What a day! Morning #mooc on #crypto #regulation & afternoon with @Rieke on #AMLD5 as enforced by @DNB_NL. Closing with #bitcoincafe070 🍺 @blockbar070 @The_Hague_Tech #blockchain pic.twitter.com/mLxbQe0BNd— Bart van Maarseveen (@bvanmaarseveen) November 15, 2019
Rieke was there and informed the The Hague community.
Our chip is capable of 1 peta-ops…holy shit. https://t.co/DSR1uAD3Vq— Chamath Palihapitiya (@chamath) November 14, 2019
IOTA co-founder quits crypto, dumps MIOTA holdings https://t.co/UYQZhfXYpF Sergey Ivancheglo, the one who tried to claim his security holes were actually "Open Source copy-protection"— David Gerard (@davidgerard) November 9, 2019
The most accurate story sofar is the Dutch version on the Sprout website. However, Cointelegraph featured the story as well. Not really accurate, but with their nice graphics of course!
Claims to own 250k BTC.
Joerg Molt claiming to own 250,000 BTC pic.twitter.com/N1cG1D0XsM— BitCoin Co-founder (@KennethBosak) November 3, 2019
Apparently, a German person called "Jorg Molt" has been showing a selfie taken with me and telling people that we are friends— Andreas ☮ 🌈 ⚛ ⚖ 🌐 📡 📖 📹 🔑 🛩 (@aantonop) November 3, 2019
This is a LIE. I don't know him at all.
I have heard from others that he claims to be the founder of Bitcoin and has thousands of BTC. A LIE. pic.twitter.com/Bh97AZfvS5
Even more: 30%.
US senators are sceptical, but China puts their money where their mouth is: