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Craig Wright the self-proclaimed “Satoshi Nakamoto” in much trouble after losing the Lawsuit

Florida Federal Judge, Bruce Reinhart has ordered Craig Wright self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto to turn over 50 percent of the Bitcoin (BTC) that he mined along with his former business associate, deceased computer genius, Dave Kleiman.

The Florida Judge has also ordered him to hand over 50 percent of any intellectual property that he has developed along with Dave Kleiman.

This judgment has come as a major blow for Craig Wright self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto. The news was confirmed by Craig Wright himself when in an interview he boasted that he still is a Bitcoin whale as he still owns more than $5 million United States Dollar (USD) in Bitcoins.

According to some Twitter account, though the Federal Judge acknowledged that Craig Wright has committed perjury but still decided not to throw him in jail and not impose any fine upon him. (Perjury is a third-degree felony in Florida punishable by up to 5 years in prison and a fine of $5,000 United States Dollar).

Though one of Craig’s admirer Calvin ayre took his twitter to predict the outcome of the case, which didn’t fall on the right place and he has to face the criticism of Twitterati’s. 

But the case is still not over and the proceedings are ongoing. The details of the case documented as “Kleiman vs Wright” is still not made public.

Florida Federal Judge, Bruce Reinhart has also noted that Craig Wright has, “failed to present any credible evidence showing that any of the parties he suggests are members of W&K.” Moreover, the Judge wrote that “the Court simply does not find the Defendant’s testimony to be credible” as to membership in W&K.

This post first appeared on Coin Market, please read the originial post: here

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Craig Wright the self-proclaimed “Satoshi Nakamoto” in much trouble after losing the Lawsuit


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