- Wright now has the copyright to register Bitcoin whitepaper referred to as “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System.”
- Bitcoin SV more than doubles its value in less than 24 hours.
Bitcoin SV spiked incredibly on Tuesday following the news that lead developer, the controversial Craig Write has secured Bitcoin’s Whitepaper registration copyright as well as its original code in 2009. Craig has over the past several months been working to convince the world that he is the creator of the largest crypto by market capitalization Bitcoin. Bitcoin creator, Satoshi Nakamoto identity has remained anonymous ever since its inception.
The new development is further complicating the matter for the entire crypto community who would rather Satoshi Nakamoto remains anonymous. Wright now has the copyright to register Bitcoin whitepaper referred to as “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System” and it’s the original code of 2009. However, crypto members should be aware that these rights do not imply ownership, neither do they represent patents. According to Coin Center executive director, Jerry Brito:
“Registering a copyright is just filing a form. The Copyright Office does not investigate the validity of the claim; they just register it. Unfortunately, there is no official way to change registration. If there are competing claims, the Office will just register all of them.”
Bitcoin SV technical picture
Bitcoin SV spiked credibly on the above news adding more than 120% in a single day. The crypto’s formidable gains pushed the limits to the upside from the base support at $50.00. There was a break above trendline resistance allowing the bulls to enjoy a field day in an engulfing candle that spiked past $100.00 and formed a high around $135.012. Although there has been a retracement to the current value at $105, BSV/USD remains bullish.
BSV/USD 4-hour chart
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