Dr Craig Wright explains that $Bitcoin was not designed to be censorship resistant, why that is the case? as well as why the nodes in a network have a hierarchical structure?
Dr Craig Steven Wright is an Australian software businessman. Dr Wright in the past publicly claimed to be the main part of the team that developed $Bitcoin, and the mysterious person behind the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. These claims unfortunately are not believed by most of the cryptocurrency community base.
What appeared to initially trigger Dr. Wright’s response was a statement in the magazine that said:
In the ideal configuration, P2P networks shouldn’t have any hierarchy (all nodes are equal), and nodes should share the network load uniformly. This basic layer of a mesh of interconnected nodes is what helps Bitcoin to be censorship-resistant.