Craig Wright received copyright on bitcoin whitepaper


A senior researcher at nChain, an Australian businessman, Craig Wright, designed copyrights for the white paper and the bitcoin source code. This is evidenced by two entries on the US Copyright Office website.

The publications noted that Wright under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto created two electronic files containing "text" and "computer program" in 2008 and 2009, respectively.

Note that copyright registration is not equivalent to the official patent. Anyone can submit a request to the Copyright Office, the validity of the claims in this case is not verified.

"Unfortunately, there is no official way to challenge the record. If there are concurrent applications, Office will register all of them, " – said the director of legal encryption organization Coin Center Jerry Brito.

Thus, it is now possible to contest the authorship of Craig Wright in court, after the copyright on the same intellectual property has been prosecuted.

The news is an extremely positive impact on the price borne by Wright Bitcoin SV (BSV) cryptocorrĂȘncia. For example, in the Singapore Exchange Huobi, in a short period of time, the currency has risen from $ 61 to $ 195, or over 200%:

Bitcoin SV / USDT Huobi exchange rate chart from TradingView

Soon the asset price was adjusted significantly. Now, according to CoinMarketCap, the weighted average BSV rate is $ 108, and the currency capitalization is $ 1.9 billion.

The increase in BSV in the last day exceeded 75%

Recall that in May, Craig Wright once again suffered a fiasco in an attempt to prove that he is the creator of Bitcoin. "Satoshi Nakamoto's mailing list", which the entrepreneur submitted to the court in the context of the Kleimanov family, turned out to be a copy-paste.

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