A pair of foreign government websites joined a growing cadre of online forums supporting Bitcoin's founding document.
- Representative Patrick McHenry, ranking member of the House Financial Services Committee, also hosted a copy of the white paper on his official congressional government webpage.
- Publicly hosting digital copies of the white paper has become a community response to legal threats of alleged copyright violations filed by nChain Chief Scientist Craig Wright against the nonprofits Bitcoin.org and Bitcoincore.org, which have long hosted the document.
- Since 2018, a copy of Satoshi Nakamoto's white paper has also been tucked away on the U.S. Sentencing Commission's website.
Update (Jan. 26, 22:54 UTC): Rep. McHenry added to second bullet.
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