Who is Satoshi Nakamoto? Today we’ll take a look at 10 Satoshi suspects and assess each individuals’ chance of actually being the elusive bitcoin creator.
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So you’ve heard about blockchain, but what is it? It’s very helpful to understand why it was created in the 1st place & what problems it was built to solve.
Andreas M. Antonopoulos was the keynote speaker at ‘Let’s Talk Bitcoin’s 5th Anniversary Event – The Internet of Money 5 Years Later.’ He’s dedicated his career to educating the masses about blockchain and crypto. Here he reflects on how far it’s all come.
The bitcoin blockchain was the first of its kind, created in 2008 in response to the financial crisis. Its functions serve as the blockchain tech & a token.
Nick Szabo is a computer scientist, cryptographer, and one of the most respected names in the world of cryptocurrency. This crypto-pioneer has helped move the chain forward!
While we still don’t know who Nakamoto is, one thing is certain: whoever is behind the name doesn’t want to be found. This might lead one to ask the obvious question – why would the person who created the world’s first and most valuable cryptocurrency want their identity concealed?
WTF is bitcoin and cryptocurrencies?! Our short and sweet video will explain all you need to know to figure out what these strange concepts are!
Nearly a decade later, folks are still fascinated by the possibilities of who created bitcoin. Almost everyone has their own theory on who (or what) Satoshi Nakamoto really is. In this special edition, we take a look at three of the wildest possibilities surrounding the elusive innovator’s true identity.
Alyse Killeen speaks at mHub Chicago in October 2017 on Venture Capital in the cryptocurrency space. She also discusses decentralization & Satoshi’s vision!
Could the famed Satoshi Nakamoto, creator of Bitcoin, be a woman? The blockchain community is historically male-dominant, but Margaret Runchy seems to be a worthy candidate for the creation of Bitcoin; her Model of Everything is very similar, indeed. Explore the mystery here in the last installment of Finding Satoshi Nakamoto!