Dr. Craig S. Wright’s latest blog post addresses some of the events that we have seen unfold in the blockchain and digital currency space over the past few days.
Using well-known branded platforms, BTC supporters continue to attack the character of Bitcoin's creator and attempt to discredit his vision for what Bitcoin should be.
The interview series between Bitcoin creator Dr. Craig S. Wright and Fabriik's Ryan X. Charles begins on a slightly different note this week, with Charles asking Wright for his opinion on current events.
Dr. Craig Wright began to launch actions against various groups who make the Bitcoin white paper and related materials available on their sites.
Dr. Craig Wright’s recent decision to enforce his copyright claim to the Bitcoin White Paper may have come as a surprise to Bitcoin.org, Bitcoincore.org and Bitcoin.com, but it shouldn’t have.
Lawyers acting on behalf of Dr. Craig S. Wright recently sent the notices to Bitcoin.org, BitcoinCore.org, and Bitcoin.com requesting they remove the content from their sites.
The ownership of the landmark and highly celebrated Bitcoin whitepaper has always rested with its author, Dr. Craig Wright, as a simple matter of copyright law.
Dr. Craig Wright chats with Charles Miller about the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown, William Shakespeare, and the early days of Bitcoin.
Ayre Group and CoinGeek founder Calvin Ayre talks to Jon Southurst about why he thinks the future lies in Asia and with Bitcoin SV’s nanotransaction model.
Following last week's explanation of the first Bitcoin website, this episode looks at Satoshi Nakamoto's post releasing the white paper in October 2008, and the responses to it.
The ruling concerns an appeal by Dr. Wright to overturn an earlier decision in which a High Court judge declined jurisdiction to hear his defamation case against Norway-based Twitter user Magnus Granath.