Satoshi Nakamoto, has revealed his email correspondence with Satoshi.

In his emails, Satoshi states that there is no need to promote Bitcoin as an investment or emphasize its "anonymity". He also argues that Bitcoin's Proof of Work (POW) system consumes less energy than the traditional banking system. In addition, he claims that POW is the only solution that can run a peer-to-peer electronic cash system without a trusted third party.

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However, when the emails in question are analyzed, Satoshi asks Malmi, who is eager to help him, to create a "frequently asked questions" section for BTC and post it on the website he has created. Among the questions Satoshi Nakamoto wants to be added to the FAQ section are answers to technical problems encountered when setting up a BTC node.

The first transaction that gave Bitcoin monetary value took place in October 2009, when Martti Malmi, known online as Sirius, sold 5,050 BTC for $5.02, valuing each Bitcoin at $0.0009. The last email Satoshi sent to Malmi was to set some admin passwords. After that, Satoshi disappeared.

Satoshi used the following statements in the continuation of his e-mails:

"The current Visa credit card network handles about 15 million credit card transactions. Bitcoin can already scale much larger than this at a fraction of the cost of existing hardware. BTC will never really reach a scale ceiling.

According to Moore's Law, we can expect hardware speeds to be 10 times faster in 5 years and 100 times faster in 10 years. Even if Bitcoin grows at crazy adoption rates, I think computer speeds will remain ahead of the number of transactions."