The article starts with: “How the NSA identified Satoshi Nakamoto” and then in the first paragraph goes like: “Very few people outside of the Department of Homeland Security know Satoshi’s real name. In fact, DHS will not publicly confirm that even THEY know the billionaire’s identity”.
You’ve got to appreciate the irony. For all the buzz about fake-news, these “maybe” type of novels passed by as articles are the norm online. Isn’t a mathematical definition of “fake news” if no one “can confirm” what the author is suppose to be talking about in the TITLE of the article? But hey, I bit the bullet and clicked and lost 3 minutes of my precious time… That’s was the goal anyway.