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Why was somebody searching for bitcoin in September 2006?

https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?date=2004-01-01%202008-08-31&q=bitcoin
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It was me
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>>9883253
Well need an internet time machine or sorts to figure out what happened that day
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>>9883253
Just a time traveller anon. Chill
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>>9883253
Possible a domain name investor. Bitcoin.com existed prior to bitcoin
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>>9883253
It was probably Satoshi Nakamoto
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>>9883253
b-bogs?!
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>>9883264
Actually this
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>>9883263
Do you mean bitcoin.org? It was registered in August 2008, a couple months before the whitepaper came out. But this was in 2006, well before that.
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>>9883253
Bitcoin was created by the elite. It's a precursor to the one world currency
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>>9883253
Somebody probably just Google a funny word
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>>9883300
funkycoin would been a dindler better one
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100 NSA agents probably just thought up the same word randomly at the same time.
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>>9883253
it was Nick Szabo. He was working on Bitgold since the 90s but he knew he couldn't launch it with the same name cause people would immediately figure out it was him. He searched for Bitcoin in 2006 to see if it was available and in 2008 he launched it under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto.
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>>9883382
Fucking this. Nailed it
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>>9883253
Maybe Satoshi googled it to see if it was taken
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I would like to filter the location from Worldwide to a specific country (or maybe multiple countries) that yield results, but there's a lot of them. So far all the ones I've tried didn't have data.
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>>9883253
do some reasearch on bitcoins history
it didnt just magically appear out of nowhere
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>>9883253
Shorten ist im Moment der einzige Weg Geld zu machen in Krypto. Shorten ist die neue ära der Kryptowährungen. Ich werde diese Nachricht auf Twitter, Facebook, Youtube überall verbreiten. . Shorte shorte shorte shorte shorte shorte!!!!!. Shorte bis €0 !!! Bis nicht mal mehr ein Cent übrig bleibt und dann wird dir der BTC Boss auch noch Geld schulden ^^. Hast du nicht mitbekommen, dass jeder jetzt shortet? Omg shorten ist so brilliant! BTC wird natürlich ewig runter gehen. Denkst du, dass es plötzlich aufhört runter zu gehen? Hast du es noch nicht mitbekommen? €5k in einer minute, €4k in einer stunde, €1k am ende des Tages und dreilstellig unter €100 am Ende der Woche!! Shorten ist der beste weg zum Erfolg!! Ich schreibe ein Buch übers shorten. Shorters, Bären und bitmex auf immmmmmer und ewwwwig!!! ;D xoxoxoxoxoxoxo hey Leute mögt ihr shorten? Weil ich mag, LIEBE shorten! Omg Ich liebe shorten so sehr! Ich liebe darüber zu reden wie man in den Markt shorten kann und wie genial ich bin von solch brillanten Ideen zu schreiben, wie man ein Maebbie Bär ist und shortet hehe! Ich liebe, wie shorten sogar von der Technologie unterstützt ist. Shorten ist die neue Ära! Ich werde auf immer und ewig shorten ;) Ich habe schon die ganze zeit BTC geshortet. Ich habe es anderen beigebracht und meine Nachbarn und Kollegen sind jetzt auch alle am shorten des Markts und wir machen alle mega viel Geld zusammen mit dem shorten von BTC und Ark . Ich bin super beliebt in meinem Freundeskreis, weil ich so viel Geld von dem shorten des Markts gemacht habe; viele machen jetzt dank mir Konten bei bitmex auf. Ich kann es kaum erwarten zu sehen wie der Bärmarkt für die nächsten 5 Jahre anhalten wird bis ich genug Geld vom shorten gemacht habe, um mir ein Haus zu kaufen und hoffentlich noch ein Auto dazu. Shorten ist garantiert der beste weg langfristig Geld zu machen.
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Unfortunately sites lie about the publishing date so it's difficult to understand what was going on:

https://www.google.com/search?q=bitcoin&pws=0&gl=us&tbs=cdr%3A1%2Ccd_min%3A1%2F1%2F2005%2Ccd_max%3A1%2F1%2F2007&tbm=
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>>9883514
Do you know how this works with the Trends search I posted though? I see what you're saying with your search, but that is a different type of Google search. I see no reason to not take the Trends results at face value.
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>>9883382
The only correct answer ITT.
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You know there were other virtual currencys doing billions of us dollars a year in transactions the decade leading up to bitcoin.
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>>9883261
underrated
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>>9883288
This is such a likely scenario, it worries me deeply. A part of me wants to fight and die for crypto and the blockchain. But the prospect of being used for evil is scary.
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>>9883575
you're a fag
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>>9883253

