Is The Real Satoshi Nakamoto a Gambler Cyber-Thief Sitting In Jail Right Now???

WILD conspiracy theories around WHO or WHAT exactly Satoshi Nakamoto is abound on the internet.  This individual, that cartel, this government, that off-world entity….. you name it.  If you can imagine it, it has probably been postulated to be the “real” Satoshi Nakamoto. 

BUT WAIT, now we have a new theory!  InvestinBlockchain is reporting on a new character who MAY be the real Satoshi Nakamoto and the picture ain’t pretty.  He’s said to be a 46-year old “former cartel boss, drug smuggler, arms dealer, informant to the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and genius programmer.”  Nice.  So THAT is who is behind the most revolutionary new financial technology on the planet?!  Hmmmmm…let’s take a moment to ponder it all.  Read up more below.

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“New Evidence Suggests Satoshi Nakamoto Is Paul Solotshi, The Creator of Encryption Software E4M and TrueCrypt.

Paul Solotshi Calder Le Roux, a 46-year old criminal mastermind, is the creator of encryption software E4M and TrueCrypt (the cryptography encryption software Satoshi Nakamoto likely used to lock up his 1 million BTC), and author of an uncannily similar manifesto to the one in Bitcoin’s whitepaper in 1998.

But that’s not all: Paul Solotshi Calder Le Roux employs similar spelling and language in his writing style to that of Satoshi. He’s interested in gambling (Bitcoin’s initial code had a poker client included), and what’s more, he’s been in jail since 2012 – that’s probably the reason why his 1 million Bitcoin hasn’t moved.

On top of that, the documents included in this article show a connection of Craig Wright to Paul Solotshi. Sound like a 007 movie?

Let’s start from the beginning:
The identity of Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous and enigmatic creator of Bitcoin (BTC) is perhaps the most enduring mysteries of modern times. It’s long been speculated as to who he, she, or they are, but to no avail — the long-standing mystery remains…”

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