The discovery of a Bitcoin white paper copy on Andy Baio's Mac created frenzy across social media, with many believing Steve Jobs is Satoshi Nakamoto—claims that run counter to legal evidence.
The question of signature has always ranked at the top in the inquiry of Satoshi's identity, but it is only because people are stuck with self-centered and erroneous assumptions.
Following a full day of argument from Magnus Granath’s lawyers, Day 2 of Granath v Wright saw Dr. Craig Wright’s attorney make his opening statements to the Oslo District Court, presenting the core of the defendant’s case.
Andresen was one of the earliest Bitcoin developers and advocates. He got involved with Bitcoin in 2010 and had interacted directly with Satoshi via forum posts and private messages.
Author ZeMing Gao is convinced that Wright is Satoshi, but he stresses that what is even more meaningful is that Satoshi is right.
In a short video, Ryan X. Charles warned that "malicious actors" and disinformation campaigns in Bitcoin and the wider world are limiting what people understand about the world around them.
The plaintiffs have completed examination of two of their significant witnesses, and with lawyers for Dr. Craig Wright getting a good shot at both of them, the shape and tone of the trial are coming into focus.
Never-before-seen evidence was introduced on day two of the Kleiman vs. Wright trial when Patrick Paige, a former colleague of Dave Kleiman testified—and interestingly, Ira Kleiman was not present in the courtroom for day two of the trial.
On this episode of CoinGeek Weekly Livestream, TAAL CEO Stefan Mathews talks about his early encounters with Bitcoin inventor Satoshi Nakamoto, also known as Dr. Craig S. Wright.
In the name of bullishness, BTC has joined the mainstream, and not on Bitcoin’s terms, but completely on the terms of the centralized systems of power that have kept economies planned, stratified and polarized since the beginning of the central bank era.