Australian Entrepreneur claim to be the Founder of Bitcoin


There is a mystery about how life was started on the earth and there is another mystery about the mysterious founder of Bitcoin.

But the mystery of the mysterious founder of Bitcoin may reveal pretty soon because an Australian entrepreneur is claiming that he founded Bitcoin. And obviously and immediately developers of the digital currency expressed doubt about his claim.

Mr. Craig Steven Wright

Craig Steven Wright is a computer entrepreneur and told The Economist, BBC and GQthat he was the founder of Bitcoin. Adding to the claim he said he had been forced to come forward because so many people were pursuing him.

In his News release, he said that “I didn’t take the decision lightly to make my identity public and I want to be clear that I’m doing this because I care so passionately about my work, and also to dispel any negative myths and fears about Bitcoin.”

Bitcoin was founded as a digital competitor to the existing currencies. There are other virtual currencies also and has increased the competition for the bitcoin!

If you have read about Bitcoin you may know that the name of the found of Bitcoin was Satoshi Nakamoto, then how this Australian entrepreneur is claiming to be a founder of Bitcoin. Well, Satoshi Nakamoto always communicated by an Electronic message and nothing else and in 2011 Satoshi cut off all communications and never revealed his or her true identity.

Certain people also tried to find out about the true identity behind Satoshi Nakamoto, and in 2014, Newsweek claimed that the founder was Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto, a physicist living in California. But he denied being a founder.

To back up the latest claim of MR. Wright, BBC said that Mr. Wright had provided signed messages using cryptographic keys completely linked to Bitcoin generated y Satoshi Nakamoto.

Mr. Wright was first identified as Satoshi Nakamoto in December 2015 by Gizmodo and Wired Magazine. As soon as those articles were published Australian Federal Police raided Mr. Wright’s home in a suburb of Sydney by giving reasons of the tax investigation.

And then at that time, Australian authorities said they had determined that Mr. Wright was Not Satoshi Nakamoto. Whereas Gavin Andersen, who worked with Satoshi Nakamoto wrote on his blog that he believed Mr. Wright’s claim, Gavin was a Lead Bitcoin developer. He also wrote that “After spending time with him, I am convinced beyond a reasonable doubt: Craig Wright is Satoshi. During our meeting, I saw the brilliant, opinionated, focused, generous — and privacy-seeking — person that matches the Satoshi I worked with six years ago.”
The story doesn’t end here, another lead developers working with Bitcoin’s basic software, Gregory Maxwell, said that the evidence presented by Mr. Wirght was not enough to convince him. “It demonstrates no connection between this person and Bitcoin’s creation,” he wrote in an email to The New York Times.

In charge of Bitcoin discussion Boards and a programmer , Michael Marquardt, wrote on Reddit under his handle “theymos” that Mr. wright’s new writing suggested an effort to deceive the public.
So the current picture is that Mr. Maxwell and Mr. Marquardt stand in opposition to Mr. Andersen and Mr. Wright. So whom you stand with Mr. Wright and Mr. Andersen or Mr. Maxwell and Mr. Marquardt? Leave your thoughts in the comment section below.

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