Craig Wright’s Claims About Inventing Bitcoin Still Don’t Make Any Sense

New details have emerged in the saga of Bitcoin’s mysterious creator Satoshi Nakamoto. Last night, the London Review of Books published an incredibly detailed, 35,000-word story about the recent turmoil of Craig Wright, an Australian businessman who claims to have invented Bitcoin. The story offers plenty of fascinating tidbits about the entire Wright saga, but fails to answer a question that’s fundamental to the story: How did a man so obsessed with security get hacked so damn badly? Read More >>

Is Dave Kleiman the Missing Link in Craig Wright’s Satoshi Story?

As the internet argues over the identity of Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin, a search is underway in Florida for what may be his fortune — or at least a part of it. An attorney representing the brother of one of the key players in Craig Wright’s Satoshi story told Gizmodo that he and his client are searching for “buried treasure”. Read More >>

Craig Wright Claims He Will Move Satoshi Nakamoto’s Bitcoin ‘In the Coming Days’

Yesterday, Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright announced that he was the elusive creator of Bitcoin. His proclamation was immediately met with an avalanche of suspicion, with one prominent cryptography expert describing it as “flimflam and hokum.” Now, through a spokesman, Wright has promised that further proof for his claims is coming. Read More >>

Gavin Andresen: I Was Not Hacked, and I Believe Craig Wright Is Satoshi

Gavin Andresen, chief scientist of the Bitcoin Foundation, said at a conference today that he believes Craig Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous inventor of Bitcoin. Andresen said that his accounts were not hacked before his endorsement of Wright as Satoshi, countering speculation from some in the Bitcoin community. Read More >>

Craig Wright Reveals Himself as Bitcoin Creator Satoshi Nakamoto

The Australian businessman Craig Wright has published a blog post in which he claims to be Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto. Read More >>

The Mystery of Craig Wright and Bitcoin Isn’t Solved Yet

On Tuesday, Gizmodo and Wired published the results of separate but parallel investigations into documents that suggested a new candidate for the identity of Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous creator of Bitcoin. Read More >>

The Strange Life and Death of Dave Kleiman, a Computer Genius Linked to Bitcoin’s Origins

About two weeks before his grisly death, there was a change in Dave Kleiman. The formerly generous and lively computer forensics expert became confrontational and bitter. Around that time, Kleiman left the Veteran’s Affairs hospital where he’d been a patient, and called his close friend and business partner Patrick Paige to let him know. “They’ve decided to release you? That’s great,” Paige remembers asking. Read More >>

Here’s All the Evidence That Craig Wright Invented Bitcoin 

Parallel Gizmodo and Wired investigations into the identity of mysterious Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto pointed to Australian academic and serial entrepreneur Craig Wright. Australian police have since raided Wright’s apartment, but said their search was unrelated to recent reports of his connection to Bitcoin. Read More >>

Police Raid Home of Possible Bitcoin Creator Craig Wright

The Guardian and Reuters are reporting that police have raided the home of Craig Wright, an Australian CEO who was identified in investigations by Gizmodo and Wired as a likely candidate for the secret identity of Satoshi Nakamoto, the elusive creator of Bitcoin. Read More >>

This Australian Says He and His Dead Friend Invented Bitcoin

A monthlong Gizmodo investigation has uncovered compelling and perplexing new evidence in the search for Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous creator of Bitcoin. According to a cache of documents provided to Gizmodo which were corroborated in interviews, Craig Steven Wright, an Australian businessman based in Sydney, and Dave Kleiman, an American computer forensics expert who died in 2013, were involved in the development of the digital currency. Read More >>