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Digging Deep: The Shady World of Craig "Satoshi" Wright
Craig "Satoshi" Wright, the man behind Bitcoin SV, the guy who wants you to believe he is Satoshi Nakamoto himself...
...well, he isn't just a running joke in the Crypto world, he actually has a lot of supporters in BSV, and this is where things get a bit murky.
You see, most BSV advocates I met have their heart in the right place:
They want the true Bitcoin to succeed (peer-to-peer cash);
They respect the genius that is Satoshi Nakamoto.
Having said that, they are being misled by the founder.
We at BCH like to punch around BSV because of its flaws and of its leadership, but in truth, the community, in general, isn't that bad - they are honorable men and women who support BCH, they just don't know it yet as they are being misled by the few bad apples.
One of the best things that could happen to us at Bitcoin Cash was that those who have their hearts in the right place and support what BCH stands for to join us - and those who mislead them to inevitably fail.
Yesterday, I went over Blockstream, today I'm going to go over Craig.
If you're one of the good guys and you're a BSV supporter, it's not too late for you - read this and come on over to BCH, where the winners of Bitcoin as Peer-to-Peer Cash are (after all, the name itself points that out).
Don't stick to Satoshi's Vision, as the Satoshi in this name isn't the original one... but the one from Australia, "Satoshi" Wright.
Now, the defunct StopCraigWright page had a very interesting image, shown above, where they demonstrated that Craig went around changing stuff in his past to appear he was involved in Bitcoin's creation.
It seems Craig only started to edit his past when he decided he was Satoshi and you can see the two entries above - the original one, and the edited.
Fortunately for us, stuff in the web doesn't get perma-edited and we can see things before they were edited with software such as the Wayback Machine (something I use myself to decide which domain names are credible and what domain names were involved in shady dealings as I don't want to buy those for my websites and blogs).
The links below serve as a reference if you want to cross-examine the evidence yourself.