Friday, March 7, 2014

Father of Bitcoin Leads L.A. Car Chase – Says Bitcoin Code Belongs To ‘Others’ and Cannot Discuss It

By Pete Santilli, The Pete Santilli Show & The Guerilla Media Network

Satoshi Nakamoto has been called the “father of Bitcoin”, and legend has been told that Nakamoto was a youngster, and in some conspiracy realms, Nakamoto is said to have been a fictional virtual character.

Today rumors have been quashed and the elusive Satoshi Nakamoto has acheived paparazzo celebrity status.

Today (March 6, 2014) Nakamoto was involved in a Los Angeles car chase involving media reporters and photographers.   The reclusive Japanese American man emerged from a modest Southern California home and denied involvement with the digital currency before leading reporters on a freeway car chase to the local headquarters of the Associated Press.

Satoshi Nakamoto

The 64-year-old Japanese-American man is vehemently denying any connection to bitcoin, despite a Newsweek cover story identifying him as the brains behind the bits.

‎Dorian S. Nakamoto, whom Newsweek identifies by his given name, Satoshi Nakamoto, told the Associated Press he has nothing to do with the bitcoin, a digital currency that has no physical form and lacks any ties to a country. Bitcoin is also wildly successful, as far as currencies go, with everyone from football teams to food shops announcing plans to accept the digital currency.

Reached at his home in Temple City, Calif., Nakamoto acknowledged that many of the details in Newsweek’s report are correct, including that he once worked for a defense contractor. But he strongly disputes the magazine’s assertion that he is “the face behind bitcoin.”