(Bloomberg) The Bitcoin world reacted with a mixture of acceptance and resignation to a Newsweek magazine report that the creator of the digital currency is a 64-year-old Japanese-American man living in the Los Angeles area.

The magazine published the results of an investigation concluding that Dorian S. Nakamoto, a former defense industry and U.S. government employee, is the mysterious computer coding and cryptography expert who authored the seminal paper on Bitcoin and created the software that serves as the backbone of the currency’s system.

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