News began at 2:25 a.m., when PlanB tweeted, “Just woke up to see my account suspended and all 300k followers gone. No explanation from twitter, no dm, nothing. Does anybody know what happened? More accounts having this problem? @twitter, @twittersupport, @jack HELP!!!”
Bitcoin.org says Wright is wrong, refuses to delete ‘his’ Bitcoin Whitepaper
Self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto Craig Wright’s copyright claim to own the Bitcoin Whitepaper led to the website taunting him to cryptographically prove that he is the real Bitcoin creator
Lawyers representing the Australian nChain chief scientist have demanded that Bitcoin.org and BitcoinCore.org take down their copies of Satoshi Nakamoto’s Bitcoin whitepaper—claiming that this amounts to copyright infringement. But in a blistering blog post, Bitcoin.org said it was having none of it—and declared that it was refusing to unpublish the whitepaper because “these claims are without merit.”
Is it a good idea to buy Bitcoin right now?
Crypto enthusiasts are proclaiming that BTC has the potential to double from its current price point, but history shows gaining exposure now is a strategy fraught with risk
With Bitcoin romping to new all-time highs of $23,770 without stopping for breath—and the surge winning coverage in national news outlets that wouldn’t normally touch crypto with a 10-foot pole—curious investors are now examining digital assets for the first time.
EXCLUSIVE: Craig Wright case witness fears murder, kidnapping
In an unreleased transcript, lawyers for someone who the people suing Wright want to question asked a judge to keep their client’s name secret out of fear of being targeted by criminals
In an unreleased transcript obtained by Modern Consensus of the lawsuit seeking half of the $10 billion in bitcoins the real Nakamoto mined at the beginning of the bitcoin project—which Craig Wright has said he possesses—lawyers for an unnamed third-party pleaded with the judge not to release his or her name to the public for fear of extortion or murder.