How Two Disabled Men Changed the Financial World

How Two Disabled Men Changed the Financial World


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The revelations of the last four months surrounding Craig Steven Wright – who claimed to be the inventor of Bitcoin – have shed perhaps a new light on the early beginnings of Bitcoin. When Wright first made his claims, he implicated his deceased friend David Kleiman as co-founder of Bitcoin.

If this is true, when paired with Hal Finney, then the two disabled men would have played an instrumental role in changing the future of banking systems – and, indeed – many systems that make up our way of life today.

Image courtesy of Forbes

Image courtesy of Forbes

When Wired and Gizmodo first broke Wright’s identity, and his claims regarding the beginning of Bitcoin, the latter publication focused in on Kleiman, who has a litany of certifications in cyber-security.

He had suffered a motorcycle accident that left him handicapped.

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