Will Bitcoin SV Creator Acquire $8 Billion Bitcoin Fortune? | Interview With Craig Wright

Will Bitcoin SV Creator Acquire $8 Billion Bitcoin Fortune? | Interview With Craig Wright

Do you care about winning the hearts and minds
of the people of the crypto community? F*** no. F*** no. 99,999 and a few more nines percent certain
that I will be taking control of my BTC and whatever else. Will I cause BTC a whole lot
of problems? Yes, but I’ll do that in many different ways. Welcome, everyone. Today, I’m going to be
talking to one of the most controversial figures in cryptocurrency. He claims to have invented Bitcoin, that he
is Satoshi Nakamoto himself. This is Dr. Craig Wright. Hi, how you doing, Dr. Craig Wright? I’m doing very well, thank you, yourself? Good, thanks for coming on. So my first question
is, last week, BitcoinSV, as you probably know, had a big spike in price and then fell
off significantly after that. What is your thoughts on this recent price action and how
relevant do you think price action is to the success of BitcoinSV? Absolutely zero. People who sit there speculating
on an asset they have no idea about are absolute idiots. This entire crypto market is basically
a regurgitation of every stupid thing that’s happened.
So your lawyer told Decrypts recently that you don’t possess or claim to possess the
private keys to the $8 billion Satoshi fund. How come you don’t have these keys? As I said, there’s a staged process. So what
people don’t seem to understand is the other bit is I don’t own the keys. A trust does. So sorry. Back when Bitcoin was not worth anything at
all, I set up a trust. I did that for asset protection reasons. That trust is a legally
registered entity with a government with a little stamp and all the rest. And like it
or not, lawyers and other wealth protection asset sort of specialists help set all these
things up. And I’m not a trustee. Why are you not a trustee? Because I’m smart enough not to be. Because
then people could force me to actually move coins. You’ve got this whole, you could take things
from trustees, if it was mine then people could have seized assets from me. Remember,
I had a whole lot of, I had a stash in the past with the Tax Office of Australia that
wanted to take a lot of money from me. I had other people wanted to take money from me.
I had lots of greedy people in the past, wanted to take money of off me. So how do you stop
that? You set up a trust. You don’t make yourself a trustee. You find people you trust to be
trustees. Hence the word trustee. You set up rules. You don’t make it discretionary
so that people can spend whatever the hell they want. You say this is how the money is
going to be used and you make it very specific. And like it or not, my money is not for me
to buy yachts. I set it all up to actually put back into building the ecosystem I wanted
to build. Do you think you will ever receive these keys?
When do you think you will receive these keys? I don’t know. I won’t. The trust might. They’re
different things. So, again, I’m not a trustee. So first, the trust has received the keys
and then they can give them to you. Is that the process? They don’t give them to me. It’s a trust.
It’s like a company. I didn’t set it up so that they could give them to me. Do you still expect to see the keys at a later
date? Are you expecting them at all? I’m hoping so. Will I cause BTC a whole lot
of problems? Yes, but I’ll do that in many different ways. So you don’t know for sure. I am 99,9999 and a few more nines percent
certain that I will be taking control of my BTC and whatever else. I don’t think people
realized that I have proof of my assets because I filed a claim with the Tax Office listing
everything. I actually did what is called a binding private ruling. I went to the tax
office and I actually, when no one knew what the hell Bitcoin was, said, I’ve got this
asset and this is how I want to approach it. And I paid 3.2 million in tax. And moved everything
overseas. And I did it legally with accountants and really expensive lawyers and paid the
tax due at the time and set it up and structured it. So you know what that’s actually called
evidence. All right. So how come you decided to commit
to being Satoshi Nakamoto? What do you stand to gain? Because it seems like this has been
a pretty painful process so far or at least drawn out process. Teaching people how law actually works and
that Bitcoin is not anonymous outside of the law. So what you’re saying is that you’re using
this claim to the identity as a way to educate people on the… No, I’m not using a claim
to the identity. I am the identity. But you’re using it as a way to educate people?
Not as a way to educate people. That is the truth. And it’s not something I wanted to come out
with before because people had hijacked my protocol. Starting in June 2010, we had the
advent of a heroine stall being the first thing promoted on Bitcoin. Interestingly enough,
I’d already been looking at trying to commercialize things on Bitcoin, but that killed it. I was
