• Craig Wright’s wife knows nothing Bitcoin
    Bitcoin,  People

    Craig Wright’s wife knows nothing about how Bitcoin works

    Or is a BTC private encryption key like a Mercedes key, in that a mechanic can cut you a new one if you get locked out

    Craig Wright’s wife, Ramona Watts, knows nothing about how Bitcoin works.  Considering that her husband claims to be Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous author of the Bitcoin whitepaper, you’d think she might be aware that a Bitcoin private encryption key is not like a Mercedes key. At least Ira Kleiman was honest (or self-aware) enough to tell the court that he does “not really” know much about how Bitcoin works. Ira is suing Wright for half of a $10 billion cache of bitcoins mined by Nakamoto in the early days of Bitcoin. Here’s a beauty from her March 19, 2020 deposition, which was unsealed on June 27.  In it, Ramona Watts was asked by…

  • Craig Wright word worthless
    Alt coins,  People

    Judge to Craig Wright: Your word is worthless

    The court ruled against nearly every argument the self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto made about what evidence should be shown to a jury

    “I give no weight to sworn statements of Dr. Wright that advance his interests but that have not been challenged by cross-examination and for which I cannot make a credibility determination. I have previously found that Dr. Wright gave perjured testimony in my presence,” Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart wrote in a scathing 14-page order.

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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.