• Inconceivable!
    Bitcoin

    Craig Wright will appeal $5 billion ruling

    Say it in Inigo Montoya’s voice: ‘Hello. My name is Ira Kleiman. You robbed my brother. Prepare to pay.’

    Self-proclaimed Bitcoin creator Craig Wright intends to appeal a ruling by Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhardt that branded him a liar and ordered him to give approximately $5 billion worth of bitcoin to the estate of his late partner Dave Kleiman.

  • "Justice isn't blind, It just looks the other way."—The Boomtown Rats.
    Bitcoin,  Opinion

    I got subpoenaed in the Craig Wright/Ira Kleiman $6 billion ‘Satoshi Nakamoto’ case and I’m not giving them jack

    They gave me a check for $60 to make photocopies and here’s where they can stick it

    On Monday I got a great scoop on the huge Bitcoin lawsuit between Craig Wright and the estate of Dave Kleiman. Modern Consensus ran my short interview before the courts made any announcement. On Tuesday, someone waited outside my unlisted home address to give me a subpoena for all of my calls, texts, recordings, Whatsapp, and even my encrypted Signal and Snapchat messages. Here’s how it went down and how I’m going to fight it.

  • Craig Wright
    Bitcoin

    EXCLUSIVE: First interview with Craig Wright after judge orders him to pay $5 billion in bitcoin

    ‘When you find a gorilla, don’t kick it in the nuts’

    A hearing in the Kleiman v. Wright case concluded Monday with the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida rejecting Craig S. Wright’s testimony. The judge determined that “Satoshi Nakamoto” is a partnership of three people, but awarded half of its bitcoin holdings to the Kleiman estate. Craight Wright told Modern Consensus he “has no choice but to hand over $5 billion in BTC.”

  • Bitcoin Cash
    Alt coins,  Bitcoin

    While targeting Dark Web drug sales, White House snubs Craig Wright

    An advisory notice singled out Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, and Monero, but utterly ignored the self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto’s Bitcoin SV

    Craig Wright has not been having a good summer. First, his Bitcoin Satoshi Version (BSV) cryptocurrency was booted off the Binance and Kraken exchanges after he was accused of bullying people doubting his claim to be Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto.