analysis. While replicating existing Blockchain research over a space of two weeks as his top-priority, nChain CTO Steve Shadders managed to include a bug that resulted in 1749 addresses that don't match the Patoshi pattern. This is going to be important later, so keep it in mind.
The court wasn't happy with this last ditch, buggy, probabilistic attempt at producing the addresses he was commanded to produce, but they were especially unhappy with the litany of provable forgeries, perjurious statements, and evasive and dishonest testimonies from Wright that was impeding discovery and Judge Reinhart administered case-ending sanctions against Mr. Wright in response.
Judge Bloom overturned Reinhart's sanctions, though she explicitly agreed with Reinhart's credibility findings regarding Wright. She offered Craig a poisoned chalice:
In light of the Defendant's representations that the bonded courier is scheduled to arrive in January 2020, the Court will permit the Defendant through and including February 3, 2020, to file a notice with the court indicating whether or not this mysterious figure has appeared from the shadows and whether the Defendant now has access to the last key slice needed to unlock the encrypted file. In the event this occurs, and further if the Defendant produces his list of Bitcoin Holdings as ordered by the Magistrate Judge, then this Court will not impose any additional sanctions other than the ones discussed above.
With the not so subtle implication being that Bloom did not believe Craig's invocations of a "mysterious bonded courier" and that if he failed to satisfy this burden additional sanctions would be forthcoming.
Mr. Wright apparently took this as a forgery challenge, only one where he didn't have much respect for the intellect of his adversaries.
In his report Andreas Antonopoulos labels four separate files of Bitcoin lists, Shadders List, CW, DK, and CSW Filed.
Shadders List: The list of Wright's Bitcoin Shadders produced with a bug he disclosed that caused the least significant byte of some of the nonces for the Coinbases to fall outside of the range 0-58 (the Patoshi pattern that's been used to identify Satoshi's Bitcoin), referred to as the Shadders Bug (this bug is discussed more here).
CW List: A list of Wright's Bitcoin the Trust produced during settlement negotiations
DK List: A list of Dave Kleiman's Bitcoin the trust produced during settlement negotiations.
CW Filed List: The list of Wright's Bitcoin Craig allegedly receive from the bonded courier and then filed with the court in time to attempt to escape sanctions.
Bullet points:
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Latest doc updates: the list of addresses the bonded courier coughed up is an obvious forgery, Craig Wright is dumber than many of us thought possible, and Steve Shadders, if he looks at the data from Andreas' report HAS to realise at this point that he's been bamboozled

Background: Craig has been ordered to submit a list of all the Bitcoin addresses he owned several times now. The first time he was given a hard deadline by Magistrate Judge Reinhart and simply ignored it. Then, in a last ditch effort to escape contempt of court and/or sanctions Craig Wright asked the CTO of his company nChain, Steve Shadders to spend 2 weeks putting together a list of Bitcoin he thinks belongs to Satoshi, based on statistical criteria that just happened to match the well-known Patoshi pattern analysis. While replicating existing Blockchain research over a space of two weeks as his top-priority, nChain CTO Steve Shadders managed to include a bug that resulted in 1749 addresses that don't match the Patoshi pattern. This is going to be important later, so keep it in mind.
The court wasn't happy with this last ditch, buggy, probabilistic attempt at producing the addresses he was commanded to produce, but they were especially unhappy with the litany of provable forgeries, perjurious statements, and evasive and dishonest testimonies from Wright that was impeding discovery and Judge Reinhart administered case-ending sanctions against Mr. Wright in response.
Judge Bloom overturned Reinhart's sanctions, though she explicitly agreed with Reinhart's credibility findings regarding Wright. She offered Craig a poisoned chalice:
In light of the Defendant's representations that the bonded courier is scheduled to arrive in January 2020, the Court will permit the Defendant through and including February 3, 2020, to file a notice with the court indicating whether or not this mysterious figure has appeared from the shadows and whether the Defendant now has access to the last key slice needed to unlock the encrypted file. In the event this occurs, and further if the Defendant produces his list of Bitcoin Holdings as ordered by the Magistrate Judge, then this Court will not impose any additional sanctions other than the ones discussed above.
With the not so subtle implication being that Bloom did not believe Craig's invocations of a "mysterious bonded courier" and that if he failed to satisfy this burden additional sanctions would be forthcoming.
Mr. Wright apparently took this as a forgery challenge, only one where he didn't have much respect for the intellect of his adversaries.
In his report Andreas Antonopoulos labels four separate files of Bitcoin lists, Shadders List, CW, DK, and CSW Filed.
Shadders List: The list of Wright's Bitcoin Shadders produced with a bug he disclosed that caused the least significant byte of some of the nonces for the Coinbases to fall outside of the range 0-58 (the Patoshi pattern that's been used to identify Satoshi's Bitcoin), referred to as the Shadders Bug (this bug is discussed more here).
CW List: A list of Wright's Bitcoin the Trust produced during settlement negotiations
DK List: A list of Dave Kleiman's Bitcoin the trust produced during settlement negotiations.
CW Filed List: The list of Wright's Bitcoin Craig allegedly receive from the bonded courier and then filed with the court in time to attempt to escape sanctions.
Bullet points:
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Latest CSW court doc updates: Andreas Antonopoulos shows the list of addresses the bonded courier coughed up is an obvious forgery, Craig Wright is dumber than many of us thought possible, and Steve Shadders, if he looks at the report HAS to realise at this point that he's been bamboozled

Background: Craig has been ordered to submit a list of all the Bitcoin addresses he owned several times now. The first time he was given a hard deadline by Magistrate Judge Reinhart and simply ignored it. Then, in a last ditch effort to escape contempt of court and/or sanctions Craig Wright asked the CTO of his company nChain, Steve Shadders to spend 2 weeks putting together a list of Bitcoin he thinks belongs to Satoshi, based on statistical criteria that just happened to match the well-known Patoshi pattern analysis. While replicating existing Blockchain research over a space of two weeks as his top-priority, nChain CTO Steve Shadders managed to include a bug that resulted in 1749 addresses that don't match the Patoshi pattern. This is going to be important later, so keep it in mind.
The court wasn't happy with this last ditch, buggy, probabilistic attempt at producing the addresses he was commanded to produce, but they were especially unhappy with the litany of provable forgeries, perjurious statements, and evasive and dishonest testimonies from Wright that was impeding discovery and Judge Reinhart administered case-ending sanctions against Mr. Wright in response.
Judge Bloom overturned Reinhart's sanctions, though she explicitly agreed with Reinhart's credibility findings regarding Wright. She offered Craig a poisoned chalice:
In light of the Defendant's representations that the bonded courier is scheduled to arrive in January 2020, the Court will permit the Defendant through and including February 3, 2020, to file a notice with the court indicating whether or not this mysterious figure has appeared from the shadows and whether the Defendant now has access to the last key slice needed to unlock the encrypted file. In the event this occurs, and further if the Defendant produces his list of Bitcoin Holdings as ordered by the Magistrate Judge, then this Court will not impose any additional sanctions other than the ones discussed above.
With the not so subtle implication being that Bloom did not believe Craig's invocations of a "mysterious bonded courier" and that if he failed to satisfy this burden additional sanctions would be forthcoming.
Mr. Wright apparently took this as a forgery challenge, only one where he didn't have much respect for the intellect of his adversaries.
In his report Andreas Antonopoulos labels four separate files of Bitcoin lists, Shadders List, CW, DK, and CSW Filed.
Shadders List: The list of Wright's Bitcoin Shadders produced with a bug he disclosed that caused the least significant byte of some of the nonces for the Coinbases to fall outside of the range 0-58 (the Patoshi pattern that's been used to identify Satoshi's Bitcoin), referred to as the Shadders Bug (this bug is discussed more here).
CW List: A list of Wright's Bitcoin the Trust produced during settlement negotiations
DK List: A list of Dave Kleiman's Bitcoin the trust produced during settlement negotiations.
CW Filed List: The list of Wright's Bitcoin Craig allegedly receive from the bonded courier and then filed with the court in time to attempt to escape sanctions.
Bullet points:
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Gavin's Deposition and Dustin Trammel's are the deposition's I'm most looking forward to hearing about

Gavin's been famously cagey about his stance on CSW these days. However, in deposition format he has immunity to NDA violations and he is under oath. I'm very curious about what new things we might learn about the magic show Craig put on for Gavin and about Gavin's current stance regarding CSW.
I did a whole Tweet storm on Dustin Trammell. The TLDR is he's an early miner who was mining as early as January 11th at least.
Every time Craig has tried to produced a list of what Bitcoin addresses were his he's fucked up in some way. He told the NSW court about his addresses and ended up claiming to control an address that not only didn't belong to him, but which has signed recently calling him a liar and a fraud, but he also accidentally claimed an address known to belong to the person who robbed Mt. Gox.
More recently he claimed he "definitely controlled" an address known to belong to Mike Hearn. In an effort to guard against self-incrimination he desperately enlisted the services of his bumbling CTO over at nChain, Shadders, and aforementioned CTO fucked up that "very careful analysis," which was rejected on principle as inadequate. There's little question that somewhere in the "Tulip Trust documents" delivered by his "bonded courier" there's an egregious mistake where he misattributes some address to Satoshi that can be proven not to belong to Satoshi and/or omits known addresses. The question is can the plaintiffs demonstrate that. If so the penalty will likely be additional sanctions against him from Bloom.
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Writings by Satoshi

Trying to get together the writings by Satoshi...got these:
  1. whitepaper
  2. PGP key
  3. emails listed on https://satoshi.nakamotoinstitute.org/ (P2P, bitcoin-list)
  4. forum posts listed there (BitcoinTalk)
  5. Hal Finney emails
  6. Mike Hearn emails
  7. Dustin Trammell emails
What's missing?
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Ducatus, from analogies of the roman empire to MLM-cryptoscam

​ The other day I checked out a "recruiting" meeting of Ducatus, a so called fork of LTC.
Short backstory...About 3 years ago my grandma got talked into OneCoin, a crypto scam, almost as big as the classic “my wife still doesn’t believe in me”. Anyways she “invested” 5000€ in OneCoin and now I’m trying to find someone who deserves being an “early investor” more than her... I already posted a threat in OneCoin seeking for help, but I came to realisation that the only way to get the money back would be a private sell of her account. It’s kind of a fucked up thing to do, sort of like intentionally spreading a disease, but honestly fuck it if there is a OneLife Fam member who is already so delusional and can’t resist buying a cheap OneFakeWallet (ofc not a new “investor”) it’s at those meetings. So far for my intentions of even attending something like this...
Back to Ducatus, the new bright star on the horizon of Cryptocurrencies. The event I attended was presented by a guy, which is probably in his 30’s and, who would’ve thought, the demographic of the audience was about 20-30 years older than him. Heck I was the only one in the 20’s in there... First he just talked about how bitcoin made ppl rich, then quickly went on further explaining how bitcoin won’t be able to become the “thing that’ll buy you a coffee” and yeah so and so on...He even mentioned that there are already thousands of other cryptos, which he didn’t bother going into detail about tho...
Finally he explained why Ducatus is a good buy:
Dustin D. Trammel, one of the earlier bitcoin miners, who was being talked about for the majority of the time, mostly conveying it in a way like he is 100% involved in the project and through that making ppl think there is actually someone who worked with the inventor of blockchain to score some credibility for making up another crypto. But in reality Ducatus(SwissMine) is just a client of trammel ventures, being provided with standard block chain service like every other client who pays them... Funny thing is the CEO of Ducatus/SwissMine(Ronny Andreas Tome)sold a villa for quite some BTC’s back in 2014 and apparently, according to them(found no source) the buyer was Dustin Trammell. But that’s all just to make everything seem more trustworthy to the elderly, uneducated(in terms of Blockchain) audience.
Also it will be the day to day useable crypto, because there is a cafe chain in Singapore which already uses it as a payment method (which surely belongs to their company) Then he elaborated, as mentioned above, on how BTC won’t be a way to pay for mundane goods because of its price volatility and scalability etc., which is true, but then comparing it with how the first Ducatus transaction was instantaneous...Duh ofc it’s gonna be quick if you only have one transaction on a centralized ledger. And there are so much other projects out there that solved most of the problems already (ie. Nano). But how are you supposed to know that if you know nothing about the technology to begin with... Then he said that Ducatus will hit exchanges on 21.03.18, after it being delayed by a month, because of a hacker attack on an Asian exchange in Jan, 18 ( he’s talking about Coincheck where 500mil dollars worth of NEM where stolen due to a security lack) which has absolutely zero correlation with Ducatus. But that’s the thing: public sale is the death of every PonziCrypto, so you make em believe it’s gonna happen one day, you make em hodl worthless coins and you let em trade it internally so they can actually associate some worth with it...
These poor ppl...I felt so bad for them sitting in there, listening to this high class crypto bs and not being able to do anything about it... At the end an elderly couple asked me if I already had talked to someone about my “recruitment”... At first I glanced and said “I’m fine gl with your thing”, but I couldn’t bother going back and reminding them of some basic principles. DYOR and never trust anyone but yourself and your understanding of what you’re invested in... Plain simple fact imo.
But i think a lot of, what I'd call "family feeling", comes to play with these MLM scams, It's making ppl delusional and not accept the most reasonable critique, even though it seems so mindbogling. Anyways they laughed and said whatever...
Sorry for tldr, but thought i had to share this one with the internet.
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Analysis of /u/btcthwy's blocks

