• Craig Wright: I'm just smarter than you, your honor.
    Bitcoin,  People,  Uncategorized

    EXCLUSIVE: Sneak peek at Craig Wright’s next court filing: Your honor, judges don’t understand bitcoin!

    The man who would be Satoshi Nakamoto claims he didn’t lie, people just can’t understand his extraordinary life

    Editor’s Note: With $3.6 billion in bitcoin on the line, nChain founder and self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto’s Craig Wright is about to argue that he shouldn’t be fined $650,000 for lying in court, because he didn’t. The court filing, which Modern Consensus has seen before it enters the public record, is part of Wright’s attempt to fend off a claim on half of a cache of 1,000,000 bitcoin mined in the early days of bitcoin by its creator, Satoshi Nakamoto. Wright is being sued by the estate of his late partner, Dave Kleiman.  So far Wright has been hammered in court. Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart, who oversaw a pre-trial stage of the…

  • Craig Wright (via CraigWright.net)
    Bitcoin

    Satoshi or not, judge fines Craig Wright $650,000 for courtroom antics

    A judge accused Wright of lying and wasting the court’s time in a lawsuit seeking half of the fortune held by the real Satoshi Nakamoto

    The Judge who accused Craig Wright of lying in court may order him to pay $650,000 to the estate of his late partner, Dave Kleiman. Wright claims to have created Bitcoin and is being sued for half of a one million bitcoin cache mined by Satoshi Nakamoto.

  • Craig Wright: I'm just smarter than you, your honor.
    Bitcoin

    Craig Wright unable to produce $5 billion to settle Bitcoin lawsuit

    The self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto broke off settlement talks with the estate of his late partner, who wants half of a 1.1 million bitcoin cache bitcoin’s creator should own

    In the latest act of the Craig Wright Follies, the self-proclaimed Satoshi is claiming poverty. Okay, maybe not poverty, exactly, but he has apparently backed out of a settlement deal to resolve the $10 billion lawsuit by the estate of his late partner, Dave Kleiman. According to Kleiman’s quite angry lawyers, he now says he can’t afford it.