Did Satoshi Nakamoto, the mysterious creator of Bitcoin, finally return to the crypto scene he created? Not really, but a TwiXter account @satoshi wants to make you think so after five years of inactivity since October 2018. The first tweet in years promised to delve into elements not explicitly covered in the original white paper.

Other X users quickly added a community note to the post, clarifying that the @satoshi account is linked to Craig Wright, labeling him a fraud who shouldn’t be trusted. Mr. Write has self-claimed for nearly a decade to be the creator of Bitcoin, being involved in various legal actions surrounding Bitcoin, including a lawsuit against 12 Bitcoin Core developers.

Meanwhile, new information linked to the real Satoshi has recently come to light in the form of an ‘unreleased’ email dated August 22, 2008, sent from Nakamoto to computer scientist Wei Dai. The email offers a captivating window into the nascent stages of Bitcoin’s creation, including a draft paper titled “Electronic Cash Without a Trusted Third Party.” A later version of this foundational work paved the way for the creation and evolution of numerous digital currencies.


The true identity of Satoshi Nakamoto, however, remains unknown, but recent online activity has reignited speculation.

Why does this matter?

The mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto never appeared to seek public attention, fame, or financial profit, which makes him seem quite an outlier in today’s world, only deepening the enigma surrounding his true identity.

Over the years, various figures have been suggested as the potential creators of Bitcoin, including Craig Wright, SpaceX CEO and Dogecoin enthusiast Elon Musk, British cryptographer Adam Back, physicist Dorian Nakamoto, and computer scientists Hal Finney and Nick Szabo.

With Bitcoin boasting a multi-billion-dollar market capitalization and a global reach that spans every corner of the world, the resurfacing of the previously unknown email reiterates that even in this digital age, the past can still offer unforeseen surprises that can reshape our understanding of current events.