Chinese Economics Textbook Unveils Dr. Craig Wright As Creator Of Bitcoin
Some reports are showing that an economics textbook shows the true name of Bitcoin’s creator is not actually Satoshi Nakamoto, but Dr. Craig Wright. This publishing impacts many of the universities in China. It was written by Frederic Mishkin, who calls Wright an “Australian geek,” considering his role in inventing Bitcoin almost a decade ago.
Dr. Wright has already credited himself with creating Bitcoin in recent history. In fact, there’s even been a wide array of news stories and Bitcoin community members that have said that Dr. Wright has used Satoshi Nakamoto’s keys while signing messages. This tense issue has caused a lot of problems and contention in the market, which resulted in Dr. Wright abstaining from the discussion.
Despite the lack of comments, he has still maintained a relatively active role in the crypto world, presently working for Nchain. He publicly supports Bitcoin Cash, saying that it’s the “true bitcoin” that the industry was supposed to be using with peer-to-peer transactions.
The discovery of the textbook claim comes from journalist Jasmine Solana, which comes from the sixth edition of The Economics of Money, Banking, and Financial Markets. Though the original copy was in English, it was translated into Chinese. Other colleges, like Princeton and MIT, make references to the creator of Bitcoin, but only calls them by Satoshi Nakamoto.
Most recently, Dr. Wright and Nchain have been developing academic papers as part of a series on different topics that involve the technical side of the crypto world. Additionally, the company has recently created a toolkit that is specifically meant for BCD developers in the marketplace.
In the Chinese textbook, there’s also the claim that the term “Bitcoin Cash” is being trademarked by a Hawaiian man named Ronald Keala. This decision is most likely to be due to his claims that he’s the real Satoshi Nakamoto. To make his claim more legitimate, he has been working to purchase different domains and even IP rights as part of his efforts.