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50 Bitcoins moved from a 2009 wallet, can be Satoshi Nakamoto?

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Satoshi Nakamoto, the father of Bitcoin, released in 2009 a white paper on the potentials of Blockchain technology. Satoshi was one of the few miners in 2009 mining Bitcoin. Some people claim that it was Satoshi Nakamoto who transferred those Bitcoins. And another section claims that it was definitely not Satoshi who did the transaction.

Is Satoshi who transferred the 50 Bitcoins

Satoshi Nakamoto is believed to hold one million Bitcoins but there is no evidence to prove he has the same holdings now. The originating address of the wallet from where these cryptos were transferred indeed belongs to a 2009 era. At today’s market prices, 50 Bitcoins amounts to approximately $475,000

Cryptocurrency analyst Jimmy Song published a twitter post stating why it was not Satoshi Nakamoto who made this transaction. According to analyst, it was not one of the addresses of Satoshi’s stash. 

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