Zero Hedge still hasn’t caught on the Craig Wright is a Fraud   

 

Not Satosi Nakamoto, Its just Craigh Wright
Not Satoshi Nakamoto

Zero Hedge has a bitcoin post regarding the news that Craig Wright attempted to purchase some $80 million dollars worth of gold from an Australian conman named Mark Ferrier.

Tyler Durden is spinning this as if Satoshi Nakamoto had attempted to diversify into gold away from bitcoin.  Except, that there is no concrete proof that Craig Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto, and there is no proof that Craig Wright ever had any money, bitcoin or otherwise.

What there is proof of is that Craig Wright:

  1. Is under investigation from the Australian Tax Authorities for a possible scheme to defraud it out of $54 million in rebates.
  2. That he claimed to own a $100 million super computer in partnership with SGI. SGI disavowed ever having Mr. Wright as a client and there is no evidence the computer exists.
  3. That one of his companies was in bankruptcy

 

I could go on but the picture is pretty dark for someone who maybe the creator of one the biggest technological breakthroughs th

is century and would be estimated to own close to $450 million worth of Bitcoin.

Source: Bitcoin Or Gold: Did The Alleged Bitcoin Creator Just Settle Once And For All What Is More Valuable? | Zero Hedge

Source: The Australian who may have invented Bitcoin claimed to land $54M in taxpayer-funded rebates | Business Insider

Source: Hotwire Preemptive Intelligence Pty Limited | McGrathNicol

Source: SGI denies links with alleged bitcoin founder Craig Wright | ZDNet

How Questions About Terrorism Challenge Bitcoin Startups – Forbes

Forbes has an article that discusses the concerns that Bitcoin maybe used to finance criminals and terrorists.

Given the recent attacks regulators are pushing to close and all possible avenues that terrorists may use to get financing (except in the case of oil.)

Is Bitcoin The Currency of Terrorism? In light of the recent attacks in Paris that led to the deaths of 129 Parisians, the European Union (EU) and other international powers, including the United States and Russia, have been gathering to discuss how to curb the threats of terrorism, specifically ISIS or […]

Source: How Questions About Terrorism Challenge Bitcoin Startups – Forbes