By now, everyone knows about Craig Wright, the individual who has been claiming that he is the elusive Satoshi Nakamoto, the person who introduced bitcoin.As if his claims were not enough, recently he made some defamatory accusations against eminent establishments such as Tether, Binance and Bitfinex. Wright said, “Right now Illegal operations pumping money in Tether and Binance. Illegal use of people smuggling. Right now 30% of Binance money funds women in prostitution.” The statement was made when he was addressing a CoinGeek conference in Tornoto.Of course, a statement like that would not go unnoticed. A user posted the video which was retweeted by Peter McCormack who brought it to the attention of the Binance Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Changpeng Zhao. The user said, “WTF is this guy talking about? According to Craig Wright, in his talk today from @RealCoinGeek Toronto. “Thirty percent of @binance and @Tether_to funds women in slavery.” I can’t wait to see how the cultists attempt to explain how this statement is somehow true.”WTF is this guy talking about?According to Craig Wright, in his talk today from @RealCoinGeek Toronto"Thirty percent of @binance and @Tether_to funds women in slavery."I can't wait to see how the cultists attempt to explain how this statement is somehow true. pic.twitter.com/JDxHixcrbi— Ⓥin Ⓐrmani (@vinarmani) May 30, 2019Craig Wright went all out and filed a copyright application in US Copyrights Office (USCO) for the original Bitcoin whitepaper and early Bitcoin code. While the move was one step for Wright, the USCO has stated that a copyright is not a proof of ownership by default.In this case, however, it can’t be said that filing a copyright application is a battle half won. The office had said, “The examination process is primarily focused on determining whether a deposited work is eligible for protection under the Copyright Act and whether the application satisfies the requirements of registration. The Copyright Office will correspond with the claimant to clear up any obvious inconsistencies. The Copyright Office may similarly correspond with a claimant if a deposited work seems to include portions a well-known work whose author is known.”Liked what you read? Join us on Telegram
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