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Satoshi Probably Used Russian Proxy by kiraxoy

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Satoshi Probably Used Russian Proxy
<center><img src="https://cdn.publish0x.com/prod/fs/images/1c4087a32ed0e65c1d67dd82c25131f484b93326f9d8fd15b459b4b99a191e1c.jpeg" alt="Shared From DLIKE" /></center><br><p>On June 3, CoinTelegraph published a <a href="https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcoin-code-reveals-satoshi-nakamoto-used-a-russian-proxy">report</a> that put forward the idea that <a href="https://www.publish0x.com/tag/bitcoin">Bitcoin</a> creator <a href="https://www.publish0x.com/tag/satoshi-nakamoto">Satoshi Nakamoto </a>could have used a Russian proxy. These investigations looked into code from 2009 that Satoshi had written.</p><figure class="image"><img src="https://cdn.publish0x.com/prod/fs/cachedimages/3094858188-094ef90d51213c351b3e97065e5b6dfd4c410207a8aa7867c62ba0f98bd1ae1d.webp" alt="094ef90d51213c351b3e97065e5b6dfd4c410207a8aa7867c62ba0f98bd1ae1d.jpeg" srcset="https://cdn.publish0x.com/prod/fs/cachedimages/2211996016-094ef90d51213c351b3e97065e5b6dfd4c410207a8aa7867c62ba0f98bd1ae1d.webp 1.5x, https://cdn.publish0x.com/prod/fs/cachedimages/3194259226-094ef90d51213c351b3e97065e5b6dfd4c410207a8aa7867c62ba0f98bd1ae1d.webp 2x" sizes="100vw" width="976"></figure><p><i>Code from the file that CoinTelegraph examined. </i><a href="https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcoin-code-reveals-satoshi-nakamoto-used-a-russian-proxy"><i>Source</i></a><i>.</i></p><p>Code from Bitcoin v0.10., when decrypted by converting hexadecimal notation to decimal numbers, seem to hide a Russian IP address: 87.251.146. This address was reportedly provided by Anders Telecom, which went defunct in 2016.&nbsp;</p><p>Not many people are convinced that there is any meaning to the discovery, with GeoDB CTO Dr. Javier Estrella telling CoinTelegraph that it is a little like getting "statistics to say what you want." Others have said it would make sense for Satoshi to use a Russian proxy to evade the prying eyes of the global intelligence community, but this too is pure speculation.</p><p>CoinTelegraph did manage to find an individual named Sergey logging into a few sites with the aforementioned proxy, though this too is circumstantial.&nbsp;</p><p>The investigations into Satoshi's identity continue unabated, with many individuals still keen to offer their thoughts on the identity. <a href="https://publish0x.com/tag/cardano">Cardano (ADA)</a> founder <a href="https://www.publish0x.com/tag/charles-hoskinson">Charles Hoskinson</a> has <a href="https://www.publish0x.com/news/cardano-founder-suggests-that-blockstream-co-founder-adam-ba-xdrnqrn">said</a> that <a href="https://www.publish0x.com/tag/blockstream">Blockstream's</a> Adam Back checked many of the boxes, though he firmly <a href="https://www.publish0x.com/news/blockstream-ceo-adam-back-crisis-to-send-bitcoin-to-dollar-3-xxowdxl">denies it</a>.</p><br><center><br><a href="https://dlike.io/post/@kiraxoy/satoshi-probably-used-russian-proxy">Shared On DLIKE</a><hr><br><a href="https://dlike.io/"><img src="https://dlike.io/images/dlike-logo.jpg"></a></center>
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