About Satoshi's Journal

Satoshi's Journal is inspired by the plebs for the plebs. Our mission is to provide education about Bitcoin and world news about Bitcoin projects that plebs are working on. We believe that "if we fix the money, we can fix the world".

Our Team Members

Jeremy Garcia

Jeremy Garcia


Jeremy has worked for the federal government for 15+ years as a Civil/Agriculture Engineer.

He wrote 8 articles for Bitcoin Magazine and decided to start his own Bitcoin publication.  He thought that there was a need for a different Bitcoin publication in the form of promoting pleb stories, world-centric news, creative writing, art, pleb businesses and compensation of content creators.  It was through these ambitions and his great team that Satoshi’s Journal was born.

Jeremy is a proud parent of a 2 yr old son.

Jeremy enjoys hunting and fishing. He owns a small farm in New Mexico, where he raises miniature goats and donkeys.

Jeremy enjoys studying Bitcoin, Geopolitics, Monetary History, Sports, Agriculture, Real Estate, Retirement Planning, Technology and more.

Oluwasegun Kosemani


Oluwasegun Kosemani is the Co-Founder and COO of Satoshi’s Journal.

He has in-depth experience in building and designing financial technology solutions for legacy banks. He’s currently the Founder/CEO of Botmecash, a Bitcoin only exchange in Nigeria.

Olu as he’s fondly called draws his experience from multiple international travel exposure and from closely working with top tier government functionaries in Nigeria. Nicknamed Koschmann Lamilami, Olu’s hands on experience in the entertainment and media industry qualifies him as part of the intelligent team at Satoshi’s Journal.

Oluwasegun teaches children age 5 – 9 years old Bitcoin education, not leaving out youths and adults.

Oluwasegun is a proud dad of precious daughter Diamond.


Business Inclusion Manager

Saidah is the Business Inclusion Manager at Satoshi’s Journal. She goes by the name Sai for short.

Saidah loves to travel and meet people and this has made her realize that, “we have more in common than we realize.”

Saidah has visited over 30 different countries & territories on six continents.

She became a Bitcoin enthusiast in 2017 and as she learns about monetary policy, she has seen how Bitcoin is a useful tool to drive financial inclusion.

Saidah’s goal at Satoshi’s Journal is to host podcasts to dispel the myth that Bitcoin is only for a certain type of person.

She would like to spread the message that Bitcoin is truly for everyone through the stories of regular plebs.

She excitedly welcomes everyone with the message, “Maybe one day YOU”ll be on an episode!”

DJ Satoshi

Head of Strategy

DJ is a passionate Bitcoin educator. He loves creating solutions and helping others, which is why he loves learning and teaching about Bitcoin and believes in the motto of “fix the money, fix the world”.

DJ is the head of strategy and project manager for Satoshi’s Journal and is always open for discussion on how we can educate billions of people around the world about Bitcoin.

You are welcome to contact DJ via email  or speak with him during the “Bitcoin is Freedom” Twitter space, which he hosts three times a week on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.


Content Creator

Phil is a content creator at Satoshi’s Journal. He is a high school math teacher from New Hampshire.
Phil is a friendly guy who enjoys electronic dance music, New England sports, video games, writing, learning and teaching others about Bitcoin!
He creates content on TikTok for Satoshi’s Journal and also writes articles about Bitcoin.
It is his dream to connect his passions of music and Bitcoin to create a Bitcoin music label. Stay tuned for more on that!

Dawdu M. Amantanah

Senior Writer and Editor

Dawdu M. Amantanah is the Senior Writer and Editor at Satoshi’s Journal.

He began his career as a published author in 2015. He has curated many articles through publications such as Bitcoin Magazine and Black Bitcoin Billionaires.

His Stacking Sats is the New Black Series, highlights the synergy bitcoin creates for plebs and disenfranchised communities.

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