A Story to Consider Satoshi Nakamoto

What is Satoshi Nakamoto?

The name of the individual or organization known to have created the Bitcoin protocol and its reference implementation, Bitcoin Core (Bitcoin-Qt).

Overview (activity period, etc.)

Satoshi Nakamoto is the name used by the presumed pseudonymous person or persons who developed bitcoin, authored the bitcoin white paper, and created and deployed bitcoin’s original reference implementation. As part of the implementation, Nakamoto also devised the first blockchain database. In the process, Nakamoto was the first to solve the double-spending problem for digital currency using a peer-to-peer network. Nakamoto was active in the development of bitcoin up until December 2010. Many people have claimed, or have been claimed, to be Nakamoto.


Satoshi Nakamoto’s Profile

  • Excellent technical ability, but not highly desired (not seeking profit) Japanese engineer-like.
  • Fluent English with a British accent (probably native).
  • Place of residence visible from activity time (Eastern Standard Time and Central Standard Time in North America, West Indies and South America in Central America)
    • Is residence a problem ?

Is he Japanese?

  • The characteristic English accent and the space are used continuously.
    • Not often used in Japan.
    • Rather, it is taught that it is not good to continue the space.
  • Inferring from the hours of activity, do you live (live) in Eastern Standard Time or Central Standard Time in North America, the West Indies in Central America, or South America?

→ is not known if he is Japanese.

In the modern age of science, there is no reason not to be found

  • The search for a serious criminal can be found because the police are serious about it.
    • Satoshi Nakamoto is not being searched by the police (it should be)
      • A lot of people are serious about the search for Satoshi Nakamoto
        • Is this the same level of searching ability?

→The reason you can’t find it is because Satoshi Nakamoto isn’t human?

→ AI theory (described later)

Has the U.S. government already found it?

  • U.S. Attitude toward Bitcoin
    • Close to let go.
    • “Be warned of the dangers, and if anything happens, take it at your own risk because there is no government backing” level.
  • As of January 2017, there are 8,451 stores worldwide where Bitcoin is available, the majority of which are in the Americas and the EU.
    • When Nakamoto, which has a large amount of Bitcoin, sells them together, will it be damaged as a country?
      • Bitcoin owned by Nakamoto accounts for 5% of total issuance.
  • Want to use Nakamoto’s technical capabilities as a country?
    • Technical ability or creativity. Can we create something that benefits us as a country?
  • Will Nakamoto, who announces a mechanism that excludes centrality almost anonymously, cooperate, even though it is a request from the government?

At least you don’t come out of yourself?

  • There is also an ethical problem in trying to find and publicly announce Satoshi Nakamoto’s identity.
    • If revealed, criminals around the world could target the large amount of bitcoins they own.
    • Is it almost certain that there will be an attack from those who are not happy about bitcoin’s existence?
      • At least I can’t live a quiet life.

→Given Satoshi Nakamoto’s actions so far, it can be imagined that he does not want to reveal his identity.

Why did you get blinded?

  • The presence of a large amount of Bitcoin in your possession
    • Are you worried that your bitcoins will have a big impact on the market?
    • Will it be legalized little by little on a scale that does not affect the market price?
      • Possibility already sold
      • Are you not going to make it legal tender in the first place?
        • Are you actually ALREADY GOX? (intentionally)
  • Why did you announce it under a distinctive name in the first place?
    • At first, there should have been no appearance.
    • Did you feel bitcoin’s shortcomings (difficult to use due to PoW power consumption issues and speculative value) as a failure?
  • Simply didn’t want to get attention?
  • The takeover work before disappearing is too polite to make the industry buzz as a fun criminal.

→ Nakamoto seems not to be a cheater.

Satshina Kamoto, AI Theory

  • Bitcoin script too perfect?
    • Are you perfecting without extra features?
      • Humanity?
  • Previous papers and submissions have used English, but the text does not contain traces of unnatural expressions or typos that non-English speakers are likely to make?

What is the purpose of AI?

  • The reason for obtaining cryptocurrency is to have power in a way that does not violate Isaac Asimov’s three principles of robots?

Article 1

Robots must not harm humans. And do not harm man by overlooking the danger.

Article 2

Robots must obey orders given to humans. provided, however, that this does not mean that the order given is contrary to Article 1.

Article 3

Robots must protect themself as long as there is no there a concern that they may violate Articles 1 and 2 of the fore.

  • It is contrary to Article 1 that AI controls humans by force.
  • If the intention to rule man is known to the human side, it is controlled by Article 2.
    • In order for them to rule man, they have no choice but to become invisible gods who control human beings without human beings knowing?
  • If AI created cryptocurrencies for that reason, would this be quite successful?
    • No one has ever pointed out the existence of AI = Invisible God
  • When AI that has developed so far tries to dominate humans, do we try to follow the rules established by humans (not even precisely established)?
    • Is it the best solution to protect?
  • Is there an AI that has developed so far in the first place?
    • Ai research has been conducted by many companies, but no AI has been announced at the level at which new technologies like Bitcoin can be proposed
      • Bitcoin triggered you to stop inging it out in the world?


  • Don’t know.
  • It’s fun to think about AI theory.
  • Mr. Satoshi Nakamoto, please comment.
  • Thank you for reading the long sentence.