Satoshi Nakamoto News

A pseudonymous person or group operating under the name Satoshi Nakamoto created Bitcoin (BTC). Nakamoto released Bitcoin’s white paper in 2008 and launched its network in 2009

Who is Satoshi Nakamoto? A number of theories exist, including that the Bitcoin creator is Nick Szabo, Hal Finney, Craig Wright or Vili Lehdonvirta. Finney corresponded with Nakamoto in Bitcoin’s early days via email, but the pseudonymous figure’s identity remains unknown. Nakamoto vanished around 2011. Satoshi Nakamoto’s net worth is possibly quite large. The pseudonymous entity holds 1 million BTC, based on theories

For one reason or another, the wallet has not transacted for years despite having what is considered life-changing money.
Dormant Bitcoin wallet holding 321 BTC activated after eight years
Arnold Kirimi
New Year Special
What does mass adoption mean for the blockchain industry? Has it started yet? If not, what could get it going?
Crypto mainstream adoption: Is it here already? Experts answer, Part 1
Max Yakubowski
Fresh data shows 90% of the total Bitcoin supply is mined, but the rest will take a little longer to produce.
Only 10% of the Bitcoin supply left to mine
Erhan Kahraman
Expert Take
Gaining a deeper understanding of a popular — but meanwhile widely misunderstood — concept in blockchain technology: the consensus algorithm.
Inside the blockchain developer’s mind: Proof-of-work blockchain consensus
Andrew Levine
Gerald Votta from Quantum Economics has a theory on the true identity of Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto: the author of the first reply to the white paper itse...
Was the first reply to the Bitcoin white paper Satoshi themself? In-depth theory
Keira Wright
Experts Answer
What are decentralized-tech representatives most scared of? And what are their deepest fears in the crypto space?
What is the worst nightmare that could happen to crypto? Experts answer
Max Yakubowski
The Bitcoin white paper only has nine pages, yet it contained enough to change the world. Here's how it came to be 13 years ago.
Bitcoin white paper turns 13 years old: The journey so far
Francisco Rodrigues
Understanding Bitcoin inevitably leads to growing adoption, according to SkyBridge Capital CEO Anthony Scaramucci.
Anyone who studies Bitcoin ends up investing in it, says Scaramucci
Helen Partz

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