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ASX Is Building Its Own Bitcoin-Inspired Blockchain

Bitcoin is not generally seen by the finance world as an asset worth investing in, due to often wild fluctuations in value. However, other elements of its online protocol are attracting the interest of certain financial services companies — including the Australian Stock Exchange.

Australian Officials Are Still Searching For Craig Wright 

Australian businessman Craig Wright has been missing since Gizmodo and Wired published parallel investigations into his potential involvement with the creation of Bitcoin — and police raided his home. While the news cycle has moved on, the Australian Taxation Office certainly hasn’t.

Plans To Issue Stock Using Bitcoin's Blockchain Technology Have Been Approved

Bitcoin has been shaking up the world of finance, but its underlying technology — known as blockchain — may yet have an even more pervasive effect. Now, the US Securities and Exchange Commission has given the green light for shares to be issued on the blockchain.

The Mystery Of Australian Craig Wright And Bitcoin Isn't Solved Yet

Last Tuesday, Gizmodo and Wired published the results of separate but parallel investigations into documents that suggested a new candidate for the identity of Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous creator of Bitcoin.

The Strange Life And Death Of Dave Kleiman, A Computer Genius Linked To Bitcoin's Origins

About two weeks before his grisly death, there was a change in Dave Kleiman. The formerly generous and lively computer forensics expert became confrontational and bitter. Around that time, Kleiman left the Veteran’s Affairs hospital where he’d been a patient, and called his close friend and business partner Patrick Paige to let him know. “They have decided to release you? That’s great,” Paige remembers asking.

“No,” Kleiman responded. “I told the doctors to go fuck themselves.”

Craig Wright, The Man Who Claimed He Invented Bitcoin, Has Erased Himself

As soon as Gizmodo began its investigation into evidence that shows Craig Wright, an Australian academic and serial entrepreneur, claimed to have invented Bitcoin, he started to cover his tracks. After Gizmodo and Wired published separate stories yesterday, Wright’s digital existence has almost completely vanished.

Here's All The Evidence That Craig Wright Invented Bitcoin

Parallel Gizmodo and Wired investigations into the identity of mysterious Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto, published yesterday, pointed to Australian academic and serial entrepreneur Craig Wright as potentially involved with the invention of the cryptocurrency.

Aussie Bitcoin Inventor's House Raided By Police

The house of a man allegedly involved in the creation of Bitcoin, as uncovered by an investigation by Gizmodo and Wired, has reportedly been raided by police in Sydney’s north west.

This Aussie Says He And His Friend Invented Bitcoin

A monthlong Gizmodo investigation has uncovered compelling and perplexing new evidence in the search for Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous creator of Bitcoin. According to a cache of documents provided to Gizmodo which were corroborated with interviews, Craig Steven Wright, an Australian businessman based in Sydney, and Dave Kleiman, an American computer forensics expert who died in 2013, were involved in the development of the digital currency.

The Inventor Of Bitcoin Could Be An Australian

The identity of “Satoshi Nakamoto”, the pseudonym of the mysterious individual or group that created the concept of Bitcoin in late 2009, has been the subject of frenzied investigation by the currency’s enthusiasts and the tech press for years. It turns out that the shadowy figure behind the digital alternative currency may be from Australia, and living in Sydney.

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