Tesla’s Elon Musk has been making immense news in the crypto-verse. Bitcoin [BTC] slipped down below $40K soon after Musk dropped support for the king coin pointing out its issues pertaining to the environment. While people continue to frown on the tech billionaire, several Australians have been suggesting that Elon Musk was the creator of Bitcoin.
The founder of the world’s first and the largest cryptocurrency, Bitcoin is still uncertain. While several across the globe are aware that Satoshi Nakamoto went on to discover the king coin, Aussies seem to have found out the person behind the formulation of BTC. A recent survey conducted by the Finder, an Australian website tested the crypto knowledge of Australians.
Elon Musk aka Satoshi Nakamoto?
Finder had a total of 1,004 respondents as part of its recent crypto survey. Out of this, 56% of the participants suggested that tech billionaire Elon Musk was the founder of Bitcoin.
This survey further revealed that only 25% of the Australians part of it, already had crypto while a few others intended to buy some before the end of the year. Even though the aforementioned number wasn’t too high, about 20% of them had no idea how to buy digital assets. The crypto knowledge of these Australians wasn’t too high either as 44% of them assumed BTC had an unlimited supply.
Furthermore, the demand for the king coin hasn’t dropped too low as several platforms continue to veer into the industry. Finder was the latest one to do so. The platform even went on to announce the launch of its Bitcoin trading service. The CEO and co-founder of Finder Fred Schebesta revealed that they had eliminated any complications with regard to the buying of Bitcoin.
Addressing the same, Schebesta said,
“The Finder makes buying and selling Bitcoin more convenient by eliminating the need to deal with technical things such as crypto wallet addresses, private keys and blockchains. Instead, we handle them all for you and make it as easy as swiping to buy or sell.”