Tag: Satoshi Nakamoto

4 Facts About Bitcoin Founder Satoshi Nakamoto Which Will Blow Your Mind

Introduction Satoshi Nakamoto is credited to be the Founder of Bitcoin and the way we know and perceive cryptocurrencies. A White Paper published by him in October 2008 entitled ‘A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System’ is considered the foundation of the cryptocurrency ecosystem.  In the last decade or so, there have been numerous other cryptocurrencies, which have flooded the market. However, Bitcoin still continues to dominate the market and is considered …
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MerkleCast: Does Satoshi Nakamoto’s Identity Matter?

How important is knowing Satoshi Nakamoto’s true identity? Is mining centralization a fatal flaw for cryptocurrencies? Who are the blockchain industry’s supporters in the U.S. government? And is there any hope left for net neutrality? Relive last Thursday’s MerkleCast with me and Dariusz Jakubowski for insight on these and other topics, and don’t forget to leave your comments and questions in advance of our next live stream.
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Possible Link Found Between Satoshi Nakamoto and Directory.io

So I thought to myself recently. Who is Satoshi Nakamoto? The original genius behind Bitcoin back in 2009. More so, I thought…What is he doing now? After some research I was able to potentially link the creator of Bitcoin to a website, specifically directory.io. Many people over the years have tried to claim the title of Satoshi Nakamoto and others have taken it too literally, we may never know who …
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What Would Satoshi Do? The Religiosity in Bitcoin

January 3, 2009 sparked a new life into the world of payments, contracts, and finance. On that day, Satoshi Nakamoto released the open-source software – Bitcoin. It promised revolution and freedom from third parties -such as banks and governments- as guarantors of capital. Suddenly, an individual was able to bargain, trade, and retain wealth completely by themselves. It was like using cash all the time, but without needing to have a …
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