Craig Wright Slips Up in Bitcoin Speech Referencing How He Read, or Wrote Satoshi’s Whitepaper
- Craig Wright forgot mentioning he is Satoshi Nakamoto
- Wright is also starting legal action against those claiming he is not the creator of Bitcoin
Craig Wright, who claims to be the creator of Bitcoin (BTC), has been talking at a conference in Toronto. During the meeting, he talked about the most popular digital asset, but he forgot mentioning he invented the digital currency.
Mr. Wright claims that he is the creator of Bitcoin and has been taking legal action against those claiming the contrary.
Craig Wright Fogets Mentioning He Created Bitcoin
During a conference in Toronto, Craig Wright talked about Bitcoin and the crypto market in general. However, during the event, he said:
“There’s this whole section, I remember some white paper back in 2008, had this section on how identity worked in Bitcoin. I remember reading it… probably when I wrote it… and there was this different way of doing things.”
#faketoshi slipping up here like he always does:
"I remember reading about it"
Is not what you say when you wrote it….
— Danny (@danny_knight) June 14, 2019
It is worth mentioning that Mr. Wright decied to commence legla action against individuals claiming that he is a fraud. For example, the recognized Bitcoin podcaster Peter McCormack and the Twitter user “Hodlonaut,” were the first individuals targetted.
Moreover, Adam Back, the CEO of Blockstream, and Vitalik Buterin, the co-founder of Ethereum (ETH), received also legal notices from lawyers representing Wright.
Craig Wright has also been accused of stealing 1.1 million BTC from Dave Kleiman, a computer security expert, that worked with Mr. Wright and that passed away a few years ago.