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Man Denies He’s Bitcoin Founder

December 17th, 2014 | by BTC News
Man Denies He’s Bitcoin Founder
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http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress In an extensive interview with the Associated Press, the man Newsweek claims is the founder of Bitcoin denied he had anyth…
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25 Comments

  1. avatar GameChakra says:

    PSHHHHHH. hahahahahaha

  2. avatar Austin Texas says:

    Pssh.

  3. avatar Paul Racko says:

    The public’s been had by sloppy journalism once again. Newsweek FAIL.

  4. avatar mildseven2006 says:

    “I never communicated with the Bitcoin”. Poor guy, he has no idea what
    people are talking about.

    Leah, the only thing you`re going to be writing from now on is 99 cent
    Kindle stories about puppies. Hack job from Hell!

  5. avatar Kaizenhuman says:

    PSSH…

  6. avatar Lin Free says:

    Pssshhhh LOL MAH MAN

  7. avatar Charlie L says:

    They ruined this guys life just to sell a few more magazines.

  8. avatar jadedfeelings21 says:

    This guy to win an Oscar before leo.

  9. avatar GoForRicky says:

    Bu-but Newsweek says otherwise! Their fancy looking magazine and newspaper
    said so!

    Just to show you what rushed journalism just to sell shitty magazines does
    to a guy…

  10. avatar nipponese says:

    Full un-edited interview please!!!!

  11. avatar Róbert Závadský says:

    Leah wrote all this? PSSHH, what a bitch.. I am clearly not Dorian
    Nakamoto, eeeeh eermm I mean Satoshi Nakamoto.

  12. avatar Art Maknev says:

    “I never communicated with ahh bitcoins” lol, thats totally not him!

  13. avatar LibertarianSamurai says:

    Just look at Leah Goodman’s interview in Bloomberg TV. She applied process
    of elimination from the group her researchers thought contain real Satoshi
    Nakamoto. The entire group could be totally wrong! She was hungry for the
    incriminating statement from Dorian and she got it. Dorian wanted to
    protect himself from the government by trying to maintain his silence, and
    this Leah character wanted to “expose” the inventor so badly that she took
    “no longer involved (Dorian was involved with government project)” comment
    out of context! Tabloid journalism at its worst!

  14. avatar Autumnleaf2011 says:

    I AM SHOCKED A JEWISH GUY DIDNT CREATE BITCOIN.

  15. avatar moxz666 says:

    “I was at home at the time”.. LOL

  16. avatar Another Way Of Life says:

    la la la la lawsuit

  17. avatar George McFly says:

    I wish they showed the uncut version, we’d get more definitive information.
    But based on these short clips, I think this is him.

  18. avatar datDANK says:

    he should start charging for interviews and just play along as long as he
    can make good dough. 

  19. avatar tazdaman351 says:

    Newsweek is garbage. Destroying a man’s life for front page news.

  20. avatar GDuff123 says:

    Psssh.

    This guy is awesome. 

  21. avatar jas16899 says:

    IF ITS IN NEWSWEEK IT MUST BE TRUE. THESE A PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS AND
    THEY SPENT A LOT OF MONEY TO BRING US THIS INFORMATION AND IF THAT GUY
    DIDNT DO THE BITCOIN WHY IS HE OBVIOUSLY THE SAME GUY????

  22. avatar CriticalThinker08 says:

    it’s not him, it’s a white dude, a total nerd

  23. avatar Erik G says:

    When I read the Newsweek article, I strongly get the impression that the
    conclusion that Dorian is Satoshi was drawn off the beliefs of somewhat
    estranged family members that he *might* be Satoshi, combined with a poorly
    constructed response from Dorian made verbally to the article author. Even
    in this interview, his statements are awkwardly worded. I don’t think it’s
    because he’s lying…I think he just doesn’t speak well. I’d say there is
    maybe a 1:1000 chance that this is the right guy…and if so, it’s hard to
    understand why he would use his middle name and last name on blog posts
    regarding a elaborately untraceable (anonymous) currency. I don’t think,
    in his brilliance, he would have even spoke to a reporter at all, and
    instead would have called a lawyer. Newsweek would be wise to start back
    tracking NOW. They can always claim to fame the breaking of this news
    later if he meets that 1 in 1000 chance threshold.

  24. avatar Andrew Nesbitt says:

    where can i see the full video?

  25. avatar Tiyo Triyanto says:

    what was the last sentence he said? he said ”
    [something-mention-via-the-oldest], psst”

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