What has all the money, the time, the work, the hotel bills, the footage, the angst around the Kleiman v Wright trial really achieved?
George Siosi Samuels takes a look into the Kleiman v Wright trial and what it could mean for the legacy of Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto.
In this article, Timothy explains how there are no shortages of proposed blockchain applications and delve into disruptive innovation and how it occurs in the digital currency industry.
Jerry Chan gave his opinion on the biggest civil court case in recent history - Kleiman v Wright trial before the case winds down and an official court ruling soils his perspective.
Timothy Merkle offers an unpopular opinion that Robinhood’s recent decisions are reasonable, stating that the company is under no obligation to provide market access as its users demand.
Currently, Bitcoin City is more style than substance, as more thought has apparently gone into imagining a central plaza shaped like the BTC logo than to more mundane items such as sewage flow.
Bitcoin maximalists can’t accept that Dr. Craig Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto because he fails to embody the mythologies these maxis adopted during the Bitcoin creator’s absence from the scene.
The token craze has taken off on BSV recently, and it is finally refreshing to see so many ambitious projects take advantage of the unbounded possibilities and scalability of the BSV blockchain.
Here are a few updates from the Kleiman v Wright trial in Miami, in case you got distracted by the serious stuff.
Jamie Wilson is a former employee of Dr. Craig Wright in Australia who appeared via a video deposition early in the trial but whose name resurfaced during the defense cross-examination of Dr. Matthew Edman.
Bitcoin’s “trial of the century” has stopped pretending it’s about enriching Ira Kleiman and is now a full-throated effort to diminish Bitcoin creator Dr. Craig Wright before his BSV technology can achieve mainstream acceptance.