Until yesterday, nobody had heard of Hiroshi Yakamoto, a Japanese American from San Diego, California.
The man who apparently orchestrated a series of high profile Bitcoin exchange crashes, is a low profile, 24 year old student, working on his PhD in Mathematics and Physics.
As the great-grandson of a Japanese samurai warrior, Hiroshi Yakamoto is an expert in martial arts.
Yesterday, he shocked his class with a mass email message about Bitcoin, that read as follows:
“Most of you know me as Hiro Yaka, my full name is Hiroshi Yakamoto.
I created Bitcoin for the purpose of entertaining myself and witnessing how adults would react, when a currency that mimics digital Monopoly money, is presented with a coating of supposed anonymity.
It is clear to me that adults are actually kids, with the added element of greed for money.
My mathematical model works: you buy and sell Bitcoins hoping that you will be making a fortune every time. What you didn’t know, is that there is a backdoor to the Bitcoin code, and it’s accessible by the NSA. All your Bitcoin transactions are monitored.
I hope there is a lesson to be learned: stick to playing Monopoly, because Bitcoin is about to self-destruct in 2014. Whoever said 2140 was a dyslexic idiot!
Power to Math!
Hiroshi Yakamoto, Bitcoin master and creator.”
The shocking email soon circulated in publications such as Mashable, TechCrunch and reddit; social media picked up the references to Hiroshi Yakamoto and his ingenious design of Bitcoin, a pseudo-currency that entertained millions for a few years – until its planned crash in 2014.
The mysterious Hiroshi Yakamoto, is an avid investor in domain names, with more than 100 .co.jp domains hosted on a Tokyo server. The NSA is currently monitoring that server as well.
We will be updating you with more news about Hiroshi Yakamoto, as it happens.
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