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Bitcoin Logic: The Tactics Of Faketoshi Exposed by Craig Wright Himself

Greg Thomson
Craig Wright's latest blog entry is one for the ages. | Source: Youtube/BBC

By CCN Markets: Self-professed Bitcoin creator and ‘Faketoshi’, Craig Wright, continued to give himself away in a blog post where he details the logic of false argumentation. Specifically, Wright takes aim at those who would seek to hide behind ad hominem attacks, and use misdirection to avoid the question at hand.

That question, according to Wright, is the scaling of Bitcoin, which he states in between bouts of launching ad hominem attacks on everyone from Julian Assange, to Binance, to John McAfee.

Here we have the manifestation of Wright’s logic in action. The real question is why he persists in the ruse that he is Bitcoin’s inventor, Satoshi Nakamoto. Everything else, as Craig Wright says himself, is misdirection.

The Genetic Fallacy? More Like A Straw Man

Titled “The Genetic Fallacy”, Wright’s latest blog post suggests (in meme form) that the reason people don’t believe his Satoshi claims is because he’s Australian. I resent this implication – as a Scotsman I’m proud of the genetic heritage that links my criminal great-great-great-grandfather to the founding members of the land down under. Wright states:

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