Even if we do not know who this man (or woman) is, we know what he did. Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin’s ambassador, sent a letter to the cryptography mail list in November 2008 and published Bitcoin’s Protocol.
Then in 2009 the first version of the Bitcoin software was unveiled and took part in this system with other people until the end of 2010, when the community started to break away.
Nakamoto worked on open source with other people on this project, but he was careful not to share any personal information about him, and when people last told him in 2011 he said, “I switched to other projects”.
If you look at its name, it must be Japanese.
Although we have to judge a book by its cover, maybe we should do it occasionally.
‘Satoshi’ can come to mean ‘clean thinking, sharp wisdom, wise’, ” Naka ” ‘middle, inside or relationship’ ‘and’ ‘Moto’ ” ‘origin’ ‘in Japanese.
All these meanings fit into a new current by designing an intelligent algorithm. The problem is that every calf can come to mean different things.
We can not be sure if it’s Japanese or not. In fact, even if we do not identify him as a ‘man’, he does not rely on evidence.
We call it a ‘man’, but if we think that the name is a nickname, it might actually be a ‘woman’ or even a few people.
Those Who Know Nakamoto’s Identity
Unfortunately, nobody knows. Sometimes the detective techniques that people use to learn mysterious things can be more exciting than the end result. Joshua Davis of The New Yorker believed that Satoshi Nakamoto was a cryptography graduate, Michael Clear, who studied at Trinity College in Dublin. Adam Penenberg from FastCompany opposed this idea and suggested that Nakamoto was actually 3 people: Neal King, Vladimir Oksman and Charles Bry. Both use linguistic methods to achieve these results. Satoshi looked at the style, words, and even idioms in the texts on the internet to see if a known person matched the writing style. Many researchers, such as Joshua Davis and Adam Penenberg, have come up with various suggestions about who Satoshi might be over the years, but refused to be Satoshi Nakamoto.
If we look at the interviews of people who are with him in the first stages of Bitcoin, the only thing we know for sure about him is that he thinks in detail when designing the Bitcoin system. According to core developer Jeff Garzik, Satishhi’s codes are not traditionally the same as rigorous testing procedures that a classical software engineer would do.
According to Sergio Lerner’s analysis of Bitcoin and cryptography experts, in the early days of the Bitcoin network, the majority of the Satoshi blocks had made themselves a fortune and made a fortune of about 1 million Bitcons of unspent money. Nowadays, based on the value of 1 Bitcoin, 1 million Bitcoin corresponds to 2.5 Billion Dollars (approximately 8 billion 800 million Turkish Liras).
What is Shuan doing
No one knows what Satoshi is dealing with anymore, but on April 23, 2011, one of the last emails he sent to a software engineer was one of them. Jobs Gavin and everyone else is entrusted. ”
Did it work for the state?
Of course there are rumors about this. Some people have interpreted it as “central intelligence”, but people see what they want to see, the essence of conspiracy theories.
The obvious question here is why you want to create a crypto currency that is used by the state or an intelligence agency regularly as an anonymous trading mechanism. Of course, conspiracy theorists will have an idea about this.
Maybe that’s not the point. The core developer Jeff Garzik sums it up briefly and simply: “In the open source system that Satoshi reveals, you do not need to know who he is, what you can trust or know.” The open source system makes it impossible to keep secrets. ” The source code shows everything. ”
Moreover, according to Garzik, it is better for Satoshi to have used a nickname. Thus, people are more interested in technology than who puts technology into it. And at the point where we come, Bitcoin name is much bigger than Satoshi Nakamoto.