"I am Satoshi Nakamoto," Amaury Sechet Declared

Amaury Sechet, the self-described “benevolent dictator” of the Bitcoin ABC (primary) implementation of BCH, claimed he is Satoshi Nakamoto. He stated this through a tweet post on February 8.

Amaury Sechet Claiming To Be Satoshi Nakamoto

The name Satoshi Nakamoto surely rings a bell in the hearing of every crypto enthusiasts. The anonymous founder of Bitcoin. While the identity of the real Satoshi Nakamoto remains a mirage, self-described “benevolent dictator” of the Bitcoin ABC revealed in a recent tweet post that he is the real Satoshi Nakamoto.
He noted in the tweet post;

“that I am Satoshi Nakamoto. There it is said and I can prove it:

Sechet further provided a follow-up tweet, saying;

“The hash of the message is 69ea465fc5f924b61dd51514617a8f2118bc1363c7a91a249d1ac404662139b3
It’s content will be revealed soon.”

Responses To Amaury Sechet’s Claim

_unwriter, a fan responded to Sechet’s claim that he and Bitcoin ABC is the primary problem of the BCH ecosystem. The former BCH developer now Bitcoin SV state that virtually anything the Bitcoin ABC wants, ABC gets and he sees it as toxic for decentralisation. _unwriter further noted that the power of Bitcoin ABC was a motivating factor in the BSV fork’s foundation.
Also, Bitcoin Core developer Gregory Maxwell explains that faking Satoshi’s identity is easier than one might expect. Taking a dig at Sechet post, he stated that, “So, for example, a couple of years ago Craig Wright claimed to ‘prove he was Satoshi’ by simply copying some pre-existing signatures out of the blockchain and posting somewhat obfuscated instructions on verifying them. It was figured out pretty quickly, but still managed to fool a lot of people– they were too caught up in the mumbo-jumbo to think of the obvious.”

Controversy On The Identity Of Satoshi Nakamoto

The Bitcoin community and the crypto space have made concerted effort to unravel the identity of the founder of the top value cryptocurrency in recent time. Apparently, the claim of sechet is nothing but false like the event of Craig Wright that once claimed to be Satoshi Nakamoto.
In recent time there has been sponsored private detectives to unravel the identity of the anonymous founder of Bitcoin. The effort has not been productive.
When the identity of the real Nakamoto is unveiled is still unknown. However, the crypto community is still after knowing the real Nakamoto.

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