The Bitcoin billionaire and self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto has been ordered by a Florida court to produce records under oath of all the bitcoin he owned at the end of 2013, as well as details of a 2011 trust thought to contain approximately 1.1 million bitcoin now worth more than $6 billion.
The Tweets of April: Courthouse becomes new battlefield for Bitcoin Cash
Legal attacks by the central powers of Bitcoin SV lead to an alliance seeking to kick it out of major cryptocurrency exchanges
Crypto billionaire Craig Wright filed a £100,000 libel suit against “What Bitcoin Did” podcast host Peter McCormack on April 18, following a twitter-based argument about the real identity of Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto.
Binance boots BSV because of billionaire’s bombast
Calling Craig Wright a “fraud,” the leading crypto exchange’s CEO delisted his BSV coin in retaliation for suing crypto community members
Craig Wright’s legal threats to cryptocurrency community members challenging his claim to be Bitcoin founder Satoshi Nakamoto have gotten his BSV coin booted off of the world’s largest exchange.
Child porn images bring unwanted attention to blockchain technology
Bitcoin SV is not alone in having to deal with illegal materials posted permanently on a digital ledger
The downside of blockchain’s immutable record came into focus this week, when an as-yet-unknown user was discovered to have uploaded child pornography directly onto Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (BSV).