Coinbase Chief Executive Armstrong sold $291.8 million in shares on opening dayCoinbase (COIN.O) Chief Executive Brian Armstrong sold about $292 million in shares in total during the cryptocurrency exchange's first day of trading on the Nasdaq in the past week, according to regulatory filings.1
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OPINION: If Satoshi Nakamoto hasn’t sold any of his coins yet, he never will.In their filing for a public listing on the NASDAQ exchange, Coinbase [said]( www.marketwatch.com/amp/story/coinbase-ipo-5-things-to-know-about-the-u-s-cryptocurrency-exchange-11614290534 ) that one of its major business risks is the entire crypto market being destabilized if Satoshi Nakamoto is ever revealed or sells his holdings. Researchers estimate that Satoshi Nakamoto possibly mined coins up to block 54,316, capturing 1,125,150 BTC. So let’s be serious here, NOBODY’S hands are that strong. If he hasn’t sold ANY after creating over $60bn in personal wealth essentially “out of thin air” in just over a decade, he almost certainly never will.