Craig Wright Says You’re Not Supposed To Prove Anything To Doubters Because They Don’t Care
In a recent maintenance With an Australian TV show, controversial computer scientist Craig Wright claims ‘the proof is always the people’ when pressed to claim he was the one who created Bitcoin under the alias ‘Satoshi Nakamoto’ .
“I mean, I had family, I had friends. I have people who are high up in the industry,” Wright said.
Wright has never demonstrated that he is the owner of the larger Bitcoin community since he has not yet signed a message with the private key that corresponds to the public key of Bitcoin’s Genesis block, the name of the first block ever. extract.
The nChain scientist, however, strongly criticized such a way of proving its property.
“Again, you can’t prove with keys. If I own your car keys that doesn’t mean I own your car means, honestly, the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard,” Wright said.
Things heated up after further questions about the evidence, with Wright’s publicist intervening and asking the interviewer, Hamish Macdonald, to move on.
The self-proclaimed Satoshi instantly got irritated and started swearing. Wright urged Macdonald to brush up on his knowledge of evidence law. “Take a law book, look at what the evidence is,” Wright said. Asked about his aggressive behavior, Wright replied that he had no hesitation in firing back at the interviewer because he was Australian.
Wright claims that being the founder of Bitcoin “actually makes his life more difficult.”
He predicts that Facebook and other tech giants won’t exist. He claims that’s why they’re after him.