Igot collapse, WhatsApp encryption, John McAfee, Satoshi Nakamoto in Cointelegraph Monday Digest

WhatsApp encryption, Igot collapse, central banking failure revealed by the Panama Papers, John McAfee’s take on cryptocurrency and Satoshi Nakamoto’s true identity are among the important news Cointelegraph has collected for your perfect Monday.

McAfee: Cryptocurrency Pandora's Box opened

In his interview for RT, John McAfee, Libertarian candidate for president, predicts that the market economy will control its own interest rate in the nearest future as it did before the Federal Reserve arrived, and that will be caused by the rise of cryptocurrency.

John McAfee claims:

“Cryptocurrency is coming, I promise you! It may or may not be Bitcoin, maybe something else. But it is coming. It is like the Pandora Box has been opened. You will never get this idea back in the box. And when it comes “the Fed” will disappear. It cannot exist in the world of cyber currency.”

Central banking is broken, Panama Papers reveal

The Panama Papers revealed the worst suspicions of a wary public about their rulers, super-rich, and celebrities: corruption, hypocrisy, and duplicity. They will not change their ways for more than a mere moment until public scrutiny passes. A decentralized, cryptocurrency-driven global financial system could very well put this sort of scandal into the dustbin of history.

WhatsApp is encrypting all

WhatsApp will encrypt files and voice calls along with text messages that are sent over its network. Everyone who has the latest version of WhatsApp will be able to use this feature, and there is no option to turn off encryption and no need to initiate encryption by starting a private chat either.

New encryption enabled WhatsApp users get a message saying, “Messages you send to this chat and calls are now secured with end-to-end encryption. Tap for more info.” Users can then tap on more info to get to a page that has a QR code which can be scanned on your contact’s phone to verify the end-to-end encryption.

WhatsApp is encrypting all

Craig Wright is not Satoshi Nakamoto

WIRED writes that Craig Wright has to convince a highly skeptical cryptography community that he is Satoshi Nakamoto by offering some proof. So far there is a lot of evidence in the not-Satoshi column. However, this is the least of Wright’s problems. After WIRED’s and Gizmodo’s initial stories on Wright were published, his home near Melbourne was raided by the Australian F