- Oct 25, 2021
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Craig Wright’s Defense Wins on All Claims Except Conversion — Wright Says ‘I’m Not Going Anywhere, I’m Here for the Long Term’
After the jury was
The jurors ruled that while Wright was cleared of most charges, he must pay $100 million to W&K Info Defense and no punitive damages. Carolina Bolado, the Law360 reporter at the trial,
The plaintiffs, the Kleiman estate, accused Wright of manipulating his former business partner Dave Kleiman’s bitcoin inheritance and IP. The lawsuit’s preliminaries and discovery period dragged on for years, with all kinds of mystery in between.
“Thank you everyone for all your support over all of the years,” Wright
Bitcoin Advocates Snark at Wright’s So-Called Win
A few other bitcoin advocates had
“Craig Wright is a charlatan pretending to be Satoshi without proof and is getting sued by some other guy or something like that I don’t remember,” the co-founder of Dogecoin, Billy Markus
The attorney representing the Kleiman side seemed pleased with the verdict when he
The lawsuit could see some type of appeal process stem from both sides of the case in regard to the jurors’ recent decision. The hoopla on social media is no different than any other day, as Wright’s supporters wholeheartedly believe the decision was a big win, Wright’s detractors think the case proved he did something wrong. Either way, the verdict will likely not change any minds with strong biases for or against Wright, and whether or not his Satoshi tales are true or false.
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