The creator of bitcoin, hiding under the pseudonym of Satoshi Nakamoto, published an excerpt from the planned book on the appearance of cryptocurrency. An entry about this appeared on the Nakamoto Family Foundation website, which may be relevant to the identity of Nakamoto.
“A small story, if you do not mind, with the most important questions and answers. I wanted to become aware of specific people and facts” – described the book Nakamoto.
At the same time, he does not give any guarantees that the book will appear at all. Its way out depends on whether people want to know about Nakamoto’s personality. He did not disclose the date of the alleged release of the publication.
To the letter, the creator of the cryptocurrency has attached a small fragment of the future book and a link to the rebus in the form of a cryptogram that is related to the title of the book. Having unraveled it, you can get the Japanese expression “honne and tatamae”. It means the contrast between the true intentions of man and their outward manifestation.
In the 21-page excerpt, Nakamoto explains his choice of a pseudonym. He wanted the most common name. “Satoshi Nakamoto was the equivalent of John Smith.”
There is no exact proof that the author of the message and the attached passage is Nakamoto himself. Until now, the name of a person or a group of people who are hiding under the pseudonym of Satoshi Nakamoto is unknown. A user with this name described the principles of cryptocurrency work in the article “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System” in 2008. At different times, the authorship of bitcoin was attributed to the expert on cryptocurrency Nika Sabo and the American of Japanese origin Dorian Nakamoto. In 2015, businessman Stephen Wright said that he was the creator of the cryptocurrency, but this statement was later denied. Source: iz.ru