The bitcoin universe reacted with a reduction disbelief, open questioning and indifference during a latest claims that Satoshi Nakamoto is a pseudonym of Australian Craig S Wright.
Wired published a piece fingering Craig Wright as bitcoin’s unknown creator. Gizmodo also named Wright in an article published dual hours after Wired. Both publications relied, in part, on a cache of leaked emails during their investigations.
While mainstream media commentators and observers lauded a pieces for their rigour, a bitcoin universe seemed unconvinced that Wright is indeed a male behind a world’s many renouned cryptocurrency.
Wow. Wired’s Bitcoin creator dip seems solid: https://t.co/VJjFzAhqsF
— Nicholas Thompson (@nxthompson) December 8, 2015
Jeff Garzik, who has communicated with Satoshi Nakamoto directly, produced a tweetstorm casting doubt on a Wired and Gizmodo claims, observant that he is “reasonably confident” that he has never met a bitcoin contriver in person.
Whistleblower organization Wikileaks also released a string of tweets saying that it refutes a explain that Wright is Satoshi.
The organization pronounced it “assessed that Craig