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Finding Satoshi – Five Contenders for the Cryptocurrency Creator Title
Halving will breed new millionaires
Crypto scammers are changing their tricks
International consortium of news organizations, developing transparency standards.
Less than ten days are left before the Bitcoin halving, and it seems that some of them will soon join the ranks of millionaires thanks to this event. The personality of Satoshi Nakamoto In 2009, someone (one person or group of developers), hiding under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto (Satoshi Nakamoto), revolutionized digital… More everything yet remains a mystery, covered gloom, but there are at least five candidates who may claim the title of creator of the cryptocurrency. Crypto scammers spread to themes coronavirus for the Olympics.
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Who is behind the mask of Satoshi Nakamoto: 5 potential candidates
Despite the fact that since the creation of bitcoin has passed more 10 years, identity is still unknown him creator. Some believe that a whole group of developers from China is hiding under the nickname Satoshi Nakamoto. Others are sure that the creator of the military-technical cooperation is not at all from Asia, and the pseudonym was chosen specifically to confuse users. BeInCrypto made up your rating of possible candidates for the role of Satoshi Nakamoto. More details
Many crypto experts argue that Bitcoin halving will dramatically increase the value of the crypto coin. For example, a famous crypto enthusiast, investor Tim Draper is sure that already in 2021 the cost of military-technical cooperation will reach $ 250 000, which will spawn a whole new class of cryptomillionaires under the age of 35. Such conclusions were made on research consequences two previous halvings of the BTC. So, Forbes leads names of crypto enthusiasts who became millionaires in a day. Among them is JR Forsyth, a regular mathematics student, which the got so carried away with cryptography that for the sake of interest he bought some bitcoins at a low price, and a few years later he woke up rich. First halving bitcoin made him a millionaire. More details
Bitcoin retained its protective status asset – Ikigai Asset Management
The leading cryptocurrency, despite the March collapse, was able to prove its status as a defensive asset. Bitcoin retained its status in quality protective asset. At least so considers main Investment Director of Ikigai Asset Management Travis Kling. On his Twitter page, Kling explained his statement by saying that the price of bitcoin despite to the collapse in March due to the coronavirus pandemic could grow by 0.60% from the end of February to the end of April. More details
Crypto scammers launched a campaign around the 2021 Olympics
Cryptocurrency scammers are becoming more sophisticated every year and are exploring various opportunities to take over strangers means. This time the scammers decided to take advantage of the postponed Olympic Games in Japan. According to cyber security firm Trend Micro, scammers Now impersonate the team of the Olympic Games committee. More details
Bitcoin prophet promised to give everyone 1 BTC, but evaporated
Trader who announced that in April bitcoin rate falls under the $ 5000 mark, promised otherwise to pay 1 for each retweet of his post BTC. Now, he simply deleted his Twitter account to avoid paying the bills. Apparently, in Twitter became one user less. It turned out to be Hades (@BitHades). In April, Hades posted a tweet that made him famous. April 3 he stated, what if in April course bitcoin (MTC) will hold above $ 5000 mark, then everyone who retweeted of this of the forecast will receive 1 BTC. More details
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