Jimmy Ngyuen, a lawyer for the global advisory leader in blockchain tech nChain, said that the identity of the infamous Satoshi Nakamoto doesn’t really matter in the grand scheme of things for the future of Bitcoin or nChain.
Lately, it seems that the movement to religiously prove Craig Wright is definitely not Satoshi seems to have hastened.
One of the closest people to Craig Wright is Calvin Ayre who uses the #CraigisSatoshi hashtag in the majority of his tweets in relation to Wright.
Such example is below:
#CraigisSatoshi explaining the obvious...change the code and it enforces a different economic model and its not the same thing so needs a new name. Real BitcoinSV is the only #Bitcoin. Segwit Coin is accurate.https://t.co/1yncNHVnMg— Calvin Ayre (@CalvinAyre) May 10, 2019
Ayre is the only person who is really using the hashtag but what is interesting is Ayre recent tweet on the matter from 13th May:
“I will be releasing more evidence that #CraigisSatoshi prior to #CoinGeek scaling conference on May 29-30 in Toronto. Thousands of people globally already know the truth.”
One of the things that first got me interested in cryptocurrency was the mystery behind who actually created Bitcoin. As in, no one knows who is behind such an invention. A recent post on CoinGeek has a sentence in it saying:
“Dr. Wright has proven beyond a doubt to ownership of CoinGeek that he was the main architect of Bitcoin, and that it was he who conceived and used the pseudonymous name of Satoshi Nakamoto.”
It is clear that Ayre is adamant on Wright being the so-called Satoshi. But if his most recent tweet is anything to go by, maybe he’ll be able to sway the communities thoughts on the matter.