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Starting at tx cbbaa0a64924fe1d6ace3352f23242aa0028d4e0ff6ae8ed615244d66079cfb1 with one line per transaction:
Eligius/Benedictus Deus. Benedictum Nomen Sanctum eius
These are some of the very first ASCII embedded in the blockchain, and is therefore very visible.
Because it is one line per transaction, it could got broken up by some interspersed atheist mockery graffiti, e.g.:
Benedicta sancta eius et immaculata Conceptio.
Benedicta eius gloriosa Assumptio.
Benedictum Nomen Iesu.
Benedictus Iesus in sanctissimo altaris Sacramento.
Benedictus sanctus Ioseph, eius castissimus Sponsus
The non-obvious interruptions are all well known memes/anime references:
It should be noted however, that the interruptions we've found were all output transactions, therefore not done by miners, but just by regular transfers, which are much easier to make. In this sense, therefore, the prayer did win.
Later comments attribute the prayers to a Luke Jr., who is likely:, who says is a Roman Catholic on his Twitter introduction. This is consistent with him being one of the early miners. His LinkedIn: According to LinkedIn he studied at the Benedictine College in Kansas. TODO what is his full real birthname? What is dashjr? Apparently he had his coins stolen in January 2023, then worth $3.5m: