Craig Wright, who previously claimed to be the pseuduonymous bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto, is being sued for a whopping $10 billion.
Bitcoin developers discuss a messy divorce with former maintainer Gavin Andresen, once the most public face of the digital currency project.
A secretive startup called nChain is gearing up to launch an alternative implementation of the bitcoin software for use by developers.
A startup tied to Australian academic and businessman Craig Wright, who last year claimed to be the inventor of bitcoin, has been sold.
The man who controversially claimed to be bitcoin's inventor has featured in a report claiming he is making a "land grab" for bitcoin patents.
If the gossip at a recent invite-only bitcoin conference is any indication, news may be forthcoming in the long-simmering Satoshi Nakamoto saga.…
Gavin Andreseen says he now regrets getting involved in trying to verify Crag Wright's claim he is Satoshi Nakamoto.
Alleged bitcoin creator Craig Wright is reportedly moving to secure patents focused on blockchain and digital currencies.
In this opinion piece, one bitcoin CEO argues that Satoshi Nakamoto's identity does matter, despite claims otherwise from the community.
In a stunning reversal, Craig Wright says he will not provide any more proof that he is the creator of bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto.