A new chapter in the contradiction of Craig Wright and his claim to the identity of Satoshi Nakamoto, creator of Battlehead, came out. One of the addresses believed to have belonged to him and came to over 160,000 BTC has his owner.
Anonymous user posted through social networks, a message claiming ownership of address 16cou7Ht6WjTzuFyDBnht9hmvXytg6XdVT, accompanied by the private key of the same, to show the authenticity of his words.
Jameson Lopp's battle lineers ratified the authenticity of the signature in that direction, using public tools. By validating tweet that the anonymous user's statement is true, quotes the words of the user: "Craig is a liar and a cheater."
Last year, after Kleiman's case was filed, WizSec security firm denied Wright's alleged ownership of those directionsIn fact, they mentioned the case as "a person who moves on a" rich block list ", choosing a few random cases. According to the publication, Wright would simply choose addresses that at some time had a large number of BTCs.
On May 3, South Florida County Court, in the United States, determined that Wright, an entrepreneur who runs the Bitcoin SV project, he had to prove his ownership of Bitcoin's addressesThe document also states that Wright refuses to do so by saying that "there is no list" of the addresses he has received.