>Jan 4 - Jan 10 2004 Bitcoin 99 searches

>WTF
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>>9883609
>t. longfag
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>>9883259
This
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Satoshi probably googled it to see if there's a bitcoin already.
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>>9883253
when i click that link it shows no results. weird
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>>9884215
Nick Szabo / Satoshi is probably responsible for the majority of those. Nick originally had the idea for "Bitgold" in the 90s. Wouldn't surprise me if he mentioned it to another cypherpunk.
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Time travel confirmed. It's likely in the future someone came back to set up mining rigs and over shot the timeline much like the winkelbogs did. Everyone assumes time travel would be perfected right away... But just because we figured out how to fold the time line doesn't mean its accurate.

If this is the future world currency then its likely lots of actors would travel back to attempt to control it.
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Is the link working for everyone?
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its called remote viewing seeing in the past and future #shamanlife
for all the fags saying it's fantasy.
You know nothing whiteboy with all your fancy technology.
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>>9884335
>>9884409
trends.google.com/trends/explore?date=2004-01-01%202008-01-01&q=bitcoin
Try this, or you know, go there and look it up manually.
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>>9883382
Is he the datadash guy?
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>>9884356

Most of the searches for the payment network are tracked in Mongolia (CHINA)

That explains why Mongolia has one of the biggest Bitcoin mining facilities.
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>>9884508
String whatTheActualFuck() {
std::cout << "My fucking god. This is the state of the market right now" << endl;
return "It's over";
}
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You know who and you know why
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>>9883460
Satoshi Nakamoto was british
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>>9884397
>Someone
Isn't it obvious?
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Sorry
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>>9884665
imagine how rich you'd be if you started using that bitcoin faucet in 2005, before bitcoin even existed.
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>>9884665
15 years from now they'll search bitcoin and find 100,000,000 pages of spam from poos and laugh
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>>9883333
Cheked
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>>9884397

Do you think the guy who plays Michael Scott in the Office might be a candidate?
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>>9883382
Beat me to the punch..
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>>9884665
how stupid are you?
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>>9884850
Stupid for not believing everything I see on Google?
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>>9883253
Lmao fool didn't know the exact time and he went back too early
I can't believe some of the people in the future are still retarded
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>>9883505
LOL plz don't stop
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This is nothing new. Example: New memes/words. Kek was relatively popular in 2004, dabbing in 2012, etc AND someone searched ethereum in 2006-ish
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>>9884867
>Stupid for not believing everything I see on Google?
>doesn't understand what his search is showing IN GOOGLE
the absolute state
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It was Sergey Nazarov
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It was Sergey Nazikov
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>>9884349
hakumaaraa to you too, Anon
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>>9883382
Winner winner chicken dinner. Then Nick handed the keys to the future in Smartcontracts over to Sergey and Chainlink. Let that sink in ladies and reach for your wallets. .28 a pop, unreal, and idiots are actually selling! LMFAO.
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>>9883258
Someone probably used the term "bitcoin" to refer to a theoretical digital currency that probably had nothing in common with the blockchain system we have today. Big deal.
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>>9885568
smartcontracts dont need value on the blockchain to be effective

they are simply programmed contracts and if they payout there's no reason they need be in any cryptocurrency instead of fiat, that's pure preference

relying on that use case for value of currencies is illogical
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You faggots ready for your justing?
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>>9885734
They need to be decentralized to be censorship resistant, and to be decentralized you need to incentivise the hosting nodes. Hence a native asset is required.
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>>9884550
edgy
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>>9884665
so that last result...
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>>9885537

