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A California man named Dorian Prentice Satoshi Nakamoto denies having anything to do with Bitcoin. He rejected Newsweek's ...
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SHOTLIST:ASSOCIATED PRESS - AP CLIENTS ONLYLos Angeles - 6 March, 20141. Mid, Nakamoto seated, two AP staffers bring in Sushi2. Close, Sushi on plate3. SOUNDBITE (English) Dorian S. Nakamoto, denies involvement in creation of Bitcoin (Transcript Below)---ASSOCIATED PRESS - AP CLIENTS ONLYTokyo - 10 February, 20144. Mid, cellphone doing bitcoin transaction5. Close, men holding cellphones together6. Close, Singapore Bitcoin wallet card---ASSOCIATED PRESS - AP CLIENTS ONLYLos Angeles - 6 March, 20147. Mid, Nakamoto seated, eating sushi8. SOUNDBITE (English) Dorian S. Nakamoto, denies involvement in creation of Bitcoin (Transcript Below)---ASSOCIATED PRESS - AP CLIENTS ONLYTemple City, California - 6 March, 20149. Wide, Nakamoto's home, car drives by10. Close, street sign, zoom out to street---ASSOCIATED PRESS - AP CLIENTS ONLYTokyo - 10 February, 201411. Close, various Bitcoin objects---ASSOCIATED PRESS - AP CLIENTS ONLYLos Angeles - 6 March, 201412. SOUNDBITE (English) Dorian S. Nakamoto, denies involvement in creation of Bitcoin (Transcript Below)13. Close, Nakamoto's homes, looking at smartphone14. SOUNDBITE (English) Dorian S. Nakamoto, denies involvement in creation of Bitcoin (Transcript Below)15. Wide, Nakamoto at table with AP staffers16. Mid, Nakamoto gets up, starts walking17. Mid, Nakamoto walking outVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:TRACK-1A MAN FROM LOS ANGELES IS DENYING A REPORT THAT HE IS THE CREATOR OF THE CONTROVERSIAL ONLINE CURRENCY, BITCOIN.64-YEAR-OLD DORIAN NAKAMOTO IS STRONGLY REJECTING THE NEWSWEEK COVER STORY THAT SAYS HE WROTE BITCOIN'S COMPUTER CODE UNDERPINNINGS.NAKAMOTO GAVE HIS SIDE OF THE STORY OVER A SUSHI LUNCH, DURING AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.SOUNDBITE (English) Dorian S. Nakamoto, denies involvement in creation of Bitcoin"The main reason I'm here is to clear my name that I have nothing to do with Bitcoin. Nothing to do with developing. I was just an engineer doing something else."TRACK-2BITCOIN'S CREATOR HAS BEEN A MYSTERY SINCE ITS BIRTH IN 2009.THE CREATOR IS KNOWN AS SATOSHI NAKAMOTO.DORIAN NAKAMOTO ADMITS, THAT'S HIS BIRTH NAME, AND HE LATER TOOK ON THE NAME DORIAN, PARTLY TO SOUND MORE WESTERN.SOUNDBITE (English) Dorian S. Nakamoto, denies involvement in creation of Bitcoin"Satoshi is not that common (for a name). And then when you put telecom engineer in there. That makes it pretty a zero in kind of thing. But I still am saying that I'm not involved with that."TRACK-3NAKAMOTO ALSO SAYS A MISUNDERSTANDING LED TO A KEY PART OF THE NEWSWEEK ARTICLE.THE ARTICLE QUOTES HIM AS TELLING A REPORTER OUTSIDE HIS HOME, 'I AM NO LONGER INVOLVED IN THAT AND I CANNOT DISCUSS THAT.NAKAMOTO SAYS HE WAS TALKING ABOUT HIS ENGINEERING WORK, NOT BITCOIN, AS THE ARTICLE SAYS.SOUNDBITE (English) Dorian S. Nakamoto, denies involvement in creation of Bitcoin"It's not like… It sounded like I was involved before with bitcoin. But no, that's not what I meant. I want to clarify that."TRACK-4NAKAMOTO ALSO SAYS THE NEWSWEEK STORY GOT MANY ASPECTS OF HIS LIFE RIGHT, LIKE QUOTES FROM HIS CHILDREN, AND HIS MEDICAL HISTORY.SOUNDBITE (English) Dorian Nakamoto, Denies Involvement in Bitcoin Creation"Jeez, oh jeez. That too? Oh man."TRACK-5NEWSWEEK SAYS IT STANDS BY THE STORY, AND NEWSWEEK WRITER LEAH MCGRATH GOODMAN ASSERTS HER EXCHANGE WITH NAKAMOTO WAS NOT MISUNDERSTOOD.SANDY KOZEL, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.