Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin was in the process of handing complete control over Bitcoin development to Gavin Andresen, as he had expressed the desire to move on to other projects. In April 2011, Gavin Andresen announced that he was invited to give a talk at the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Headquarters that June, regarding Bitcoin. He was paid $3,000 to cover travel, time and expenses.
Shortly thereafter, Satoshi Nakamoto went “dark” and has never been heard from again.
In-Q-Tel (IQT), the venture arm of the CIA, makes a strategic investment in Immersive Wisdom, whose VR, AR, and MR geospatial collaboration and intelligence software platform is used for Battlespace Situational Awareness, Mission Planning and Execution, and Intelligence Analysis, among others.
Keyhole, Inc. was founded by John Hanke (who previously worked in a “foreign affairs” position within the U.S. government). The company was named after the old “eye-in-the-sky” military satellites. One of the key, early backers of Keyhole was a firm called In-Q-Tel.
Keyhole’s noteworthy public product was “Earth.” Renamed to “Google Earth” after Google acquired Keyhole in 2004.
In 2010, Niantic Labs was founded (inside Google) by Keyhole’s founder, John Hanke.
In 2015, Niantic was spun off from Google and became its own company. Then Pokémon Go was developed and launched by Niantic.
As the first booklet in an ongoing series, MK-ULTRA is a perfect introduction to all those interested in horror, science fiction or history. MK-ULTRA was an all-encompassing military project with the sole purpose of finding all the ways that human behavior can be manipulated and controlled against the victim’s will.
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