Satoshi personality to be revealed soon?

The true personality of Satoshi Nakamoto, the person who authored the bitcoin white paper, and created and deployed bitcoin’s original reference …
Satoshi personality to be revealed soon?
Satoshi personality to be revealed soon?

The true personality of Satoshi Nakamoto, the person who authored the bitcoin white paper, and created and deployed bitcoin’s original reference implementation might be finally revealed soon!

Using Satoshi’s anonymity, many individuals have already stated that they are Satoshis, or they said that they could solve this greatest riddle in the world of cryptocurrencies. Now a new website has appeared on the Internet, which is also trying to contribute to the disclosure of the person’s identity. The site claims that Satoshi’s mystery will be revealed in less than seven days. You can check the countdown here – gotsatoshi.com

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But don’t rush to subscribe as it might be a simple e-mail collecting website, as always.

We have four candidates:

  1. Dorian Nakamoto – became “famous” after the article in the magazine Newsweek, journalist Leah McGrath Goodman identified Dorian Prentice Satoshi Nakamoto, a Japanese American man living in California, whose birth name is Satoshi Nakamoto.
  2. Craig Wright – the person that even sued people who denied he was the inventor of bitcoin recently. However, failed to provide some hard evidence of that.
  3. Hal Finney – a pre-bitcoin cryptographic pioneer and the second person (after Nakamoto himself) to use the software, file bug reports, and make improvements. It seems that he was the first person to receive the first bitcoin transaction.
  4. Nick Szabo – the web has extremely little information about Szabo, just two of his blogs, in which he touches on various issues in the field of history, law and economics. It looks strange today and the almost complete lack of information about his professional career as a professor of law and economics at the G. Washington University.

Why this time the stakes are high?

Well, first of all, the website, mentioned above. Second thing is, the United States District Court of the Southern District of Florida issued an order on May 3 requiring Craig Wright to produce a list of his public bitcoin (BTC) addresses. The court order states:

“On or before May 15, 2019, at 5:00 p.m. Eastern time, Dr. Wright shall produce all transactional records of the blind trust, including but not limited to any records reflecting the transfer of bitcoin into the blind trust in or about 2011. The production shall be accompanied by a sworn declaration of authenticity.”

Third reason to expect the Satoshi Nakamoto identity to be revealed soon is John McAfee:

I protected the identity of Satoshi. It’s time, though, that this be put to bed. Imposters claim to be him, we are spending time and energy in search of him – It’s a waste. Every day I will narrow down the identity of Satoshi until he reveals himself, or I reveal him.

— John McAfee (@officialmcafee) April 17, 2019

Does it even matter?

To be honest, it shouldn’t matter, who Satoshi Nakamoto is. Is he (or she?) looks like a black latino or not, it doesn’t even matter nowadays. We should respect the opportunity that bitcoin provided us – the chance for the financial freedom or even the new world order maybe? It it the key opportunity to get out of the chains of the debt-based economy. If you dig deeper and get this main idea of all cryptocurrencies, it turns our that we are all Satoshi here.

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Come Out Or I Out You: John McAfee Threatens To Reveal The Identity Of Satoshi Nakamoto

Only a character going by the mysterious name of “Satoshi Nakamoto” represents the Bitcoin creator. In fact, no one knows where the creator is a …

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Published onApril 20, 2019ShareTweetComment

The creation of Bitcoin took the world by storm. Bitcoin is the first ever function cryptocurrency. However, it’s not yet publicly known as to who created it. Only a character going by the mysterious name of “Satoshi Nakamoto” represents the Bitcoin creator.

In fact, no one knows where the creator is a single person or a group or whether they may be still alive or not. Satoshi Nakamoto disappeared from online forums soon after Bitcoin entered the market.

Still, the crypto community has been awash with speculations, with several names coming up as possibilities. Some say it’s Nick Szabo, some say it’s Hal Finney, some say it’s Doria Nakamoto.

