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Bitcoiner claims to have found ‘long lost Satoshi Bitcoin code’ with personal notations

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According to Jim Blasko, he was able to uncover raw data and files from Bitcoin v0.1 including notations from Satoshi Nakamoto using “a little browser hacking.”

Jim Blasko, a crypto enthusiast, has claimed to have unearthed “the official oldest known uploaded copy of Satoshi’s Bitcoin” code, originally uploaded in August 2009.

In an Oct. 7 post on Facebook, Blasko said he found code dating back prior to the earliest days Satoshi went public with Bitcoin BTC by “using some browser hacking” on open-source software development platform SourceForge, where the cryptocurrency was registered in November 2008. He included claims that it took the BTC creator six months to mine 1 million coins “as block 20,000 wouldn’t come until July 22nd 2009 and others like Hal [Finney]” were also mining.

“This particular upload was thought to have b

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