Did the unknown creator of Bitcoin write a book about it?
This could be concluded from a cryptic news release posted on Friday on a website possibly linked to Satoshi Nakamoto, the person's pseudonym or people who published the original Bitcoin White paper in 2008. [1
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The answer to the cryptogram seems to be "honne and tatamae" or "tatemae", which according to Wikipedia is a Japanese term meaning "the Contrast between a person's true feelings and desires "and" behavior and opinions displayed in public "
Bloomberg News could not independently verify the authenticity of the post or clipping.
Many journalists have tried and failed to reveal the true identity of Nakamoto, yet it is a secret within the cryptoworld. In the excerpt published on the website, the author names pioneers of early digital wealth research such as Adam Back, Wei Dai, David Chaum and Hal Finney
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There are also strange places in the text, such as the author referring to the "first" genesis block for bitcoin. This was the first block in the Bitcoin blockchain released by Nakamoto in early 2009, and yet this new section seems to imply that there is more than one.
The author claims that Nakamoto was involved in the Cypherpunk movement, which produced Bitcoin 14 years old.
And he / she / they make this interesting point: "I'll take a moment to explain something, I know that some of you read that or hear about it the first time, maybe not know, so should I'll say it publicly, though it's now accepted but never publicly announced, so I'll make it official, "the author writes. "Satoshi Nakamoto is not a real name, or more precisely, not a legal name, it is primarily the essence of thought and reason."
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