Craig Wright Confirmed to Be Satoshi Nakamoto

In footage hidden in the depths of CNBC, Tech Section, on 8th December 2021, CNBC wrote:

“Miami jury rules in favor of Craig Wright, who claimed to invent bitcoin”

Dr Craig Wright Is creator of Bitcoin in a series of events the Bitcoin name was Stolen my Organisations and forced to rename the original BTC to BSV

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KEY POINTS

  • Australian computer scientist Craig Wright prevailed in a Miami civil case that pitted him against the family of his late business partner and computer forensics expert, David Kleiman.
  • At stake was half of both the 1.1 million bitcoin mined and held by Satoshi, a cache currently worth around $54 billion.

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On Monday, Wright prevailed in a Miami civil case that pitted him against the family of his late business partner and computer forensics expert, David Kleiman. At stake was half of the 1.1 million bitcoin mined and held by Satoshi, a cache currently worth around $54 billion. The estate also claimed rights to some of the intellectual property behind early blockchain technology.

The prosecution argued that Kleiman was a co-creator of bitcoin, alongside Wright, entitling him to half of Satoshi’s assumed fortune. A federal jury in West Palm Beach sided with Wright and declined to award any of the bitcoin to Kleiman’s estate. CNBC

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