‘Umsunguli’ weBitcoin useshaye ungqimphothwe

2016-05-07 09:01

New York — Usomabhizinisi wase-Australia, uCraig Wright, okunguyena owaphumela obala wathi ungumsunguli weBitcoin, useshaya umgqimphothwe manje.

Ubhale engosini yakhe ukuthi “akanaso isibindi” sokushicilela ubufakazi njengokwesethembiso, ukuthi nguye owasungula iBitcoin.

UWright ubhale ngoLwesithathu wathi uzoza nobunye ubufakazi ngalokhu kuphawula kwakhe.

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Wonke amehlo abethe njo engosini yakhe abantu belindele ubufakazi, kepha esikhundleni sokuza nobufakazi wavele wasula konke ake akubhala kule ngosi, wase ebhala ukuthi uyaxolisa.

UWright akazange ahoxise ukuthi unguSatoshi Nakamoto, okungumsunguli ongaziwa weBitcoin, njengoba ebhale ukuthi “ubesekhathele ukucasha yonke le minyaka”.

Kepha kuthe ngokuhamba kwesikhathi waveza ukuthi “akanaso isibindi sokugcina izethembiso azenzile”.

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