Court Set To Decide If Computer Scientist Is Really Satoshi• January 15, 2024 11:54 am • Comments
Do you believe that Craig Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto? He certainly believes he is and has made these claims on numerous occasions.
The most notable legal case he was involved in revolved around 110,000 Bitcoin he claimed was owed to his company Tulip Trading.
A court in the United Kingdom is set to hear arguments and evidence that could confirm that Wright is indeed the legendary Satoshi Nakamoto.
The case is set to begin on January 15th. Bitcoinist touched on the implications of the case:
The outcome of Wright’s legal battle has far-reaching consequences not only for him but also for the broader crypto community.
If the UK court rules in favor of his claims, it would solidify his identity as the enigmatic Satoshi Nakamoto, effectively validating his long-debated proclamations.
Here are some reactions from the crypto community:
— ᗪIGIᑎᗩᑌT 🍥 (@digitalnaut) January 14, 2024
Are you going to follow the Craig Wright Vs COPA trial that starts on 5th of February?
Where COPA is attempting to disprove Craig is Satoshi.
Amazing to see such huge companies against Craig. Must be something there. Yes, all these companies against Craig. pic.twitter.com/hYZ50D7RKK
— Bitcrash (@Bitcrash4) January 15, 2024
If Craig Wright is not Satoshi I will look like a right ****! pic.twitter.com/8OvAmjn2w9
— oudekaas (@oudekaas3) January 15, 2024
We are all Satoshi. Except for Craig Wright.
— Ma-Re-Ah 🇺🇦 💪 (@2xWhisky) January 10, 2024
The court’s decision said Wright must provide printed proof of 95 documents dating back to 2007 that attorneys for Wright said were stored on a recently found Samsung USB drive that would prove he is Bitcoin creator Nakamoto.
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