Alleged Bitcoin inventors doesn’t want to submit new evidence

The confusion surrounding the alleged inventor of the digital currency Bitcoin is still a lot bigger. The Australian businessman Craig Wright, who earlier this week said he had Bitcoin developed under the pseudonym “Satoshi Nakamoto”, doesn’t want to submit new evidence.

Wright had a leading Bitcoin developer, Gavin Andresen, can convince them that he was in fact the inventor of the digital currency. But then, other experts have expressed serious doubts about the evidence publicly submitted by him. Then Wright announced to convince the skeptics, he would move Bitcoins from a package that is attributed to the real “Satoshi”.

On Thursday Wright wrote but in a blog entry, after the doubts and attacks in recent days the courage he lacked it. He did not lie to Andresen and other experts – “but I know that the world will now think never more”.

The question of who is behind the pseudonym “Satoshi Nakamoto”, journalists and experts engaged for a long time. The inventor of the Internet currency is a package of one million Bitcoins attributed, that would be worth currently around 400 million Dollar.

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