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How is Satoshi Nakamoto's identity and the complete origin story of Bitcoin still a mystery? 5-20 BILLION dollars still stay frozen in addresses verifiably associated to Nakamoto.
What are the facts about the origins of bitcoin? Honestly, I don't want to know who Nakamoto is nor do I think they should reveal themselves. What I really want is more information about the origins and very early development of the Bitcoin protocol. What do key, early contributing devs know? What do we know about the development process in the years leading up to bitcoin? The fact that Nakamoto remains anonymous also means we don't get a lot of information about the earliest development of Bitcoin. We don't have much of a record beyond the whitepaper, some emails/comments, and some short publications to understand how Nakamoto understood their own creation and the possible trajectories it might have. I know we have open source code and lots of great resources but what I really want are the thoughts and impressions from BEFORE bitcoin was at all popular or even heard of by more than just the most crypto-nerd of the cypherpunks and crypto-anarchists (basically up to the end of the first year of the main chain's existence). Lastly I want to congratulate Nakamoto on being cool as a cucumber and keeping the first bitcoins rooted to their spot. In trying to learn more about the origins of bitcoin we naturally look to the early blocks in the bitcoin ledger. A lot of sophisticated work has been done in this vein and we can speculate with meaningful accuracy what addresses definitively correlate to Nakamoto. These coins never move, but does anyone think they ever will? Is there any evidence of some kind of plan for Nakamoto to cash in parts of the earliest mined coins that stay completely still? To give my own completely nonsense, lacking-in-evidence theory: my impression has always been that the central, early bitcoin core developers are jointly Nakamoto and that they purposefully maintain the image of a unified, anonymous figurehead since it puts less pressure on them and fuels the "P2P, bigger than any central authority" narrative that is bitcoin's lifeblood. I then like to imagine that they have some sort of secret threshold crypto based scheme for transacting the bitcoin from the Nakamoto wallet(s) (the addresses associated with the earliest mining) as some red button they can collectively chose to press to cash in their billions to fiat (or whatever else we'll be transacting when that day comes). Thanks for any and all information!
Satoshi Nakamoto built in defenses against quantum computing attacks - If you use one Bitcoin address one time, then your ECDSA public key is only ever revealed at the one time that you spend bitcoins sent to each address. A quantum computer would need to be to break your key in that short time.
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I now have access to Satoshi Nakamotos email address used in the Bitcoin Whitepaper ([email protected]).
I now have access to Satoshi Nakamotos email address used in the Bitcoin Whitepaper https://bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf ([email protected]). There are no comprimising details or emails from before Sept 2014. Rest assured the email address will not be used for anything malicious. The email address will be released Only to Satoshi if i recieve a signed message. Can verify this claim with anyone well known in the community.
[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Satoshi Nakamoto just transfered 250k btc from his address
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just kidding. BCH is the real coin, he wouldn't use that shit btc
Satoshi Nakamoto began coding the first implementation of Bitcoin in C++ in May of 2007. In August of 2008, he sent private emails to two well-respected cypherpunks, Hal Finney and Wei Dai, asking them for feedback on early versions of the Bitcoin white paper. They both gave Satoshi positive feedback, telling him they found it very promising. The creator of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, apparently has at least 1 million BTC in one or more addresses and they are assumed to be safe in the so-called Tulip Trust. Regardless of who is behind the identity of Satoshi Nakamoto, which could very well be a group of several people or a woman, what is certain is the data on the Bitcoin blockchain as it is public. A Bitcoin address just facilitated its first transaction in 10 years, sparking discussions about who held onto the asset for a decade. According to data from Blockchain.com, the wallet came to life on October 1st, as its owner moved 50 BTC currently valued at about $528,000.. The crypto tracker notes that the wallet’s only other transaction is from 2010 when it received the 50 BTC on May ... 4,171 days ago in 2009, Satoshi Nakamoto invoked the Bitcoin network after sharing the white paper with people since Halloween 2008. Just recently, it has been discovered that Nakamoto leveraged a ... Bitcoin’s elusive founder Satoshi Nakamoto is still receiving transactions on the first ever Bitcoin address which was used for the creation of the first block aka Genesis block in the history of Bitcoin network. This is particularly interesting to witness and observe because Satoshi Nakamoto has almost 1 million Bitcoin to his name and but doesn’t need any money but nor is it being spent.
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