We still do not know who Satoshi Nakamoto really is, but a new website shows a cryptogram and excerpt from a ‘literary work’ that have materialized from an individual that claims to be Satoshi Nakamoto. At the moment there are no proofs about that but the excerpt reveals important information about Bitcoin’s early days.
Satoshi’s Literary Work
Some days ago, more precisely on June the 29th, an individual that claimed to be Satoshi Nakamoto reappeared as ‘Nakamoto Family Foundation.’ This website is an excerpt to a literary work that consists of two parts.
According to the author of the text – who signed as Satoshi Nakamoto – the intention is to write a short story on important things about how Bitcoin was created and more. The author said that the link with the information about the book will be posted in the coming month (July).
At the same time, the so called ‘Satoshi Nakamoto’ left a cryptogram with spoilers about the book. The cryptogram reads ‘Honne and tatemae’ which in Japanese means ‘the contrast between a person’s true feelings and desires and the behaviour and opinions one displays in public.’
Moreover, the author of the page explains that there were an important number of contributors to the project, but some of the names cannot be disclosed.
The website reads as follows:
“I would like to maintain that there were many who contributed to this project, many names of which were not included, individuals who for whatever reason have chosen not to go public and therefor out of respect, I did not include them. Once these conversations are in the public domain to include them in the possible series, I will do so.”
Is this the real Satoshi Nakamoto or it is another Craig Wright trying to impersonate the famous – but still anonymous – creator? Will we ever find out who the real Bitcoin creator is or not?
We now need to wait until more information is released on the site to have fresh information about who the real Satoshi Nakamoto truly is.