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10 facts that prove that Craig Wright is not the real Satoshi Nakamoto

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A lot of people in the past has tried to claim that they are Satoshi. Let's discuss 10 reasons why Craig Wright is not the real Satoshi Nakamoto.

Everyone is aware of the impact that bitcoin has marked on today’s world. However, huge the success bitcoin gained in the financial market, more is the mystery about the inventor of bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto. Satoshi Nakamoto created bitcoin in 2008 and made it an open source in the year 2009. But Satoshi disappeared in 2010. No one knows how to salute Satoshi, whether he or she or they!

A lot of people in the past has tried to claim that they are Satoshi, however, all the claims have been proved and till date, no one has the identity of Satoshi. In this article, we will discuss 10 reasons why Craig Wright is not the real Satoshi Nakamoto.

 

1. Craig Wright has not proven the ownership of the private keys of Satoshi. Although he tried to make the non-technical journalists fool by presenting the verification scripts, even any average student using cmd (command line) tools can find out the deception in the verification script that he was trying to show as a proof of ownership of Satoshi’s private keys.

 

2. Jimmy Song, a famous Bitcoin developer and one of the popular person on Youtube for crypto space recently had few harsh words for the Craigh claims for Satoshi. Jimmy said that he believes that Wright holds zero credibility to be Satoshi and no one should listen to his false claims. He made fun of Wright by saying that Craig Wright is just like a fat kid who falsely claims that have a pretty girlfriend.

 

3. Even Vitalik Buterin, a famous personality in crypto space denied the opinions of Craig to be Satoshi. In one of his interviews, he said that if he really was Satoshi, he could have proved by a simple private key but he presented a complex and bogus proof to the public to prove that he was Satoshi. He said that he believes that all the claims by Craig are false.

 

4. Even if Craig was Satoshi, why a person would show the world that he owns million of bitcoin in the cryptographic way of proof so that anyone can easily steal that billion worthy digital coins? I mean just for the sake of proving the identity, why would someone invite the hackers to steal all the bitcoin? This seems completely irrelevant.

 

5. Craig in his process to prove himself tried to fool all by using two similar words ‘signature’ and ‘signiture’. In his script, at one place he defined as ‘signature’ and while running the script, he used the word ‘signiture’. Anyone can understand this bogus proof easily just by having a careful look on the script that he portrayed.

 

6. John McAfee, a famous personality in computer programming and McAfee group, publicly denied the claims of Craig. He said the definitely, Craig is not the real Satoshi Nakamoto. He further added that he knew who the true Satoshi is. He has known him from the past. As per him, Satoshi is neither a committee nor the Craig Wright. Satoshi is a single and very intelligent individual.

 

7. There is no special event for Craig to prove that he is the real Satoshi Nakamoto. If he was the real Satoshi, he could have presented him in the public in the past when the bitcoin was on the peak. Also, when asked about the same in an interview, Craig Wright has no proper answer to it. Why would a person hide his identity when his creation was ruling the world and all of a sudden he would reveal his identity having no special event or reason? This is really not acceptable of Craig’s claims.

 

8. In one of the papers published by real Satoshi, he mentioned about some age of twenties. If this is taken as the age of Satoshi at that time then, this makes an incompatible age difference between Craig and the real Satoshi. Craig has his year of birth as 1970 and the paper published was in 2009-2010. So, if this assumption of the word twenty and age in a single line to be talking about Satoshi’s age is assumed true, then for sure Craig is not Satoshi.

 

9. Craig has stopped claiming himself as Satoshi Nakamoto these days after a lot of people cam publicly and thrashed the claims made by Craig. In a recent interview when asked about a question that is he the real Satoshi, he refused to answer directly. He has already been titled as a ‘faketoshi’! Why a person would refuse to accept his own identity even if some people of a society are not believing him? It is very difficult to digest.

 

10. The same day, when Craig Wright published his fake public cryptographic proof to claim as the real Satoshi and met Gavin Andresen, one news came that Anderson’s commit access to the Bitcoin Core was removed and the core team was concerned that it was probably hacked. This also gives the sign that Craig’s proof was not so much true and maybe someone on his behalf tried to hack bitcoin core accesses to steal some data and help Craig to claim.

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  1. Pingback: 10 facts that prove that Craig Wright is not the real Satoshi Nakamoto - Satoshiuncle

  2. Derman

    February 16, 2019 at 9:37 pm

    Really?! What these 10 facts only prove is that bunch of people do not believe that CSW is SN… And coincidentially they have huge financial pressure to do so

  3. Matt

    March 9, 2019 at 6:31 am

    I was aged twenty-one when SHA2 was publicly released also the same year I was asked to solve the Byzantine Generals Problem October 2001 first year of a four year MEng in Electronic & Computer Engineering. The persons known as Nick Szabo and Miguel Castro were both there. Wei Dai came the next year. The summer before I read about the upcoming public release of SHA2 in The New Scientist magazine. Around that time I was doing SETI at Home hashing to earn points. My girl friend of the time birthday is the day after Bitcoin Pizza day.

