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On February 22, 2021, an author published a post on substack.com concerning an anonymous Twitter account that may belong to the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto. Researchers discovered a Twitter account called “Goldlover” and found an interesting coincidence with the account’s tweets and the creator of Bitcoin.
An author named Varun published an interesting analysis of a specific Twitter account, which may or may not belong to the creator of Bitcoin. Varun said in the research analysis that he stumbled upon a Twitter account named “Goldlover” and noticed that the account was quite “chat” for a period of time.
-Halfin (@halfin) January 11, 2009
The researchers also said that until the inventor permanently leaves the community, Satoshi Nakamoto is the same. Goldlover account (@fafcffacfff) Was established in May 2008, Valen Speaking and writing the script. Goldlover’s tweets often mention gold, and Varun’s findings suggest that the term “gold” may refer to “bit gold”.
“On September 17, 2008, this account quoted Digital Gold Currency,” Varun’s post highlighted. “Among the large number of absurd tweets about gold, there are sometimes tweets involving decentralization, financial crisis, people losing their homes, fiat currency, criticism of the Federal Reserve,” Varun said. “These are the signs of talking points that Satoshi used in his emails and forum posts. As we all know, this was after the release of Bitcoin.”
For example, on December 19, 2008, Goldlover Say:
The “big stock market panic” of 2008 was so cruel and ruthless that no department escaped its fiasco.
It is also interesting that apart from Hal Finney’s tweet about Bitcoin on Twitter, there were no other Twitter accounts in January 2009. “Based on all this, this is enough to convince me that this is indeed Satoshi’s original anonymous Twitter account,” Varun pointed out.
On the same day as January 29, 2009, Goldlover also Say:
It is completely decentralized, with no servers or trusted parties.
People have been interacting with Goldlover’s 12-year-old tweets since Varun posted a post about the so-called Satoshi Nakamoto Twitter account.
“Thanks for the wisdom that changed the world”, personal write on Monday.
If you know that there are oranges in the sky in the winter garden, you are looking for the right place for the treasure chest.
-GoldLover (@fafcffacfff) February 11, 2009
Varun’s substack.com blog post stated: “Since May 2008, the operation of this mysterious account has made me feel very anonymous. Now I am linking and appearing as the second tweet ever mentioning Bitcoin. This may be A mistake.” “If Hal is Satoshi, why continue to tweet from this unknown account with few followers?” Warren asked. The researchers said that he could have gone to bed every Saturday morning, but this Twitter account prompted him to search for Satoshi Nakamoto.
The conclusion of the report is:
The conclusion is that Satoshi Nakamoto-we don’t know who it is. The rest of the tweets can now understand his mindset. Each tweet here needs to be branched and explored in infinite depth.
At the end of Warren’s theory, he left a mysterious tweet from Kim Lover about a treasure box with oranges in the sky.
“If you know that there are oranges in the sky in the winter garden, you are on the right path to find the treasure chest,” Goldlover Tweet.
Just recently, a group of armchair detectives have been looking for Satoshi’s bitcoin hideout because they believe that Nakamoto coin tossing is the greatest treasure hunt ever. Despite the coincidence, and Goldlover’s extremely old and mysterious tweets, we are not sure if the Twitter account really belongs to Satoshi, but people are still speculating today.
What do you think of the Goldlover Twitter account that may belong to Satoshi Nakamoto? Let us know your thoughts on this topic in the comments section below.
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