Satoshi Nakamoto Comes Out of the Shadows and Writes a Book: Is It True?
An unknown person announced the release of a book that will reveal the names of Bitcoin creators and Satoshi Nakamoto in particular, on the resource nakamotofamilyfoundation.org. According to Wired, it can be concluded from the content of the announcement that the text was written personally by Satoshi. According to the author, the book is planned to be published in two parts, where he will disclose all the most important issues that have long troubled the cryptocurrency community. There is a reference to the encrypted title of the book. Apparently, you can recognize the Japanese phrase "honne and tatamae" simply by replacing numbers with letters. The meaning of this phrase lies in the contrast between the true intentions of people and their external manifestations. The first chapter of the autobiography, which describes the creation of the cryptocurrency by Satoshi, has already appeared on the Internet. This part of the text reads that the prerequisites for the creation of Bitcoin were the studies of Adam Beck, Wei Dai, David Chaum and Hal Finney.
"I would like to note that there are a lot of personalities in this project, and stories about some ofthem will not be included in the book, because they for various reasons have refused publicity, and I respect their decision. As soon as I have an opportunity to talk about them, I will do it," wrote the possible Satoshi Nakamoto.Also, it is said in the first chapter that since the age of 14 Satoshi has been fond of cyber punk, which is the basis of Bitcoin. It is alleged that the project that divided the world into "before" and "after" appeared after a string of failures of more than one person. Satoshi got it, just because he was "in the right place at the right time." Nakamoto first began publishing reports about BTC on the network, when he worked as a researcher in a university laboratory, at the age of 20. The pseudonym "Satoshi Nakamoto" is equivalent to "John Smith" in the United States. But the Japanese origin of the name does not mean that the creator Bitcoin is Japanese. Representatives of the cryptocurrency community were unconcerned about the possible exposure of Satoshi Nakamoto. Some of them found a discrepancy between the styles of the book and the original Whitepaper of Bitcoin. Subscribe to The Coin Shark news in Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coinshark/