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Martti Malmi owe an explanation to Bitcoin community why he choose to give Bitcoin.org to CobraBitcoin

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Satoshi Nakamotos tidigare kollega Martti "Sirius" Malmi lanserar nya kryptovalutan AXE, deltog tillsammans med Nakamoto och Gavin Andersen i den tidiga mjukvaruutvecklingen av Bitcoin

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This timeline video shows how Martti Malmi ported the first Bitcoin sourcecode from SourceForge to github, how Satohi and him worked on it for about a year and then Gavin Andressen joined in. It's important to know the people that build most of Bitcoin.

This timeline video shows how Martti Malmi ported the first Bitcoin sourcecode from SourceForge to github, how Satohi and him worked on it for about a year and then Gavin Andressen joined in. It's important to know the people that build most of Bitcoin. submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin's Co-Founder Martti Malmi is Back in the Game With New Crypto Project

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June 27th,#SelfSell went to the #SatoshiNakamoto Team meeting in Shanghai and had close communication with Martti Malmi,the first team member of Nakamoto's team to participate in the core development of the #Bitcoin project

June 27th,#SelfSell went to the #SatoshiNakamoto Team meeting in Shanghai and had close communication with Martti Malmi,the first team member of Nakamoto's team to participate in the core development of the #Bitcoin project submitted by SelfSell to SelfSell [link] [comments]

Founder Richard had meeting with Martti Malmi who was the core member of Satoshi Nakamoto team。#blockchain #eco #Satoshi Nakamoto#bitcoin

Founder Richard had meeting with Martti Malmi who was the core member of Satoshi Nakamoto team。#blockchain #eco #Satoshi Nakamoto#bitcoin submitted by KarChain-Foundation to u/KarChain-Foundation [link] [comments]

Martti Malmi owe an explanation to Bitcoin community why he choose to give Bitcoin.org to CobraBitcoin

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Second-Ever Bitcoin Developer Who Coded Alongside Satoshi, Martti Sirius Malmi Returns in New Cryptocurrency Venture

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Interview with Martti Malmi, a.k.a. Sirius – Founding Father of Bitcoin and Identifi

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Martti 'Sirius' Malmi working with team of developers to launch cryptocurrency named ‘AXE’, worked alongside Satoshi Nakamoto and Gavin Andersen with early Bitcoin development and is said to have admin access to bitcoin.org

Martti 'Sirius' Malmi working with team of developers to launch cryptocurrency named ‘AXE’, worked alongside Satoshi Nakamoto and Gavin Andersen with early Bitcoin development and is said to have admin access to bitcoin.org submitted by coraxnews to coraxnews [link] [comments]

Martti Malmi / Sirius, the original founder of the Bitcointalk.org forums, is doing an AMA on forum.Bitcoin.com right now

Martti Malmi / Sirius, the original founder of the Bitcointalk.org forums, is doing an AMA on forum.Bitcoin.com right now submitted by MemoryDealers to btc [link] [comments]

Podcast interview with Martti Malmi, the second person after Satoshi to work on bitcoin

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Podcast interview with Martti Malmi, the second person after Satoshi to work on bitcoin

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Martti Malmi / Sirius, the original founder of the Bitcointalk.org forums, is doing an AMA on forum.Bitcoin.com right now

Martti Malmi / Sirius, the original founder of the Bitcointalk.org forums, is doing an AMA on forum.Bitcoin.com right now submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Martti Malmi, early bitcoin developer and the original founder of the Bitcointalk.org forums is doing an AMA right now

Martti Malmi, early bitcoin developer and the original founder of the Bitcointalk.org forums is doing an AMA right now submitted by SatoshisGhost to bitcoin_uncensored [link] [comments]

Martti Malmi, pionero de Bitcoin

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AMA - Ask Me Anything • I'm Martti Malmi, early bitcoin developer and the original founder of the Bitcointalk.org forums, AMA!

