Pieter Wuille wrote a one-digit checksum algorithm to prevent people misspelling his name.
Pieter Wuille won the underhanded crypto contest but his entry was so underhanded nobody even knows he entered.
Greg Maxwell is a bot created by Pieter Wuille to argue on reddit while he can get code done.
Pieter Wuille can say "libsecp256k1" 5 times faster than you can.
Pieter Wuille is so much above the Ballmer Peak that if you add him to the graph you can't see the old curve anymore.
Pieter Wuille's full name hashes to 11.
Satoshi Nakamoto is really an AI, created by Future Pieter Wuille, that was sent back in time to create bitcoin.
Pieter Wuille once inverted SHA-2. But that just proves that it's impossible.
If you SHA256 the IPA pronunciation of Pieter Wuille, the result is 0. Fortunately, nobody but Pieter Wuille knows what that is.
The blockchain is getting bigger, yet every time Pieter Wuille uses his fingers it takes less to sync - if we extrapolate, singularity?