I am a "block chain archaeologist" - that is, I look at old bitcoin blocks and link them together to find miners. Using this method, we can predict how many bitcoins were mined by early miners including Satoshi Nakamoto, Hal Finney, Dustin Trammell, etc.
I have previously identified btcthwy (former designation BSE-2800) as having solved blocks 2800 (spent), 2815, and 2816 (spent). It is possible, but unlikely, that he also solved 2848 and 2984.
BSE-3182 is apparently also btcthwy, having solved 3182 (spent), 3192, and 3194 (spent). He may also be responsible for 3208 and 3215.
http://i.imgur.com/UuuRY3v.png
In the above graph, all blocks from 2800 to 3400 are plotted by extraNonce. Green blocks are btcthwy's blocks, orange blocks are likely to be his but not for certain, and gray blocks are everyone else's blocks.
The solid diagonal lines in the chart are blocks found by Satoshi Nakamoto. The slanted, less solid lines are other early adopters, including Finney and Trammell, but also some unidentified cypherpunks. The noise at the bottom are miners that are coming and going frequently; the people coming to see what the fuss is about, and usually leaving.
Just thought I'd share this, it's cool to finally identify new early adopters :)
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Is it true, that 80% of BTC are in hands of few super early adopters? Why isn't that a "pump'n'dump" scenario?

I read somewhere, that a lot of bitcoins is owned by few early addresses, some of which are active. One of them is apparently Dustin Trammell (77k BTC), who was suspected to be Satoshi Nakamoto himself and recently announced he isn't.
Dropping that huge amounts of BTC would crash the market like never before and 1) who knows if it would ever recover, and 2) would leave these few people with a lot of free cash to buy back their BTC's at much lower price, effectively gaming the market.
I'd like to remain BTC enthusiast, but it's really hard for me, as it looks like a pump-and-dump scheme. Does the Bitcoin community have any response to that theory?
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More on the "Satoshi Nakamoto" email

The email sent to the bitcoin-dev mailing list is from satoshi at vistomail.com which according to the wayback machine was actually an anonymous email provider.
In his article "I am not Satoshi", Dustin Trammell provides an archive of email exchanges between himself and Satoshi which come from this same address.
Blog: http://blog.dustintrammell.com/2013/11/26/i-am-not-satoshi/ Archive (in blog post): http://www.dustintrammell.com/files/Satoshi_Nakamoto.zip
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Such news - and he's a shibe... WOW

Hello fellow shibes thought I would share this article that I wrote with my dogecoin community. http://bitcoinmagazine.com/16817/texas-headquarters-of-bitcoin/
I'll share some info about the people I interviewed for the article. Greg Abbott is most likely going to be the next governor of Texas, he has served as the Attorney General of Texas for the past 12 years and has a incredible story of perseverance. If you want to see his story check out his page www.gregabbott.com
Rep. Stockman is one of the most vocal political advocates of Bitcoin. He introduced the Virtual Currency Tax Reform Act to Congress which aimed to treat virtual currencies as currency instead of property for federal tax purposes.
Tod Beardsley is a security genius, he was just quoted by Reuters yesterday for the 'Bash' software bug and guess what? HE'S A SHIBE.
Dustin Trammell is one of the earliest adopters of bitcoin, and he has even been accused of being Satoshi, he wrote a blog post denying it all.
And Paul Snow organized the Texas Bitcoin Conference and is the President of the Texas Bitcoin Association.
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I am not Dustin. Trammel -: I Myself, Satoshi Nakamoto

Dustin D. Trammel is telling the truth when saying he is not me. If any Bitcoin address that has connection to Silk Road and he control the Bitcoin address does not mean he could be me. I am Satoshi Nakamoto the inventor of Bitcoin here, He is not me and I am not Dustin D. Trammel or any body else. I am not Nick Szabo or Hal Finney or Gavin Andresen or Shinichi Mochizuki or Wei Dai or Mark Karpeles or any one else in the Bitcoin Community. I am some one else. Satoshi Nakamoto is my Robotic Names. Dustin . Trammel own one of the earlier Bitcoin Address mean he might be a hacker or an imposter of me. May be the real imposter or fake imposter. I am not sure about his involvement to the Silk Road. If he is real imposter of me then he is eligible to receive an award from me. But if he is a hacker and got that Bitcoin Address and Private Key mean he is a false imposter of me according to the Israeli researcher. Finally I confirm that he is not me. He is telling the truth in this regard. - Satoshi Nakamoto
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24/7 Live Stream Server Farm : Mining Bitcoins / A.I Neural Network Mapping A.I Playing Games Vision 2020 - ĐỊNH NGHĨA ĐÚNG VỀ DUCATUS blockchain BBVA. BITCOIN. Bancos y dineros institucionales en criptomonedas. Dustin Trammell  Creatore Blockchain di Ducatus Coin a Rai2 Swissmine Ducatus - YouTube

Drawing on their deep network of connections in the cybersecurity space, Dustin and Christina brought a new conference to Austin, Texas. Currently in its sixth year, InfoSec Southwest has been sponsored by household names including Amazon, Cisco, and Trend Micro. The Trammell Ventures events production portfolio expanded in 2016 to include BodyHacking Con, which brings together doctors ... These are emails between Dustin Trammel (aka Druid) and Satoshi Nakamoto, released by Druid in November 2013.When Satoshi opened BitcoinTalk in late 2009, it made an older forum obsolete; its contents are now lost. These emails are some of the very limited context of Satoshi's conversations and the block chain from that year. Many of you may recognize the name “BitDraw” or “bitdraw.com” as it was a site created by Dustin D. Trammell (aka I)ruid and I}ruid), CEO of Trammell Ventures, years ago as an online […] BitDraw ICO. Over what now approaches a decade since Satoshi first published the Bitcoin white paper there has been continued speculation of who ... Written by Dustin D. Trammell March 25, 2020 April 4, 2020 Buying the Dip If you’ve been following cryptoassets like Bitcoin or other altcoins for long, you’ve probably heard the phrase “buy the dip”, but may not know exactly what this means. Dustin D. Trammel is telling the truth when saying he is not me. If any Bitcoin address that has connection to Silk Road and he control the Bitcoin address does not mean he could be me. I am Satoshi Nakamoto the inventor of Bitcoin here, He is not me and I am not Dustin D. Trammel or any body else.

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24/7 Live Stream Server Farm : Mining Bitcoins / A.I Neural Network Mapping A.I Playing Games

Swissmine Viele Chancen kommen und gehen doch dieses wird nicht gehen. Du solltest Swissmine nicht verpassen! Wir haben zwar nicht die Nr.1 von Bitcoin aber dafür die Nr.2 Einer der bekanntesten ... DUCATUS e DUSTIN TRUMMEL In questo video ascolterai direttamente l'uomo considerato Satoshi Nakamoto, ovvero Dustin Trummel, parlare del progetto DUCATUS e della tecnologia dietro alla moneta ... Welcome to the server farm. Starting up a new mining rig , and working on a ATM Bitcoin Machine . Watching live time all global attacks happening on the international fiber networks and sea cables . La persona intervistata da Marzia Roncacci è Dustin trammell in Italia per la presentazione della blockchain di Ducatus. Dustin è uno dei personaggi più riconosciuti nel mondo della blockchain ... Đặt Biệt, bậc thầy về Blockchian thế giới, người dc nghi ngờ là cha đẻ của Bitcoin. Chiến lượt Công nghệ Blockchian cho Ducatus ngài Dustin D. Trammell

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