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    Bitcoin,  Innovators

    Australian CFO compelled to give deposition in $10 billion Bitcoin lawsuit

    Judge rules James Wilson, who worked with Craig Wright in 2013, should be deposed

    The $10 billion lawsuit between self-proclaimed Bitcoin inventor Craig Wright and the adopted brother of his deceased friend Dave Kleiman would come down to a he said/he said argument if no other witnesses came forward. However, it appears the defense has found a witness in James Wilson, a CFO who worked for Craig Wright when Dave Kleiman was still alive. Motions filed in court this past week compelled Wilson to testify when he arrived in Washington, D.C. on Friday. Calls to the law offices associated with both parties confirmed that the deposition was scheduled for Friday.  Wright’s team initially opposed the deposition. On November 4, they filed a response in…

  • Cointelegraph's new editors: Jay Cassano (left) is editor in chief while Dylan Love (right) is news editor (courtesy of Cointelegraph).
    Media

    EXCLUSIVE: Cointelegraph finally gets new editors

    Veteran investigative journalist Jay Cassano is now editor in chief, Dylan Love is head of news

    Crypto news site Cointelegraph now has two new editors. Veteran journalist Jay Cassano will be taking the helm of the publication as editor in chief, while Dylan Love will be head of news. Though still widely read in crypto, Cointelegraph had been officially rudderless since mid-September. That’s when executive editor Olivia Capozzalo and head of news Molly Jane Zuckerman simultaneously quit. As proof for those who believe crypto journalism is one giant revolving door, Zuckerman has been a contributor to Modern Consensus, a role her replacement at Cointelegraph used to hold for about nine months.

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    Gartner: Blockchain can beat deepfake

    The leading research firm highlighted blockchain as a technology with the potential to change the world, citing video manipulation defense and mobile cryptocurrency payments

    Within two years, at least 10 major news organizations will be using blockchain technology to combat deepfake video manipulation. Two years after that nearly one third of the world’s news and video content will be authenticated using blockchain.