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Newsweek: Bitcoin Too Big To Fail

Newsweek: Bitcoin Too Big To Fail submitted by Bidofthis to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Dorian Nakamoto's denial blows up Newsweek's bitcoin 'scoop'

Dorian Nakamoto's denial blows up Newsweek's bitcoin 'scoop' submitted by macrotrader21 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Why I'm skeptical of Newsweek's Bitcoin story

A synopsis of events compiled from the story:
  1. Reporter finds the record for a Satoshi Nakamoto in a database containing registration cards of naturalized U.S. citizens.
  2. Reporter discovers the man has since changed his name to "Dorian Prentice Satoshi Nakamoto" and signs his name "Dorian S. Nakamoto".
  3. Reporter finds this 64-year old man living in Southern California.
  4. Reporter discovers that Dorian works on model trains as a hobby.
  5. Reporter contacts company through which Dorian buys trains, asking for Dorian's email address.
  6. Company sends reporter Dorian's email address.
  7. Reporter strikes up an email conversation with Dorian about trains. Reporter asks about Dorian's professional background, but only gets evasive answers.
  8. Dorian asks about reporter's background.
  9. Reporter says she will tell him about her background by phone.
  10. Dorian doesn't answer phone when reporter calls him, and does not return subsequent calls.
  11. Two weeks later, reporter appears at the door of Dorian's home.
  12. Dorian opens the door a crack, then shuts it. He then calls the police.
  13. Two police officers arrive.
  14. A meeting takes place in Dorian's driveway between the reporter, Dorian, and the two police officers.
  15. Reporter explains she wants to ask Dorian some questions about Bitcoin. One officer acknowledges knowing about both Bitcoin and Satoshi Nakamoto.
  16. Dorian says he's "no longer involved in that", adding "It's been turned over to other people. They are in charge of it now. I no longer have any connection."
  17. Dorian refuses to answer further questions.
  18. The police break up the meeting.
The story's background information suggests Dorian Nakamoto might have had the means and motive to create Bitcoin, but there's nothing directly pointing to him as the creator of Bitcoin. There's no electronic trail leading to him. There's no hard evidence that this man even knows what Bitcoin is.
Dorian's statements in his driveway could be interpreted in a number of different ways given the sequence of events and statements by relatives.
I'm not convinced.
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Deputies: Newsweek Bitcoin story quoted Satoshi Nakamoto accurately

Deputies: Newsweek Bitcoin story quoted Satoshi Nakamoto accurately submitted by ajkochanowicz to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Police officers in Newsweek Bitcoin story confirm Nakamoto quote.

Police officers in Newsweek Bitcoin story confirm Nakamoto quote. submitted by Nathan_Flomm to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

What's the difference between the Newsweek Bitcoin story and the Grantland Dr. V story?

In terms of journalistic ethics.
Obviously the Dr. V backlash came later and the turn in terms of the ethical conceit followed it.
In this case the backlash has been instant, but it "seems" that the journalistic community has supported the newsweek writer and it will be interesting tos ee where it goes. But I thought I'd ask about it here, see if anyone ahd thoughts.
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Dorian S. Nakamoto "unconditionally denies" Newsweek Bitcoin story.

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Newsweek: Bitcoin Too Big To Fail

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Reasons to be wary of Newsweek's Bitcoin inventor 'discovery'

Reasons to be wary of Newsweek's Bitcoin inventor 'discovery' submitted by ourari to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Forget privacy! Did Newsweek Bitcoin reporter trick source, contacting Sato

Forget privacy! Did Newsweek Bitcoin reporter trick source, contacting Sato submitted by tozee to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Newsweek's Bitcoin facepalm got Internet culture wrong

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Dorian Nakamoto is raising money to sue Newsweek [Bitcoin]

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[newsweek] bitcoin alternatives galore, what's the difference?