Even Craig Wright has claimed to be Satoshi Nakamoto, albeit with no concrete evidence. Now one John McAfee claims he knows Satoshi Nakamoto and he’s about to reveal the identity.

It’s Not The CIA

In a tweet, McAfee clarified that Bitcoin wasn’t created by the CIA or any other US intelligence project as some people have claimed. According to John, the crypto was created by a guy who is currently residing in the US.

Granted, there have been rumors that Satoshi may not really be a Japanese resident as his profile on P2P Foundation shows. His impeccable English indicates that he or a member of the creator team may be from the British Common Wealth.

What If He/ She Wants To remain Anonymous?

John McAfee has promised to gradually share information about Satoshi’s real identity and called on the Bitcoin creator to reveal himself, failure to which McAfee will reveal him to the world.

However, some people have stepped out to disagree with McAfee’s plan, saying that the Bitcoin creator probably wants to remain anonymous to avoid interfering with the crypto market.

It’s still unclear whether John McAfee really knows the identity of Satoshi Nakamto, but the fact that he played a role during Bitcoin’s early days renders some credence to his claim. Still, it’s yet to be seen what happens from here.

Disclaimer: this article is not a financial advice and should not be used as one. It is only written for informational purpose. Do personal research, by contacting financial experts, before investing in any crypto.

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Will McAfee Disclose Nakamoto’s Identity? Crypto Will Suffer If He Did

In a series of intriguing tweets, John McAfee dropped a bombshell yesterday by claiming knowledge of Satoshi Nakamoto’s identity. McAfee intends to …

In a series of intriguing tweets, John McAfee dropped a bombshell yesterday by claiming knowledge of Satoshi Nakamoto’s identity. McAfee intends to end speculation on Nakamoto’s identity once and for all, which he feels is necessary for the crypto space to move forward. He goes on to say he will divulge information until Nakamoto comes forward. Failing that, McAfee himself will disclose Nakamoto’s identity.

The “Who is Satoshi?” Mystery must end! First: It is NOT the CIA nor any agency of any world government. It IS a collection of people, but the white paper was written by one man, who currentky resides in the US. If he does not come forward these narrowings will continue.

— John McAfee (@officialmcafee) April 17, 2019

Satoshi Nakamoto

John McAfee’s outing of Satoshi Nakamoto has reignited speculation on crypto’s greatest mystery. At present, the only widely known report pertains to him being an unknown person, or group, who developed Bitcoin. According to a profile on P2P Foundation, which is an organization studying peer-to-peer technology, Nakamoto claims to be a Japanese resident born on the 5th April 1975.

However, given his perfect English, with the use of colloquialisms, some speculate he is not Japanese. Or in the very least, a member of his team originates from the British Commonwealth.

Following the timeline of his last known actions, he continued to contribute to the coding of Bitcoin until mid-2010. It was then Gavin Andresen received control of the source code repository and network alert key. After that, Nakamoto’s involvement with Bitcoin ended.

The mysterious circumstances of his sudden disappearance have only added to Bitcoin’s allegorical notoriety. But, this hasn’t stopped speculation on several names including Nick Szabo, Craig Wright, Dorian Nakamoto, and Hal Finney. With some even claiming Bitcoin is a US Intelligence project.

John McAfee

According to McAfee, the secret of who Nakamoto is perpetuates a pointless exercise. To which, the entire crypto industry would benefit from knowing his identity. In one of his tweets, he said:

“I protected the identity of Satoshi. It’s time, though, that this be put to bed. Imposters claim to be him, we are spending time and energy in search of him – It’s a waste. Every day I will narrow down the identity of Satoshi until he reveals himself, or I reveal him.”

However, given McAfee’s past form for sensationalism, it’s fair to question whether he knows Nakamoto’s true identity. But, at the same time, McAfee’s cypherpunk credentials do stack up, giving plausibility to his claims. Especially so, considering his active involvement in the industry during Bitcoin’s formative years.

