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Posts where Bitcoin.org has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-02-27.
  • Ontier Initiates Legal Action on Behalf of Craig Wright to Recover $4.25 Billions Worth of Bitcoin “Requesting the developers to enable TTL & regain control of stolen the stolen BTC”
    This is true. What baffles me is how any serious law firm could agree to participate in these ridiculous suits. Yes, money talks, but in the UK there is the SRA which is supposed to closely monitor the activities of lawyers and law firms to guard against any unethical behavior. It seems to me that what Ontier LLP is doing in this case is highly unethical. The suits they are filing are absurd, and they must know this. They are presumably taking fees from Calvin Ayre in order to attack Bitcoin developers, bitcoin.org etc (I cannot imagine they would file such ridiculous lawsuits without a lot of money up front on retainer; there is no way they would do this purely on contingency). Isn't that clearly unethical?
  • I own a Pub in the UK, I want to accept Doge.
    reddit.com/r/dogecoin | 2021-03-01
    I use a bitcoin wallet by bitcoin.org its a very simple process. open app, set amount, scan QR and then wait a lifetime for conformation of payment. Doge is pretty much instant.
  • does this wallet let you set a fee value or is it automatically set? thanks
    When Unstoppable was being reviewed for inclusion on bitcoin.org we received feedback from reviewers recommending to enable advanced users to set custom fee above the hardcoded limits. We are going to add that in the near future.
  • After Craig Wright claims to be the hacker who robbed MtGox, MtGox victim threatens to sue Wright over stolen funds
    reddit.com/r/Bitcoin | 2021-02-27
    Better question: if you were Satoshi, and you uploaded the white paper yourself to bitcoin.org 12 years ago, and you made Bitcoin open source, why the hell would you be suing bitcoin.org for keeping the white paper available on the web-site, when you were the one who put it there in the first place?
    reddit.com/r/Bitcoin | 2021-02-27
    Craig Wright is a menace. We all know he's a fool and a compulsive liar, but can we be 100% certain that he judges in each of these trials (the libel suits against Peter McCormack and Hodlonaut, the suit against u/Cobra-Bitcoin of bitcoin.org for hosting the white paper, and now the ridiciulous suit against Bitcoin core developers) will see Craig Wright for the liar he clearly is? They probably will, but only if the defendants in each of these cases spend a lot of money, time and effort defending themselves against Craig Wright's attacks as he threatens to destroy their lives.
  • What percentage of my portfolio should I invest in cryptocurrency?
    My question was just how you value it. The first guy said its value was based on what people were willing to pay for it, and you said that wasn't fair. To me that description seemed like a perfectly fair statement on how bitcoin is valued (so to does bitcoin.org it seems " The price of a bitcoin is determined by supply and demand. When demand for bitcoins increases, the price increases, and when demand falls, the price falls. ")
  • "Craig Wight has filed his lawsuit in court. Many prominent developers associated with Bitcoin are the defendants." @Cobra
    Satoshi literally is the one who put the whitepaper on bitcoin.org and you think this fucking fraud is Satoshi and is now trying to take it down?
  • Bitcoin and the C.I.A. Connection
    It is not the first time people mention how Bitcoin may have been created by the CIA, despite a clear lack of evidence to back these claims. However, a recent article on Dollar Vigilante mentions how an intelligence agency may have been involved in the Bitcoin concept at some stage throughout its seven-year history.
    It is not the first time people mention how Bitcoin may have been created by the CIA, despite a clear lack of evidence to back these claims. However, a recent article on Dollar Vigilante mentions how an intelligence agency may have been involved in the Bitcoin concept at some stage throughout its seven-year history.
  • Cobra received a new letter from Craig's lawyers. Proceedings have begun regarding the white paper hosted on Bitcoin.org
    reddit.com/r/bsv | 2021-02-25
    The white paper suit is just as ridiculously unethical as suing the developers. All of it is ridiculous. The white paper was published under the MIT License along with the Bitcoin code and has been freely circulated worldwide for the past 12 years. This suit against bitcoin.org is not only insane, it is clearly unethical, and IMO Ontier should be investigated for their activities.
  • Cøbra on Twitter : Received a new letter from Craig's lawyers. Proceedings have begun regarding the whitepaper. They are coming for the developers, for the whitepaper, and ultimately for all of you. No fucking mercy anymore.
    reddit.com/r/Bitcoin | 2021-02-25
    Craig S Wright is a patent troll and pariah who keeps vehemently claiming that he is Satoshi, and he tries to sue everyone who disagrees. In this case, he's suing the owner of the bitcoin.org domain.
    reddit.com/r/Bitcoin | 2021-02-25
    on bitcoin/org in that case. theres more about shitcoins forked and other guy who make something similar, but all is FUD, don't fud. lol
  • Discussions - 124 BTC stolen from users of BitcoinPaperWallet.com
    reddit.com/r/Bitcoin | 2021-02-25
    I guess you may use Bitcoin Core wallet app from https://bitcoin.org/ or Electrum wallet app from https://electrum.org/ to create new wallet on offline computer.
  • Daily Discussion, February 25, 2021
    reddit.com/r/Bitcoin | 2021-02-25
    AFAIK, you are correct, bitcoin.org was first. .com is just a commercial entity.
    reddit.com/r/Bitcoin | 2021-02-25
    Does anyone know if bitcoin.com and bitcoin.org are made by different teams of devs? Am I correct in believing that bitcoin.org was first?

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