Well-known researchers believe that Satoshi is altruistic and thus will not spend 1.1 million Bitcoin, making it the most equitable asset.
Researchers identified 1.1 million BTC mined by Satoshi Nakamoto, said that Satoshi was altruistic and would not spend his coins.
Sergio Demian Lerner, RSK’s second-layer Bitcoin protocol designer and well-known crypto researcher at the Reddit AMA says he required three years to uncover the privacy flaw in the Bitcoin code that show to the uncovery of Patoshi’s pattern.
Courtesy of Satoshi’s privacy
Patoshi’s pattern depicts miners employ different mining algorithm and mining around 1.1 million Bitcoin. Most believe it as Satoshi Nakamoto. Lerner says he decided not to dig deeper in order not to disturb his creator:
“I don’t want to dig any more into that matter and I feel I contributed enough to the transparency of Bitcoin. Digging more may be entering Satoshi’s privacy area.”
Bitcoin couldn’t be equitable
He argues that based on his research and understanding of Satoshi, he believes that the Bitcoin creator will not spend the coins he mines:
“Assuming Satoshi is Patoshi, I believe, based on the past history of Satoshi coins, that Satoshi won’t use his coins ever. Therefore, I think that there couldn’t be a fairer and a more altruistic way for Bitcoin to be born.”
Craig Wright, meanwhile, is skeptical of recent Bitcoin transactions that seem to falsify his claims as Satoshi Nakamoto.
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