Bitcoin’s Creator Fake Website Unveils A Silly, Disappointing Answer For The Crypto Community
The cryptocurrency community was very excited about the possibility to finally discover who Satoshi Nakamoto is. Bitcoin’s (BTC) creator remains anonymous even when it has been working during the early days of the most popular digital asset. Now, the Got Satoshi website that everyone was expected to reveal Satoshi Nakamoto's real identity has completely disappointed the community.
The Get Satoshi website, that had a live countdown to release the real identity of Satoshi Nakamoto has just reached zero. Although the community was excited about it, what the site unveiled after it is even sillier than expected.
The website has disclosed a new bizarre cryptocurrency news outlet that includes the “world’s first AI anchor.” The interesting thing is that the anchor’s name is “Satoshi.”
It is clear that they were not going to unveil anything about Satoshi Nakamoto and that there are several individuals claiming to be Satoshi Nakamoto, even when they are not. Got Satoshi has also a Twitter account with over 6,000 followers gathered in just a few days.
John McAfee has also talked about this account saying that the site was trolling users and that it was not real. Indeed, McAfee says that he knows who Satoshi is but he doesn’t reveal it because he fears he could have some issues. He has also said that Paul Solotshi Calder Le Rouz is not the creator of Bitcoin.
Paul Solotshi Calder Le Roux was born in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and users believe he created Bitcoin in order to perform cross-border payments for drugs. However, he is currently in jail and this would explain why he didn’t move the coins yet.
Please! Those who claim Satoshi is Paul Solotshi Calder Le Roux, have been smoking way too much opium!
— John McAfee (@officialmcafee) May 14, 2019
Another individual and crypto expert claiming to be Satoshi Nakamoto is Craig Wright. He said that he founded Bitcoin even when he still didn’t provide any proof about it. At the same time, he has been suing different individuals in the crypto community that said that he is not Nakamoto.