Gavin Andresen News
Gavin Andresen is an American programmer who is the main software developer for the reference implementation of the Bitcoin client software. In 2010, after Satoshi Nakamoto had announced he would be leaving the project, Andresen took on a leading position by joining the core team. In 2012, Gavin Andresen founded the Bitcoin Foundation in order to find support for the development of virtual currency. Currently, he is the main research officer of the project. Andresen also has access to the special alert key that allows him to send messages about internal problems of the network to all its users. Gavin Andresen’s net worth is about $2 million, most of which is in Bitcoin. The support of Gavin Andresen behind Bitcoin Cash is currently a hotly debated subject, as he has published a comment on his Twitter describing BCH as the successor of his work on the BTC project.
Bitcoin prices could reach $6 million per coin in 40 years’ time, but the whales may eventually pull the plug.
Former Bitcoin lead dev predicts demise of BTC network... with a major silver lining
It may sound shocking today, but in 2010, software developer Gavin Andresen was on a mission to give away free BTC in an effort to boost adoption.
Reddit reminisces defunct ‘Bitcoin faucet’ website that gave away 19,700 BTC for free
Questions from Gavin Andresen’s deposition that he probably should have asked Craig Wright.
20 Questions Gavin Andresen Should Have Asked Craig Wright, But Didn't
The list of witnesses submitted by the litigating parties in the Kleiman v. Wright case.
Here Are Some of the Upcoming Witnesses Requested to Speak in Kleiman v. Wright
Andresen makes some flattering comparisons between Satoshi Nakamoto and himself.
5 Surprising Facts From Gavin Andresen’s Sworn Deposition
Gavin Andresen laid doubts that Craig Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto in recently released depositions.
Gavin Andresen Casts Doubts on Craig Wright’s Satoshi Claim
The block size debate is among the most contentious discourse in Bitcoin, having spawned numerous community rifts and contested proposals.
Bitcoin Block Size, Explained