In an interview, David Schwartz, the CTO of Ripple, said that he did not discover Bitcoin until 2011, and he certainly wished he had found it earlier, which ends speculation on Satoshi Nakamoto’s identity.
In the world of cryptocurrency, one name that has always intrigued enthusiasts and skeptics alike is that of Satoshi Nakamoto, the elusive founder of Bitcoin. Over the years, there have been several speculations and theories surrounding the identity of this mysterious figure, but no concrete proof has ever emerged. However, in a recent development, David Schwartz, the CTO of Ripple, put an end to the speculation and rumors surrounding his alleged connection to Satoshi Nakamoto.
In a conversation with a member of the XRP community, Schwartz was asked whether he was the mastermind behind Bitcoin. He responded by saying that he did not discover Bitcoin until 2011 and that he certainly wished he had found it earlier. Schwartz also revealed that he had seen the price of BTC drop to as low as $2.50. This simple yet clear statement from the Ripple CTO has effectively put an end to any speculation or rumors that linked him to the enigmatic figure of Satoshi Nakamoto.
After the failures of Signature and Silvergate, both seen as friendly to crypto companies, no U.S. banks are willing to work with Binance.
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