Satoshi Nakamoto is Nakamoto Satoshi (NS) in Japan.
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>>9885800
well thats for some smart contracts but not all and certainly wouldnt be the normal usage

ie what youre talking about sounds like gambling etc, but the big push for smart contracts is in mainstream corporations increasing certainty of contracts

you dont actually need any crypto for that, you could deposit USD or any other fiat and have it in escro until the payout is triggered
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>>9883264
I was thinking about this, he probably was checking whether it already existed or not or something like that
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>>9883300
Dubble dubs of plausibililty.
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>>9885568
22 cents* soon to be 20 if btc continues to decline. I hope this project truly is big as we're thinking, but it feels like it just can't be this easy to make it.
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>>9885822
What? No anon, it's a general principle. If you want people to do things you have to incentives them. Computation costs money, hosting costs money. Crypto assets are far and away the most efficient way to incentivise distributed computation.
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>>9885819
He used the same initials.
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>>9885923
its not easy for average normie they barely heard ripple let alone chainlink
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>>9883460
Try malta. Adam Back was there and is another candidate for satoshi.
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>>9885923
I'm not a link holder, not because I believe it's shit, but because I was busy with other coins. Someday I'll become a stinky. Anway, that's not the point. The point is that it's NOT easy to make it. Look at Link's performance for the past 8-9 months. If you think random Joes managed to buy it back then and actually hodled until now while dollar cost averaging down, you're crazy. I'm not saying link is subjected to a shakening right now. It might be or it might not. My point is that on a long enough timeline whales WILL shake out most weak hands. For those that hodl it's not "easy". It could maybe take another 1-2 years until link finally starts to moon. By then only 0.1% of the initial holders will still be there.
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>>9883253

Satoshi checking if the name was taken probably. Early development, when he/they were just planning things out, experimenting, generally fucking around with it.
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>>9886046
THIS but get your suicide insurance while price is low fren september can be big for link
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>>9885803

We don't say that here Redditor. Go back.
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>>9886076
There's 2 things holding me back
1. holding some bags from a shit project and waiting for a miracle so I can dump them on others
2. Lack of link updates to reassure me that they are not fucking around and other oracle projects will not beat them to the punch
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>>9886042

All great pretenders
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>>9884356
so google has his early ip which could probably tie to his person? that's so fucking cool.
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>>9886022
>>9886046
good insight, you're correct. when even the crypto community is unaware of link, it's clear that normies have no chance. it just feels strange to imagine that these choices I'm making now could honestly be life changing. It truly is a long term hold, and I believe its true potential will start to show when PSD2 goes live in 2019.
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>>9886136
there is a reason for sergey to not give frequent updates he fears from SEC. Earlier project he was working on was shitted on by SEC and regulations project was decentralized exchange (NXT) pro tip : find tom gonser on twitter he is a docusign ceo and read the first retweet.
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>>9885819
NS is Nick Szabo in many other countries. If you weren't a brainlet you would know he was playing with that.
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>>9886229
Clearly if you want to make it you have to be in a position to hodl for another year or two with Link. Those looking for short term returns will be dissapointed and will likely sell. I went in prepared to accumulate and Hodl for at least 2 years. That strategy is working so far, stack is growing.
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>>9886046
Normies don't hold LINK, weak hands that follow hype have already sold

Honestly whales are shaking an empty tree right now, someone that holds it in this conditions knows what he's holding and will not sell.

That's OK though, more LINK for my wagekek bux anyways
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>>9886136
Swift will hold them accountable, their future success is impacted by their progress and am pretty convinced there are timelines in place for development.
Mainnet is next, guessing September.
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>>9886912
I'm doing the same, piling fiat on the side. this is all accumulation time
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>Thread hijacked by LINK SCAMMERS
Thread hijacked by LINK SCAMMERS
>Thread hijacked by LINK SCAMMERS
Thread hijacked by LINK SCAMMERS
Thread hijacked by LINK SCAMMERS

every fucking time these paid shills
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>>9887083
I haven't received my check in 3 months.
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>>9883567

lol sauce me plz
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>>9884508
yeah
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>>9887117
That's because you are a dumb bagholder. You shill for free, while your SCAM Masters make bank.

Now abandon thread since you've been called out again, dumb slimy parasites.
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Probably a time traveler who came back to short the 2008 economic crisis and be ready for Bitcoin




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