Historical Message from an Old Bitcoin Miner!


Today an action was taken that could end Craig Wright’s claims that “I am Satoshi.”

Tulip Trust is one of the biggest mysteries of the cryptocurrency world today. Craig Wright, who claims to be Satoshi Nakamoto; it says there are more than 1.1 million BTC passwords in this file.

According to allegations, Wright and his partner Dave Kleiman have collected the Bitcoins they collected by mining many years ago at hundreds of different addresses and stored their passwords in a document called Tulip Trust. But Wright was unable to access these addresses after Kleiman died in 2013.

Wright claimed that until a few months ago, these addresses would receive their passwords in January 2020. He did not even say exactly how this process would work. These claims of Wright had a great impact in the crypto money community. Because if Wright really had access to these addresses:

Wright would have received over 1.1 million BTC, which would have caused Bitcoin price to drop several thousand dollars,
Wright’s reach of 1.1 million BTC excavated at the time of Bitcoin would strengthen his claim to be Satoshi Nakamoto.

We have passed January 2020, but Wright has not yet been able to access these addresses. But that still doesn’t mean Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto. Because Wright; he claims that he knows the addresses of the wallets where these BTCs are stored even if they cannot access these BTCs. According to Wright’s claims, if he had not been Satoshi Nakamoto, he should not have known these addresses.

Addresses Acted
It was really interesting that Craig Wright shared these addresses with the court. Although many did not believe that Wright was Satoshi Nakamoto, the existence of these addresses had caused suspicion in some names. But today’s development can change this situation.

If the addresses that Craig Wright shared above are really correct, it may mean that Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto if Wright is in a position to really access those addresses (maybe). But it seems that Wright doesn’t have access to these addresses. Because a new message has been sent from these addresses that Wright shared today.

Message to Wright
The fact that the addresses that Wright claimed to own but could not access are already in action contradict Wright’s claim. But as if this is not enough, a message is sent to Wright with a defiant message to Wright.

According to information shared by Zectro, the real owner of these addresses prepared a message today and posted it in a way that everyone can see. The owner of these 145 addresses that Wright says is his own, says Craig Wright is “a liar” and “cannot access” these addresses in any way. At the end of the message, he writes “We are all Satoshi”.

What Does It Mean?
According to many social media users, this process is proof that Craig Wright’s claims are totally unfounded, that he is not Satoshi Nakamoto, and does not have access to 1.1 million Bitcoin.

But this process now raises a completely different question mark. If these transactions do not belong to Wright, then who does it belong to? Adam Back, who was recently claimed to be Satoshi Nakamoto, says that these addresses belong to an old miner and congratulates himself for this process.

We know this person (everyone) is a former miner because many of these addresses have 50 BTC from 2010. These BTCs from Coinbase are obviously received as block rewards at that time and have not been used in any way since 2010.


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