But those at the heart of the bitcoin community responded quite differently. The lead developer of the software that drives the bitcoin system was angry that Newsweek had gone after this man and his family, publishing his license plate number and a photograph of his house, and many others agreed. Even before the Associated Press reported that Dorian Nakamoto had denied any involvement with the digital currency, the bitcoin faithful were sure that Newsweek was mistaken.
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And when he hopped into a blue Toyota Prius with one reporter, the rest of them piled into their own cars and chased him through the streets of downtown Los Angeles, desperate to get the story behind the myth of bitcoin’s founding father.
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