Ahead of the Satoshi Trial (aka COPA v Wright) that is in recess next week, let's all get together and raise our spirits with some community singing!
Through three weeks of COPA v Wright, one factor has hovered over the proceedings like a phantom: hundreds of documents submitted into evidence which the COPA says were forged by Dr. Craig Wright.
From the catastrophic miscalculations of Chernobyl to the economic meltdown of 2008, and a few goodies in between, the lesson is clear: sometimes, the experts get it spectacularly wrong.
Christen Ager-Hanssen's dismissal as nChain CEO is said to have been rooted in his plans to get Dr. Craig Wright's IP, even going beyond organizing a mock trial to threaten witnesses and unauthorized access to the BDO drive.
The third week of COPA v Wright saw individual COPA members put on the stand in front of Justice Mellor. This was Mellor’s first chance to see the true extent of the circus that has dedicated itself to attack Dr. Craig Wright and his status as the inventor of Bitcoin.
Viewers of the Satoshi Trial (COPA v Wright) may be focused on the answers given by witnesses on the stand, but oftentimes, queries by the judge could be a critical piece that could help unravel the truth.
Speculations arose when Meta decided to drop out of COPA quietly, but even member of the alliance, Steven Lee, could not give a concrete answer behind the reason when grilled during the Satoshi trial.
COPA is trying to prove that Craig Wright is not Satoshi Nakamoto, and they are doing it by trying to show that his life's work and documents are all fantasies or forgeries and comparing Satoshi to modern BTC devs.
The COPA v. Wright trial is more than just a fight revolving around the real identity of Dr. Craig Wright as Satoshi Nakamoto, but it also sheds light on how essential digital identities are.
A number of witnesses took the stand for Dr. Craig Wright in London’s COPA v Wright trial, telling the court in various ways that their experience with Dr. Wright before the public release of the Bitcoin White Paper makes him a likely candidate to be Satoshi Nakamoto.
SLictionary Co-founder John 'Jack' Pitts joined the Coingeek Weekly Livestream this week, where he discussed the latest updates about the COPA v Wright, Bitcoin, and more.