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Michael Saylor Made a Comment on Social Media About Satoshi Nakamoto

Michael Saylor Made a Comment on Social Media About Satoshi Nakamoto

Michael Saylor, CEO of MicroStrategy and one of the most vocal Bitcoin bulls, shared his thoughts on the mysterious creator of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto.

Saylor also compared Satoshi releasing Bitcoin to lighting a fire in the digital world, emphasizing how deeply the cryptocurrency has already touched the world.

The Bitcoin whitepaper was released in 2008 by the pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto, a mysthical figure that no one knows who he is and that made the first block of the Bitcoin blockchain in 2009.

What Saylor probably meant with his post was that the digital disruption unleashed by Bitcoin has challenged what we understand about currency, value, and decentralization.

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With Bitcoin prices changing rapidly in recent months, the cryptocurrency has climbed back near its all-time high, driven by growing demand for spot ETFs. Bitcoin is currently trading at $69,711, up 161% on a yearly basis.

Furthermore, recent data shows that there has been a large outflow of Bitcoin from exchanges, a sign of strong faith within the investor community about the future of the asset.

Alexander Stefanov

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