• "Soy un perdedor, I'm a loser baby..." (via Shutterstuck).
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    Loser.com now points to Craig Wright’s Wikipedia page

    One of the Internet’s best trolls previously took aim at presidents and musicians before targeting self-proclaimed Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto

    Craig Wright has joined the ranks of illustrious citizens formally declared losers by a man who has been called the Internet’s best troll. The website loser.com now redirects to nChain founder and self-declared Bitcoin creator Craig Wright’s Wikipedia page. Wright was nearly jailed last week after throwing a document while on the stand in a Florida courtroom, in a case that could prove if he is the pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto.

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    Craig Wright says anyone else claiming to be Satoshi Nakamoto is a criminal

    The self-proclaimed Bitcoin creator seeks to take the Bitcoin name away from the BTC cryptocurrency

    Craig Wright said this week that anyone else saying they are Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto is a criminal. He also intends to reclaim the Bitcoin name from the version that currently bears the BTC symbol and bestow it on his own Bitcoin Satoshi Version—or Bitcoin SV—which he claims is the “real” Bitcoin.

  • Craig Wright (photo by Brendan Sullivan for Modern Consensus).
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    US Copyright Office says Craig Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto

    The Bitcoin SV founder’s claim to be Satoshi Nakamoto was boosted by a copyright registration grant, but is still far from proven

    Craig Wright’s much-derided claim to be Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto got a big boost from the U.S. copyright office today. On May 21, the wealthy nChain founder was granted copyright registration for the original whitepaper—”Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System”—as well as the original Bitcoin source code.

  • Craig Wright (photo by Brendan Sullivan for Modern Consensus).
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    Craig Wright ordered to prove he owns Satoshi Nakamoto’s bitcoin

    A lawsuit will force the Bitcoin billionaire to provide public addresses of a horde thought to be mined by crypto’s founder

    The Bitcoin billionaire and self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto has been ordered by a Florida court to produce records under oath of all the bitcoin he owned at the end of 2013, as well as details of a 2011 trust thought to contain approximately 1.1 million bitcoin now worth more than $6 billion.