Today is the 10th anniversary of Satoshi’s last public activity. In fact, Satoshi refers to a person or group of people, who created Bitcoin. However, the real identity of Satoshi remained unknown to this date and totally disappeared from the public since Bitcoin’s public announcement. Today could be considered as a special day because Satoshi Nakamoto made the last statement 10 years ago. However, some experts believe that one of the best decisions that Satoshi took, was that he hide his real identity. They believe that it could be one of the reasons of the Bitcoin’s success.
The 10th anniversary of Satoshi’s last public activity
Bitcoin is experiencing brilliant days so that its value increased significantly since its inception. In fact, Bitcoin considers as the best performing asset in the last decade, which even the current situations such as COVID-19 pandemic also couldn’t affect it. Interestingly, it was exactly 10 years ago that Satoshi dropped the last public message and disappeared after that. Nobody could see Satoshi or hear any messages from.
Satoshi Nakamoto Made The Last Statement 10 years Ago; The last Message from Satoshi Nakamoto
Although many people would like to know the real identity of Satoshi, still it remained pseudonymous. It was back in 2010 that Satoshi posted the last message on Bitcointalk forum in a discussion related to the network’s resistance to DoS attacks. After that, nobody heard anything about Satoshi and totally disappeared.
The last activity of Satoshi Nakamoto returns to years 2008 to 2010. The evidence shows that he was in London when the Bitcoin went live. He left the world with a protocol, which created a new industry globally. It spread through the fintech world rapidly and could attract many users.
Although many people tried to claim that they are real Satoshi or participated in Bitcoin creation and were one of the developers, none of them could prove it so far. The most famous person in this case is Craig Wright. However, the majority of Bitcoin community did not believe that Wright was part of the Bitcoin creation and totally rejected him.