Who is Satoshi Nakamoto and Why Their Identity Doesn't Matter | Andreas M. Antonopoulos
Bitcoin explained by Andreas Antonopoulos. "Satoshi Nakamoto" is the pseudonym used by the person or persons who created Bitcoin. We do not know who they are, whether they are still alive, whether it was more than one person, whether they were a 'good person' or a 'bad person.' Why Satoshi's identity doesn't really matter. The value of a permission-less system in building meaningful applications.
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Bitcoin Q&A: Who is Satoshi Nakamoto?
https://youtu.be/1iEv-gUZNx4 4 May 2017
Bitcoin Q&A: Why Satoshi's Identity Doesn't Matterhttps://youtu.be/D2lZxl53TLY 2 May 2016
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