“He’s wearing a rumpled T-shirt, old blue jeans and white gym socks, without shoes, like he has left the house in a hurry. His hair is unkempt, and he has the thousand-mile stare of someone who has gone weeks without sleep.” While that description basically describes every start-up engineer in the Valley, it looks like Newsweek managed to find the reclusive, mystery man who invented Bitcoin. (Good, maybe he can explain exactly what it is.) And get this: It turns out the man who was only known by his online name, Satoshi Nakamoto, is actually named Satoshi Nakamoto. Here’s his daughter describing his wariness when it comes to the government: “When I was little, there was a game we used to play. He would say, ‘Pretend the government agencies are coming after you.’ And I would hide in the closet.”