It is known that firstname.lastname@example.org is the address, which belongs to the world famous inventor of Bitcoin cryptocurrency.
Almost all accounts at forums were attached to this E-mail, but recently strange letters were sent from this address and became suspicious.
Last night the strange letter was sent to the administrator of the Bitcointalk.org forum. In line the sender was genuine address satoshin@gmx .com, but obviously there was not Satoshi's handwriting in the text. The letter contained the following message: "Michael, send some coins to me, until I hired the sniper ". Nakamoto never joked in such a way.
A little bit later somebody left the message for the real Nakamoto at P2P Foundation forum. It was said that all passwords and IP-addresses are on sale in darknet. It was explained that Nakamoto IP-address appeared because of the wrong Tor control, when he used an account in 2010. Also it was said that he was in danger, and that he should leave his location until malefactors harm him. At the end the author of the message thanked Satoshi for Bitcoin invention.
Some people assume that GMX mail service was hacked. For identification, Satoshi used a public key. Now it is forbidden to trust messages from this address without digital signature.
There was a version that Nakamoto's account wasn't hacked, it was simply removed by him because of uselessness. Then somebody could register mailbox with the similar address, though many resources were attached to this box. But this version was false.
The screenshots clearly show that the existing account is hacked.
These screenshots are teaser of the information that was put up for sale for 25 bitcoints, 1.5 of them have already been collected. Once the full amount is accumulated, the information will get public access.
As we can see, email hacking is not new and can be applied not only to the common people, but even to the world-famous personalities.