Dorian Nakamoto responds

By Felix Salmon
March 18, 2014

(Earlier: The Satoshi Paradox; Satoshi: Why Newsweek isn’t convincing)

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So it could still be Shinichi Mochizuki, Nelson’s candidate.

Posted by Christofurio | Report as abusive

The guy missed out on cashing in on his infamous / famous name, if he’s in economic dire straits, regardless of whether or not he was the ‘real’ Satoshi Nakamoto.

Posted by GRRR | Report as abusive

Just wanted to say: love that you do this at rapgenius. I only knew of the website for, um, hip hop lyrics (shockingly). This is vaguely mind-blowing.

cheers,
JS

Posted by jaysear | Report as abusive

Missed out cashing in?! Are you kidding…why do you think he’s retained legal counsel? I foresee a massive tort suit followed by an out of court private settlement.

Posted by dcayman | Report as abusive
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