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August 31, 2011, 05:49:05 AM
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Hey Guys, how many Satoshi Nakamotos are there in the world, do you imagine?

I found one! - If anyone can interpret Japanese, maybe they can translate the Bio on this fellow.
http://www.sunsun-okinawa.com/contents/detail.php?page_id=8&PHPSESSID=uv4qgt98vdi4dooqj7mgdh0a53

He's the 4th guy down the list.

What do you guys think?

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August 31, 2011, 05:53:44 AM
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LOL. I think that due to the lengths he went to keep his identity hidden (TOR, anon email, etc), that he didn't use his real name. Of all the people in the world that might be Satoshi, someone actually named Satoshi wouldn't be him.

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August 31, 2011, 05:56:16 AM
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LOL. I think that due to the lengths he went to keep his identity hidden (TOR, anon email, etc), that he didn't use his real name. Of all the people in the world that might be Satoshi, someone actually named Satoshi wouldn't be him.

Yes, you are very likely correct, however, you cannot control that, if you are employed by a large firm that places your profile online. I agree though, Satoshi is not likely to be his real name.

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August 31, 2011, 06:01:47 AM
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I'm thinking google got the translation wrong... (just a hunch)

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Name: Satoshi Nakamoto Nakamoto, Kenji []
Credentials / Affiliation: Chief estate sales / purchase the
Blood type: B-
Birth order: First child
Favorite: Alcohol-based sport fishing Ball
Comment:  Has been working the real estate purchase. I do not want people to know your neighbors sell their home, who need money immediately, and other ... benefits of selling real estate agent, has a disadvantage because I have difficulty, I have not even come to feel頂Itara glad.

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August 31, 2011, 06:03:55 AM
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I'm thinking google got the translation wrong... (just a hunch)

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Name: Satoshi Nakamoto Nakamoto, Kenji []
Credentials / Affiliation: Chief estate sales / purchase the
Blood type: B-
Birth order: First child
Favorite: Alcohol-based sport fishing Ball
Comment:  Has been working the real estate purchase. I do not want people to know your neighbors sell their home, who need money immediately, and other ... benefits of selling real estate agent, has a disadvantage because I have difficulty, I have not even come to feel頂Itara glad.

Makes perfect sense. Thanx!

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