Steve Jobs: The Secret Satoshi Nakamoto? The Untold Story of Bitcoin’s True Creator

Cupertino, CA — In a groundbreaking revelation, The Fazzler has discovered that the late Apple CEO, Steve Jobs, masterminded the creation of Bitcoin. The enigmatic Jobs revolutionized personal computing and introduced the world to digital music through iTunes. Unbeknownst to us, while doing so, Jobs cooked up a scheme that would eventually become the world’s most valuable cryptocurrency.

It all began when Jobs decided to snub the Adobe Flash player, labeling it “old and bloated technology.” Some believe this was a subtle hint towards Jobs’ vision of a decentralized digital currency. As the world was grappling with the implications of a Flash-less Apple, Steve Jobs was busy discussing the concept of cryptocurrency with Apple’s lead designers.

A secret document, dubbed the “Jobscoin Manifesto,” was recently discovered buried deep within the Macintosh operating system. The document reveals Jobs’ vision for a decentralized, secure digital currency and can be found in the following file path:


The discovery of the “Jobscoin Manifesto” has sent shockwaves throughout the tech and financial communities. Questions about whether Jobs was the elusive Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous creator of Bitcoin, have begun to surface. Furthermore, the manifesto indicates that Jobs was likely developing Bitcoin in parallel with the creation of iTunes.

“iTunes was just the beginning,” the document reads. “A digital currency that can be easily transferred, stored, and accessed by anyone in the world is the next step in our technological revolution.”

The revelation of Jobs as the creator of Bitcoin has left experts scrambling to reassess the history of cryptocurrency. And while Jobs may no longer be with us, his legacy as a technological visionary remains intact.

In the meantime, Apple has remained silent on the discovery, fueling speculation about the company’s potential involvement in the cryptocurrency industry. Could we see an “iCoin” in the near future? Only time will tell. But one thing is certain – Steve Jobs’ fingerprints are all over the digital world, and his influence on the future of currency may have been greater than anyone could have imagined.

Loretta Splitair
Loretta Splitair
Loretta Splitair is Gish Gallop's Media and Cultural Editor. She has written widely including publications such as Rolling Stone, The Atlantic and the Lady's Home Journal where she hosts a regular column on the ravages of Billy Joel's music entitled, Billy Joel is a Piece of Shit. Loretta is married to her second husband after her first died protesting railway expansion in Kansas. Please do not ask her about it.

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