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Published on Oct 31, 2019
In his first-ever video appearance, Satoshi Nakamoto speaks about his creation of Bitcoin and why he is ending his anonymity to restore his original vision for cryptocurrency and block chain technology. Included in the video is his deeply emotional story behind the 980,000 bitcoins he mined beginning in January 2009 and subsequently lost in 2010. Satoshi Nakamoto, whose legal name is James Bilal Khalid Caan, tells of his the issues that weighed heavily on his decision to leave his creation in April 2011. Nakamoto is ending his anonymity because he believes block chain technology is capable of a broader and more fundamental revolution than what has been achieved in his absence. He is returning to introduce his Tabula Rasa, a three-tier approach to restore and reform his original vision for Bitcoin and implement the first-ever block chain technology across 42 different industries to create transparency, trust, and financial opportunity for the common man.