Steve Jobs Was Satoshi Nakamoto?

Technologist Andy Baio recently made a startling discovery on his Mac – a PDF of the original Bitcoin white paper that he believes has been hidden in every copy of macOS since Mojave in 2018. This revelation has sparked new theories connecting Steve Jobs, the late co-founder of Apple, to the mysterious creator of Bitcoin, known only by the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto.

Baio’s Discovery

Andy Baio, who is known for his work in the technology and digital media industries, shared his discovery on social media, noting that he found the Bitcoin white paper while searching through his Mac’s files. Baio said that he was shocked to find the document on his computer, as he had not intentionally downloaded it. He theorized that Apple had intentionally included the white paper in macOS, possibly as a nod to the cryptocurrency’s growing popularity.

Speculation About Steve Jobs As Satoshi Nakamoto

Baio’s discovery has fueled speculation about Steve Jobs’ possible involvement in the creation of Bitcoin. Jobs, who passed away in 2011, was known for his innovative ideas and disruptive technology. Some Bitcoin enthusiasts believe that Jobs may have been involved in the creation of the cryptocurrency, possibly as its creator, Satoshi Nakamoto.

However, there is no concrete evidence to support this theory. While Jobs did express interest in creating a digital currency, he never mentioned Bitcoin specifically. Additionally, the Bitcoin white paper was published in 2008

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