For the first time since 2011, the account associated with Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto has spoken. It comes one week after a popular Asian theory was launched that the secretive inventor of the blockchain theory has started selling his own trove of Bitcoin in order to finance a war for the supremacy of Bitcoin cash SV versus Bitcoin cash.
The identity of the Bitcoin founder is, to quote Winston Churchill, “a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma; but perhaps there is a key.”
The key could well be found both in the timing of the Bitcoin’s founder’s reappearance, which seems to come at a time that most analysts suspect the most famous of all cryptocurrencies has set a temporary bottom and is ready for a spectacular comeback, or in the meaning of the word he posted.
The account associated with Mr. Nakamoto made 2 actions. He befriended a user known in crypto circles, a Mr. Wagner Tamanaha, and then went on to post a single word “nour”.
Mr. Nakamoto’s perfect use of British English spelling and terminology in the white paper for blockchain has made some theorize he might be of Commonwealth origin and simply uses a Japanese name on social media for animosity purposes.
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Furthermore, the first bitcoin block that could only be mined by Satoshi contains the encoded text The Times 03/Jan/2009 Chancellor on brink of the second bailout for banks which implies that he was reading London's The Times newspaper at the time of the inception of bitcoin.
Meanwhile, our favorite cryptocurrency is gearing up to make its debut on markets next week.
Susucoin, meant to safeguard freedom of speech, will make a start on http://CoinExchange.io on 3 December at 5 pm Japanese time. We wish it the best of luck.
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