Earlier today, popular Bitcoin exchange Bitstamp announced how they will be implementing BIP 101 in a few days. As you would come to expect, it was only a matter of time until Theymos issued a comment on how Bitstamp will be removed from all Bitcoin references, including Reddit and the Bitcoin Wiki. Also read: Greek Banks Asked To Pay Bitcoin Theymos, on the other hand, is really an enigma. I honestly have no idea what he contributes to Bitcoin other than being an early enough adopter to grab the most obvious subreddits and domains and set up the first big forum (Bitcoin Talk). I think theymos was right about XT, but also think he went about it in the absolute worst way possible and his actions caused far more harm than good. It seems like r/bitcoin is a lot less moderatd in the last couple of months, so I hope that's a positive sign in his maturing attitude all blockchain and pricing data on bitcoinwallet.com is provided “as-is” and is to be used for entertainment purposes only, and should not be used or relied on in any way to influence or direct trading or investment decisions or funds availaibility or funds value. neither bitcoinwallet.com, nor its employees, contractors, owners, operators or data sources verify or are responsible for the User:Theymos. From Bitcoin Wiki. Jump to: navigation, search. I am head administrator of the Bitcoin Forum and /r/Bitcoin. I wrote Bitcoin Block Explorer, but I don't run it anymore. I currently own the bitcoin.it domain name, but you should not contact me about wiki administration. Contact me via email or forum PM. I am not reliably available elsewhere (especially not on IRC). Retrieved from Bitcoin help chat. Bitcoin Meta your communities . Sign up or log in to customize your list. more stack exchange communities theymos. Apparently, this user prefers to keep an air of mystery about them. 111. answers. 0. questions ~270k. people reached. Member for 9 years. 433 profile views. Last seen Oct 5 '16 at 16:47. Communities (2) Bitcoin 8.3k 8.3k 34 34 silver badges 34 34 bronze Theymos, the owner of the BitcoinTalk forums and manager of /r/Bitcoin, posted an interesting comment on the situation. “This issue has been discussed for several years,” he said.
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