Bitcoin’s Inventor Serves Copyright Case in UK Court - Dr Craig Wright - Bitstocks Podcast Ep.45 Pt.2

In today’s #ConsciousConversations on the Bitstocks Podcast, Michael Hudson (Bitstocks CEO-Founder) sits down with the inventor of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, aka, Dr Craig Wright for part 2 of this 2-part interview.  

 

In part 1, Michael & Craig took a deep dive into a variety of topics, including global affairs, machine learning & quantum theories.⁠⁠  In the second part of the interview, Craig reveals more about his UK copyright infringement case & how he was not ‘forced’ into court at all.

Following on from nChain conversations in part 1, Michael continues to ask Craig about how nChain collaborates with other businesses in the BSV space, their patents & ultimately trying to discover their intent as a business. It’s not long before this leads into the long-awaited conversation about Craig’s recent court battle with his Bitcoin copyright infringement case, which results in insight into how Craig sees the Bitcoin protocol. 

 

As promised, the episode ends with Michael asking Craig questions from the community, taken from Bitstocks’ Twitter callout a few days prior to filming the interview. The two, of course, segway into a debate about Tesla vs Edison before wrapping up the conversation with a discussion about the journey of self-mastery. 

 

Missed part 1? Watch it back here: Introducing Satoshi Nakamoto

 

Quick Reference:

00:02:00 - Michael asks Craig if he wants the world to work for him  

00:07:35 - nChain Patents 

00:14:08 - Bitcoin copyright court case & Bitcoin as per the original whitepaper 

00:24:53 - The difficulties Michael has encountered in attempting to collaborate with nChain 

00:28:00 - Questions from the Community 

00:28:40 - Michael & Craig segway into a debate about Tesla vs Edison, Anti-Gravitational crafts & Extraterrestrial existence 

00:37:46 - Journey of self-mastery & the notion of inner & outer knowledge 

00:52:00 - What will it take to integrate Bitcoin technology into political voting systems? 

01:00:52 - Back to questions from the Community