Craig Wright And The Bitcoin Supercomputer Fraudby@mylegacykit

Craig Wright And The Bitcoin Supercomputer Fraud

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In the realm of cryptocurrencies and computer technology, Craig Wright emerged in 2013 as a controversial figure with audacious, often provably false claims and questionable if not fraudulent business dealings. One of his most infamous assertions involved the possession of no less than five supercomputers reportedly dedicated to Bitcoin mining and research. These claims, however, turned out to be a fabrication, leading to a protracted legal and financial battle between Wright and the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).

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