Mac Developer: Craig Wright loudly claims “I am Satoshi Nakamoto,” but few believe his “proof” | Ars Technica
Craig Wright loudly claims “I am Satoshi Nakamoto,” but few believe his “proof” | Ars Technica Part of that time was spent on a careful cryptographic verification of messages signed with keys that only Satoshi should possess. But even before I witnessed the keys signed and then verified on a clean computer that could not have been tampered with, I was reasonably certain I was sitting next to the Father of Bitcoin.
Now watch as the governments and bankers take all his bitcoin. Because the ultimate security hack is writing legislation that appropriates your property. It's legal and legislation are two sides of one coin. If the coin says "In God We Trust" you should not be surprised, "The Lord giveth, the Lord taketh away."
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