actually looking at the creation of a peer overlay network for a number of entities,
one of which ran them, most of which I just couldn’t get past the idea of peer to peer
networks when trying to sell commercially to listed companies. They heard the word peer
to peer and that scared them because of Godzilla, Limewire, eDonkey, everything else. Okay, it’s just not, it’s not exactly clear
to me why, why you have just, what your justification is for enduring this whole process? I didn’t choose the justification. I didn’t
choose in 2015 to release a whole lot of files that people tried to make me look like a scammer
and whatever else. I didn’t choose to come out and do anything. But when I tried not
to talk to the media, you guys tried to track down my family and tried to follow up with
everything. When I tried to just sit there and patent
and write files in the background, you guys tracked me down. When I wouldn’t talk about
whether I’m Satoshi or not, everyone kept coming out there and attacking me. So if you want the truth, then it gets to
a point where whether you like it or not, I’m going to give it to you. Okay, thank you. So do you care about winning
the hearts and minds of the people of the cryptocommunity? F*** no. F*** no. Did someone sit there and
go: I’m going to have a TCP community and we’re all going to get together and circle
jerk around TCP. It’s a protocol. It’s plumbing. You don’t need to like it. You don’t need
to care. You don’t need to like me. It’s technology. You don’t sit there and go: wow, I’m going
to look at how wiring is done in my house. And we’re going to have a wiring community
and we’re going to debate which particular color red we’re going to use on a red wire. I mean, sorry. Don’t care. Mm hmm. So why do you care so much when people
question your identity as Satoshi Nakamoto? I didn’t. You didn’t? No, I didn’t, actually, I wasn’t
bringing up the fact that I was at all. So when everyone started the whole FakeToshi
and scam bit and whatever else. I was not answering the question at all. I was not addressing
it at all. I was not sitting there going, hey, I’m Satoshi, follow me. Rather the other
way around, everyone else saw me as a threat and started attacking me. So here’s the thing.
You pushed me so far. And, well, I don’t run. You don’t run? No. I fight and I fight and
I fight. And then you knock me down and I get up and
I fight and you knock me down. And then I kneecap you and then you maybe knocked me
down. And then I take out your Achilles and gradually attack the corners. And if I have
to stab you a billion times before you f%#&ing fall over, I win. I win or I die trying. I always loved Andrew
Carnegie. Andrew Carnegie, self-made, started from nothing, started as a steelworker. Wesleyan.
Has much of the same philosophy as I do. I’ve followed what he believes and a large part
of that and his idea of how you ensure you get to be where you are is you put yourself
so that you can’t fail. You don’t allow yourself to have an option. You basically sit there and you create a scenario
where it’s going to be nothing, but you winning. You don’t give yourself an out. You don’t
sit there going: well, I’ll try again. You don’t. You win. The end. So to you, is this about winning? Yes, because what we have is we have my original
vision for Bitcoin and a bunch of criminals. That simple, and I don’t like criminals, sorry. Now I’d like to hear what is your vision for
blockchain and cryptocurrencies throughout the next decade? How is it going to impact
the economy and just our everyday lives? Okay. So as I said, it’s plumbing. I want
to recreate the Internet so that we don’t have the sh%t show of Twitter and Google and
everything like that. Now, the whole problem that the Internet had, that was attempted
to be solved even by Google in the past, was how do we have micropayments? Once you can
actually do that, you can have models that aren’t reliant on ads, aren’t reliant on tracking
your information that allow people to have privacy, that allow people not to have their
entire lives captured by a bunch of oligarchical companies. And that becomes really critical.
So I want to see something that has an audit trail. Bitcoin has an audit trail forever
for a reason. It’s pseudonymous, which means private, not anonymous. You can embed information
such as the identity of parties into keys and hierarchies. So that’s doable. But what
you now have is a means of tracing corruption the old fashioned way, not like the NSA do
right now, where they look at metadata and trace that sort of stuff, but rather where
they actually put together a proper evidence trail using human intelligence and follow
things back, because now they have a trail that they can go from one person to another.
They can make deals the way policing used to be before we got lazy and thought everything
just comes to metadata. You know, in a blog post you made in May of
last year, you said: through Bitcoin, I see a world where various systems compete. I see
the individual, the local, the state and the government all competing globally. Do you
see Bitcoin as the ultimate form of capitalism? Yes. But that also is something that people
don’t understand. My idea of capitalism is more a nuanced view of what Adam Smith would
say. Updated, of course, because he had a lot of ideas that were incorrect. I mean,
200 years of research gives you a lot more information. But Adam Smith was also someone
who wrote about morality. Now, Adam Smith’s idea of morality wasn’t this fair idea of
get rid of all government and leave people to suffer on their own. Adam Smith basically
wrote about the need to regulate markets, to protect things that have ways of ensuring
that people are safe. So we need all of that. We can’t actually have this idea like a total
no government anarchist society. You have that right now. If you want to go to Sierra
Leone, you want to go to the Belgian Congo or whatever they want to call it this week.
There are places in the Western Sahara, all of these have no governments right now. So
you have that. You can choose no government. And guess what you have? You have anarchy.
There’s a reason anarchy is not considered a good word, because whenever you have anarchy,
you have murder. Without fail and everyone says, oh, it’s not truly anarchist. What the
hell is truly anarchist? Where is this so-called society, there are 1200 experiments in anarchy
in the U.S. alone. Every one of them ended in murder. Without exception, there is not
a single case of an anarchist society not ending in murder. Ever. So one of the things I’ve noticed is that
you seem to start a lot of your answers to questions in interviews with some version
of: “people don’t seem to understand that blah, blah, blah”. “What people fail to understand
is”, “what people don’t realize”, “What people also don’t understand is”. How come you feel
that so many people don’t understand things the way that you understand them? Well, let’s see, none of them bother to actually
read up anything on the topic. The so-called experts in blockchain. I don’t think I’ve
ever read any of the references I put in there. We’re talking 11 years now and no one has
realized the blockchain as a concept. A string of hashes concatenated with a binary tree
or merkle tree was invented in 1994. It’s published. The time chain concept or
round chain or whatever they wanted to call it back then. So the terms have changed a
little bit and the use is a little bit different. But Antonopoulos in his deposition utterly
screwed up in saying that Bitcoin’s the first peer-to-peer cryptocurrency. Wrong. There
are multiples, including pPay, Revest of the RSA fame. Did one in 1992. Distributed cryptocurrency.
Again – wrong. There’s Mnet Mojo. There’s the reputation distribution system in eDonkey,
eMule. So I mean and when he was asked about it, he basically said, oh well I had no involvement
with any of this before. So effectively you’ve taken the bullsh#t that people have heard. You’ve regurgitated it and you’ve done no
research because well, I guess you say this and coin goes up. It’s called lazy a%#holes
wanting to make money doing nothing. So what sets you apart? I work. You work? I’ve got 1540 whitepapers now from nChain.
When everything goes through and the updates happen this month, I should hopefully hit
1000 patents filed. I spend, let’s say I’m doing two doctoral
degree simultaneously while I’m working. I work 60 to 80 hours every single week in
my work. Then I study the two degrees. I’ve done up to four degrees simultaneously
while working. I run multiple companies, so, yes, I work. How do you find time to do all this? Luckily, I have a wife and family who understand
me well enough to put up with the fact that I’m a workaholic. So you claim that BitcoinSV is the real Bitcoin,
yet the original Bitcoin is still the most dominant and widely known. All right, what original Bitcoin? There’s
no original Bitcoin. Bitcoin Core. There’s no SegWit. You’ve got this era and people
keep forgetting that the ticker symbol changes when the thing changes. That was set as a
precedent by Vitalik with Ethereum. Ethereum Classic is the original Ethereum,
yet it is ETC. ETH is, basically, the fork, so the fork that he changed Ethereum into
kept the original ticker symbol. So this is whole bait and switch thing where a bunch
of guys scamming investors keep the ticker symbol, avoiding demutualisation and dematerialization
law the way it is in securities. And these are securities because when we’re talking
about exchanges, it’s not the actual underlying asset. It’s the promise to pay. And we’re
going to start seeing that. I’ve got regulators starting to understand the fact that when
you’re on an exchange, you have a security. So crackdown starting to happen any time.
Now, the same with BTC. BTC changed my protocol. You cannot run a version 3 node and have it
synchronize or even have SPV from version 3 and have it run. So no, changed. And not
minorly – majorly. SegWit is not compatible. The underlying aspects of SegWit where they
sit there going: oh, it’s actually backward compatible. What a load of f%#&ing bull%#t.
They’ve got all these changed up codes like CLTV and whatever else that they’ve added.
