- An unknown member shared a signature in which the date was of January 2009, just after a week Bitcoin was launched.
- The purpose was intended to only show off the oldest signed message.
Online platforms are essential to the Bitcoin birth tale, where Satoshi Nakamoto and advance contributors partnered to talk over and make a wild monetary system from scrape. A Bitcoin forum known as bitcointalk.org, keeps historical debates even now around making the Bitcoin logo and the payment system.
A mysterious member of the bitcointalk.org forum newly looked to recognize Bitcoin miners from the initial days. To their amazement, an unknown member shared a signature in which the date was of January 2009, just after a week Bitcoin was launched.
Maybe OP is inviting Satoshi?
The other member from the group asked that “Maybe OP is inviting Satoshi?” The question was asked after verifying the certainty of “the oldest signature.” Going further into the matter, the signature was posted by a freshly made account on November 26, under the pen name of OneSignatue.
The account history of the abovementioned name portrays no other participation on the platform, so verifying that the purpose for its discovery was only to show off the oldest signed message. Taking a dive into the username, it shows a secured Twitter handle, which was made in October 2009.
The news that the address that was used by the strange poster keeps no balance was verified by a reliable media source. The disclosure of the signature going back to the Bitcoin genesis duration verifies the persons indulged in creating Bitcoin’s bequest held an eye over the ecosystem at the time of nourishing the general public’s interest from time to time.
In spite of over ten years of regulatory obstacles and extended bear markets, Bitcoin has handled to always be on the top. Although, the declining Bitcoin prices have added pressure to the mining system. The revenue of Bitcoin mining in regards with the U.S. dollar is at two-year lows, near to $11.67 million, the amount last witnessed on November 2, 2020.
At the time of writing, Bitcoin is trading at $17,010.50. The largest cryptocurrency is 0.13% up in the last 24 hours. Also, it holds the first position as per the market capitalization with a total market cap of $327,008,856,573 USD
Steve Anderson is an Australian crypto enthusiast. He is a specialist in management and trading for over 5 years. Steve has worked as a crypto trader, he loves learning about decentralisation, understanding the true potential of the blockchain.
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