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The demands of the Bitcoin core developer faction for a hard fork to Bitcoin XT have resurfaced.
CoinTelegraph received an email allegedly from Satoshi Nakamoto, in response to Bhagwan Chowdhry about the Nobel Prize. Vitalik Buterin interview included.
The global investigation to discover the true identity of Satoshi Nakamoto seems to have come to an end by pointing out an australian IT security business man.
The Internet is one of the most underestimated inventions. At the very moment when it seems it has come to a point beyond which it can offer something new, the new appears.
Bitcoin has had many impressive achievements within its fist six and a half years, but with the help of historyofbitcoin.org to find some key dates of events, here are the Top 10 Moments in Bitcoin history.
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Berlin-based production company Bitfilm released a teaser and launched a three-tiered funding campaign on May 14 for the first feature-length, Bitcoin-inspired fiction film, called Satoshi's Last Will.
It’s unlikely that the credit for the invention of Bitcoin goes to a single person. Is Craig Wright the inventor of Blockchain?
Yesterday afternoon EST, a small Spanish Bitcoin association posted a mysterious press release on several Facebook Bitcoin groups, stating that the elusive Satoshi Nakamoto’s addresses were subject to “movement.”
The Swarm funded Bitcoin-themed comic book 'The Hunt For Satoshi' is now available on Comixology
One of the oldest alternatives to the creation of Satoshi Nakamoto – Devcoin has finally entered a new stage of its existence as a cryptocurrency, after it was pronounced that the largest trading platform for cryptos is now exchanging DVC directly into BTC.
It sounds as if the man, who has worked as a contractor on classified projects for the US government, felt he had reason to be paranoid even before he developed the idea for Bitcoin.
The investigations and detective games are currently focusing on two main matters in the cryptographic world – the Bitcoins lost by Mt.Gox and the identity of Satoshi Nakamoto, the inventor of the most successful virtual currency. The former succeeded in putting the brakes on the search for the father of the praised te...
The response to Newsweek’s story “The Face Behind Bitcoin” that doxed Satoshi Nakamoto was swift and widely critical.
Looking on the surface of the matter anyone could easily come to the answer that bitcoin is the matter uniting Silk Road and Satoshi Nakamoto.
The Internet has succeeded in swallowing all other existing media – books, periodicals, audio and video calls, data share, money transfer and other less common applications.
A connection between the late computer scientist, Hal Finney, and Dorian Nakamoto could hold the answer to the creator of Bitcoin’s identity.
Was the inventor of Bitcoin a man found dead in horribly tragic circumstances?
Satoshi Nakamoto, the mysterious and legendary founder of Bitcoin, was revealed today to be Australian entrepreneur Dr. Craig Wright, bringing seven years of speculation to an end.
Dynamic fees, announced by Blockchain.info, ensure faster Bitcoin transactions.
Whilst the term ‘BTC’ has long been the standard abbreviation for Bitcoin, there is a growing call from the Bitcoin community and exchanges in particular to begin referring to it as ‘XBT’.
Craig Wright’s attempt to claim he was Satoshi Nakamoto revealed exactly why the real Satoshi should remain forever hidden
Here is what we know about Wright for certain: he is a pathological liar, he has serious problems with the Australian tax service and he has been interested in Bitcoin for quite a while.
The Latest Satoshi has turned out to be another damp squib. The search continues?
Earlier this week Cointelegraph has published an article in which we have alleged that Craig Wright, an entrepreneur from Australia is actually Satoshi Nakamoto, the legendary author of Bitcoin’s whitepaper and protocol.
How does it feel to be Satoshi Nakamoto? Is he a man who can never access the low hanging fruits of his labour?
Can Craig Steven Wright really claim he is, in any way, the genius who invented Bitcoin?
Martin Shkreli, dubbed by media as the “most hated man in the United States”, claims he lost $15 million set aside to buy Kanye West’s latest album, in a Bitcoin transaction.
Online men’s magazine AskMen has gone out on a limb and named a possibly fictional person one of the most influential men of 2013.
First of all let us take some time and congratulate the developer of the bitcoin Satoshi Nakamoto on being a nominee The Guardian’s Person of the Year 2013.
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