Elon Musk’s SpaceX Is Sending a Man to the Moon, Satoshi Nakamoto is Leading Candidate


Would Satoshi Nakamoto Fly to the Moon With SpaceX?

SpaceX would be sending people to fly around the moon in the near future. This is what the company announced on Twitter on September 13. But the interesting fact is that they already have the first private passenger to fly aboard the BFR launch vehicle.

The Big Falcon Rocket will be taking people to the moon, and it seems that the first person will be from Japan. However, the first tourist flying around the moon does not even know when he would be doing that. In the past, Elon Musk promised several things but some of them were delayed or were not working as expected.

One of Musk’s followers asked whether he would be flying to the moon in the future. But he answered that the person would be from Japan. And of course, some users started to propose some interesting names.

The first one, and perhaps the most interesting one is Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin’s creator. However, that would be very strange since Satoshi Nakamoto has never revealed his identity in the last years. Nobody knows who Satoshi is and there is no information about who he could be.

However, some months ago, a website with the name Nakamoto Family Foundation launched a book known as Honne and Tatemae. According to some information provided, Bitcoin’s creator is from Bridgetown, Barbados. Until now, there is nothing proved about it.

At least, we know that the first person to go to the moon with SpaceX is from Japan. Unfortunately, we still don’t know if it’s Satoshi Nakamoto.

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