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Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin, is now a member of the top 20 richest people in the world-Featured Bitcoin News

After the US business magazine “Forbes” (Forbes) released the 2021 billionaire list, this week our news desk reported on the world’s richest cryptocurrency billionaire. Now, it is mentioned in our report that Satoshi Nakamoto did not advance, even though the inventor of Bitcoin is one of the richest people in the world. Using today’s bitcoin exchange rate, the data shows that if Satoshi Nakamoto owns one million bitcoins, then in terms of the world’s richest billionaire, the notorious creator has made it into the top twenty.

The creator of Bitcoin is 1% of the members

The mysterious creator behind the Bitcoin project is unknown, and there is little information about the identity of the blockchain inventor or a group of inventors.

However, the community knew some information. As we all know, Satoshi Nakamoto helped launch the network and worked with the community until 2010. It is estimated that Satoshi Nakamoto holds at least 750,000 to 1.1 million Bitcoins (BTC). Counted from the early creators mining tokens.

It is also understandable that Satoshi Nakamoto has never spent these coinbase rewards collected in the first year of Bitcoin’s launch. Now using the current Bitcoin (BTC) exchange rate shows that Satoshi Nakamoto is a very rich man today, because the inventor has a wealth of more than 59 billion US dollars.

Of course, if Satoshi Nakamoto can obtain a valuation of 1 million bitcoins, and the forks he owns are not included in the funds of more than 59 billion US dollars, it is of course possible. Nakamoto’s Bitcoin Cash (BCH) assets are worth more than 650 million U.S. dollars, and the inventor’s Bitcoin (BSV) cache is worth more than 250 million U.S. dollars. Satoshi Nakamoto can also use 1.1 million Bitcoin Gold (BTG), and all other forks can be used if the inventor still has the private key.

According to the “Forbes 2021 Billionaires” list, Satoshi Nakamoto ranks among the top 20 based on the amount of BTC hidden. Satoshi Nakamoto is above the financial media tycoons Michael Bloomberg (20 years old) and Rob Walton (20 years old), the latter is Wal-Mart founder Sam Wall The eldest son of Sam Walton.

Satoshi Nakamoto rose from the 159th richest man in the world to 19th in just 5 months

Using today’s BTC exchange rate and corresponding bifurcation exchange rates such as BCH, BSV and BTG, the inventor of Bitcoin will be in 19th place, still lower than his other son, Sam Walton (Jam Walton) .

Now, our news desk reports the fact that Satoshi Nakamoto is gradually moving towards the number one position of Jeff Bezo, and the Bitcoin price required to reach this level. Nakamoto has nearly $60 billion in assets and is not a millionaire yet. BTC still has a way to bring inventors closer to Bezos and Musk.

There is no doubt that Satoshi Nakamoto can be promoted to the position of Bezo, because the inventor of Bitcoin was among the 157th richest people in the world in October 2020. It is no easy task to become a member of the top 20 richest billionaires, and the unknown creator of Bitcoin has accomplished this feat.

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