Infamous businessman Craig Wright once said that he is Satoshi Nakamoto. He did this in response to the request of the Commission on trade commodity futures U.S. (CFTC) to provide information on the mechanics and markets of scriptaction. Supposedly, in 1997, Wright under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto launched the project, which is then handed to the Australian government under the AusIndustry. According to him, in the Division of Innovation this project is listed under the name BlackNet.
Recall Wright at the end of December 2015 began to claim that he is the Creator of Bitcoin. Even laid out some documents in attempts to confirm his words. Naturally, it took for an impostor, but to surrender it was not intended. Then Craig promised the community to set in motion the first bitcoins mined by Satoshi immediately after the formation of the cryptocurrency. A few days later he refused to do it. It seems that until now no one believed in his words.
In response, the CFTC Wright continued to criticize the technology and control mechanisms bloccano and attacked the Ethereum.
Efirom — like a bad copy of Bitcoin. It was designed to work with smart contracts and to implement the various scenarios, which was originally planned for Bitcoin, but the kernel developers has rejected them. But these functions had to allow completely anonymous transactions.
In addition, according to Wright, the Ethereum network can not be scaled and has reached its limit of computing power.
The Ethereum is only used for fraud involving money. In turn, the Bitcoin can be restructured so that it scales infinitely. The only way to achieve scaling of Ethereum is to stop copy all with Bitcoin.
Such statements Wright once again provoked seething on Twitter. Now many users insist that he did go somewhere first mined bitcoin wallet of Satoshi. More data look at cryptodata.
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