Proclaimed Bitcoin Creator Satoshi Nakamoto’s Honne & Tatemae Book Gets Update
Proclaimed Creator of Bitcoin [BTC] Provides Sneak Peek into Soon-to-be Published Book
Of the several individuals who have claimed themselves as being the creator of Bitcoin [BTC], Satoshi Nakamoto, an interesting one has gained popularity due to their potential book. As per AMB Crypto’s reporting, a website dubbed, “Nakamoto Family Foundation” was also established in order to share details as to who Satoshi truly is.
What will the book cover? Turns out, the majority of the book will revolve around Satoshi’s personal life. The first piece of detail revealed was that of Satoshi’s background and it seems that the BTC creator is Caribbean. A puzzle was provided, in which the answer turns out being “Bridgetown”, the capital city of Barbados.
The actual hint went as follows:
“What you see is referred to as a hill cipher, composed of a 2 x 2 matrix. I’ve gone ahead and provided the n values […] This is the place I have chosen to write the book from the duration of this time.”
As per the individual who claims to be Satoshi, the Nakamoto Family Foundation was created with the intentions of spreading the word about the book across the globe ad solely remains this way for the time being.
Since the first chapter has been publicized, mixed reviews sprung into existence as the use of words and tone supposedly differed. However, the individual made the argument that a ghostwriter was hired for writing the piece, with the individual themselves taking full direction. Another argument made was that of the software called, Dragon NaturallySpeaking, which could have misunderstood any speech fed into it.
The individual also supposedly keeps in touch with Laszlo Hanyecz, who was known within the crypto sphere for having purchased two pizzas for 10,000 BTC in early 2010.
To wrap up their notes prior to making the complete book available to the general book, the individual expressed hopefulness and trusts that many crypto investors would be fond of both the book and the experiences shared.
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