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Bitcoin

Craig Wright demands that ‘Bitcoin developers’ return him $5 billion

Litigation law firm Ontier LLP has initiated legal action on behalf of self-proclaimed Bitcoin (BTC) creator Craig Wright to recover £3.5 billion (roughly $4.95 billion) worth of BTC, according to a document published yesterday. Essentially, the firm demands that “developers for BTC, BCH, BCH ABC and BSV” enable Craig Wright’s company Tulip Trading Limited (TTL) […]Read More

Market

Australian Crypto Exchange to Delist BSV Over ‘Bullying’ Threat to

Independent Reserve, one of the largest digital currency exchanges in Australia, says it will delist the bitcoin SV cryptocurrency due to controversial behavior by its team. In an announcement Wednesday, the exchange said, “In light of recent events and community feedback Bitcoin SV (BSV) and related trading pairs will be delisted.” CoinDesk reached out to […]Read More

Blockchain

Bitcoin Developers Weigh the Costs of Defying White Paper Copyright

The Bitcoin community is debating the extent to which Bitcoin Core developers and maintainers should shoulder the symbolic burden of hosting its white paper, particularly when doing so could unnecessarily sap their time and finances. The question arose after the Bitcoin white paper was taken down from Bitcoincore.org, a canonical repository for the Bitcoin software […]Read More