Revealing Eye-Popping Secret, Bitcoin Cash Developer Amaury Sechet Calls himself Satoshi Nakamoto !!

The intangible and virtual world of cryptocurrencies and blockchain holds so many secrets, but this ‘Satoshi Nakamoto’ one is on the top! Pioneer of the cryptos, the bitcoin developer came with the bitcoin white paper and also devised the first blockchain database having the pseudonym ‘Satoshi Nakamoto.’

Recently, the crypto community on Twitter had a laughing riot as Bitcoin Cash developer, Amaury Sechet, who calls himself ‘benevolent dictator’ of the Bitcoin ABC has claimed that he is Satoshi Nakamoto. Amaury Sechet who uses Twitter with the name ‘Deadal Nix’ tweeted unexpectedly, ‘I am Satoshi Nakamoto!’

Notably, Sechet holds 13K Twitter followers on his account. In the tweet, he also claimed that he can prove his statement. Then he provided more information in his next tweet in order to support his most ‘shocking’ revelation.

Later, the tweet from Sechet gave the crypto twitteraties some moments of laughter. But before that, Craig Wright AKA Faketoshi, who previously claimed to be Satoshi Nakamoto responded with a tweet to Sechet. Wright stated in a tweet that it was a shame that Sechet fails to understand even the basics concerning Bitcoin. He added, “Please continue down that path. Do not allow me to stop you.”

However, crypto users on Tweeter took this scenario pretty light-heartedly. Considering this as a joke many users came up to it with funny replies. A user said sarcastically,

“I knew that all along. Your beard gave it away. One look at that beard of yours and I knew you were Satoshi Nakamoto.” Another Twitter user said, “May the real Satoshi please stand up…”

Here, Bitcoin ABC developer was most likely joking, but, speculations also says that he was taking a not-so-subtle jab at Craig Wright. Apart from that, Bitcoin ABC introduces itself as a full node implementation of the Bitcoin Cash protocol, on its website. As we know, Bitcoin ABC came into operation since the famous Bitcoin hard fork took place. The hard fork caused Bitcoin Cash to split onto BCH ABC and BCH SV.

Ruti Vora

Ruti regularly contributes in-depth news articles for leading cryptocurrencies. She contributes technical chart-based price updates and analysis pieces on the world's leading digital currencies.

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