Solotoshi is Satoshi or Just a Part of Another Conspiracy Theory?

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Paul Solotshi Calder Le Roux, doubted as a real Satoshi Nakamoto is also the creator of encryption software E4M and TrueCrypt, the cryptography encryption software Satoshi Nakamoto likely used to lock up his 1 million BTC.

Almost every day there is someone new who claims that he (or she) is the real Satoshi Nakamoto – the creator of Bitcoin. Be it as it may, since the real Satoshi had to be one of the richest guys in the world, with more than $1 billion worth of Bitcoin – it seems unbelievable that he isn’t discovered yet.

Maybe he doesn’t want to be discovered, but we’re sure IRS or FBI would somehow find out his real identity. Maybe he is dead – what would make clear why we haven’t heard from him since 2011. Or maybe, just maybe he could be – in jail?

Paul Solotshi Calder Le Roux, a 46-year old criminal mastermind, is currently serving time behind bars and may not be out anytime soon. He is a known creator of software E4M and TrueCrypt (the cryptography encryption software Satoshi Nakamoto supposedly used to lock up his 1 million BTC).

Let’s say that he did create Bitcoin, it still does not follow that money laundering was his goal: it would likelier have been an extension of his obsession with cryptography, which can be traced back to the 90s.

Some of the “evidences” this theories’ advocates are giving, is that Le Roux employed similar spelling and language in his writing style to that of Satoshi. He’s interested in gambling and Bitcoin’s initial code had a poker client included.

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The mullet-wearing mafia boss is currently in jail because of money laundering and, oh yes, ordering the assassinations of six people.

Maybe this kind of repercussion is what self-proclaimed Satoshi Craig Wright is afraid of. According to Wright, some of the evidence that supports he is Satoshi and that the $11 billion worth of Bitcoins is his own, includes sensitive information about his ties to criminals and his involvement in their apprehension and incarceration.

However, unfortunately for Wright, whoever was redacting the document failed to blackout one of the corresponding footnotes that identifies the criminal kingpin in question, Paul Le Roux. Per Document 187 and the unredacted information about Le Roux, there is a strong assumption that Le Roux is the unnamed individual that Wright talks about in the document.

Therefore, information outlaid in the document combined with some theorization suggests that Wright was an employee of Le Roux, and also an informant who helped bring him down in 2012.

Some of the advocates of this theory say that Solotshi could be the real developer of BTC but it is very likely that he did this as an assignment for the government which was his client and employer. Now the government does not need Solotshi anymore they decided to blackmail him and make him a criminal.

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Presidential candidate and “always-on-twitter” who is calling himself the greatest cryptographer of them all, John McAfee claims that Solotoshi is not Satoshi.

He tweeted:

However, afterward he sent another quite interesting tweet:

And then he went with an even more interesting tweet:

Are the bankers really trying to shut the crpytocurrencies? One thing that one of the advocates of this theory reminded us was the 1988 cover of the ‘Economist Magazine’ owned by the Rothschilds. It was announcing that we have to get ready for a new world currency.

It is picturing a digital ‘Bitcoin’ sign that is hanging around the neck of an eagle with burning dollar bills under his feet. That could, some think, show a Phoenix bird rising out from the ashes and a new start will begin. This immediately tells you blatantly that the bankers want a new world order where everybody can be monitored through a digital A.I. smart grid system.

Alongside the unknown identity of Satoshi Nakamoto, the Phoneix Coin cover has been one of the crypto community’s most infamous founding legends.

But, let’s be real, the idea of a single global currency has been around for thousands of years – remember, the Grecian silver drachma and later Arabian dinar? So it’s probably nothing new to see here folks.

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