Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech

Open Source
By Craig Wright | 24 Jan 2020 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Economics, Law & Regulation

The real need for open-source software has been hijacked by a political agenda. I did not create Bitcoin as open-source

How Digital Signatures Work

Way back in 2006, I wrote a legal paper as part of my work with Northumbria University and my postgraduate

Looking the Other Way

Not everything of my story is good and positive, but it is not the one my detractors make out either.

Mistakes Also Come when You Listen to Others…

Many of the multitudes of problems surrounding the implementation of Bitcoin come from my failure to explain things to people.

On Civil Disobedience
By Craig Wright | 08 Jan 2020 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

I believe in law. To me, it holds the convictions of all that is valuable. Having said so, all systems

Anarchy and the Foolish Belief in Assassination Markets

In 2008 and 2009, a group of people mistakenly thought that the world would be better off without banking. The

Statement of Dec 27, 2019
By Craig Wright | 27 Dec 2019 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Recently, we have received many questions and seen much public conjecture about what will happen in January 2020 with bitcoin

Transparency and Government

There is an overwhelming amount of false information around Bitcoin and, in particular, on the topic of privacy or pseudonymous

Proof of Assignment

The Bitcoin blockchain is an immutable audit trail, which does not mean that money cannot be seized or that illicit

Digital Gold

It is interesting that a meme of digital gold has popped up around BTC over the last few years. The

A Fundamental Misunderstanding
By Craig Wright | 05 Nov 2019 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Economics, Law & Regulation

A few weeks ago, at CC Forum in London, Bobby Lee asked me to review his new product called Ballet.

Merkle Trees and SPV
By Craig Wright | 02 Nov 2019 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech

Merkle Trees By now, it should be well understood that Bitcoin utilises the concept of a Merkle tree to its

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