Craig Wright, an Australian entrepreneur has identified himself in the public as a Bit coin creator Satoshi Nakamoto
Craig admission made an end of years of spectaculation regarding the owner of the original ideas underlying the digital cash system.
In his admission, Craig used a technical proof to support his claim using coins that are famously known by Bit coin’s creator.
Members of the Bit coin community, the prominent one and its main development team have also already confirmed the claim made by Mr. Wright
Three media conglomerates namely, BBC, GQ and the Ecomist and also confirmed that Mr. Wright had revealed his identity to them.
Using the cryptographic keys which were created in the period of the early days of the Bit coin’s development, at the meeting with BBC, Mr. Wright digitally signed the messages. The keys are also inextricable linked to the Bit coins blocks which are famously known to have been created or mined by the so called Satoshi Nakamoto.
“These are the blocks used to send 10 Bit coins to Hal Finney in January  as the first Bit coin transaction,” Mr. Wright confirmed during his demonstration.
Hal Finney, the famously renowned cryptographer was among the engineers who participated in turning Mr. Wright’s ideas into Bit coins protocol.
“I was the main part of it, but other people helped me,” he said. According to Mr. Wright, his plan was to release information that would allow other people to cry6ptographycally verify that he is the so called Satoshi Nakamoto.
Very soon after Mr. Wright’s publicity, one of the chief scientists at the bit coin foundation, known as Mr. Gavin Underson published a blog that backed. Wright’s claim. “I believe Craig Steven Wright is the person who invented Bit coin,” he wrote.
One of the founding directors from the Bit coin foundation, Mr. Jon Mtonis said that he was totally convinced that Mr. Wright deserve the claim.
“During the London proof sessions, I had the opportunity to review the relevant data along three distinct lines: cryptographic, social, and technical,” he said.
“It is my firm belief that Craig Wright satisfies all three categories.”
Mr. wright’s claim has not convinced everyone and even technical proofs The Economist said “important questions remain” about whether he was Satoshi Nakamoto. This is in his article which he published about Mr. Wright’s claims.
In addition, many individuals who are involved in the Bit coin issue have used the social media to express their doubts.