Satoshi’s identity in jeopardy? McAfee promises to divulge information on the person behind Bitcoin

John McAfee, the creator of McAfee antivirus and computer and cybersecurity genius, promised his fans that he would reveal the true identity of the person behind Bitcoin. McAfee’s earlier tweets hinted that there were a few people in the crypto-space who knew the actual identity of Satoshi Nakamoto.

John McAfee’s recent tweets created a sense of excitement and enthusiasm on social media, as he posted:

McAfee claimed that there was a lot of energy and time being spent on the identity of Satoshi Nakamoto, which led him to divulge tiny bits of information every day until the identity of the creator of Bitcoin becomes public. This recent tweet by McAfee is among a string of responses to the recent controversy surrounding Craig Wright and Calvin Ayre, who are legally serving “harassment and libel” lawsuits to people who had claimed that he [Craig Wright] was a fraud and wasn’t Satoshi Nakamoto.

McAfee updated his previous tweet with another, which read:

People in the community started narrowing down the names by guessing the most popular people who could have created Bitcoin; some of those guesses include, Hal Finney, Elon Musk, John McAfee, etc.  Some people even suggested that Satoshi Nakamoto should sign a wallet saying “I am not Craig Wright”.

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