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Crypto history, part 2

Crypto history, part 2
So, we have already discussed the prerequisites for the creation of electronic currencies, as well as the appearance of the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto. Today we will continue with this story.
According to Satoshi himself, the idea of ​​creating Bitcoin came to him in 2007. The announcement of the algorithm took place on October 31, 2008, when Satoshi published a «white paper» of bitcoin through the use of electronic mailing lists and sent it to all the addresses contained in the cypherpunk address book. When explaining the letter, he indicated that he had developed a peer-to-peer electronic money system, through which transactions could be performed directly but anonymously between the participants
Satoshi called Bitcoin «e-cash» or «electronic cash». Later, in 2011, Forbes magazine published an article entitled «Crypto currency» dedicated to Bitcoin, after which the term «cryptocurrency» became common place for such systems.
After the Electronic mailing, Satoshi and the cryptographers who joined him began work on the creation of a «client». In January 2009, Bitcoin 0.1 version was launched. Satoshi’s computer became the first «node», Hal Finney was the second to connect to the Blockchain network. In January the same year, the first block of coins was generated and the first transaction made. Satoshi had sent 10 bitcoins to Hal.
In September 2009, the first exchange of bitcoin for real money was made — user Martti Malmi received $ 5.02 for 5050 bitcoins from user ‘NewLibertyStandard’ via PayPal. In fact, this transaction was both a purchase and a sale. In October, the bitcoin exchange rate was determined by multiplying the average computing power used to obtain one coin multiplied by the cost of electricity in the United States, and thus, 1309 bitcoins could be bought for $ 1.
In November 2009, a forum was created on the website bitcoin.org where bitcoin enthusiasts could communicate with one another. With the growth in the number of nodes, the complexity of mining had increased, which in turn necessitated the search for newer ways to mine coins. Instead of mining using a CPU, Users began using the GPUs on video cards to improve the efficiency of their devices. During the same period, the user ArtForz created the first mining farm, which was a combination of several video cards constantly engaged in the mining process.
On July 17, 2010, the first digital currency exchange’ MtGox’ was created. Only 10 years later with the help of NeuronChain, the first digital currency exchange NeuronEx was created which allows users to make digital transactions of not only cryptocurrency, but fiat money!
Now all of the most popular digital currencies are available to transactions on NeuronEx — BTC, BCH, ETH, ETC, LTC, DASH, XRP, Dogecoin, EMC, EOS, BCH, BSV, EURT, USDT, CNHT, XAUT, as well as its own Neuron Coin — NRON.

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Who Is Satoshi Nakamoto?

I'm sure theirs a lot of people who want to know who Satoshi Nakamoto is? For instance people suing Craig Wright couldn't they subpoena the original whois registration records for Bitcoin.org and Satoshis other website? Even if Satoshi Nakamoto was using whois guard you can still find out his true identity since Icann requires a legal name and address of the registrant.
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quality stuff. credit to @painted_frog

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How the Bitcoin price was changing

Nowadays, the Bitcoin currency rate perhaps is the most unpredictable thing. All predictions about how BTC price will increase or drop are in some way similar to the weather forecasts. No one can tell what will happen to the coin tomorrow. One of the most important factors that experts rely on is the history of the currency rate over the whole period of BTC existence with its dynamics. It is essential to know what was happening to the coin as this allows you to understand what can happen to it in the future.

2009

The first digital currency – Bitcoin – came to the world on January 9, 2009. In the same month, the creator of Bitcoin mined the first block and he also made the first financial operation in the BTC system.

At the beginning of its history, the Bitcoin price was ridiculously low. The first exchange of BTC to US dollars was made in the summer of 2009 when Martti Malmi received 5.02 USD for his 5050 Bitcoins.

The first official Bitcoin exchange rate to the fiat dollar was established on October 9, 2009. At that time, for 1 dollar you could buy 1 309.03 BTC. Many people now regret that they missed the opportunity to buy Bitcoin for pennies.

2010

In 2010, events in the cryptocurrency market began to develop more intensively. The Bitcoin Market exchange was opened in February 2010, where it was possible to sell the digital coin. In May of this year, the most well-known deal with Bitcoin had happened. The programmer Laszlo Hanyecz bought 2 pizzas for 10,000 BTC. It was the first purchase using cryptocurrency in the real world. He posted a request on the crypto forum saying that he wanted to buy two pizzas. In exchange for that, he offered 10K Bitcoins that back then cost about 40 dollars. And there was a person who agreed to have this deal – it was the 19 years old Jeremy Sturdivant. Jeremy didn’t become a millionaire since then as he spent his coins to travel across the USA.

As for Laszlo, he doesn’t regret about the lost millions. He was mining coins for his pleasure at that time and spent them to different non-significant things.

In July of 2010, BTC price raised to 0.08 dollars. Then in November, the price went up for 50 percent. In general, 2010 was an excellent period for strengthening the position of Bitcoin. The digital currency was almost able to reach the point of one dollar.

2011

BTC overcame the point of 1 dollar only in February of 2011. By early June, the price had grown to 10 dollars. This was a small victory for Bitcoin. Another maximum was set at the point of $31.91. In the middle of June 2011, there was a sharp drop in price: from 31.91 again to 10 dollars.

