Sirwin
Sirwin

A rare glimpse in the mind of Satoshi


First off let me tell a huge **** you to fakestream media for taking out of context/misquoting Satoshi and making these newly released emails about Bitcoin's pollution or that energy thingy.

It's like these keyboard monkeys just HAVE to be on the wrong side of history on virtually everything. So forget them (for now), let's first focus on the content itself.

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Hmm interesting, Satoshi writes ''labour'' in the owld English wayh.😉 

But wow, those two parts there about ''proof of work is the only solution I've found to make p2p cash work without a trusted 3rd party...if it did grow to consume significant energy I think it would still be less wasteful than the labour and recourse intensive conventional banking activity it would replace.'' Just 100% on point. We know the dangers of PoS and even with a staggering + 1 trillion market cap Bitcoin still consumes way less energy than the internal US financial sector alone.

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But leave it to fakestream media employees to make it about something entirely different and casually ignore his statement on the massive waste in traditional finance/banking. ''In a recently released batch of emails...Satoshi Nakamoto warned that the cryptocurrency could become an energy guzzler.... PoW is at the center of a debate around Bitcoin's energy consumption. While the cryptocurrency industry points to miners' use of clean or orphaned power, which would otherwise go to waste, critics are laser-focused on the raw numbers of energy consumption it generates''.

I haven't read the whole thing yet but definitely will. In the meantime here's a rather interesting thread covering many of the key points of the email exchange.

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