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    Hi, Iv been following bitcoin for a while and I have a question in regards to finding out who Satoshi Nakamoto is. Wouldn’t the identity of Nakamoto be revealed if we follow the following idea:

    –> If Bitcoin was first used on the Torr network, and was being used to buy “goods” , well the people receiving payment for the goods would then eventually turn the bitcoin into currency like USD. Why cant we find the FIRST currency exchange for bitcoin that appeared on the TORR network since Nakamoto would have had to have communications with this first exchange in order for bitcoin to have initially have been accepted and trusted as a means of exchange in the first place for these illegal dealers (like silk road) to cash out into usable fiat.

    — What flaws are there in my idea ?


    Other than we should respect the man’s privacy?

    Which is kind of the point of TOR


    Maybe this creation of bitcoin could ultimately have been created by the U.S government and the government could “fake” this threat to its currency. So it creates a fake cyber conflict and slowly and purposely moves towards bitcoin being an official means of exchange as a start of an official globally accepted currency.

    Say what!?

    Why would the US government create bitcoin to be a ‘globally accepted currency’…when the dollar already is?

    No, no…I will not engage…We’re into ‘faked the moon landing’ territory now.

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