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Bitcoin was created by Satoshi Nakamoto, (almost certainly) a pseudonym, that no one has been able to conclusively connect to an actual person or group of people to this day. Nakamoto vanished from the internet in 2011, leaving few clues as to who they might be. Over the years, many people have publicly claimed to be Satoshi, all failing to support the statement with indisputable facts.
In The Daily on Monday, a new digital coin project targeting the ‘Yellow Vest’ protesters is promising censorship-free crypto transactions. Also, a regulated security token trading platform is now live in the U.S., South Korean internet giant Kakao invests in an Israeli startup, and crypto exchange Abra is giving away bitcoins for Christmas.
Jeff Garzik, historically one of the major early contributors to the Bitcoin codebase and later a lead developer at BitPay, doesn’t know who created the flagship cryptocurrency. However, he has an educated guess. Speaking in an interview with Bloomberg, he spoke to his suspicions of the actual creator of Bitcoin. He has one of the
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This week Bitcoin.com reached a milestone of a whopping 2.5 million Bitcoin.com Wallets created in less than a year. Since we started our web portal we’ve focused on providing people with world-class resources that fit every bitcoiner’s needs and our simple-to-use wallet is no different.
CryptoGalaxy is set to become the world’s first ever virtual universe powered by blockchain technology, available as a fun mobile game for both iOS and Android.
CryptoGalaxy is a virtual universe powered by blockchain technology, which acts as a decentralized entertainment application running under the Zeepin ecosystem — soon to be available on both iOS and Android.
In the CryptoGalaxy, users are able to purchase planets and name them as they see fit. Each planet features a unique set of attributes and characteristics, which are continually growing as the universe expands. Once the game launches, each player will be able to explore and discover his or her own planet, which houses a mysterious crystal for them to discover and can be converted into GALA tokens for profit.
FOLK COIN, a new cryptocurrency created specifically for the end-users, has just started their ICO campaign that will comprise of ten different stages and run over a maximum period of seventy-seven days. Unlike thousands of crypto projects with unrealistic goals and high risk-factor, FOLK COIN looks to develop a cryptocurrency for people with a strong technical basis that delivers real profit for everyone.
21st February 2018: The FOLK COIN team is pleased to announce that their ICO campaign has just gone live. Developed by a strong business community, FOLK COIN promises to be a unique cryptocurrency that will bring benefits to the end-users rather than the creators. The ICO will have ten different stages spanning a maximum of seventy-seven days, releasing a total supply of fifteen million coins.
A new Bitcoin conspiracy theory has emerged online, claiming that the cryptocurrency was created by a rogue artificial intelligence.
Prowl the dark corners of the internet and you’ll stumble across some pretty wild ramblings. The net has allowed people who once had their opinions confined to friends and family the ability to broadcast their beliefs to the entire world. The world of cryptocurrency has now been submerged into the fantastical world of conspiracy theories. An intriguing Bitcoin conspiracy theory is that the virtual currency was created by a rogue AI.
In a recent speech, Natalya Kaspersky, the co-founder of Kaspersky Labs, made the claim that Bitcoin was a project by American intelligence agencies.
Cruise around the internet long enough, and you’ll come across a wide range of conspiracy theories. Most of them are pretty outlandish, and the people propagating such claims tend to be of the highly eccentric (to put it mildly) type. Every once in a while, however, a theory is pushed by someone who has a great deal of standing. The latest example of this is Natalya Kaspersky claiming that Bitcoin was created by American intelligence agencies.