Craig Wright might not be a doctor after all. The Australian computer scientist who claims to be the creator of Bitcoin has had his doctorate thesis removed from the University due to suspicions of plagiarism. Earlier in May, Charles Sturt University, Melbourne, Australia, had opened an investigation into the allegations against Wright’s publications. Now, reportedly, his
The lawyers of Craig Wright, the self-proclaimed creator of Bitcoin have reportedly sent a letter to Blockstream claiming that Wright was the man behind the addresses that sheltered the stolen Bitcoins from the Mt.Gox hack. Will The Real Hacker Please Stand Up? Australian entrepreneur, Craig Wright has been a popular name in the crypto sphere.
Leading developer of Monero, Riccardo Spagni performs an interactive dance with animations to advertise BTSE (pronounced ‘Bitsy’ exchange). Recently, Spagni stepped down as the lead maintainer of Monero. He held the position for more than five years since the launch of the protocol. His successor will be one of the core developers, alias, “Snipa”. Only
The cryptocurrency markets have seen various imposters claiming to be ‘Satoshi Nakamoto’ – the creator of Bitcoin. The most famous and persistent claims for those who have been made by Craig Wright. He and Calvin Ayre have allegedly staged various attempts, e.g., the Copyright fiasco, in the past to assert the claims. Moreover, Wright is also
Charlie Lee, the lead proponent, and developer of Litecoin [LTC], Riccardo Spagni, lead developer of Monero [XMR], and leading Chinese analyst Samson Mow recently held a joint talk session with the Belgium Angel investor popularly known as WhalePanda on Twitter. They discussed some of the important issues concerning the Bitcoin network and the cryptocurrency markets;
Riccardo Spagni, the lead developer of Monero has recently posted tweets about the lead proponents of Bitcoin SV (Satoshi Vision). Bitcoin SV was forked from Bitcoin Cash (which is yet another fork of Bitcoin) in November 2018. The Hard Fork had caused tremendous volatility in the market while the miners were left with the dilemma
Those who consider Monero (XMR) as an investment, may change their opinion following the discussion of Monero developer with Forbes, Media. Riccardo Spagni, who is working as Developer for Monero claims that ‘it is not an investment but a currency’. Use it as Currency, Not Investment “Monero’s probably not an investment. It’s designed to be