The year 2011 was full of negative events. One of them happened on June 13, when a user’s electronic wallet was first hacked and 25 thousand coins were stolen from there. In a few days, some geeks hacked MtFox exchange where they got data of sixty thousand users. These events negatively affected the Bitcoin rate. It became clear that in the future the price of digital currency will be determined taking into consideration any events that occur in the market.

2012

In 2012, the exchange rate was ranging from 8 to 12 dollars per 1 BTC. This period was also rich in significant events. One of them is that Bitcoin Central bank began its work. This bank received a license and was even recognised by European regulators.

2013

February 22, 2013, was the day when Bitcoin began to grow again. The price reached the mark of $30. Another increase occurred at the end of January – $31.9. The upward trend continued. March 22 rate was 74.9 dollars per BTC.

On the first day of April, the price went up to $100 and within another nine days, the BTC price grew to 266 dollars. But the growth did not last long. By October it was $109. The possible reason for that is the arrest of an anonymous trading platform Silk Road.

Since November 2013, the price of Bitcoin began to grow anew. By the end of the month, the price exceeded all expectations and raised up to $1,200 per coin. The reason for overcoming the $1,000 point was the BTC support by Zynga game creator. Experts also noted another event that could affect the growth: one of the higher education institutions in Cyprus started accepting the Bitcoin as payment for tuition.

But by the end of the first week of December, the price was 1,000 dollars. In the middle of December 2013, the BTC price dropped to 600 dollars because the China Central Bank prohibited the country’s financial institutions to maintain operations with cryptocurrency.

2014

During the year 2014, there happened rather a significant amount of events that had an impact on the Bitcoin volatility. In the first days of January, 1 BTC was equal to 770 dollars. In February it was 700 dollars. Summer 2014 slightly strengthened the reputation of the cryptocurrency.

Many experts think that it was 2014 when BTC strengthened its position in the market, in spite of the fact that Bitcoin price was low – by the end of the year it settled in at around 310 dollars. In 2014 investors began to consider Bitcoin as a potential investment as Bitcoin price predictions seemed quite attractive.

2015

At the beginning of 2015, the BTC price started rising: with 177 dollars in January to 281 dollars to March. The number of people who were trading Bitcoin increased – there were about 160,000 people was buying and selling BTC on exchanges by August 2015. In one period of 2015 the Bitcoin price grew up to 500 dollars, but to the end of 2015, it dropped to about 350 USD.

2016

In 2016, Japan declared Bitcoin as a currency and allowed to use it to pay for goods and services. South Africa was the next who did the same. In April 2016, BTC rate went up and reached $454 per coin. By the end of May, 1 BTC was already worth $600. The reason for the price increase might be the growth of the number of transactions in the Chinese market. The highest price in 2016 was in December – $950 for one Bitcoin.

2017

The year of 2017 was an incredible period in respect of BTC price. It started with $1,000 for 1 coin. Already in June, it was $2,600. By the beginning of September, the price jumped to $5,000 per 1 BTC. On December 17, the Bitcoin price achieved a record and was over 20,000 US dollars.

How did this happen? Here are some reasons that experts point due to the growth of Bitcoin price:


However, later in December, the price plummeted from 20 000 dollars to 12 000 dollars. Experts had different reasons including that one of the first cryptocurrency creators sold out all his digital savings and called such investments too risky.

2018

During the first 4 months of 2018, the price of BTC dropped below 7,000 USD. These negative dynamics were quite logical because the rise is always followed by the fall. For the first time since October 2017, the Bitcoin price fell below 6,000 dollars. On November 25, the price of Bitcoin fell even lower – $3,676 per 1 BTC. By mid-December, the bitcoin rate fell by almost 80% to its yearly rate, the price was $3,200.

Nowadays

What can we expect in 2019? What Bitcoin price predictions do crypto experts have? People hope that 2019 will bring new opportunities for Bitcoin and also other cryptocurrencies. Some investors and crypto enthusiasts predict that the BTC price will grow to 40 – 50,000 USD by the end of 2019. One of them, John McAfee, is assured that the price will rise to 1 million dollars by the end of 2020. He even had a bet that he posted in his Twitter saying that he would eat his “love muscle” if his BTC price prediction will not come true.

There may be a number of factors that can influence the BTC price in 2019. They are:

As it was said before, Bitcoin price predictions are almost like the weather forecast – you never know what price it will have tomorrow. If you think about investing in BTC or any other cryptocurrency you should follow its rate at present time but never forget to compare it to the past. But please, don’t bet to eat any of your body parts 🙂

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