As cryptocurrencies are capturing the imagination of more and more people, the possibility of getting the honor of having a statue erected in honor of the mysterious and anonymous Mr or Mrs, and group Satoshi, the creator of the first blockchain and Bitcoin is becoming possible. Even if it is just a statue, it seems appealing in most quarters to have such erected in Satoshi's name.
Although most people have tried to do something like this in the past, which did not hold ground because no one knows who he, she or they are with the acclaimed name "Satoshi". Some guys have done something symbolic in recent times by unveiling an iconic and symbolic statue in honor of Satoshi Nakamoto.
I bumped into this information on the internet earlier today while browsing. Some guys have erected a statue in honor of the anonymous mysterious Satoshi even though no one knows his or their faces. Judging by the statue, it doesn't matter now whether the person behind the name or in the black hooded sweatshirt is a man or woman. There is a strong symbolic message behind the anonymity of the name Satoshi. The anonymity typically represents the nature of crypto and its usage not much about the person under the hood.
It has always been said that the reason for being anonymous was to prevent a possible arrest and a crackdown by the world governments who saw Bitcoin and blockchain as a direct threat to their financial banking systems. Today, the governments of the world are still looking for Mr or Mrs. Satoshi Nakamoto for a possible arrest and a crackdown on cryptocurrency, but they are way too late because the Satoshi generation has already been made, and bleeding children every day across the world. Anyone who uses cryptocurrency today is a Mr or Mrs. Satoshi. We are all Satoshi, and the governments cannot see us, neither do they know us.
The statue that has just been unveiled symbolically explains the above submission well. The bronze statue unveiled in Budapest, Hungary five days ago shows the face of Satoshi on the statue was made in an especially reflective bronze-aluminum composite, which makes everyone who looks at it see themselves in the Bitcoin Creator's face.
The message is clear, anyone who looks into the face of the statue gets a reflection of his or herself. In essence, if you are still looking for Mr or Mrs. Satoshi look no further than yourself. Do you have Bitcoin or any other cryptocurrency in a wallet known to you only, without a bank holding the key to how you used your money? You are as anonymous as Satoshi. Every one of us, we are all Satoshi.
Amazingly, the same person who requested to remain anonymous during the conception of Bitcoin is now one of the most famous people on the planet.
Jane Austen wrote: "Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned, Nor hell a fury like a woman scorned"
The quote above describes very well the emotional state of some people toward Satoshi Nakamoto. While we celebrate the genius of Satoshi Nakamoto we are also celebrating our courage to trust blindly on the concept of anonymity and the victory that decision won for us all.
Charles Darwin wrote "So natural was deception that until its importance and universality were generally recognized, moralists and philosophers, and even theologians and legislators, all fell into the habit of considering it as a topic rather fit for jest than for earnest consideration. And this was not so much because they thought of it as rare as because they thought of it as unnatural".
The first Satoshi arguably saw the future of the model man and how the world would become in time. With a mobile phone in the left hand and the other hand in the pocket, the Satoshi generation can live and survive anywhere. They are the generation that has escaped the effects of the damages on the world's financial system caused by the governments.
A key reason behind the boom in bitcoin is its anonymity. For most users, nobody can tell who owns a wallet ID, which is why it is difficult for the governments, to figure out who owns all that bitcoin in a particular wallet ID.
The name Satoshi Nakamoto represents value for humanity in general. the anonymity was meant so that the thing created would not be owned by any nation. the idea of anonymity also represents a human figure, not centric around gender, age, height, skin color, or the strength of a person. The anonymity makes bitcoin money for everyone.