Published on : 2017-05-22 20:54:55

Wright has indeed shown he owns some of the earliest blocks, which are all thought to be mined and owned by Nakamoto.   While Wright fits the profile of Nakamoto to a degree, it s possible that he obtained the cryptographic proof from someone else — perhaps prominent Bitcoin figure Hal Finney, who died in 2014. Even with cryptographic proof that Wright is Satoshi, and the confirmation of key Bitcoin developers, a lingering doubt remains.   Wright s motivation for revealing his identity as Nakamoto is to end the seemingly endless media speculation about his identity. An in-depth Newsweek story in March 2014 (which now appears to have been pulled) wrongly identified computer scientist Dorian Nakamoto as the maker of Bitcoin.

Near the end of the interview, Wright makes it very clear that he will never accept any award, money or help from anyone. But even if he s not Nakamoto himself, or if Nakamoto is, as some claim, a group of persons instead of a single individual, it will be very interesting to see what will Wright do next. Furthermore, Gavin Andresen, the chief scientist at the Bitcoin Foundation, has recently met with Wright and subsequently wrote a blog post saying he believes Wright s claims to be genuine. The father of Bitcoin revealed: Craig Wright says he s Satoshi Nakamoto Image: BBC The real identity of elusive Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto is reportedly Australian entrepreneur Craig Steven Wright. He also claims this is his last ever TV interview.

He maintained, though, that he does not want the public s spotlight on him, and that he revealed his identity out of necessity. Wright has been outed as the creator of Bitcoin by Gizmodo, both of which were sent a trove of documents indicating that Wright is, in fact, Nakamoto. .VeChain.
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