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Dorian Nakamoto Raising Money for Lawsuit

Dorian Nakamoto Raising Money for Lawsuit

Dorian Nakamoto, the man who was identified as the man behind the creation of the Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in general by Newsweek in March this year, has started a fund-raising page to collect funds to sue Newsweek for the allegations towards him and for miss-quoting him on purpose in their news article.


Nakamoto is a struggling 65-year old engineer who has been looking for a job for more than 10 years and lives in a financial situation that is far from ideal. When Newsweek confronted him with the allegations of him being the creator of the Bitcoin he denied it, but the newspaper went ahead and published the article while quoting him and his family completely wrong, causing distress in the family and amongst friends.


The site that has been set up for donations towards the lawsuit – – explains the details of the lawsuit and shows that it is a family which has experienced some bad things after people thought he invented one of the most innovative currencies to date.  

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