Craig Wright: I will move Satco's Bitcoin as proof

The The BBC has published a story which showed Craig Wright as the original creator of the digital coin Bitcoin Satoshi Nakamoto.

 

However, the extremely cautious cryptographic community does not seem to be convinced by Wright's evidence-based techniques given to his media and blog.BitCoin Craig Wright

Read: The Web challenges Craig Wright as the creator of Bitcoin

So Craig Wright promised to provide more evidence to convince him that he is behind the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto.

A Wright spokesman told the BBC he would "move a coin from an early block" of Nakamoto-owned Bitcoin "in the coming days." However, the spokesman did not set a date.

 

You should be aware that the actual Satoshi Nakamoto, should have access to about 1 million Bitcoins (worth 400 million dollars).

 

These Bitcoins have not been moved for seven whole years since Bitcoin's story began. So if Wright can transfer a part of these Bitcoin to a different address, he will prove possession of the private keys of these Bitcoins and hence his claim that he is Satoshi Nakamoto.

 

Why do they call him a fraudster?

 

Wright, to prove his allegations, provided a cryptographic key as proof. The key was accompanied by technical information to convince the cryptographic community that it is behind the nickname Nakamoto.

However, the community did not believe Wright's evidence that eventually showed no public information about Nakamoto.

Robert Graham, a well-known security researcher, published an interesting technique on his blog that says one can create a proof like Wright:

 

So the publication "How Craig Wright's Deception Worked"Demonstrates step-by-step how one can create that key he wants.

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