Who is Satoshi Nakamoto has become a word-wide slogan.
Between sessions at MFC’s, Gage stumbled upon some literature that introduces us to some names of legend. These led him to strong conclusions of India’s involvement in the evolution and early stage development of Bitcoin.
This is a strong case to add to Ted Wilson’s articulate deductions earlier this month.
While Gage has made a more prominent case with facts, citations and several spot on inferences, It would be great to see how the panel of entries identifies the most likely candidate from the deductions of several other people as well.
While this information is a lot to analyze, I am providing the forum link below for anyone who wishes to understand the chain of events that leads to some powerful conclusions about one of the most elusive man/ collective on the planet.
A proud moment for me, not just to see an Indian associated with Bitcoin, but most importantly the contributions from Ashish Gulhati in aiding the backbone research to our currency of the moment and the future.
Ashish tweeted a reply confirming that he is not Satoshi. But that is what the real Satoshi would have said as well. 🙂 Ashish deleted the tweet from his feed after messaging me, confirming a need for privacy. Hmmmm, Satoshi indeed.
The hunt continues with Adam Beck, Inventor of Hashcash joining the thread.