More evidence that Bitcoin inventor Satoshi Nakamoto will never return
January 2022, the Bitcoin network celebrates its 13th anniversary after the creator Satoshi Nakamoto activated the protocol. The creator of Bitcoin has always been the most famous and mysterious figure in the community. Satoshi left town about 10 years ago and never returned. Even many speculate that the inventor is unlikely to ever return.
Satoshi Nakamoto is the inventor of the Bitcoin network and publishes White paper (Whitepaper) of this technology on Halloween (October 31st) 2008. The whitepaper was written by “Satoshi Nakamoto” with the email “[email protected]” and also includes the web domain “bitcoin.org” up there.
“Satoshi Nakamoto” is an original Japanese name and is considered a pseudonym or pseudonym by many. Many people also assume that Nakamoto was born on April 5, 1975, as indicated on the inventor’s profile with the P2P Foundation. If the date of birth is correct, Nakamoto is now 46 years old.
Over the years, many researchers have tried to find his identity, but none have been successful. On the other hand, Satoshi Nakamoto could have passed away and there are many reasons why people believe so. We have also read many articles about candidates who claim to be satoshi and many who also claim to be famous inventors.
However, it should be known that Satoshi Nakamoto left 2 messages before leaving. The first was on December 12th, 2010, he left the community message on the subject of “Taking risks with more complex ideas”. In his post of December 12th, Satoshi discussed everything very seriously and directly and emphasized that “the software is not resistant to DoS attacks”.
Nakamoto has never returned to discuss anything else on the Bitcointalk.org forums since then. However, in April 2011, Nakamoto emailed Mike Hearn and Gavin Andresen saying, “I’ve moved on to other things.” Since then, almost all further communication from Satoshi has been unproven and there are many unsubstantiated claims and speculations that persist to this day.
It is still not possible to confirm the amount of Bitcoin Satoshi is holding
The fact is that after this news, Satoshi Nakamoto decided not to return, and most likely the inventor was unable to return for health reasons. On the flip side, some are pretty sure that Hal Finney (who got the first bitcoins from Satoshi himself) is Satoshi Nakamoto. Finney suffered from severe amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and died in August 2014. Interestingly, Finney also left PGP Corporation in 2011, the same year that Nakamoto last emailed Hearn and Andresen.
In the end, one of the biggest clues that Nakamoto is no longer with us – aside from being completely out of touch after 10 years – is the amount of coins that have yet to be spent. Many people believe that Nakamoto will have 1 million bitcoins if he is still alive. But more than $ 60 billion worth of BTC has never been revealed, and it is very likely that these coins will disappear forever if Satoshi Nakamoto dies.
To date, however, there is not enough evidence to prove that Satoshi is dead, nor is there enough evidence to prove that Satoshi is alive. No contact for many years does not necessarily mean that Nakamoto is no longer alive. Also, the fact that Satoshi never moved or spent $ 60 billion worth of bitcoins in the early days doesn’t necessarily mean Nakamoto is dead. What is certain is that Nakamoto hid his identity so well that no one has found him even after a decade.
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