A decade of self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamotos - Where are those claimants Now?
German native Jörg Molt thinks he was a co-creator of Bitcoin.
Molt also had a photo opportunity with Bitcoin evangelist Andreas Antonopoulos and shared the imageas if Molt and Antonopoulos were close compadres. Antonopoulos immediately stated that this was not true and stated that he had absolutely no relation to the long haired suitor.
"Apparently a German called 'Jörg Molt ' showed a selfie taken with me and told people that we are friends - It 'sa lie," tweeted Antonopoulos . "I don't know him at all - I've heard from others that he claims to be the founder of Bitcoin and that he has thousands of knots of BTC - A LIE. "
No one has seen Jörg Molt at conferences and events since 2019, and his claim to Satoshi Nakamoto is now a laughable memory.
Self-proclaimed Satoshis becomet rare
There have been a large number of self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamotos over the past decade, but none of them have been convincing. Even Bloomberg financial columnist Matthew Leising led a number of people to believe that Satoshi Nakamoto was allegedly writing a book. Leising's story wasn't at all verifiable, and these days he didn't mention that savage story that he brought to the public eye in the summer of 2018. But to At that time, the so-called inventor of Bitcoin released a web portal called Nakamotofamilyfoundation.org with a cryptogram puzzle .
Whatever it is, pretending to be Satoshi Nakamoto comes with some perks and notoriety. This list barely scratches the surface when it comes to any conspicuous Nakamotos that have get out of the carpentry . However, since 2019, we have not seen any new individuals come out to claim the throne of Nakamoto. But that doesn't mean they won't reappear.
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