Step by Step to Satoshi: Another Hint Was Revealed!
Step by Step to Satoshi: Another Hint Was Revealed! Sergio Dermain Lerner, a researcher known for looking at the mining models of the original Bitcoin (BTC) miner, turned his attention to Bitcoin blocks mined by Satoshi Nakamoto.
Last June, Lerner had published a blog that expanded on his original research from 2013. He argued for an unknown reason that Satoshi avoided mining during the first five minutes of the block span. Other researchers have also expanded Lerner’s research. TechMiX showed that all blocks extracted by Satoshi can be grouped into five groups according to the frequency distribution of Nonce LSB values.
According to the statements, a nonce increases with every new attempt to solve a mining puzzle. Apparently, Satoshi’s equipment did not use the entire available nonce area, only focused on a limited range. Lerner’s recent research shows that Satoshi reduced the nonce value instead. “The re-mining, the Patoshi mining algorithm, has been seen to reveal a strong tendency to select higher nonces when scanning the internal nonce,” said Lerner. “This trend shows that nonce is being reduced, as did Satoshi client version 0.1. ”
The Equipment That Satoshi Used
The aforementioned information led to results that would perhaps put an end to the debate about the type of equipment Satoshi Nakamoto used. Lerner used the following statements on the subject:
Since the nonce imbalance decreases when analyzing two sub-ranges together, this indicates that Patoshi scans the 5 sub-ranges in parallel but each sub-interval internally in turn. This contradicts Patoshi’s theory that he founded the first mining farm of 50 independent computers and supports Patoshi’s theory that there are simply multi-threads in a high-end CPU.
If Lerner’s inferences are correct, the thesis that Nakamoto is one person becomes stronger.