Craig Wright U-turns on pledge to provide evidence he invented bitcoin | Technology | The Guardian

Alex Hern@alexhernThursday 5 May 2016 13.55 BSTLast modified on Thursday 5 May 2016 15.47 BSTSave for laterCraig Wright, the Australian computer scientist who claimed to be Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of bitcoin, has backtracked on a pledge to provide proof of his earlier claims.Despite promising on Tuesday that he would be offering “extraordinary evidence” to verify his claim that he is really Satoshi Nakamoto, Wright wiped his blog on Thursday, replacing it only with a message headlined: “I’m Sorry.”

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Australian Craig Wright claims he is bitcoin founder Satoshi Nakamoto | Technology | The Guardian

Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright has identified himself as Satoshi Nakamato, the pseudonymous creator of the digital currency bitcoin.Wright, who was named as the cryptocurrency’s founder by two separate media investigations in December, made the admission in a blog post on Monday, providing what he says is technical proof of his claim.

Fuente: Australian Craig Wright claims he is bitcoin founder Satoshi Nakamoto | Technology | The Guardian