What Happened on April. 6th | Was Steve Jobs Satoshi Nakamoto?

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The Bitcoin whitepaper is available as a hidden file on every Mac computer post-Catalina. The time when Nakamoto disappeared more or less coincided with the time when Jobs passed away, both in 2011.

The Bitcoin whitepaper was found as a hidden file on Mac computers in 2020, and today rumors have been refueled as the whitepaper is confirmed to still be present on the current Mac OS, sparking speculation that Steve Jobs is Satoshi Nakamoto.

The file path to accessing the whitepaper.

open /System/Library/Image\ Capture/Devices/VirtualScanner.app/Contents/Resources/simpledoc.pdf

Nakamoto’s last public contact occurred as a post on the bitcointalk.org forum on Dec. 12, 2010. Steve Jobs died of pancreatic cancer on Oct. 5, 2011. So the time when Nakamoto disappeared more or less coincided with the time when Jobs passed away, both in 2011.

However, it should be noted Steve Jobs probably doesn't have technical knowledge about coding and cryptography. He knew how to code to a point, hence why he was in the technology business, but it wasn’t his speciality.

A quote from Wozniak on Jobs in a biography written after his death;

"Steve didn't ever code. He wasn't an engineer and he didn't do any original design, but he was technical enough to alter and change and add to other designs."

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