They’ve changed the way that in sequence and in lock time works, they have radically screwed
with the protocol without having any idea what they’re doing with an attempt just to
try and make something that is more anonymous because they think they can get away with
Lightning losing records and that law enforcement around the world are going to keep turning
a blind eye as it gets bigger. These guys are f%$&ing morons. So, let me reformulate that question then.
So you claim that BitcoinSV is the original Bitcoin, the real Bitcoin, the real Bitcoin.
But yet the Bitcoin that we know now is the most widely known and dominant crypto? No, sorry. There is no bitcoin that you know
now. There is the way I made it. And there’s this whole scam of calling BTC Bitcoin. You
alter the protocol that I said was set in stone and you go: oh, it’s the community,
get to decide. F%&k off. Community don’t get to sit there and go: TCP should have a different
packet size. How community changes the way IP processes data packets? Sorry, that work
that way. It’s a protocol, it’s set. Get over it. Okay. So what series of events or event would
need to happen in order for BitcoinSV to succeed or replace Bitcoin BTC? We’re already doing it. The end. You can sit there and gamble, coin
will keep going up in massive giant Ponzi that will work forever. And if you’re that stupid, enjoy being broke.
Very simple. I mean, honestly. What, four transactions a second, whoop de
f%#@ing doo dah. You realize in economics you’ve got this thing called substitute goods
and that applies to transactions too. Now, if your transaction costs you $40, $50, whatever
else, no one’s going to use it. Now, the argument like a whole lot of them run around going,
oh, but it’s free. We can fund terrorism, we can fund child porn. And Antonopoulos actually
underoath has just said that Bitcoin is wonderful for funding child pornography. His deposition will come out and he said that,
so… Guess what? That’s a death sentence for your
thing. Liberty Reserve was bigger than Bitcoin. Liberty Reserve had more nodes than Bitcoin. This idea. Oh, it’s centralized. What a load
of crap. People can’t even tell me what that word means.
Why it matters. What does decentralized mean to you? Decentralized is actually a term in computer
science, which relates to robustness. So we’re not talking about political decentralization.
And if you’re looking at political decentralization, then China’s actually one of the most politically
centralized places on earth. Everyone looks at going, oh, see, is actually the leader
and whatever else. But by the time it filters down to the individual locations and it goes
through provincial down to individual local areas, the control of the Communist Party
is over 50,000 people. Now, the reality of decentralization is you
have nodes able to join, rejoin and not have loss. So in number two, the idea of a timestamp
server going back to the core of Bitcoin. The reason this fails, if you look at something
like DigiNota, if you have a single entity, sign something and fail. Everything that they’ve ever touched fails.
The timestamps and the certificates signed by DigiNota, a certificate authority that
was hacked, including Microsoft and Google certificates years ago, allowing Iran and
others, including North Korea, to issue malware as if it was digitally signed by Google or
even Microsoft. Well, everything at all times is compromised.
Now, if you have a group of even 10 different commercial entities. More better, and you
have to hack all of those simultaneously and not be detected. It’s nearly impossible. That’s what Bitcoin
is really about. Okay. And so I’ve just got one last question
for you. Do you think it would have been better if Satoshi’s identity had remained a mystery? For me, for my family, yes. What about for the good of the crypto community? F%#k the crypto community. I mean, what are we talking about with the
crypto community? You mean people actually building things? They don’t care. You mean
the traders or the scammers and the speculators, the people who pump coins and go, coin go
up, everything… Look, magic. I’ve got a fricking yacht now. You too could own your
own Lambo without having to work hard, because, well, coin go up. F#%k them. What about for Bitcoin? I’m still working
on Bitcoin. I haven’t stopped working on Bitcoin. And if you think Bitcoin is going to be valuable
because I’m Satoshi, not because of what I do, you’re a f$#&ing idiot. Sorry, Bitcoin will be valuable because… Well, all those things that IBM would love
to solve. The things to do with making HyperLedger actually a working thing rather than the piece
of sh#t it is, I’d been patenting. So if HyperLedger gets to be successful, nChain makes money,
nChain makes money – I put it back in Bitcoin. So, banks and IBM are going to eventually
either come over to Bitcoin or pay us money and we’ll build Bitcoin. Thank you, everyone, for watching. That was
Dr. Craig Wright. He claims to be the inventor of Bitcoin. And, guys, always remember to
like, subscribe and hodl.

