The Grand Bitcoin Question: “Who Is Satoshi” Twitter Reminds Us Of 2 Options

Satoshi Nakamoto is widely known as Bitcoin’s creator, since he wrote the original Bitcoin white paper in 2009. Unfortunately, nobody knows who Satoshi is or what he is doing now. Indeed, since some years, he did appear anymore in the space.

The twitter user arjun balaji, wrote a Tweet on September 4 in which he says that there are two ways to discover who Satoshi Nakamoto really is.

The first one, he says, is to trust ‘conjecture and hearsay’ from politically motivated, ‘scheming blobs of flesh.’

The second option he mentions is to wait for an appropriately signed transaction that would let the cryptocurrency and blockchain world know who Satoshi really is.

There have been many discussions in the space about Satoshi’s identity. There are several individuals that have been targeted as the real Satoshi Nakamoto. Some of these individuals are Hal Finney, Nick Szabo, Dorian Nakamoto, or Craig Wright.

Until now, there is no clear answer about who Satoshi really is. Back in July, the website Nakamoto Family Foundation, published an excerpt to a literary work known as Honne and Tatemae. Apparently, the book is related to Satoshi’s personal life.

Additionally, he hinted that he is from Bridgetown, the capital city of Barbados, an island in the Caribbean Sea.

Until now, there is no confirmation about who Satoshi is, but Arjun Balaji has given the space a good advice to follow.

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