Dr. Craig Wright has released a statement detailing his thinking behind the recent spate of legal letters that have been sent to certain individuals hosting the Bitcoin white paper.
By taking action against certain misusers of the white paper, Dr. Craig Wright aims to bring awareness to the Bitcoin system that is described within it, and to distinguish the system from others using the Bitcoin name.
In his latest blog post, Dr. Craig Wright addressed many of the current events around the Bitcoin whitepaper, enterprises in Silicon Valley that pilot the BTC protocol, copyright, and intellectual property.
Over the past week, copyright law has triggered a frenzy of media attention and social media talk in the digital currency world.
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.
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.
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.
Property rights, liberty and individual sovereignty apply to the product of anyone’s labor, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.
A panel composed of legal and patent law experts explored topics related to blockchain patents on Day 3 of the CoinGeek Live conference.
Blockchain patent expert Cerian Jones dispel some of the myths about software patents as well as blockchain related patents.