Bitcoin developers, newsletters and a code repository: A look at who’s who in Satoshi’s inbox

The reported hacker into Satoshi Nakamoto’s e-mail has posted images, now circulated around the web, of what is said to be

The reported hacker into Satoshi Nakamoto’s e-mail has posted images, now circulated around the web, of what is said to be his inbox and a receipt from Card Reader Factory- a manufacturer of portable magnetic card readers.

Satoshi e-mail

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The senders of recent messages include:

– Gregory Maxwell: Core Bitcoin developer. Recall that as MtGox was imploding in February, it blamed an apparent flaw in the Bitcoin protocol for its losses. Maxwell was one of the key figures to respond, pointing out that the flaw has been well known since 2011 and that it can be adequately handled by correctly written software. Maxwell felt “betrayed” by Gox’s press release.

– Luke Dashjr: According to his Linkedin profile, he has made numerous contributions to the Bitcoin Project. Also works for OpenMethods and on other projects.

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– P2p Foundation: Notifications of replies to his original Bitcoin post- plus a notification of a password reset.

– SourceForge: An online code repository, like Github.

– Pitchbook News: Keeps readers informed of happenings and trends in the venture and private equity world.

– Mrs. Shriffa Abel: Unknown, a cursory web search doesn’t return much.

– PYMNTS.com: News and analysis in the payments industry.

Also shown are messages from journalists Adrian Chen and Robert McMillan. The latter reportedly corresponded with the hacker and authored the Wired report.

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