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    Satoshi Nakamoto?

    Bitcoin has become somewhat of a household brand nowadays, and pretty much everyone knows about it, but few know of its origin story and the anonymity of its mysterious founder(s) "Satoshi Nakamoto", a pseudonym under which an individual and/or group of people got together and had the idea of a decentralized anonymous peer to peer online currency and platform, launched it to the masses, and subsequently "disappeared", or so it seems.

    There are plenty of theories online regarding who or what might be behind bitcoin, ranging from, a Japanese American physicist and engineer by the name of Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto, that lives in SoCal, to the C.I.A (of course, lol).

    However, I came across this 3 part series on YouTube that seems to present the most solid evidence so far, for who might actually be behind bitcoin. And as usual, its a case of "never aliens, until proven otherwise...". But the videos are very well researched and documented, with reasonable, logical conclusions and rebuttals to claims made in the past. Even if you do not have an interest in the subject matter, but enjoy a good solid piece of journalism, you'll enjoy this 3 part series.

    Part 1

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Kav2K1DVWo

    Part 2

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMWnaR5uJxQ

    Part 3

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfcvX0P1b5g
    "Some people believe that necessity is the mother of Invention, but they're wrong, its War" - James May

    #2
    Sorry, didn't see the videos but I was reminded of this claim by a Pakistani to be Satoshi Nakamoto

    https://ia.acs.org.au/article/2019/p...n-creator.html

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      #3
      Originally posted by krash View Post
      Sorry, didn't see the videos but I was reminded of this claim by a Pakistani to be Satoshi Nakamoto

      https://ia.acs.org.au/article/2019/p...n-creator.html
      Having read the article, I am glad the dude wasn't talking out of his a$$ though, and knew what he was talking about.
      "Some people believe that necessity is the mother of Invention, but they're wrong, its War" - James May

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