Michael F. Gilbourne
BITCOIN TAROT - 8 of BITCOIN
8 of Pentacles, 8 of Coins, 8 of Diamonds
MEANINGFUL WORK, PRECISION, COMMITMENT, STOCKING UP, REPETITION
WHAT THE INITIATE,
Satoshi might be saying walking through The 8 of Bitcoin card:
I create the financial prosperity to purchase the things that I want and deserve. I focus all my values into one powerful stream of wealth energy. Bitcoin (Not financial advice)
Who was Satoshi Nakamoto?
Definitely someone that mastered his craft for his whole life.
I do believe that Satoshi must be one specific person, even tough there was a group of people working together. Adam Back comes to mind. Back is a pioneer of early digital asset research similarly as Wei Dai, David Chaum, and Hal Finney. In 1997, Back invented Hashcash. A similar system is used in bitcoin.
He also implemented Credlib, a library that implements the credential systems of Stefan Brands and David Chaum.
He was the first to describe the "non-interactive forward secrecy"security property for email and to observe that any identity based encryption scheme can be used to provide non-interactive forward secrecy.
He is also known for promoting the use of ultra-compact code with his 2-line and 3-line RSA in Perl signature file and non-exportable T-shirts to protest cryptography export regulations.
Back was one of the first two people to receive an email from Satoshi Nakamoto.
In 2016, the Financial Times cited Back as a potential Nakamoto candidate, along with Nick Szabo and Hal Finney. But Then some people think Elon Musk could be Satoshi too. Go to youtube and you will find lots of videos.
At the end it does not matter who Satoshi was. But the fact that Satoshi is not in the picture anymore, really creates a decentralized blockchain with no one controlling it. There is no single point of failure. Bitcoin is not controlled by anyone person anymore, but its community.
That is why we are all Satoshi!
So what have you done your whole entire life?
What should you achieve? Follow your passion, skills, values, and go all the way to the end.
Once achieved, then offer your work to the world.
And let the world ponder who you were. Because your gift to the world is more important than who you are.
Source of Satoshi from Wikipedia