Satoshi’s Anticipated Definition of Bitcoin and its Respective Aspects as Has Evolved?

News outlet, AMB Crypto has recently covered an interesting aspect of Bitcoin [BTC]. In particular, it has been argued that Satoshi’s early concept behind the giant crypto has drastically changed since its existence. An example of this is Satoshi’s original POV that BTC would be based on “Timechain”, however, this has become

“Blockchain (”

The difference in definition was first discovered by Twitter user, Francis Pouliot, who shared the following message:

Succeeding this tweet, Pouliot also noted that

“the earliest reference to the term BitcoinMiner is in the source code.”

This was highlighted to show that Satoshi was the one who coined the term, “miner” to begin with.

He further explored the code to find that the crypto market’s reference to “coins” was originally thought of as “cent”. Pouliot added that

“CENT is Satoshi’s original version for SATs.”

Here is the original definition of “Timechain” that Satoshi supposedly came up with, and it goes as follows:

Upon scrolling through the different subset of tweets, an interesting piece of information has also been published. More specifically, it seems like Satoshi might have missioned “Bitcoin nodes” as being “male” trusts Pouliot. This seems to be coming from the source code where it indicates:

“//Ask this guy to fill in what we’re missing

If (pfrom)

pfrom-> PushMessage(‘getblocks’, CBlockLocator(pindexBest), GetOrphanRoot(pblock)):

return true:

Clearly, the original terminologies Satoshi shared about Bitcoin has evolved altogether, but this doesn’t necessarily imply that his vision has changed completely, or has it? Share your viewpoints in the comments below!

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