The cryptocurrency market is rife with controversies, with the main question concerning the actual identity of the person behind the Satoshi Nakamoto pseudonym. Craig Wright, nChain’s Chief Scientist, grabbed headlines after he claimed that he was the legendary creator of Bitcoin [BTC]. However, these speculations have been shot down several times after allegations that Wright was faking and misrepresenting evidence.
The latest cryptocurrency proponent to go all out against Wright is Riccardo Spagni, the lead developer at Monero. He tweeted about Jameson Lopp’s Craig Wright article being geo-blocked in the UK and Australia. Spagni’s tweet read,
“If you’re in the UK or Australia and want to read up on how Craig Wright is a massive fraud, I’ve got you covered fam.http://archive.is/kBv6T”
He also followed up with additional archive links, all of which contained evidence pointing to the fact that Wright was not Satoshi. Yiros, a cryptocurrency enthusiast, commented on Spagni’s tweet by saying,
‘I’m in Australia.I already know he is a fraud. Apologies on behalf of a nation.”
Jameson Lopp’s piece on Craig Wright titled, “How many Wrongs Make a Wright?” was an extensive coverage of all the claims made by Wright and the rebuttals proving that he was lying. Lopp started his article by stating,
“In other articles and on social media, some people have called into question Craig Wright’s character on a personal level and tried to establish patterns of fraudulent business practices not specifically related to the matter at hand. While my research led me to examine these allegations, I decided to narrow the focus of this particular article on evidence solely as it relates to Wright’s claims that he is Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin.”
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