Today, the U.S. House of Representatives held a congressional hearing on the social media platform TikTok. While the hearing was primarily focused on the potential security risks posed by the app, it also shed some light on the mysterious disappearance of Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin.
Satoshi Nakamoto is the pseudonym used by the person or persons who created Bitcoin in 2009. Since then, Satoshi has remained anonymous and has not been seen or heard from in over a decade. This has led to much speculation as to why Satoshi disappeared and what happened to them.
Today’s congressional hearing on TikTok provided some insight into the mystery of Satoshi’s disappearance. During the hearing, it was revealed that the Chinese government has been using the app to track and monitor its citizens. This means that the Chinese government could potentially have access to the personal information of anyone who uses the app, including Satoshi.
This could explain why Satoshi has remained anonymous for so long. It is possible that the Chinese government has been tracking Satoshi’s activities and has been using this information to try and identify them. If this is the case, then it is likely that Satoshi has gone into hiding in order to protect their identity.
While the mystery of Satoshi’s disappearance may never be solved, today’s congressional hearing on TikTok has provided some insight into the potential reasons behind it. It is clear that the Chinese government has been using the app to track and monitor its citizens, and this could explain why Satoshi has remained anonymous for so long.
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To be fair Congress is an inherently corrupt swamp of career shills with ultimate authority to vote on their own term limits, audits, salaries, lobbyist regulations to favor their too big to fail mega donors, etc… You can’t take Congress too seriously. Not to mention many of them display subhuman IQ
Probably because living under surveillance feels like swimming with a weighted vest
funny how they want to ban tiktok but not all US surveillance social media apps ;o)
Satoshi was a reluctant first bitcoin contributor. Among his first messages in the mailing list was, “governments are good at cutting off the heads of centrally controlled networks but pure P2P networks can hold their own.”
There was two months between Satoshi releasing the source code and the client during which anyone could have compiled their own client and released bitcoin. All Satoshi wanted to do was unleash the idea and disappear never to be seen again.
Not to forget. Green peace protesting outside his house demanding a switch to POS.
This question baffled me at the beginning, however, by now I realised that it is a feature not a bug. Not giving BTC a face and creator makes it transcendental – it just exists, like any other commodity does.
Tik Tok is cutting into Google and Meta’s profits. The average person at this point sees little difference in who is spying on them. I’m a lot more worried about our FBI than I am whatever China wants to do with my search history.