Top brain-burning question: Who is Satoshi Nakamoto’s father? Can you answer

At first glance at this question, you will feel it seems brainless and brain-burning. Now, finding Satoshi Nakamoto himself has become a global problem. In order to find Satoshi Nakamoto, experts and enthusiasts from all over the world have tried their best, but so far, they have not been found. Satoshi Nakamoto has not been found yet, yet you still let me see his father. Isn’t this a joke about the “international level” with me?

In fact, you may only be half right. If someone has already found Satoshi Nakamoto, isn’t it much easier to find Satoshi Nakamoto’s father? In this case, you will agree with me to a large extent. Once we have determined who the ancient Chinese sage Confucius was, we can even verify that Confucius’ father was Shulianghe. He was an aristocrat in the Spring and Autumn Period more than 2,000 years ago, and his talents and morals were outstanding, and so on. The fathers of celebrities 2000 years ago can be found, so it is even easier to find the fathers of contemporary stars, right?

Then you will ask me, has this Satoshi Nakamoto been found? He’s a demigod! I will answer that I did, but not me find him. Moreover, Satoshi Nakamoto’s father was also found by others this time. Because I read Mr. Weisha Zhu’s masterpiece “Invite Out Satoshi Nakamoto and Welcome the New World,” a senior scholar in the field of blockchain and Bitcoin, I agreed with the author’s analysis conclusion: Satoshi Nakamoto is the Chinese-American Mr. Wei Dai, a blockchain expert, whose father is Mr. Xiwei Dai.

The author of this article, Mr. Weisha Zhu, is a scholar, a well-known entrepreneur, and a researcher in the computer room of the Institute of Industrial Economics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. In recent years, he has devoted himself to the research of blockchain and Bitcoin using a unique method, forming independent views, insights, and conclusions. He checked and analyzed the candidates who may be Satoshi Nakamoto one by one and carefully evaluated the background, ability, and technical contributions to Bitcoin in the early years of these characters from the perspective of Bitcoin technology composition and cryptography foundation made a portrait based on the facts. After comparison, it was concluded that Wei Dai fit the picture perfectly. But, can the big names in the industry agree with Mr. Zhu’s research conclusions? Can it subvert this “portrait”?

Through further research, Mr. Zhu also found that Wei Dai’s father is Mr. Xiwei Dai. Mr. Dai was born in 1947. He graduated from the University of Science and Technology of China in his early years and worked in the Beijing Astronomical Observatory of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. In the 1980s, Mr. Dai traveled across the ocean to the United States for a work-study program. When Mr. Dai arrived in the United States, he only had 20 dollars. Since then, Mr. Dai has studied and worked hard. With the handwriting recognition technology he developed, he has reached the pinnacle of the world’s pattern recognition field. Microsoft valued the technology developed for acquisition, and Mr. Dai became a senior engineer at Microsoft. At the same time, he cultivated another of his most proud “works” – Wei Dai, and became the excellent gold master of Satoshi Nakamoto (that is, Wei Dai). After Mr. Dai “retired” from Microsoft, he wrote a self-reported memoir, “Pawn Crossing the River,” which has been published. According to Mr. Zhu’s analysis, even Satoshi Nakamoto’s name should be given by Mr. Xiwei Dai, which means “Chinese people are smart” and “smart like Chinese people.”

Without further ado, I suggest you take a look at Mr. Zhu’s “Invite Out Satoshi Nakamoto and Welcome the New World” and Mr. Xiwei Dai’s “Pawn Crossing the River” (both on the Internet). Then, you will have your evaluation.

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