Here We Find That Satoshi Nakamoto's Inconsistent British And American Writing Techniques Was Studied According To A New Report

Satoshi Nakamoto is still evasive. How are researchers working to identify him? Are there any credible findings? 

Here We Find That Satoshi Nakamoto's Inconsistent British And American Writing Techniques Was Studied According To A New Report

How Do They Identify Satoshi Nakamoto? 

That which studies Satoshi Nakamoto’s writing style, the creator’s use of expressions, and spelling, on December 31, 2020, a new report was published regarding the bitcoin inventor. Indicating it was very inconsistent and littered with misspellings as well, the new examination shows Satoshi’s spelling and American and British wording. Probably part of the inventor’s operations security, the research suggests the inconsistencies might have been done purposefully. 

We Take A Closer Look At Satoshi Nakamoto’s Spelling As Also The Inventor’s American and British English Writing Techniques

The mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto, the man, woman, or group that created bitcoin is one of the most intriguing stories in the cryptocurrency space. People have now dedicated lots of time to search for the bitcoin inventor’s location, Satoshi’s writing patterns, and the many messages that Satoshi wrote before leaving the community over the last 12 years. Called “The Strange Story of Satoshi Nakamoto’s Spelling Choices: Part 1,” a study that now looks into the Satoshi Nakamoto mystery was published on the website on the eve of 2021. 

Thereby taking steps to closely observe Satoshi Nakamoto’s writing style, the misspellings, and also the use of American and British-English expressions thereafter it was found throughout the creator’s that as many messages were by the researchers at On how people often talk about Satoshi’s use of British-English and how there’s been a number of stylometry investigations that produced little results, were also discussed by’s study. It was then that the popular Youtuber “ Barley Sociable,” published what the researcher’s examination also mentioned in the series of controversial Satoshi videos. 

The researchers further explained, to a more rigorous statistical analysis, they decided to subject Satoshi’s known writings including emails, posts, and the Bitcoin white paper. They examine his spelling patterns in the first part of this study. Also, the study’s author adds that in his choices of American vs. British-English, Satoshi’s spelling was inconsistent. 

A more objective mathematical approach and is also less time-consuming as the report stresses that the focus on spelling is. Identifying a number of interesting instances, the researchers combed through all of Satoshi’s words. The report then notes, they managed to identify almost 108 such instances. Here we observe the breakdown of these 108 occurrences coming to be American – 52, British – 35, and Misspelled – 21. Continuing’s report comes as follows: 

When Satoshi used alternate spelling norms on the same day and sometimes even with the same post or email as there were also several instances. 

Was It That Satoshi’s Inconsistencies Were Intentional? Or Was It That Nakamoto Was A Group Of Multiple British And American Team Members?

Consequently, Satoshi then alternated between the differing spelling techniques as they found six other days with these instances in addition to that of the white paper as the study summarised all the instances. In one instance Satoshi chose to use the word “optimization” as on the same day he wrote “optimisation”, the’s study highlights it. Consisting of both American and British during specific days of the week additionally the paper discusses spelling patterns.  

It scrutinises Satoshi’s use of American terminology as well in addition as the report looks at whether or not the writing could be Canadian. The inconsistencies of the inventor’s writings could have been done purposefully as the study concludes that Satoshi did not habitually use a spell-checker’s study concludes that to throw us off his trail with irregular spelling it is possible that this was part of the plan all along. Who were accustomed to different versions of the English language, another is that the Satoshi team consisted of multiple team members? It may be that in an instance, just someone who was therefore born in the U.K and then has been working as a programmer for a U.S. centric company it is that perhaps Satoshi was multicultural someone having lived in different parts of the English-speaking world. That one of the Englishes was part of his operational security but Satoshi was inconsistent was finally a possibility. 

About The Satoshi Spelling Study, Greg Maxwell Asks R/Bitcoin Admins To Remove A Thread 

About the study published by, another interesting fact about this story is that moderators from the Reddit forum r/bitcoin decided to remove a post. In this context as former Blockstream software developer, Greg Maxwell known to be as “nullc” on Reddit didn’t like thereby the study for some reason as it seems to be. The moderators quickly took down the Reddit post on r/bitcoin after some debate as Maxwell then asked the moderator dubbed “bashco” to “do something” about the post. 

This report wasn’t anti-bitcoin or pro-big block in any way as the author of the report was saying that the r/bitcoin moderators have been censoring quite some time. He then said that they just do not tolerate any dissent. 

The researcher was further saying that he did what they do best- censor, block, and deplatform as they think he got frustrated that he couldn’t win an intellectual debate. 

The Final Thoughts 

Finally, the author said, developed by Dr. Albert Yang et al to the texts of popular Satoshi candidates to see if it can help identify the man or men who created bitcoin, in the second part of the study they will apply the ‘ Information categorisation approach to literary authorships disputes.’ As the attribution of Chinese 18th-century novels Shakespearean plays, and the Federalist Papers, Dr. Yang then successfully applied it to such distinct cases. ’

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