Who's bitcoin founder?

Nobody really knows who is behind the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto, who has been credited with developing the world's first and largest cryptocurrency: Bitcoin. Nakamoto was the one who mined the first Bitcoin blockchain and was the one who published the digital currency white paper. Some people, such as Bitcoin developer Laszlo Hanyecz, believe that the level of coding at which Bitcoin was created would have needed more than just one person. Among the first Bitcoin enthusiasts was Hal Finney, a console game developer and one of the first members of the cypherpunk movement who discovered Nakamoto's proposal for Bitcoin through the cryptocurrency mailing list.

Hal Finney was an active participant in the Bitcoin community before and after its launch and was the first person to receive Bitcoin in a transaction. Bitcoin is run through a standalone software program that is “mined” by people looking for bitcoins in a lottery-based system. Satoshi Nakamoto is the name used by the allegedly pseudonymous person or persons who developed bitcoin, wrote the bitcoin whitepaper, and created and implemented the original bitcoin reference implementation.

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