Law & Regulation


The Short versus the Long Term?
By Craig Wright | 03 Mar 2021 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

All positive social change comes at a cost. Many executives of current organisations attempt to argue that the very reason

Nanostrategy
By Craig Wright | 29 Jan 2021 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Law & Regulation

Recently, it has come to my attention that Michael Saylor has been misleading investors to make a fraudulent gain. He

Bitcoin White Paper Statement of Jan 29, 2021

Last week, I instructed my lawyers to send a series of formal legal letters to a very specific list of

Open Source and Liability

Several individuals in what is termed the “cryptocurrency space” have started to promote a misleading and false premise: that open-source

Cot Death in the Nanny State
By Craig Wright | 06 Jan 2021 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

When the Covid-19 outbreak first began, Sweden decided to take a more laissez-faire approach to handle the spread of the

About Coinbase

Coinbase is currently facing several lawsuits. One of the lawsuits involves XRP and Ripple. Coinbase will likely argue that they

Bitcoin and Tax
By Craig Wright | 31 Dec 2020 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Economics, Law & Regulation

There is a common myth that Bitcoin will allow individuals to avoid paying tax. It could not be further from

Refuting “Conflict can only be resolved when both parties are prepared to compromise”
By Craig Wright | 16 Dec 2020 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Humans are naturally inclined to seek compromise (Baume & Novak, 2020, pp. 70–71), which is a well-studied psychological condition (Radosavljevic,

Bitcoin Was Never Designed To Be Censorship-Resistant
By Craig Wright | 06 Dec 2020 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Economics, Law & Regulation

You will never find a statement from me in my persona of Satoshi saying that Bitcoin was designed for ‘censorship

The Casualties of Attacking the Market
By Craig Wright | 24 Nov 2020 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Aristotle characterized envy as anguish at the prospect of another’s good fortune which is provoked by “those who have what

The Myth of Complete Knowledge
By Craig Wright | 17 Nov 2020 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

The journal articles written by Jones (2003) and Cairney (2012) seem very different at face value, but we can see

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