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Bitcoin’s elusive founder Satoshi Nakamoto’s emails revealed (in court)

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The world of cryptocurrency is abuzz with the latest revelation - a series of emails from Bitcoin’s enigmatic founder, Satoshi Nakamoto, have been unveiled in court. This unexpected disclosure has sent ripples through the digital currency community, reigniting interest and speculation about the true identity of Satoshi Nakamoto.


The emails, which were part of the court records in an ongoing case, were shared between Satoshi Nakamoto and renowned cryptographer Adam Back. The correspondence provides a fascinating glimpse into the early days of Bitcoin, shedding light on the thought process and the technical discussions that shaped the world’s first cryptocurrency.


The emails reveal a professional and polite exchange between the two cryptography heavyweights. They discussed various aspects of Bitcoin, including its unique contributions and its underlying technology, Hashcash. The emails also show that Satoshi tried to keep in touch with Back, even informing him about the release of the Bitcoin software.



This revelation has not only sparked renewed interest in the Bitcoin lore but also raised intriguing questions about the implications of these emails on the ongoing legal proceedings. The release of these emails coincides with other new emails presented by Satoshi’s early collaborators, adding another layer of complexity to the already mysterious persona of Satoshi Nakamoto.


As the crypto community delves into these newly released correspondences, one can’t help but wonder: What more do these emails reveal about the early days of Bitcoin? And how might they influence our understanding of Bitcoin’s creation and its elusive creator? We’d love to hear your thoughts on this. What do you make of these revelations? Do they change your perspective on Bitcoin’s origins?



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