On March 3, an account claiming to be Satoshi Nakamoto – the elusive creator of Bitcoin was called and urged Elon Musk to be removed by the crypto community on the X platform (formerly Twitter). The user behind the account, named Andy Rowe, has come under scrutiny for breaching the platform’s terms of service by adopting a misleading identity. This controversy, involving the impersonation of Satoshi Nakamoto, has sparked a heated debate within the cryptocurrency community, with many demanding immediate action.

The Alleged Breach of X’s Terms and Conditions Against Satoshi Nakamoto X’s Account


The outcry against the Satoshi Nakamoto account gained momentum after a user, Pledditor, pointed out that both the Nakamoto and “Bitcoin” accounts violate X’s terms and conditions.

According to Pledditor, these accounts fall under the category of “misleading and deceptive” identities, which is strictly prohibited. X’s policy clearly states that users cannot impersonate existing individuals or mislead the public with false identities. Despite the account’s inactivity since 2018, a recent post reviving discussions about Bitcoin’s technical aspects has reignited the controversy.


Crypto Community’s Call for Immediate Action

Pledditor’s post resonated deeply with the crypto community, leading to an outpouring of support for the removal of the controversial accounts. Many users expressed their embarrassment over the situation, demanding prompt action from platform administrators.

Satoshi Nakatomo Overview (Source: Investopedia)
Satoshi Nakatomo overview (Source: Investopedia)

Several attempts had previously been made to contact the administrators regarding these accounts, but these efforts were allegedly ignored. Comparisons were drawn to how X had responded to similar situations in the past, highlighting the need for consistency in enforcing platform policies.

Read more: The Potential of Bitcoin in Driving Global Energy Transition


The mystery surrounding Satoshi Nakamoto’s true identity has fascinated the crypto community for years, with various individuals, including Craig Wright, claiming to be the real Satoshi. Amidst this ongoing debate, the recent controversy on the X platform has raised questions about online identity authenticity and the responsibility of platform administrators. As the crypto community unites to maintain the integrity of the digital space, the pressure mounts on Elon Musk to address their concerns and remove the questionable accounts, ensuring a more transparent and accountable online environment for all users.

Follow CoinWire on Google News