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An Australian Computer Scientist Is Suing To Prove He Is Satoshi Nakamoto – The Mysterious 24th Richest Person In The World

Australian computer scientist Craig Wright is suing to establish his legitimacy as Bitcoin’s founder. He is, therefore, Satoshi Nakamoto. He is therefore valued close to $60 billion.



Why should you be concerned with a seemingly unrelated copyright case known as Wright v. Person(s) Unknown? Because the heart of this lawsuit is Craig Wright’s claim that he is the true original creator of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto.

If Craig Wright is telling the truth, he may have just revealed his status as one of the world’s top 25 richest people.

Quick Satoshi Background

Two months later, a person going by the name of Satoshi Nakamoto sent a paper to a cryptography mailing group with the title “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System” that they had written. This paper is the first time Satoshi Nakamoto’s name appeared on the internet related to cryptocurrency.

Nakamoto implemented the bitcoin software on January 3, 2009. He mined what is now referred to as the “genesis block of bitcoin” on that day.

because at the beginning, Satoshi set aside a million coins for himself.

He ceased working on Bitcoin in 2011, and nobody has heard from him since.

The Lawsuit

“Our client, Dr. Wright, will present proof in support of his allegation that he wrote the 2008 bitcoin white paper when he files this copyright claim. The case will turn on whether the court is satisfied that Dr. Wright did indeed author — and owns the copyright in — the white paper and, therefore, that he is Satoshi Nakamoto.”

Show Us The Money!

According to reports, Craig has proof for all of his assertions. Namely that he is Satoshi Nakamoto and is the author/copyright holder of the white paper.


As we previously mentioned, Satoshi Nakamoto reserved one million bitcoins for himself in 2008. Those 1 million BTC have been sitting untouched in a digital wallet for 10 years!


We will be closely monitoring this litigation and keeping you informed of any further developments.

How incredible would it be if, after ten years, we finally discovered Satoshi Nakamoto’s real identity?