What secrets are hiding Bitcoin frozen brain Hal Finney?

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What secrets are hiding Bitcoin frozen brain Hal Finney?

For many years one of the developers of Bitcoin Hal Finney believed her Creator, who was hiding under the name Satoshi Nakamoto. Some even suspected that Finney could be the owner of the 700,000 bitcoin that was kamineni in the first days of the existence of the Protocol. Finney was extrapenal — from those who believe in the philosophy of logic and prolonging life. Moreover, this developer is even put yourself in cryopreservation after death in the hope that future scientists will find a way to restore his brain and answer a number of questions regarding the first days of Bitcoin.

In those days, when the software of Bitcoin was launched for the first time, Finney is also known developed by PGP Corporation and computer science, received the first transaction in bitcoin. It also helped Satoshi to launch the network and worked on the Bitcoin in the first year. The programmer also collaborated with the creators of the other software until I found out the terrible diagnosis: amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Some believed that Finney himself , simply did not disclose it.

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Hal Finney: frozen cryptogenic

In 2014, for example, Andy Greenberg, a well-known technogenesis of Wired wrote a story about why he believes that Finney could be Nakamoto, or at least was a man who was closely associated with the Creator of Bitcoin. Others believe in "group theory Satoshi Nakamoto", arguing that the extensive knowledge that Finney had on some of the first coins that were kamineni, implying that Satoshi was more than one person. What is more interesting, in the future scientists will have the chance to find bichenovii keys in kriogennykh "brain wallets" Finney.

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Petrified body and mind

Finney and his wife Fran have adopted the principles of futurism and followed by the conviction of extrapenal. Philosophy extropy is the ideology followed by people who are convinced that society will continuously improve due to progress in science and technology. Individuals following this philosophy, imagining that people can ultimately achieve immortality, restoring their brains after death. Greenberg writes that Finney and his wife both agreed on cryopreservation long before he fell asleep.

On 28 August 2014, not long after Finney died, his body was taken to Fund the life extension Alcor, is well known for its initiatives in the field of cryopreservation. Fluid from the body Finney pumped out and replaced by the substance M-22. Cryoprotective mixture led to the process of the vitreous pour, which protects the embryos, sperm and blastocysts.

According to Greenberg, the body Finney cooled to -195,6 degrees Celsius, and then placed in an aluminum VAT, filled with liquid nitrogen. After they have completed the process of cryoprotective perfusion in Alcor Foundation, said that Finney will be "long-term preservation where it will be taken care of until the day when it will be possible restoration and revival". Finney was 128 m a patient of Alcor and cryogenic process paid "life insurance and bitcoin that have sacrificed everyone", the company says.

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Unlock "wallet in the brain"

Finney chose to keep their minds, because they believed that the restoration of the brain — a problem that engineers can solve, at least not now, simply adjusting the code. Thanks to cryogenics, it is possible to return cryptogamia few decades and uncover the secrets of the nascent network of Bitcoin. Brain Finney can keep secrets about the richness of Satoshi and the data on the first kamineni bitcoin. Futurists, so to speak, believers in the philosophy of cryopreservation can be considered fanatics, but cryogenics still relies on the fact that technology is improving over time.

The Scientific process of cryopreservation may allow future generations to unlock "the wallets in the brain," Hal Finney. Fund Alcor and cryogenic scientists say that long-term memories encoded in the brain and can endure many physical and chemical changes with time. Cryonic lab claims that the team uses a well-known process of biological studies, from which it follows that memories can be preserved after cryopreservation process.

Bichenovii enthusiasts long joked about cryopreservation Finney about the possibility that frozen bichenovii keys too froze in his frozen brain. But the truth is, we do not know whether cryonics is to maintain or to allow to uncover at least some of the mystery of Bitcoin. It's safe to say that the search for the mysterious Satoshi gave rise to a series of remarkable theories.

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