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Demand for Bitcoin Will See a Dramatic Shift in 8 Years – Retail Addresses to Eat up Entire New Supply

A recent report from ZUBR Research explains that by 2028, retail demand for bitcoin will exceed the new supply. The report highlights that in eight years as Bitcoin’s supply rate decreases “retail size addresses [will] begin to eat up all the new supply alone.” Even the next halving in

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New iPhone Update Shows TikTok, Others Could Be Snooping on Bitcoin Addresses

Popular iOS apps like TikTok might be snooping on sensitive user information such as Bitcoin addresses and bank passwords, security publication ArsTechnica reported earlier this week. Snooping on Bitcoin Addresses Reports from this week confirm last week’s release of Apple’s iOS 14 developer beta for iPhone alerts users when mobile apps “read”

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Old Bitcoin Addresses Call Craig Wright a “Fraud,” but BSV Claims the Contrary

Craig Wright cannot catch a break. The 50-year-old computer scientist and self-proclaimed Bitcoin creator was caught red-faced on Monday after a tweet revealed hundreds of Bitcoin addresses – claimed to be owned by Wright – were signed off with a contrary message.  “Liar and a Fraud” A Reddit post on May 25

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Over a Hundred 10-Year-Old Bitcoin Addresses Signed: Message Calls ‘Craig Wright a Fraud’ 

Just recently news.Cryptox.trade reported on Craig Wright’s recently submitted bitcoin address list that contained at least three spent blocks. Following the court filing, on May 25 a pastezone dump of 144 addresses, which are also represented in Wright’s list, contained a verified message that notes “Craig Steven Wright is

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Craig Wright Called ‘Fraud’ in Message Signed With Bitcoin Addresses He Claims to Own

The credibility of Craig Wright – the Australian tech entrepreneur who controversially claims to be bitcoin’s pseudonymous inventor, Satoshi Nakamoto – has taken another blow. After a list of bitcoin addresses Wright had provided as being his holdings in an ongoing court case were briefly and “inadvertently” made public by plaintiffs

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