Nakamoto Wants Anonymity

Whether McAfee will out Nakamoto, or not, this much is clear, Nakamoto wishes to remain anonymous. According to Alex Lielacher, his motives for anonymity are based on safeguarding the Bitcoin project and allowing it to operate on its own merit. He wrote:

“it is arguable that he remained anonymous in order to avoid the possibility of him becoming the de facto leader of the system and, thereby, having people place their trust in him as the creator as opposed to the ledger. Moreover, any announcement by Satoshi would likely be regarded as investment advice by those who held the digital currency and may have resulted in price movements.”

What if Satoshi Nakamoto or the group wanted to remain anonymous for a good cause…???

— GCC JOEL (@kiwimalayale) April 17, 2019

Image courtesy of CoinSutra.

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Speak Out: Unmasking the True Creator of Bitcoin

Within the past week, a few crypto exchanges — including Kraken and Binance — have delisted bitcoin SV. The following decisions were mostly made …

Within the past week, a few crypto exchanges — including Kraken and Binance — have delisted bitcoin SV. The following decisions were mostly made based on Craig Wright’s repeated public statements that he is Satoshi Nakamoto. Since bitcoin first emerged, there have been numerous theories and controversy about who the true, original creator of the largest cryptocurrency actually is.

At various points, internet users from around the world have suggested that Satoshi could be Vitalik Buterin, Nick Szabo, Hal Finney and David Kleiman.

Today, we invite you to share your opinion on the subject. Reply in the comments below!

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John McAfee Hints At Exposing The Real Identity Of Satoshi Nakamoto, In An Effort To Shut Down …

John McAfee is the creator of McAfee antivirus, and he’s also a computer and cybersecurity expert. Some even call him a genius. He recently promised …

John McAfee is the creator of McAfee antivirus, and he’s also a computer and cybersecurity expert. Some even call him a genius.

He recently promised his fans that he would finally reveal the identity of the person who created the innovation called Bitcoin.

He hinted at the fact that there are more people in the crypto space who are aware of Satoshi’s true identity.

This comes amidst the whole circus created by Craig Wright whose BSV token is being delisted from major crypto exchanges.

BSV delisted

BSV has been boycotted by essential names in the crypto space who have been getting sick and tired of Wright’s false claims that he’s Satoshi.

More than that, the man keeps threatening everyone who’s calling him out, and the last case that seems to have been the final drop is Hodlonaut.

The person behind this Twitter account has called out Wright’s lies, and the man managed to intimidate Hodlonaut. The whole crypto space has been gearing up to defend him.

Binance CEO was saying a few days ago, that if he doesn’t stop, he’ll delist the BSV coin.

Changpeng Zhao has made the right decision and delisted Bitcoin SV (BSV) which is a fork of Bitcoin Cash.

This will be taking place on April 22. He made the announcement in a tweet. ShapeShift and Kraken were next, and there will probably be more exchanges which follow.

#Binance Will Delist $BCHSVhttps://t.co/15eZYc7wanpic.twitter.com/R3X389ZfM6

Binance (@binance) April 15, 2019

Now back to McAfee.

McAfee to expose the real identity of Satoshi

His latest tweets which you can read below created a massive excitement on social media.

I protected the identity of Satoshi. It’s time, though, that this be put to bed. Imposters claim to be him, we are spending time and energy in search of him – It’s a waste. Every day I will narrow down the identity of Satoshi until he reveals himself, or I reveal him.

— John McAfee (@officialmcafee) April 17, 2019

How do I know about Satoshi?

Yes, I drink, use drugs, chase women, run from the law – which I have done since I was 19. But it does not obviate the fact that I created a great company whose focus was stopping hackers. I had to know hacking. I am still John Fucking McAfee,

— John McAfee (@officialmcafee) April 17, 2019

People in the crypto community keep guessing who Satoshi might be. Some of their guesses include Elon Musk, John McAfee himself, Hal Finney and more.

AMB Crypto notes that some people even suggested that Satoshi Nakamoto should sign a wallet saying “I am not Craig Wright.” Stay tuned for more related news.

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