100 thoughts on “Will Bitcoin SV Creator Acquire $8 Billion Bitcoin Fortune? | Interview With Craig Wright

  1. Why would anyone want to admit to being Satoshi? Bitcoin is potentially a huge threat to the US dollar, we all know what happens to people that threaten the dollars kingdom.
    This guy is going to wind up in a convertible in Dallas

  2. The interviewer is very disrespectful to Satoshi, he should show Craig a lot more respect. I cringed hearing these stupid questions

  3. This man is blinded by his own arrogance. No keys – no money. Consider counseling from Peter Schiff. 🤣🤣🤣🤣 🐖💨😲

  4. SOooo he is that smart he could not just say "99.9% recurring sure" that he will get the keys. LOL this guy is a psychotic liar.

  5. The sociopath talks nothing like how Satoshi talks on Bitcointalk about the idea of BTC. CW is a sad blatant liar & is clear he is wanting the attention on him, classic trait of a Narcissist. Key does not have Trustee's and they do not have any keys. But I do love the interviewer looking at him thinking what a lying twat lol.

  6. Tell him to sign in on Bitcointalk on the Satoshi account that has not been active since 2010, surely he can do that and that a trustee does not have his password to sign into Bitcointalk lol

  7. "I remember reading [the Bitcoin white paper]… probably when I wrote it…". -Craig Wright, June 2019

    Yeah, LOL, your wrote it did you? <smirk>

  8. If you watch this video and don’t comprehend that Dr.Wright is the inventor of Bitcoin then you’re in for a great awakening. People still don’t realise the scale of corruption that has been captured on multiple blockchains for the past 11years. Immutable ledgers filled with immutable evidence of mass crime and corruption. The inventor of Bitcoin he don’t like criminals.

  9. Next time bring an interviewer with a little bit more knowledge on the subject and has done some detailed research. The quality of your questions and insight into the subject determines the quality of the interview.

  10. Have any of you BSV lovers even looked through Satoshi's old posts? He sounds nothing like him.

    Also… l wonder who his "trustee" is.

  11. That’s actually made me like him.
    The crypto community was excited in a rise in prices because of a potential war.

    Twitter and YouTube crypto are only out to try and pump or join their group that just puts TA up,

    The crypto community would cut each other’s bollocks off to get rich.

    He says fuck um!!

    Most are starting to feel this way. The crypto tweets attacking each other and which is the best blah blah blah .

    Most have BSV but won’t say fuck all as they have dug a whole ripping into him,

    Is he the creator of BTC? who cares. Like he said ETH forked and kept the ticker .”, and the original ether is now called ETC.

    Why should he care about hearts and minds?? Do you think most of the community would worry about hearts and minds if not caring made them allot of money , it’s all bullshit, you just crack on Craig

    One last point, it’s said that the creator of BTC has to be English because it has the word “ maths” in the white paper and every other English speaking nations use the word “ math “. Well actually England and Australia use the word “ maths”, think about that one

  12. Segwit/P2SH creates the possibility for invalid blocks to go deep into the chain unnoticed/undetected by miners. In the future, users will have to be the ones to do the job of figuring out if transactions are valid, because under segwit/P2SH design, miners can no longer do it.
    Also The whole chain is insecure because its not a chain of signed tx anymore, it all Segwit tx. It would just be a chain of tx, because it seperate the signature after checking it.
    Imagine your will or contracts, having been signed by you, and then the admin office cuts of your signature and sticks it to the contract dangling on the bottom with one piece of tape. That's kinda how segwit is.
    Then later the office is like "well, we can store these separately right?"
    Then later "we have all these old signatures, I guess we can toss them in the bin (prune) and just leave the contracts"

    In the original Bitcoin, 'every block' is basically signing off on all the transactions before it, like a notary. BTC dose not do this!
    Its liken to "I witness this group of signed contracts, which also have witnessed the signing of other contracts". So it's continually proving the veracity of each transaction before the other.

