The newest person to claim that he is the founder of Bitcoin and the entire cryptocurrency space is anonymous. who makes it no one knows the real identity of Satoshi Nakamoto.
There have been multiple people who have come forward claiming to be Satoshi Nakamoto and today another claimant to the name has thrown his hat in the ring Bilal Khalid, a Pakistani.
In the blog post, he has provided evidence to support his claim of being Satoshi Nakamoto along with his story on what inspired him to work on digital currency and why he decided to step back into the shadows.
The identity of Satoshi Nakamoto is important because he holds the largest quantity of Bitcoins and according to estimates, it should be worth $10 billion in today’s value.
Nakamoto dropped was that his nickname as a child was Shaikho, “a Pakistani name”.
Moreover, in his blog, he said, his father had worked in United Bank Limited (a Pakistani Bank) and he is a Pakistani national living in the U.K. who has changed his name to James Caan from Bilal Khalid.
The choice of deriving the term Bitcoin from BCCI “the Bank of Credit and Commerce International” was because, in Chaldean numerology, the word Bitcoin is equivalent to the number 23, the digits of which when added together equate to the number 5. I wanted to equate the BCCI name to Bitcoin name, so I added: “The” with BCCI. Though I first registered B-C-C-I as a domain name, “the BCCI” is equivalent to number 23.”
At the end of the first part of the blog, he concludes by saying.
So, if you don’t mind, go along with me in this revolution as we make stunning innovations for the continuum century and establish the framework for future ages to live in a secure, community-owned world. My full legal name is James Bilal Khalid Caan. But I will forever be known as Satoshi Nakamoto.