Knowing Satoshi Nakamoto "Real Bitcon Creator"

Satoshi Nakamoto is the name used by the unknown person or people who developed bitcoin, created the bitcoin document and created and implemented the original bitcoin reference implementation. As part of the implementation, they also designed the first blockchain database. In the process, they were the first to solve the problem of double spending in digital currency using a peer-to-peer network. They were active in the development of bitcoins until December 2010.

Mr. Dorian Prentice Satoshi Nakamoto, a Japanese-American living in California, whose birth name is Satoshi Nakamoto, as the Nakamoto in question. I suspect that Satoshi has been denied several times that he is not in public, as shown in the video below.

There you will get some of the Wise and fun dating of Bitcoin by Satoshi Nakamoto
that are famous in the crypto conmunity.
-January 3, 2009: The Times 03 / Jan / 2009 Chancellor on the verge of the second
financial rescue for banks.
-January 28, 2010: I really wanted to find a way to include a short message, but the problem is that everyone could see the message. As much as I can keep reminding people that the message is completely non-private, it would be an accident waiting for it to happen.
-14 February 2010: if you are sad about paying a fee (a transaction), you can always turn tables and run a node yourself and maybe someday charge a fee of 0.44.
-14 February 2010: I am sure that in 20 years there will be a very large volume of transactions (bitcoin) or no volume.
-21 February 2010: In the absence of a market to establish the price (of bitcoin, estimates) based on the cost of production, it is a good estimate and a useful service (thanks). The price of any product tends to gravitate toward the cost of production. If the price is below cost, then production slows down. If the price is above cost, you can earn profits by generating and selling more. At the same time, the increase in production would increase the difficulty, pushing the cost of generating towards the price. In later years, when the generation of new currencies is a small percentage of the existing supply, the market price will dictate the cost of production rather than the other way around.
-26 February 2010: How do everyone feel about the symbol B with the two lines through the outside? Can we live with that as our logo?
-May 18, 2010: Creating an account on a website is much easier than installing and learning to use software, and it is a more familiar way of doing it for most people. The only disadvantage is that you have to trust the site, but that's fine for the pocket change amounts for micropayments and miscellaneous expenses. It's an easy way to start and if you get larger amounts, you can upgrade to the real bitcoin software.
-26 May 2010: if you are selling digital goods and services, where you do not lose much if someone gets a free access and can not be resold for profit, I think it's okay to accept 0 confirmations. Most of the time, if you sold gold or currency, you would need several confirmations.
-14 June 2010: SHA-256 is very strong. It is not like the incremental step from MD5 to SHA1. It can last several decades, unless there is a massive breakthrough attack.
-June 17, 2010: the nature of Bitcoin is such that, once version 0.1 was released, the design of the core was fixed in stone for the rest of its useful life.
-June 18, 2010: (I've been working on the design of bitcoin) since 2007. At some point I was convinced that there was a way to do it without the necessary confidence and I could not resist to keep thinking about it. Much more of the work was design than coding. Fortunately, until now all the problems raised have been things that I considered and planned before.
-June 18, 2010: (I planned to create a free bitcoin generator). When mortals become too difficult to generate 50 BTC, new users could get some coins to play immediately.
-21 June 2010: the lost coins only make the currencies of all others worth a little more. Think of it as a donation for everyone.
-June 22, 2010: we should not delay forever until all possible functions are completed. There will always be one more thing to do.
-26 June 2010: Like cash, you do not keep all your net worth in your pocket, (keep) walking for money for unforeseen expenses.
-June 27, 2010: for some things, novelty is a virtue, but for this type of software, maturity and stability are important. I do not want to put my money into something that is 1.0. Version 1.0 could be more interesting for a moment, but after that we are still 1.0 and everyone who comes with us thinks that we have just started. This is the third major release and 1.3 reflects the development story. (0.1, 0.2, 1.3)
-5 July 2010: Sorry for being a wet blanket. Writing a description for (bitcoin) for the general public is very difficult. There is nothing to relate it to.
-5 July 2010: we do not want to lead with "anonymous (currency)" ... (or) "currency beyond the reach of any government". I'm definitely not making a mockery or affirmation of this kind.
-8 July 2010: it is difficult to imagine that the Internet becomes hermetically segmented. It would have to be a country deliberately and totally isolated from the rest of the world.
-29 July 2010: if you do not believe me or do not understand, I do not have time to try to convince you, I'm sorry.
-August 5, 2010: Although I do not think that Bitcoin is practical for smaller micropayments at this time, it will eventually be so as storage and bandwidth costs continue to decline. ... Any size of micropayments you need will eventually be practical. I think in 5 or 10 years, the bandwidth and storage will seem trivial.
-August 5, 2010: free transactions are pleasant and we can keep them that way if people do not abuse them.
-Aug. 7, 2010: The utility of the exchanges made possible by Bitcoin will far exceed the cost of electricity used. Therefore, not having Bitcoin would be the net waste.
-August 27, 2010: Sorry, I've been so busy lately that I've been hiding messages and I still can not keep up
-27 August 2010: Bitcoins have no future potential dividends or dividends, therefore, not as an action. (They are) more like an object of collection or merchandise.
-19th September 2010: this is not the kind of software where we can leave so many unresolved errors that we need a tracker for them.
-23 September 2010: Bitcoin would be convenient for people who do not have a credit card or do not want to use the ones they have, either because they do not want the spouse to see it on the bill or do not trust giving their number to "guys of porn ", or fearful of recurring billing.
-5 December 2010: No, do not "bring it" (Wikileaks). The project needs to grow gradually so that the software can be strengthened along the way. I make this appeal to WikiLeaks not to try to use Bitcoin. Bitcoin is a small beta community in its infancy. I would not be willing to receive more than a pocket change, and the heat it would bring would probably destroy us at this stage.
-December 11, 2010: It would have been nice to get this attention in any other context (instead of being associated with WikiLeaks). WikiLeaks has kicked the wasp nest and the swarm is heading towards us.
-December 10, 2010: the fears about the secure purchase of domains with Bitcoins are a false trail. It is easy to exchange Bitcoins for other products not of good reputation.
-December 12, 2010: We should have a gentlemen's agreement to postpone the GPU's arms race while we can for the good of the network. It's much easier to get new users updated if you do not have to worry about compatibility and GPU drivers. It's good how anyone with only one CPU can compete equally at this time.

And the last known Appointments before disappearing
-Yes, (we will not find a solution to the political problems in cryptography), but we can win a major battle in the arms race and win a new territory of freedom for several years. Governments are good at cutting off the heads of centrally controlled networks like Napster, but pure P2P networks like Gnutella and Tor seem to stand on their own.
-(Bitcoin is) very attractive to the libertarian point of view if we can explain it correctly. Although I'm better with the code than with the words.
-December 12, 2010: There is more work to be done in DoS, but I am doing a quick compilation of what I have so far in case it is necessary, before venturing into more complex ideas.
-6 March 2014: I am not Dorian Nakamoto.


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