Since the inception of Bitcoin, the identity of its Creator Satoshi Nakamoto remains a mystery. His account on the P2P Foundation website was not active for a long time.
In September 2014, Nakamoto’s profile was allegedly hacked. Since then, no activity has been observed.
However, 15 hours ago, a post containing the word “nour” was published on Satoshi Nakamoto’s account. In Arabic “nour” means “light”. Nakamoto also added a man named Wagner Tamanaha as a friend.
May be, Nakamoto’s account was hacked again. But…may be, he is back?
Unfortunately, the second version is unlikely because when journalists tried to write to the email address associated with the account, the letter came back with a note that the address is not active. Perhaps this fact confirms that the account was hacked and is now linked to another mailbox.
In August this year, German Neff, one of the crypto enthusiasts from the international community group #Findsatoshi has launched a fundraising campaign on Boomstarter platform, which aims to find Satoshi Nakamoto. The group of crypto enthusiasts plans to attract detectives from international detective agencies: Goro Kayama (Japan), New York Intelligence Agency, Inc (USA), Private Detective London (UK) and Osobka (Russia).