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Perhaps due to that, or perhaps due to his blog posts, which were precise, calm and erudite, Nakamoto was imagined to be a gentle, even shy, individual. This was not proving to be the case. The object of Wright’s ire was Dr Nicolas T Courtois, a French-Polish expert in cryptology, code-breaking, virtual currencies and specifically bitcoin, who was sitting to my right. He was here as GQ’s expert witness, having made the short walk from his office at University College London, where he lectures, to the offices on the fourth floor of a narrow building on Tottenham Court Road.
We were barely eight minutes in when Wright took issue with Dr Courtois’ suggestion that his evidence was not conclusive. You’ve got this one thing,” said Wright. There was an audible groan from the PR side of the room. It was at this point he walked out.