[Cryptography] Satoshi's PGP key.

Ray Dillinger bear at sonic.net
Wed Dec 16 17:22:19 EST 2015

On 12/16/2015 09:20 AM, newlog wrote:

> Using that reasoning would mean that all rich people get killed...
> What's the difference between him and the other top-10 richest people,
> besides one being richer that the other?
> It seems that argument assumes that people should not get rich so they
> don't get killed.

Most rich people don't have wealth that can all be instantly stolen
and hidden and carried in a tiny USB drive in someone's pocket.
They have assets distributed over a wide geographical area, most
of which aren't small, light, fungible or even mobile, and as
such aren't very high on the list of things easy to steal.
Their fungible assets are in institutions like banks or
exchanges, where there is "normal" security on guard to prevent
it from being stolen.  It's not a particularly easy target.


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