Satoshi Nakamoto has been a mysterious figure since the inception of the paperless e-currency known today as Bitcoin (BTC). After his disappearance in December 2010, many were left to speculate as to who he was and why he left.
Well, Satoshi Nakamoto’s P2P profile has come to life with one update. The update is just the word “nour” with quotation marks included.
Back in 2014, his email that was associated with Satoshi’s P2P profile was compromised. This could be a continuation of that potential hack, or perhaps it is something else. Maybe Satoshi has decided to make an appearance, but it may be too far-fetched. If he/she/they were to come back, why now? Why on a platform that had been hacked previously?
We tried to contact Satoshi on his e-mail but received an automated error message which points out that the address is inactive. This might suggest that the P2P Foundation account has been compromised by becoming associated with another e-mail account. In this situation, it’s even harder to tell who is behind this obscure and incomprehensible message.
This could be the action of that same hacker that was there in 2014, or perhaps it is something else – maybe Satoshi is coming back to set the record straight once and for all!
Crypto Insider will pay close attention to the activity of Satoshi Nakamoto’s P2P account and report any update.
If you or someone you know has information about this latest profile update please email Blakely@cryptoinsider.com with the subject “Satoshi”