  13. The interviewer has prejudged the interview and you can see the bias rattling in his brain. Overconfident….. I dont endorse Craig Wright and I would like to see more hard evidence as to his claims. If the billions in BTC are his, you can be sure he would have the set of keys somewhere even if he wants to play out the trust charade. If the keys do exist and are known to Wright or if they can be obtained by Wright they are largely irrelevant. It is the legal entity of the trust and how it is structured that protects Wright primarily from the Tax Department, followed by the multitude of parasites in the crypto ecosystem. Without the trust the state can coerce Wright personally for the money. You can bet thet Wright is the benificiary of the trust when a number of conditions are met by the Trust and Wright. The one thing I can agree with Wright on and that is BTC is having its growth stunted by fat dumb and happy coders at Blockstream while the altcoins already have many innovations that are proven in the wild. Surely some of them can start to be adopted by BTC? He is also 100% right about Antonoupolos, he is a grifter who helped the banksters list BTC on the futures market and a Lightning Shill. Sorry no settlements off the blockchain thanks.

     God help the banksters and the futures traders when the altcoins finally come out of BTC's shadow. If we finally discover that Wright is behind a lot of the original code, which is remotely possible we may need his alleged genius to bring crypto past the brick wall of the scaling debate and mass adoption. I am also dissapointed by a presentation Wright gave in front of his peers where he seemed unable to string his concepts together with his visual aids and lost the entire audience in a sea of gibberish. Other times he has presented excellent analysis. In any case enjoy the madness of crypto its still the cutting edge and there is nothing that can be done to stop this in the long run.

  14. shame on you graig, we put so much effort in crypto, you are a …….. to the world, first of all we in Europe work much more then you in Australia and i know that cause i was working all around. you craig should be a shamed of yourself, do you know how many good people are in crypto, good, honest people, and i know at least 100 Binance user and they are not criminals. Even if you are Satoshi. you are a bad person. probably sent by some gov. inst. You are a pscyhopat. We dont care about you psyho

  15. tell me who is behind all the porno in the world??? crypto??????? i hate you, whatever you do it wont be written, just like floyd maywether, nobody will know him.

  16. and you talk dirty, conceited, you talk with f words in your family to?. teaching kids how to swear?. you are such a gentleman? I say f. you and your lazy family. he has whitepapers,???? come to a construction work with me? and btw i also have a master degree. wich i can proove!

  17. Just came here to dislike this. Didn't even listen to it. CW is joke and should be ignored. It's a shame that you give him media presence.

  18. and i have to say this, porno and crime? If you are reading this craig, tell me how hard is for government to ban all these criminals… very easy, but they drink coffee with them. So stop shittting on us people! ok! and you think that you will be able to get rid of these crime bosses? no you will just make that we little people have to pay these enormous taxes for the world family. again, and porno will be financed from your btcsv. so you are actually working for devil. at least with btc we have the same chances like mafia. Who will say who is a criminal and who is not. These fascist will take our money and give it to criminals so what are you actually saying. you are just another system lover. the one that make wars, rape, drugs is the state itself. But you vote for them like there is difference in them. Tell us craig! Who will say what crime is, and who is the real criminal in world. I tell you its gov. and people who just keep quiet!!!! and please tell us more of your work you do. If you want word with 0 criminals you go on street, to police, to your gov. and say to them you are criminals.

  19. Thanks: well done mate. You have a very good demeanour to interview and got a lot of interesting information. I certainly don't think he is the origin he has produced nothing but BS and lies to prove this and relies on that to wing it. Feel so sorry for his family.

  20. He said a fatal flaw would end BTC in 2019.
    He says he put the keys into a trust so he can’t move them but the trust can… he HOPES he’ll eventually get them…. but he says he DIDN’T set up the trust to just for them to give him the keys.

    And coin only go up because fiat is shit. And central banks will never stop printing. All any hard capped coin has to do is work in these conditions. So if BSV go up and up is that a problem to Craig like BTC going up? Nah. He’d be a good politician. Cuz he’s full of shit.

  21. He says that if you are on an exchange then it’s classified as a security!! Lol he is one heck of a character. Bitcoin SV is on exchanges so it must then be a security also?? Lol go away Craig Wright and create some logic for your brain.

  22. I believe Dr. Craig Wright. If we look at his track records, not just this interview, we can see that his is a pioneer in blockchain and he is Satoshi Nakamoto..

  23. Bitcoin SV is a pump and dump coin just as much as any other coin. CSW thinks it’s not lol wake up and smell
    The coffee

  24. I feel sad for all the brain damaged people who believe Craig, to me you look like flat earth people. I don't care if you sold you house for BSV of if you spend you retirement on it. What happens to you will not effect me in any way, so keep believing you're the smartest person in the room. But be sure the room is empty before calling it.

