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Bitcoin creator” Craig Wright will make no public evidence
The Australian who says he will not publicly publish evidence creator of bitcoin to substantiate that claim. Wright writes to a message on his website “broken” and not be able to have the courage to publish the cryptographic certificate.
Wright begins his message with an apology:. “I’m sorry I thought I could do it I just years of anonymity could leave me But as events unfolded this week, and I prepared me to publish it.. proof of access to the first keys, I broke. I do not have the courage. I can not. ”
The Australian does not invalidate his earlier claim. He refuses publicly to provide evidence that he is Satoshi Nakamoto. Under the pseudonym was released the first bitcoinclient and published the bitcoin Whitepaper. Wright can prove that he Nakamoto is to sign a message with the same key used Nakamoto in the early days of bitcoin. The name Satoshi Nakamoto are more than one million bitcoins, representing a value of at 400 million euros at time of writing.
Monday published BBC, The Economist and GQ articles in which Craig Wright claims to be the creator of bitcoin. He gave evidence before the Committee in a meeting in the presence of journalists and two experts: Jon Matonis and Gavin Andresen. The latter is chief scientist of the bitcoin Foundation and believes , based on his meeting with Wright that it was indeed the inventor.
Proof that Wright has shown during the secret meeting was not made public. The Australian promised after his claim that he would provide the cryptographic proof on his website. However, he published a message that was signed with a signature that appeared to be copied from a transaction from the block chain, which identify by everyone.
Wright offers Matonis Andresen and apologizes because he believes his actions the two experts damage inflicted. Because they believe him, while he did not make public the evidence, their credibility is at stake. Wright writes that he has not cheated the two, but also claims to know that the world will never believe.Viewing:-153
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