They Present New Evidence About 1 Million BTC That Would Have Mined Satoshi Nakamoto

An investigation published by the co-founder of RSK, Sergio Demian Lerner, points out that a single entity mined a total of 22,000 bitcoin blocks during the years 2009 and 2010. This meant a reward of around one million bitcoins, which, according to the report, would have been mined by Satoshi Nakamoto, creator of this P2P system.
In his report , Lerner explains that the source code of the original Satoshi client allows to correlate the extracted blocks during the first years , and discover if they have a common origin. Through this road, the 22,000 mine blocks have been connected to a single entity. The pattern of block creation has been called Patoshi.
According to the argument presented in the report, the most logical thing would be for this entity to have been the creator of the network itself, to protect the growth of Bitcoin and help sustain the development of its system.
It is disregarded that it concerns several miners, both for the characteristics of the blocks created and the patterns generated by the mining of these blocks.
There is evidence linking the patterns of Patoshi to Satoshi, according to the sources of public information and the chain of blocks, of course.
Sergio Demian Lerner, Co-founder of RSK
When Bitcoin started practically there were no miners, so the difficulty of mining was kept to a minimum to encourage their development, which made it possible to mine bitcoins without using specialized equipment.

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Published: 19-04-2019, 09:03

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