Newly Published Book Claims to Tell ‘The Real Story Behind the Mysterious Bitcoin Creator’ – Bitcoin News

Over the past 13 years, a large number of individuals have claimed to be the inventor of Bitcoin, but no one has been able to prove that to the larger crypto community. At the end of August 2019, a marketing and public relations (PR) agency published a press release in which a man from Pakistan claimed to have invented Bitcoin. While Pakistani Bilal Khalid did not provide any evidence, the founder of the PR agency recently published a book called “Finding Satoshi: The Real Story Behind Enigmatic Bitcoin Creator Satoshi Nakamoto.”

Public Relations Agency Founder Ivy Mclemore publishes a book called Finding Satoshi

Almost three years ago in August 2019, the crypto community was introduced to a man named Bilal Khaled and a PR agency called Ivy Macklemore & Company. Pakistani Bilal Khalid is also referred to as James Caan or James Bilal Kan. At that time in 2019, Khaled released a Three-part blog post On the web portal satoshinrh.com entitled “My Reveal”. In the first part, Khaled claims to share “unknown facts about the creation of Bitcoin,” and some of the “developments” that led to his departure. Public relations agency Ivy McLemore & Associates bolstered Khaled’s revelations as the company tweeted about the event and contacted news teams to provide information.

In the second part, Khaled, who claims to have invented Bitcoin, shares information about the Chaldean numerology that influenced his decisions during the alleged creation of the program. The second part also reveals the alleged details BTC Satoshi Nakamoto mined, and Khaled claims to be “revealing all the facts about my 980,000 bitcoins.” In the third part, Khaled reveals his true identity and explains that all the coins he mined were on one computer. Khalid’s computer was allegedly a Fujitsu laptop that had “military-grade encryption”.

that story account Published in November 2019 says that one evening, the self-proclaimed Bitcoin inventor said he powered a Fujitsu laptop that ostensibly contained 980K BTCAnd all it would show was a blank screen. He didn’t think it was a hard drive problem, so he decided to send the laptop to a repair center to get it fixed, and also left specific instructions saying: “Do not touch the hard drive.” The repair company explained to Khaled that the hard drive was the problem and that the hardware was “completely broken”.

A newly published book that claims to tell the ``real story behind the mysterious creator of Bitcoin''
Finding Satoshi: The True Story Behind Enigmatic Bitcoin Creator Satoshi Nakamoto by Ivy McLemore was released in June 2022.

Following the press releases and tweets by Ivy McLemore, the above account of the story published in November 2019 was that of the PR agency Last Tweet Until June 1, 2022. Ivy McLemore’s Tweet topic posted this year is sports-related and not related to Khaled’s story. However, this month Ivy McLemoreThe founder of the marketing and public relations agency published a book called “Finding Satoshi: The True Story Behind Mysterious Bitcoin Creator Satoshi Nakamoto. The description of the book on Amazon does not mention Khaled by name but does mention:

The book gives readers a unique opportunity to join a lifelong reporter searching for the world’s best performing investment creator. It looks through 40 candidates and leads to an unknown, unradared suspect with astonishing, previously unreported secrets only known to the creator of Bitcoin.

The book’s description of claims to “find Satoshi” gives readers 42 specific points to think about

According to the Amazon book description, readers will learn “why he left crypto in names, dates, and other Bitcoin landmarks” and “his ethnic background and country of residence.” The book’s description also claims in detail “why his once-$68 billion bitcoins didn’t move” and “why he waited eight years to tell his wife he was Satoshi.” Ivy McLemore’s story goes, “Nakamoto is invaluable to society because of the specialized knowledge he can share with future generations.” The description of “Finding Satoshi” adds the following:

No matter what you think about Satoshi’s real-life identity, Finding Satoshi gives readers 42 specific points to think about.

Over the years, there have been many claimants who have said that they are Satoshi NakamotoRecently, however, allegations like this have subsided. Before 2020, people were like Hawaii NakamotoAnd the Phil Wilson “Skrunty” Debo Jurgen Etienne GuidoAnd the Jörg Molt They all claimed to be the inventor of Bitcoin. No one has heard of Hawaiian Nakamoto, Scronty and Debo keep tweeting about Bitcoin’s assets, Jörg Molt recently Arrested Because of the alleged fraud of encrypted pensions. Moreover, until recently, Khaled’s story was forgotten by most of the crypto community, after he was unable to provide any forensic evidence to support his claims.

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Jimmy Redman

Jamie Redman is the head of news at Bitcoin.com News and a technology financial journalist based in Florida. Redman has been an active member of the cryptocurrency community since 2011. He has a passion for Bitcoin, open source code, and decentralized applications. Since September 2015, Redman has written more than 5,000 articles for Bitcoin.com News about the disruptive protocols emerging today.




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