Created in 2009, Bitcoin was at a much higher and lower level.
Bitcoin is considered to be the most important crypto card in the world, but there are still many secrets about its creation. Who is coming with Bitcoin? Is it a few people? Who is Satoshi Nakamoto?
Here are the stunning currencies of the currency:
In 2008, the first occurrence of bitcoin began to circulate the web.
In August 2008, the domain name bitcoin.org was registered online. Two months later, a document titled "Bitcoin: Electronic Payment System", which has become a cryptographic distribution.
The first copy of the paper mysterious figure, Satoshi Nakamoto's appearance on the web, and the "Satoshi Nakamoto" link to the cryptographic card on a regular basis.
As of January 3, 2009, 30,000 road codes have been identified by Bitcoin.
Bitcoin operates on a lottery system based on "production" autonomous software from people looking for bitocin. For the next 20 years 21 million coins will be issued.
But Satoshi Nakamoto did not work at all.
Among Bitcoin's first enthusiasts, Hip Finney was an early developer of the console game and the "cypherpunk motion", which found a suggestion for Bitcoin in the Nitamoto Cryptocurrency distribution list.
Starting in 2013, Finney's blog post has surprised the idea of decentralized online currency. Finally, when Finch announced the release of Nakamoto software, Finney offered to produce the first scrap – 10 original bitlips from the 70 units that Satoshi tested.
In Nakamoto's relationship, Finnee says: "I thought I'd be dealing with a young man who was very smart and genuine, a Japanese fairy tale. It's a great way to get to know many wonderful people all the time, so I recognize the signs. "
Finney has denied any claims that Bitcoin is an inventor and always repeat presence in the currency.
In 2014, Finney died of neuro-degradation. In one of his last posts at the Bitcoin Forum, he has remained a mystery to Satoshi Nakamoto's true possession. Finnay was proud of Beitkoin and citations of bitokines were stored on a personal wallet that was left as a heritage for his family.
"I hope there is something for their successors," he wrote.
Today, one bitocin is over $ 10,000.
One year later, Bitcoin is slowly moving on the path to viable currency.
In 2010, several merchants started taking bituminous instead of fixed currencies.
One of the first items to buy a crypto currency was a pizza. Today, the amount of bituminous used to buy this pizza is estimated at $ 100 million.
Crypto-currency was a source of interest for the technical elite. In 2012 Cameron and Tyler Winkellsos purchased $ 10 million of bitokine, and in less than a year their investments tripled. Winklevoss twins are estimated to be 1% of all available bitocenes.
In 2011, the Silk Road, which is an online drug store for drug trafficking. It uses bituminous as its main currency form.
Bitcoin is really poor, and this quality has made it an excellent currency to promote drug trafficking on the black market online. This was equivalent to a self-managed trading system that maintained anonymity of digital cash, owner.
In Bitcoin, anyone can go to the Silk Road and buy their cannabis seeds, LSD and cocaine. And the benefits were unilaterally: in some cases, the drug trade was legalized as a trade tool, although it was only used to facilitate the illegal trade.
Two years later, the mysterious face called "Satoshi Nakamoto" disappeared from the Internet.
On April 23, 2011, Nakamoto sent a short letter to Bitcoin Core developer Mike Hearn.
"I've moved to other things," he said referring to the Bitcoin project. The future of Bitcoin, he wrote "in good hands."
Nakamoto has dropped out of a post-set of records, Bitcoin's home-based business, and has since been the most influential crypto-calc.
Wait, so who is Japanese-American guy Satoshi Nakamoto?
Google "Satoshi Nakamoto" and the result will help you to adjust the image of the elderly. It was called "Satoshi Nakamoto" when Dorian S. Nakamoto was born. She is about 70 years old, living with her mother in Los Angeles, not as the creator of Bitcoin, as she reminds hundreds of people.
In 2014, Newsweek correspondent Liah Goodman reported to Bikecin, a developer of Nakamoto, about the peculiarities of her personal experience in engineering and private privacy. After the story was over, Nakamoto was the journalist who had captured him while he was going to a sushi restaurant. Nakamoto told The Associated Press that Bitcoin had heard only a few weeks ago that he had heard that Goodman had talked about Newsweek.
Two weeks later, she filed a complaint to Newsweek, claiming that she did not "produce Bitcoin, did not work, or otherwise worked."
One day after Dorian Nakamoto's statement, the author of the actual Bitcoin Satoshi Nakamoto confirmed Satoshi's user on an online forum titled, "I'm not Dorian Nakamoto."
Craig Wright's voice
In 2016 an Australian businessman named Craig Wright announced that he was the founder of Bitcoin and presented the proven code as proof. Bitcoin developer Gavin confirmed that 98% of Andrew Wright was known as "The Pocket of the Road" was Satoshi Nakamoto.
But others did not agree, and in Rait's statement there was a serious skepticism from the Cryptocurrency Association, and the FBI's interest. Unexpectedly, in the English language, Wright apologized privately and apologized secretly. "I beg your pardon," he wrote, "I remembered that I was hiding and hiding behind me. But since this week's events have started, I have been assigned to publish evidence of the availability of keywords. I have no courage.
Nick Szabo has repeatedly been recognized as the creator of Bitcoin, who refuses.
The Satoshi Nakamoto is not only important for the development of Bitcoin, but also a secret crypto-scribe Nick Sabo, who calls his own "crypto-card" as a "bit", at the end of the '90s.
In 2014, the team of linguistic researchers studied Nakamoto's works with thirteen potential bituminous creators. The results that they said were inevitable.
"The linguistic similarities between Szabo's notes and the Bitcoin bleach are incredible," explained researchers, "none of the other possible authors had the good side of the match."
The author of the New York Times newspaper, Szabo, Bitcoin. Szabo, a libertarian who has spoken publicly about Bitcoin and blockchain technology, has been working on a cryptocard from the very beginning.
Szabo is also in the history of the New York theater tweet: "Not Satoshi, but thank you".
How could the exact "Satoshi Nakamoto" prove his identity:
It can use the PGP key
PGP key – A unique encryption program that is associated with a given username is similar to an online signature. Nakamoto secures him to his post or personal message.
It touched its bitokine
Nakamoto has succeeded in bitokine: he has over one million coins worth over one million dollars.
In theory, Nakamoto may move these coins to another address.
Dorian Nakamoto, Nick Szabo and Craig Wright are not the only people who have been approved as inventors of Bitcoin.
There is a list of people who are associated with this complaint, but still all of them have been stabbed. This week, the founder of Tesla and SpaceX, Elon Mask, did not admit that he was the founder of Bitcoin.
At Satoshi, Wikipedia's entry into Nakamoto claims at least 13 possible candidates are responsible for the creation of Bitcoin.
About 10 years have passed since the start of Bitcoin and we have not been able to prove who made it.
Why is the creator of the world's most important cryptocart card anonymous?
As it is shown, practice of new forms of currency does not have any consequences.
In 1998, a Hawaiian resident, Bernard von Nothaus, was shocked by the so-called "Liberty Dollars" – a six-month home arrest warrant for a federal law violation and a three-year term.
In 2007, one of the first digital currencies of E-Gold was ceased under government disputes, based on money-laundering.
If Bitcoin inventor wants to stay anonymous, then there is a good reason: By maintaining anonymity, they can avoid the adverse legal consequences and at least partially bear responsibility for the success of the anonymous currency.
At the same time, one of the founders of Bitcoin is decentralized currency, visually impaired, or individuals. Nakamoto, in his initial offer for Beitkoin, wrote: "It is necessary to have an electronic payment system based on the cryptographic argument that the necessary two parties can deal directly with each other without the need for reliable third parties."
Why does not anybody get any credit for all the difficulties of creating decentralized currency?
Most secrets in Nakamoto include his motivation. Why does anyone go into the problem of creating a full and bright decentralized currency?
A closer look at one of Nakamoto's original messages on Bitcoin suggests some of its potential motives.
In February 2009, Nakamoto said: "The problem of ordinary currency is all the confidence needed to operate it. The central bank should not believe in the depreciation of the currency, but the history of the currencies is flawed. Banks need to be confident that they will save our money and submit it in an electronic form, but they give a smaller amount of backups in the flow of credit bubbles. We have to believe their confidentiality, and we believe that thieves stolen do not interfere with our accounts. "
At the Bitcoin forums, Nakamoto allegedly "hates libertarian and corrupt rich people and politicians." Other enthusiasts of Bitkoin The symptoms of the appearance of Bitcoin are a clear indication of the true phenomenon: In 2007, after the explosion of a dwelling house, the banking system may have been thought of as a means of breaking down a violated banking system.
About Satoshi Nakamoto We Know:
They are geniuses
In the 2011 New Yorker article, the best Internet security researcher describes Bitcoin's code development as "the only paranoid in the world to avoid strict coding errors."
Fluent in English
Nakamoto has written about Bitcoin about two years, writing nearly 80,000 words on this subject. His creations seem to speak English in English.
They can be British
They believe that their writing and British colloquialism (they refer to an apartment called "apartment" and call mathematicians mathematicians "mathematics") can hug the UK.
His term of office also proves this fact: Nakamoto is published in Britain during the daytime.
They can be several people
The awesome brightness of the Bitcoin code was so intriguing whether it was the work of many developers. According to Bitcoin's security researcher Den Kamenki, Nakamoto can be either "a person or a genius."
How does his creativity affect his achievement?
Jekshua Davis, for four months, has been studying the possible compatibility of Bitcoin's creators for the history of New Yorker, and he is keenly interested in how the crypto card writer thinks about his success.
"Does Satoshi know about this as he sees the news about the increase in Bitcoin's value? What does he think? Is he proud of? Does he ever think that he is open to himself?
If "Satoshi Nakamoto" already does not show himself, we do not know who we are.
What is our forecast? This is a guy.
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