Satoshi Nakamoto is the founder of the top cryptocurrency Bitcoin, but he has had no social media presence for the past four years. His accounts have been inactive for a long time. But after four years there has been a post on the P2P Foundation account of the founder and this has sparked excitement in the communities in crypto space.
The aforementioned post only contains the word “nour,” and there is a comment by a person named Wagner Tamanaha. People are clueless about who this person is and what those words mean.
There are speculations that the account may not be controlled by Nakamoto anymore. The e-mail he used was hacked, or the domain he used had ended.
As to “nour” is there are theories that it might be the Arabic word “Noor” into the alphabet of Latin “nour” hence its transliterated version means “light.” This made some people link this word to a technology called Lightning Network side-chain which is being used on the bitcoin network
Only this Tamanaha person can reveal the truth about this profile. His own profiles have been sifted through thoroughly for clues. His description of himself on the “about me” of P2P Foundation reveals that he is a Brazilian with Japanese heritage. He is a crypto enthusiast, has a blog and on SteemIt he owns blockchain comics and that he is in the friend list of Nakamoto.
Some more digging, into Tamanaha’s LinkedIn and other profiles, revealed that he is a refugee settled in the US and is aged around 50. He has a degree in social communication and advertising. But nowhere was it mentioned that he has coding skills that would somehow connect him to Nakamoto.
All this activity might also hint something about incoming big news. All we can do to understand this situation is wait for the next post of Nakamoto and Tamanaha.