Satoshi Nakamoto’s account on P2P Foundation network was updated on November 29 with a new post and a new friend. The account of the person who is connected with the creation of BitCoin currency has received a new status fate years of silence.
Nakamoto has owned this account for over ten years. It is tied to his email address that was also mentioned in the first documents connected with BitCoin crypto. The highest activity of the profile was spot at the end of 2010. In fall, 2014, this account was hacked and it was one of the reasons why the latest 4 years it was not used at all.
The November update “nour” is difficult to understand clearly. The word was put in quotation marks, so its direct meaning can be found only in the dictionary. According to urbandictionary.com, this word means a person who you love, care most of all in life.
One more meaning of this word can be translated from the Arabic language. Being a transliterated Arabic word it means “light” or “fire” from other languages such as Hebrew and Aramaic.
One more activity that revived the account was a new friend Wagner Tamanaha. His country of origin is Brazil, Sao Paulo and he also posted a message commenting the befriending. He admitted that Satoshi had reappeared and he was investigated by him.
Tamanaha is also an active user of Facebook and his posts available to the public say that he is interested in Brazilian blockchain. One of the latest posts confirms this fact.
Nakamoto has become a legend after he has abruptly disappeared from the public. He became as famous as the coin he has created in 2008. His name Satoshi was also used to entitle the tiniest cryptocoin unit that can not be divided.
There is one more person who has proclaimed himself Nakamoto. It is Craig Wright who has because famous thanks to the BCH hard fork fallout in the middle of the previous month. However, it also contributed to the development of his new token called Bitcoin SV.
One more founder of BitCoin and a colleague of Nakamoto Jeff Garzik decided to tell about the theory according to which a coder Floridian Dave Kleiman is a mythologized individual hidden behind the currency.