[newsweek] bitcoin alternatives galore, what's the difference? submitted by Fingebimus to DogeNews [link] [comments]

Weekly Round Up: Dorian Nakamoto sues Newsweek, Bitcoin ATM seized in Australia and more

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Nassim Taleb Goes Ballistic Over The Newsweek Bitcoin Article

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Newsweek, Bitcoin and the ethics of "doxxing"

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Here Are All The Reasons Why People Are Skeptical Of The Newsweek Bitcoin Story

Here Are All The Reasons Why People Are Skeptical Of The Newsweek Bitcoin Story submitted by BTCNews to BTCNews [link] [comments]

Priceonomics Edits the Newsweek Bitcoin Article

Priceonomics Edits the Newsweek Bitcoin Article submitted by ebaley to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Marc Andreessen Is Right About Why Techies Are Upset About Newsweek's Bitcoin "Outing"

Marc Andreessen Is Right About Why Techies Are Upset About Newsweek's Bitcoin submitted by koolhead17 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Is anyone over here in r/journalism following Newsweek's bitcoin story? What are your thoughts on the article's reporting and investigation? Links to arstech article -the colossal arrogance of Newsweeks bitcoin scoop

Is anyone over here in journalism following Newsweek's bitcoin story? What are your thoughts on the article's reporting and investigation? Links to arstech article -the colossal arrogance of Newsweeks bitcoin scoop submitted by 9ozFlask to Journalism [link] [comments]

Deputies: Newsweek Bitcoin story quoted Satoshi Nakamoto accurately - Los Angeles Times

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Man named in Newsweek's bitcoin 'scoop' thanks supporters

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The Tek 0099: Bitcoin Creator Found & Batboy Graduates College -Newsweek News: Major Bitcoin Bull Indicator / Binance Mainnet Launched: Get Prepared Cryptocurrency: This Is What Bitcoin Mining Looks Like Alleged BitCoin Founder Satoshi Nakamoto and A Free Lunch Newsweek's Leah McGrath Goodman Responds To Bitcoin Creator Controversy

Newsweek's cover story reveals a man named Satoshi Nakamoto, who matches many characteristics of the elusive founder of Bitcoin but never explicitly admits to it. Via Newsweek hide caption Bitcoin Broker Coinbase Announces They Will Not Support Social Activism Outside Their Mission. By James Crowley On 9/29/20 at 11:45 AM EDT ... Newsweek subscription offers > Newsweek makes it's promised return to print with a cover story on the secret identity of the creator of Bitcoin, 64-year-old Satoshi Nakamoto worth about $400 million in Bitcoins. Here is what it will look like: Newsweek adds plagiarism warning to Fareed Zakaria articles. ... Nakamoto denies creating Bitcoin. By ZACHARY WARMBRODT. 03/17/2014 03:01 PM EDT. Updated 03/18/2014 06:17 AM EDT. 2014-03-18T06:17 ... A Newsweek cover story explores the identity of "Satoshi Nakamoto," the purported founder of the digital currency bitcoin. Though it's drawn doubt and controversy, Newsweek is standing by its story.

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The Tek 0099: Bitcoin Creator Found & Batboy Graduates College -Newsweek

Bitcoin and Ethereum predictions turn bullish as we cross the "Golden Cross". Binance Mainnet Launches today with the Binance BNB token migrating to Binance Chain. We take a deep dive at all the ... Is This Bitcoin Creator Satoshi Nakamoto Who Could Be Worth $5.8 BILLION?! Satoshi Nakamoto (or his American name Dorian Nakamoto) was seen outside his home in Temple City, California facing the ... IBTimes sat down to talk with Newsweek's Leah McGrath Goodman about her discovery of the creator of Bitcoin and the aftermath of the story. Links: https://teksyndicate.com/videos/tek-0099-bitcoin-creator-found-batboy-graduates-college-newsweek Music: http://bit.ly/Trk2ik, Merch: http://epicpants.... Dorian Prentice Satoshi Nakamoto, who Newsweek alleged was the creator of BitCoin, can be interviewed for the price of a free lunch. https://twitter.com/gavi...

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