Cyberculture agenda: ‘Newsweek’ Claims Bitcoin Creator…


‘Newsweek’ Claims Bitcoin Creator Is 64 and Lives With His Mom

Bitcoins1Some have suggested that Satoshi Nakamoto, the man who developed the idea for Bitcoin, worked for a government agency; others have suggested that “he” was actually a group of people. One researcher posited that Nakamoto was “probably” a blogger named Nick Szabo; another report pointed to a connection between Satoshi and the Dread Pirate Roberts

Identity of Bitcoin’s Mysterious Creator Revealed?

The creator of bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, may have been identified. Since a plan for the digital currency first showed up on an internet discussion forum dedicated to cryptography in 2008, those in the ever-expanding bitcoin community

Newsweek Says it Found Bitcoin Creator Satoshi Nakamoto

How they tracked down a recuslive California physicist and programmer.

Bitcoin inventor found


People had assumed that the name of the secretive creator of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, was a pseudonym designed to protect his anonymity. Newsweek’s Leah McGrath Goodmantracked down a man who could be the Bitcoin founder and discovered that his real name is…Satoshi Nakamoto.

Meet the “creator” of Bitcoin


Satoshi Nakamoto, 64, is apparently the San Bernardino man who first developed Bitcoin, the popular cryptocurrency and drama machine. He is bemused, and generally unimpressed. Leah McGrath Goodman found him.

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