Craig Wright must arrive in Florida on June 28; Wright must also produce a list of all the bitcoins he has extracted by December 31, 2013. He has already been ordered to report on June 18 for an attempt to mediate.
Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto
Craig Wright begins to seriously undermine the American justice. Remember that the month of May was marked by a great unveiling of secret. We were all aware that entrepreneur and computer scientist Craig Wright told the BBC to be Satoshi Nakomoto, the pseudonym used by the very creator of Bitcoin, the virtual and non-state money platform launched in 2008. Wright even promised to provide additional and compelling evidence of his claims, before retracting a few days later, claiming he did not “have the courage” to complete his approach.
Actually, Craig Steven Wright is an Australian computer scientist and businessman.The home of Sydney-based Craig Wright was reportedly raided by Australian police shortly after the revelations. Due to different reason related to the fisc. Craig Wright then denied any connection with Bitcoin. On May 2, 2016, he finally “confesses” to be Satoshi in an interview filmed by the BBC.
In these different companies, Craight Wright has always been quick to play the judicial authorities. His technique is to threaten trial anyone who dares not to recognize him as the one and only inventor of Bitcoin. More than that, the lawyers representing Wright notably sent criminal threats to Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin, Blocksteam CEO Adam Back, and two independent cryptocurrency news agencies.
Show the proof!
Hence, in a restraint order issued on June 14, Federal Judge Bruce Reinhart urged Mr. Wright to produce a list of all Bitcoins he extracted before December 31, 2013.
If Wright does not comply now, he will be found in contempt of court, which could constitute an indictable offense punishable by a fine or imprisonment. It also means that the Court rejected Wright’s explanation that he could not obtain the Bitcoin address information because it was controlled by a blind trust.
Clearly, Judge Reinhart leaves the contractor until today, to produce tangible evidence of what he is saying. He also enjoins him to be present in person at a hearing on June 28 at 9:00 am. If both of these conditions were not met, Craig Wright would face an indictment in court for contempt of court.
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