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Finally, the doubt has been removed with certainty... Craig Wright is not Satoshi Nakamoto!

Yesterday March 14, 2024, British justice finally revealed that Craig Wright is not Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin. The trial also revealed new information about Nakamoto's initial fears, but nothing about his true identity. Here are the details.

The mystery surrounding Satoshi Nakamoto still exists and the possibilities are now reduced!

British judge James Mellor confirmed Thursday March 14, 2024 that Craig Wright was not Satoshi Nakamoto, the mysterious creator of Bitcoin and its network. In fact, this announcement did not come as a surprise to the Bitcoin community. Wright's claims were questionable from the start.

As a reminder, about a year after the launch of Bitcoin, its creator, whose identity remains secret, decided to cede management of the network to its users, only to disappear forever. This decision was motivated by fear of retaliation that could threaten the sovereignty of the blockchain.

Since 2016, Craig Wright has tried in vain to convince the world that he is Satoshi Nakamoto. He has repeatedly attempted to patent the technologies used by Bitcoin and has taken legal action against several developers, so far without success.

In February 2024, the Crypto Open Patent Alliance (COPA) filed a lawsuit against the man now nicknamed Faketoshi, demanding an official statement from him admitting that he is not Satoshi.

After the trial concluded, COPA published an article entitled “12 reasons why Craig Wright is not Satoshi NakamotoIt revealed 12 inconsistencies in Wright's claims that they say prove he is not the creator of Bitcoin.

Letters that revealed Nakamoto's fears and whether Craig Wright's public stupidity was the source of intelligence!

This lawsuit, although apparently unsuccessful, revealed old electronic correspondence between the real Satoshi Nakamoto and two key developers with whom he communicated regularly, Adam Back and Marty Malmi.

These emails, which span 120 pages, reveal many of Nakamoto's concerns about the future of Bitcoin. Including network scalability issues. While Craig Wright failed to prove himself to be the innovator.

On the network Where he wrote:

"What if Satoshi wanted to hide his identity so badly that he decided to ask a court to declare that it wasn't him?""

Linus's theory suggests that the best way for Satoshi Nakamoto to permanently hide his connection to the creation of Bitcoin was to impersonate him until he was discredited by both society and the British justice system . Maybe like Craig Wright did!

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