Satoshi Nakamoto, an unknown inventor of Bitcoin, is kidnapped and tortured by the American National Security Guard NSA to destroy cryptocurrencies in a new film that is still in the shooting phase.
It was learned that a new movie called “Decrypted” about Satoshi Nakamoto, who is the creator of Bitcoin and who (or who) is still unknown, is in the production phase.
According to Bitcoin.com, in the movie, Nakamoto is kidnapped or even tortured by the American National Security Division NSA to help the state destroy cryptocurrencies.
The film, which is in the comedy category in IMDB, is written by Mick Sands and the director is Tom Sands. The movie’s IMDB statement includes the following statements:
“An incompatible NSA unit in the film, which is a provocative black humor, is kidnapping Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin, and torturing him to give him the information to destroy the cryptocurrencies”
The role of Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin, is played by Akie Kotabe, starring opposite Oscar-nominated actress Salma Hayek in the 2014 action thriller Everly.
Director Phil Harris also said that screenwriter Mick Sands loves cryptocurrencies, and they did a lot of research not only on Nakamoto, but also on Bitcoin, during the film’s production. Harris also stated that the hostility of the US government towards Bitcoin is also very excited.
Another Bitcoin movie is coming
On the other hand, it was learned that the Winklevoss brothers also sponsored a Bitcoin movie. It was learned that the twins will contribute to the adaptation of Ben Mezrich’s book Bitcoin Billionaires to the cinema.