  25. Let's say this is a medium: Media start from "interviews" when they plan to change its stance/position. You seem to know how to survive. Getting closer to be a real medium then 😉

  26. Who does not understand that Craig is Satoshi and BSV is Bitcoin after watching this interview, really deserves it to lose money with BTC.

  27. Crypto community?? What community idiot? Bunch of dudes want to sell their bag to others. And YouTuber who shilled ico during 2017.

  28. CSW and BSV is an truth/intelligent test. these things will happen again and again so this is a good practice. When Jesus finally shows up, many people will call him a fraud. practice your intuition. don't listen to what others say. do your own research.

  29. What worries me the most is the comment section. If craig is satoshi or not – people take direct stance on both sides… and they ARE SURE about their VIEW. So fucking sure is crazy. – so how can that be? How can both be true? Some side must be wrong?! – if this 2 position are held so fiercely… it demonstrates / is proof of a fundamental problem in the system that is the human mind. A fundamental problem with how we come to believe the things we believe. Forget if you are right or wrong about this one in particular.. you for sure have been wrong at least once in your life. Seeing this comment section – i can't unsee how the human mind is a flawed system – it can't be relied on. How do we become sure about things? Crypto industry crashing down.. or going to the moon and leaving you behind – is the least of our problems. Forget consensus in blockchain.. what about consensus in reasoning?! Are we rely just 2 tribes of monkeys screaming at each other? Whoever screams the loudest wins? Doesn't worry you that we don't have a good system in place to to easily check the correctness of our mental frame? Our frame and and others frame? Why everybody is working on any other problem – other then this one? Seems to me this is the only problem we rely have. Our only problem. Scarce resources is not that much of a problem compared to this one. Let me know if you have ideas on how to approach this one. I have a few.

  30. 12:17 When the soy boy interviewer finally realizes he Craig is Satoshi Nakamoto, and his 0.1 BTC is going to plummet in 2020 – STIFF 💪

  31. Anyone noticed the weird things in the room behind him? Old armour on mannequins, a large TV screen with a bizarre desktop wallpaper (reversed?), and when he moves his head you can see a light fixture hanging from the ceiling with no bulb inserted. Pretty strange.

  32. "Fuck the crypto community" sounds just like something the real Satoshi Nakamoto would say to people while trying to free them from governments monetary control

  33. this video will make a great case study for somebody in the future to do a Ph.D. over what human traits are demonstrated by a narcissist, pathological liar, and scammer. and furthermore why society continually not only allows but encourages events like this.

  34. this is exactly why I dont think highly of legalism…they dont teach a thing about trusts at school then pretend they are really smart cause they use one…not that impressive and very suspicious

  35. Not only has Craig got to prove the Private Keys in the Tulip Trust are his but those coins are from the Genesis Block. If he can do both of those things, than yes he is Satoshi.

  36. Craig said "if you think price of BSV will go up because I am Satoshi, not for what I do then you're an idiot" Well if he is Satoshi then it will go in hand for what he has done and what he does now, so Craig is wrong not Wright!

  37. i have a family trust and the trustees vote in the trust even if u are in the trust ,its a vehicle to save on tax for any financial year,for the trustees to not vote to give fake toshi the keys is that hes been scammed by his own trustees or its not the real story and there is more that is not told ,the issue is that val and kleimer are both dead and if they were alive the faketoshi would of changed his story because hes not ,self proclaimed bullshit artist,yes an artist

  38. Oh, look, it's the deranged guy who lost the "hash war" he started and who never provided valid proof for the claim to be Satoshi.

  39. thats what happens when people use narcotics, craig made himself a story and in his twisted matrix world and its all real in his head, now im not saying BSV is trash, its actually brilliant but having craig and his satoshi fantasy is just keeping people away, satoshi was not using this low language as craig and honestly who cares about satoshi ? move on people its 2020 and bitcoin is 11 years old, it survived without satoshi and it will keep living just as BSV , BCH and many more, like it or not its not going to evolve in 11 years , it needs more time to grow and it will grow, when you look back in 10 or 20 years from now you will realize that all this shit about satoshi and alts dying was just fud and manipulation.

  40. The whole point of cryptocurrencies is decentralization, imagine you have to rely on this guy for your money. BTC is the only way to the future!

  41. The only reason BSV is a top 5 coin HAS to be from Asian buyers who dont speak English well and actually believe he is satoshi. Such a weird market we are in right now.

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