• Craig Wright headphone Satoshi Nakamoto
    Bitcoin,  People

    Judge to Wright: Reveal Tulip Trust III contents by Valentine’s Day

    Lawyers claim the self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto shouldn’t be allowed to shut the third in his Russian nesting-doll scheme of Tulip Trusts away from public eyes

    The courts have given Wright until Feb. 14 to propose redactions to the latest in a series of trusts that he has said hold the keys to Satoshi Nakamoto’s 1.1 million bitcoins. That’s assuming Wright is actually the creator of Bitcoin, as he claims and many, many others deny.

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    7 questions about Satoshi’s ‘bonded courier’ we want to ask Craig Wright

    Lawyers will get to ask Craig Wright seven questions about the courier who may—or may not—have delivered the keys to a $10 billion bitcoin fortune. Here’s the seven we’d pick

    The trial may not happen until July, but before that Craig Wright will have to answer seven questions about the “bonded courier” who may—or may not—have brought him the data he needs to prove he created Bitcoin.

  • Craig Wright word worthless
    Bitcoin,  People

    EXCLUSIVE Craig Wright: If I produce Nakamoto’s bitcoins my critics will say I stole them

    And why he chose that particular Times of London article for the Bitcoin Genesis Block

    Yesterday, nChain chief scientist and self-proclaimed Bitcoin creator Craig Wright’s attorneys told a judge that the “bonded courier” he has long maintained held the encryption keys to Nakamoto’s 1.1 million bitcoins had arrived. He doesn’t believe even that will quiet his critics.

  • Craig Wright reading sued billions in bitcoin
    Cryptocurrencies,  People

    Judge to Craig Wright: Put up or shut up

    Self-proclaimed bitcoin creator given until Feb. 3 to prove a ‘mysterious bonded courier’ is delivering the keys to $9 billion in bitcoin in ‘Tulip Trust I-III’

    Craig Wright has just 23 days left to prove his claim he’s really Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin and founder of the cryptocurrency revolution. “Given the Defendant’s many inconsistencies and misstatements, the Court questions whether it is remotely plausible that the mysterious ‘bonded courier’ is going to arrive, yet alone that he will arrive in January 2020 as the Defendant now contends,” Judge Beth Bloom wrote.