    Also I was reading up and messing about with the original Ripple project early 2011 the months before it became the Ripple project we know today.

    No I do not have the Satoshi Wallet or know where it is I did (probably) CPU mine bitcoin although I do not know where any of them went.

    As for the GMX email address well GMX was originally a homebrew handheld gaming console project that turned into OpenPandora that I was interested in.

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Alert: GotSatoshi Reveals the Real Identity of Satoshi Nakamoto?

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A new website called GotSatoshi now claims to know the real identity of the founder bitcoin Satoshi Nakamoto.Here is what they revelead.

The identity of Satoshi Nakamoto is one of the biggest secrets in the world, especially in the cryptocurrency industry. A lot of people have speculated the real identity of the bitcoin founder and some people such as Craig Wright has even self-proclaimed themselves to be Satoshi Nakamoto. A new website called GotSatoshi now claims to know the real identity of the founder bitcoin Satoshi Nakamoto.

 

Where in the world is Satoshi: The Countdown ends

The website ran a countdown and also posted on their official twitter account claiming to know the real identity of the founder of bitcoin.

 

The countdown which ended just a few minutes back (from the time of publication) revealed a video which is actually marketing a news website called PaiNews. It seems that it was just another joke or a method of fooling and attracting traffic to the website.

 

What are your thoughts on such lame jokes or methods of attracting traffic? Tell us in the comments section below.

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Kevin O’Leary from Shark Tank calls Bitcoin: Garbage and a Useless Currency

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During an interview with the CNBC, Kevin O'Leary from Shark Tank said that according to him Bitcoin is garbage and a useless currency.

During an interview with the CNBC, Kevin O’Leary from Shark Tank said that according to him Bitcoin is garbage and a useless currency.

 

Kevin O’Leary calls Bitcoin Worthless

Famous as the founder of Softkey, a startup that earns annual revenue of around $29 million and a host on the American business reality series Shark Tank, Kevin O’Leary is a celebrity amongst the business class in the United States of America.

 

During the interview published on 14th May 2019, Kevin expressed his thoughts over the king of cryptocurrencies bitcoin and called it a useless currency as the people who accept it just wants to hedge against the high volatility of the virtual currency. This comes in the midst of the current bitcoin surge as the virtual currency doubled its value in just a few days from below $4000 to more than $8000.

 

Kevin also explained why he has such negative views on bitcoin giving the instance of how once he tried using bitcoin for a real estate transaction in Switzerland. He said that it is not possible to get in and out of bitcoin while transacting in huge amounts.

 

He also gave an example stating that if one wants to buy real estate in Switzerland for $10 million. The seller wants a guarantee that the value comes back to him as currency at ten and the buyer has to hedge the risk of the cryptocurrency, hence it is not a real currency. Kevin said that the seller or the receiver would never want to take the risk of such high volatility and thus BTC is worthless.

 

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Amazon Owned Whole Foods, Other Big Retailers Start Accepting Bitcoin

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Whole Foods, which is owned and operated by the e-commerce giant Amazon and other big retailers are now going to accept payments in bitcoin.

Whole Foods, which is owned and operated by the e-commerce giant Amazon and other big retailers are now going to accept payments in bitcoin.

 

Whole Foods and Others accepting Bitcoin using Spedn:

A company called Flexa in collaboration with Gemini exchange which is owned by the Winklevoss Twins has managed to persuade a lot of big retailers including Nordstrom, Crate and Barrel & Whole Foods to configure the same scanners that they are already using for payments from other digital wallets like Apple Pay to work with their cryptocurrency payments app called Spedn.

 


Everything is handled on the backend of the application so that the cashier need not even have heard of bitcoin, let alone understand how to manage payment in cryptocurrency. The merchant has the choice in receiving immediately converted fiat or actually taking and holding the cryptocurrency.

 

The Spedn app lets consumers pay in bitcoin, bitcoin cash, ethereum and GUSD (Gemini Dollar), the Gemini backed stablecoin.

 

This new solution actually uses the existing systems and offers really only upsides for the companies as they don’t have to do any special training for their staff and there is no new hardware required and just a software upgrade.

 

It is worth noting that this is still in its early experimental stages for all the retailers which are cooperating with this scheme and things may of course change in the future. The thing to keep in mind here is that Bakkt is likely launching a massive payment processing service for cryptocurrency in the very near future as well and it could be a big competitor to what Gemini and Flexa are offering.

 

The company will also need to prove itself with consumers and get people to actually go out, download and use the Spedn app.

 

Can this be a game changer in retailer adoption of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies? Let us know about your thoughts in the comments section below.

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