Bitcoin [BTC]: WikiLeaks provides evidence debunking Craig Wright’s claim to be Satoshi Nakamoto

Craig Wright, who claims that he is the real Satoshi Nakamoto, the genius behind “Bitcoin”, the cryptocurrency that took the world and more importantly, the government by surprise has been flagged as a “Serial Fabricator” by WikiLeaks, with evidence to back it up.
WikiLeaks known for its notorious leaks just put out alleged proof on Twitter suggesting that Craig Wright fabricated false truths out of thin air, by editing and/or forging. WikiLeaks tweeted,
Craig S. Wright is a proven serial forger of documents claiming that he is the inventor of Bitcoin. He has been repeatedly caught. This has “been independently verified by WikiLeaks at the time of his first claim and subsequently. …”
According to WikiLeaks, Craig Wright, went back to edit his blog dated: August 26, 2008, and edited it by adding an important sentence related to how he was working on cryptocurrency.
His blog mentioned how he was spending his night and also detailed the things he would be involved in, like every other blog. One particular sentence which Craig Wright stated in the blog said,
“Tomorrow – back to the DNS  paper, my statistics dissertation and work
Tomorrow, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Which piece, well that is still undecided”
As per WikiLeaks, Wright, more commonly known by the community as “faketoshi”, changed this sentence to the following,
“Tomorrow – back to the DNS paper, my statistics dissertation and work. I have a cryptocurrency paper out soon. Twenty years. Triple entry book keeping. BDO was good for something.
Tomorrow, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Which piece, well that is still undecided.”
Craig Wright has been a pariah in the cryptocurrency ecosystem and is acknowledged as one by the likes of Ethereum’s Vitalik Buterin and others.
In his recent Medium blog post he mentions how he’s not a fan of WikiLeaks and Assange’s methods. The blog post read:
“More importantly, I am strongly opposed to criminal markets and bucket shops. Ross Ulbricht and others like him are criminals. They are not freedom fighters, they are not libertarians. They simply are predators, and they are all that Bitcoin was designed to make far more difficult.”
Commenting on the the issue, @ewaldkegel, a Twitter user commented:
” If Craig S. Wright really was Satoshi then we would have never known the name Satoshi. Modesty was never among his virtues.”
Another Twitter user,  @vovano_ commented,
“This was a kind guy gone completely crazy ;(#bitcoinSv is the minority chain of a minority chain #bcash)
This is a non event”
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Bitcoin SV [BSV]’s Craig Wright claims he has a ‘manifesto’ ready for 2019

Dr Craig S Wright has recently said that he has a manifesto to put forward to the Bitcoin SV [BSV] community, elucidating the way forward for the coin for the new year. He took to his twitter to announce his vision for 2019. Wright said:
Craig Wright’s tweet | Source: Twitter
He continued saying:
“There is no more time. Clearly, it seems that the simplest things are hardest. SPV is P2P and has no server”.
Wright referred to the original Bitcoin white paper to build this Simplified Payment Verification [SPV] system, as he answered a fan about the same in the comments of his Twitter post.
Wright has also claimed in his previous post about a mission he has in mind for BSV to process terabyte-sized blocks within two years. This seems to be in line with the demand of people for transaction space on Bitcoin blocks. Bitcoin has been struggling to meet the demands and this could be a great news for BSV clients.
However, he did not elaborate his plan of action for any of his commitments. Many bashed him for taking credit for the white paper, while other crypto enthusiasts seemed intrigued by these announcements and had various questions for Wright.
A Twitter user called AccountMy3 asked:

“The server is the network. Wasn’t this understood, or at least assumed, all along?”

Some just resorted to bashing him, on the statement. ArneBoschi20783 said:

“Barry please have a little more respect for Mr. Satoshi Nakamoto… without him you wouldn’t even think about Blockchain.”

Wright has not responded to any of the comment, but it would be interesting to see how Mr. Faketoshi, as he is commonly known, replies with a plan of fulfilling these commitments.

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