Online Sleuths Believe Satoshi Left a Treasure for the Bitcoin Adventurers
It was back in 2008 when the entire world got to know the name of the founder of Bitcoin (BTC). Although it was a pseudo used by the founder of Bitcoin (BTC), yet the person decided to stick with the name. The name of the founder of the largest cryptocurrency in the world is Satoshi Nakamoto.
It has been over 12 years since Bitcoin (BTC) was launched and the internet, as well as the crypto community, still does not know the true identity of Satoshi Nakamoto.
Ever since its launch, the entire Bitcoin (BTC) community has been really curious about knowing his identity. Several programmers tried their best to get to know the true identity of the person but no one has ever succeeded in that.
It was back in 2011 when one of the core developers of Bitcoin (BTC), Mike Hearn stated that he had received an email from Satoshi Nakamoto. The email was very short and simple but sent the message across to the entire cryptocurrency community. The email sent by Nakamoto stated that “he had moved on to other things”.
With the ever-growing price of Bitcoin (BTC), more and more people got interested in knowing Nakamoto’s true identity. Over the years, many online sleuths and journalists have tried achieving this, which now appears to be impossible.
Although there are still many who are eager to find Nakamoto’s true identity the focus of the majority of the online users has now shifted to another interest. There are many crypto-miners and programmers who are thinking that Nakamoto has left a huge Bitcoin (BTC) treasure.
The miners believe that the address and the keys for the Bitcoins (BTC) are currently available in Blockchain for the users to claim.
Just recently, a new discussion has emerged on the bitcointalk.org forum where the members are interested to know if Satoshi Nakamoto did leave a treasure for the miners to find.
There are many who have already decided to believe that Nakamoto’s Bitcoin (BTC) stash is somewhere in the blockchain. Many have tried locating it but no one was ever able to find it. However, with the price of Bitcoin (BTC) growing to all-time highs since the end of December 2020, things have started heating up.
Even if these are rumors, yet many would start searching for this treasure because if it does turn out to be true, then no one knows how many Bitcoins (BTC) there would be present in the stash.
There are possibilities that there is no Bitcoin (BTC) to be found in the blockchain at all. Or, there are possibilities that there would be many Bitcoin (BTC) in the blockchain that may be worth billions.