On October 10, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences presented the prize to Douglas Diamond of the University of Chicago
Philip Dybvig of the University of St. Louis, and Ben Bernanke, a former chair of the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Current member of the Brookings Institute, for their "research on banks and financial crises."
Earlier last week, Twitter user Lucho Poletti presented the Satoshi case.
In 2008, Bernanke created money out of thin air to bail out the banks that stoked the subprime loan bubble that resulted in the world financial catastrophe.
Through the separation of money and state, Satoshi developed the #Bitcoin currency system, which grants economic freedom to all people. Satoshi ought to get the Nobel Prize.