Who is the "mysterious person" behind Bitcoin's invention?

Who is the "mysterious person" behind Bitcoin's invention?

After the rocket rise of the digital currency «Bitcoin» in recent months, and exceeded the $ 11,000 barrier for the first time in its history, there were a number of rumors about the identity of the “mysterious person” behind the invention of this digital currency, which has been haunting the circles of global financial decision-making, as fingers pointed The accusation against the famous American entrepreneur, Elon Musk

One of the most prominent people who mentioned that billionaire CEO Elon Musk is the true founder of Bitcoin is Yale University student Sahel Gupta, who spent his training in 2015 at SpaceX

Gupta argued that MASK was behind the development of the digital currency for several reasons, including technical capabilities, as it confirms that the development of Bitcoin required a person who is fluent in the C ++ programming language that the billionaire relied mainly on in SpaceX

Faced with the growing intensity of the rumors about the inventor of this virtual currency, Mask denied that he was the mysterious person who invented the Bitcoin coin in an attempt to address these rumors, which re-argues again about the identity of the person behind the Bitcoin

According to press reports, it is someone or a group of people, called Satoshi Nakamoto, who is behind them, but so far no one knows who Nakamoto is. Newsweek had indicated in 2014 that a inventor of Takween is a Japanese-American at the age of 64, and named "Dorian Prentice Satoshi Nakamoto." Last year, Craig Wright, an Australian entrepreneur, claimed he was the Bitcoin inventor, but his allegations were met with skepticism

Bitcoin exceeded 11.7 thousand dollars in transactions yesterday, 5% higher than the last trading, as the currency witnessed a record increase during the month of November. Faced with this missile surge, the US Federal Reserve warned, in previous statements from Bitcoin and other digital currencies, saying it could endanger the integrity of the financial system

Randall Quarles, the federal governor in charge of financial regulation, said the widespread use of cryptocurrencies could create a major challenge in the crisis because of the lack of central bank support

Quarks' comments came after the Bitcoin price fell dramatically, dropping by more than 25% of its value in less than 24 hours on November 30th

He continued: «While these digital currencies may not pose major concerns about their current levels of use, the expansion of their use may pose a major risk to the financial system

He explained that «without the support of the assets of the central bank and institutions, it will not be clear how a special digital currency will operate at the center of a large-scale payment system, or whether the payment system will be able to operate, in times of stress

Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein joined the Bitcoin warning, telling Bloomberg: "Something that moves 20% once is not a coin, but a cheat

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