Claimant Satoshi Nakamoto responded to requests from the Futures Commission

Claimant Satoshi Nakamoto responded to requests from the Futures Commission
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Craig Wright, a person who claims to be the creator of Bitcoin, has raised a major controversy with this claim, on Friday February 15th, as a senior scientist at the nChain Institute, returned two almost identical return letters to the US Commodity Futures Commission (CFTC).

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Craig Wright, a person who claims to be the creator of Bitcoin, has raised a major controversy with this claim, on Friday February 15th, as a senior scientist at the nChain Institute, returned two almost identical return letters to the US Commodity Futures Commission (CFTC).

According to available reports, these two responses have been submitted to the Commission in response to RFI requests from the US Commodity Futures Commission on the receipt of industry information, public perceptions of the market and Ethereal mechanisms.

The Commodity Futures Commission has filed a deadline for responding to an RFI request on February 17th. The reason for this commission to collect information is as follows:

These data [...] are collected to improve the legal certainty in this area in order to advance the purpose of the US Commodity Futures Commission to ensure the integrity of the derivatives market, to further monitor and reduce systemic risks. [...] Request for Information (RFI) tries to recognize the similarities and differences between certain virtual currencies [...] as well as the opportunities, challenges, and risks associated with etherium.

Both responses sent by Craig Wright confirm his controversial claim that "he has been nicknamed Satoshi Nakamoto." Craig Wright claims that he "is a project that began in 1997 and The title has been completed as part of an industrial project with the Australian Department of Innovation BlackNet. "

According to a Tweet released by Craig Wright on Feb. 10, the BlackNet project, which is said to be somebody's initial form or prefix bitcoin, was presented to the Australian government in 2001.

Considering Craig Wright's claim that it completed the project seven years before White Piper Beth Kevin's release, the release of this tweet was a controversy last week in light of the similarity of the project with White Piper Bitcoin.

Craig Wright

According to some users of the Reddit site, it has been duplicated in the BlackBerry project description of the official Bitcoin White Paper (released in October 2008). It should be noted that Satoshi introduced the WhitePiper Beat Covey draft in August 2008 and released a formal release in October after introducing a series of major reforms. A group of users of the Reddit site believe that the research and development report of the project in 2001, copied from the modified version of WhitePiper Bitcoin - instead of its original draft, - shows that the claim is only A deceptive attempt to introduce Craig Wright as the original creator of bitcoin.

In a February 15 statement, Craig Wright stated:

Because of the misconceptions and misinformation that Bitcoin has spread, [...] I decided to introduce my identity to the public. My goal in designing this system was to end the frauds and fraud in the best possible way using technology. The lack of understanding and understanding of this goal has led to the spread of old scams.

According to available reports, Craig Wright is currently prosecuted for allegedly illegally leasing the digital currency developer Bitcoin cash, David Clayman, who passed in 2013. In mid-November 2018, he was once again attracted attention by the digital world, with his support for victorious protocols and Token Beat bitcoin SV.

Other prominent personalities in the Crypto industry have also responded to requests from the Commodity Futures Commission, including Etheriom Foundation, coin Bass, Consensys, and R3. The ErisX digital currency exchange office in Chicago, in its answer, also discusses the issue of the positive impact of setting future Ethereum futures contracts.

Source: cointelegraph

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