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.
To this day, the exact identity of Satoshi Nakamoto remains a mystery. The chances that the real creator is described below are small.
7 people who could be (or not) Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto
The parallels between Sam Bankman-Fried and Bernie Madoff are ample. On the bright side, both men highlighted the fact that Bitcoin maximalists are immune to Po...
From Bernie Madoff to Bankman-Fried, Bitcoin maximalists have been validated
With the internet, elliptic curve cryptography, even Merkle trees and PoW protocols all present, Bitcoin was “technically possible” in 1994.
Could Bitcoin have launched in the 1990s — Or was it waiting for Satoshi?
Cointelegraph asked Bitcoiners at the Plan B conference in Lugano why the white paper matters now more than ever.
14 years since the Bitcoin white paper: Why it matters
Bitcoin’s creator seemed to succeed where others failed — initially. What did he do differently? He rotated record-keepers.
Tech’s good intentions and why Satoshi’s new ‘social order’ foundered
Major figures in the crypto space argued the Bitcoin creator was the most deserving candidate for the economic award, despite the fact Satoshi's true identity r...
Crypto users renew calls for Satoshi Nakamoto to win Nobel Memorial Prize for economics
According to Jim Blasko, he was able to uncover raw data and files from Bitcoin v0.1, including notations from Satoshi Nakamoto, using “a little browser hacking...
Bitcoiner claims to have found ‘long lost Satoshi Bitcoin code’ with personal notations