Bitcoin Creator Satoshi Nakamoto Finally Unmasked?
There’s been speculation about the true identity of the bitcoin creator – who’s known only by the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto since the cryptocurrency was first introduced.
After Newsweek claimed Dorian Nakamoto was Satoshi, Now one researcher believes he’s cracked the case.
This perhaps was the most high-profile attempt to reveal bitcoin’s founder. Newsweek in March 2014 identified Dorian Nakamoto as the currency's creator
Gerald Votta, director of GameFi research (a combination of gaming and DeFi) at research and analysis firm Quantum Economics, said bitcoin’s true creator is:
Canadian cryptographer James A. Donald. 
“If you look at the timing, Donald comments like minutes after the Bitcoin White Paper is put up and asks such a specific question to Satoshi — How could you read the White Paper, analyze it, and come up with this amazing scaling question in like three minutes?
"Votta further noted that Donald’s comment on the paper, as well as the use of his digital signature along with it, aroused his suspicions.. It’s almost impossible”

For the most part, individuals suspected of being Satoshi Nakamoto have denied the claim or remained silent. That has not been the case with Craig Wright, an Australian scientist.
In December 2015, Wired Magazine wrote a profile on Wright, claiming it had "obtained the strongest evidence yet of Satoshi Nakamoto’s true identity.” 
Thanks to the 1 million bitcoins produced and not used, Satoshi is among the 20 richest men in the world and will probably become the richest man in the world in the next 10 years.
This may be the time when Sataoshi will reveal himself to change the fate of planet earth.