Famous Australian computer scientist, Craig Wright, who introduces himself as Satoshi Nakamoto (the creator of Bitcoin), has raised the possibility thatApple does not comply with copyright laws by retaining the bitcoin white paper on its devices. Faced with a question on Twitter about possible “copyright infringement” by Apple by doing so, Wright simply replied, “Yes.”
Recently, it was discovered that the white paper of Bitcoin was hosted on all Apple computers with a recent version, something that many Mac users ignore. By typing a basic command in the Terminal, Internet users can access a copy of the Bitcoin whitepaper on macOS operating systems. Apple is notorious for hiding files on its products for users to find.
Wright, an Australian developer and lawyer, relentlessly claims to be the mysterious inventor of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto. He also claims that Bitcoin derivatives violate his intellectual property rights since he is believed to be the originator of the first blockchain. Today, he gives the impression of suggesting that Apple distributes his innovative work without having asked for the necessary authorization.
Nevertheless, Wright is often criticized for making such claims without providing hard evidence. To back up his claims, he would have to prove that he holds the private keys to Satoshi’s Bitcoin address. In 2020, Wright’s attorneys revealed to multiple media outlets that he did not have those keys. In February, Wright failed to press a claim in a UK court to protect the Bitcoin blockchain through copyright, and in December, he hinted that he was no longer trying to persuade people that he was behind theasset world’s largest digital.
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