Craig Wright, who claims to be Satoshi Nakamoto in a mysterious message created by a miner from the early days of Bitcoin, is called “swashbuckle and dishonest”. The interesting thing is that the addresses where the message is signed are the same addresses that Wright uses to prove that he is Satoshi Nakamoto!
In a message signed with 145 wallets containing Bitcoins issued in the early years, Craig Wright, who claims to be “Satoshi Nakamoto”, is called “swashbuckle and dishonest.”
Wright has been trying to prove that he was Satoshi Nakamoto, the inventor of Bitcoin, for many years. To this end, he showed the addresses that he claimed were his own and hosted more than 1 million BTC in total. Today, there has been a kind of development that will refute Wright’s claim. 145 addresses that signed the message that was described as “swashbuckler and dishonest” for Wright are among the addresses that Wright claims to belong to! In the message, “Craig Steven Wright is a braggart and a crook. They have no keys to sign this message. […] We are all Satoshi. ” It said.
The addresses that signed the message were determined to be addresses from 2009. This led to the thought that the message might have been signed by Satoshi Nakamoto. As it is known, Bitcoin was launched in the same year. However, the blocks in question remain outside the “Patoshi” patterns. This does not allow for a definitive judgment that the message is not the owner of the message, while undermining the possibility that it is the original inventor of Bitcoin.
There are 7200 BTC at 145 addresses
All of the 145 addresses that signed the message were created in 2009 and 2010. Currently, a total of 7200 BTC is held at these addresses. 7200 BTC is $ 63 million at current prices.