The creator(s) of the digital currency Bitcoin go by the alias Satoshi Nakamoto. Even though Satoshi Nakamoto is frequently associated with Bitcoin, no one has yet been able to confirm who the moniker really belongs to.
Working on the initial version of the program in 2007, the Satoshi Nakamoto persona seems to be active in the development of Bitcoin. An Email was used for all correspondence with and from Nakamoto. It was unable to determine the true identity behind the name due to the absence of history and personal information.
But in 2010, Nakamoto's connection with Bitcoin came to an end. In an email to another crypto developer, Nakamoto stated that they had 'moved on to other things' in their last exchange with anyone. As cryptocurrencies have grown in quantity, popularity, and reputation, there has been a great deal of conjecture regarding Nakamoto's identity because to the difficulty of putting a face to the name.
Nakamoto suggested employing ledgers, a network, Merkle roots and trees, timestamps, incentives, cryptography, and a consensus process as part of a decentralized approach to transactions.Timestamps are appended to transaction data on a blockchain, and the data is encrypted using cryptographic methods. The encrypted data must be confirmed because it cannot be modified. The network is required to confirm the legitimacy of the transactions using the proof-of-work consensus technique, which requires a majority of nodes.
According to reports, Nakamoto has 1 million bitcoins. The entire worth is based on the state of the market and the cost of Bitcoin. For instance, if the market price of one bitcoin was $29,000, the total worth would be $29 billion.