Elon Musk alludes to the identity of the father of Bitcoin

 The photo referring to the name Satoshi Nakamoto was posted on Twitter by Elon Musk on March 


According to News18, after Musk's post, the keyword Satoshi Nakamoto immediately emerged on Twitter's trending list. Considering the purpose of Bitcoin was born to find new payment solutions, the fact that this digital currency was created by technology corporations is not unreasonable.

Samsung is a Korean multinational corporation. Meanwhile, Toshiba is a Japanese technology company - which is considered the home of Bitcoin. Nakamichi is a major Japanese speaker brand and has now been sold to China's Nimble Holdings. Motorola is a multinational telecommunications company that originated in the US and now belongs to Lenovo of China.

However, it is not ruled out that Elon Musk means that the creator of Bitcoin simply used the initials of the above brands to put together a nickname.

This is not the first time Musk has mentioned the identity of the creator of Bitcoin. Before that in 2017, the South African-born billionaire had repeatedly taken to Twitter to deny rumors that he was Satoshi Nakamoto. Late last year, in an interview with Lex Fridman - a famous AI researcher, Musk affirmed: "I know who created Bitcoin, but definitely not me."

Bitcoin was born in 2007 and has become the most valuable cryptocurrency today. Cryptocurrencies are prized for their transparency, anonymity, and decentralization. Therefore, if the true father of Bitcoin is revealed, it is likely that the value of this coin will decrease in value.

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