The U.S. District Court has confirmed that Ira Kleiman must pay Dr. Wright’s legal costs relating to all seven of Kleiman’s failed claims arising from last year’s Kleiman v Wright trial in Florida.
Judge Beth Bloom has granted a request by Ira Kleiman’s attorneys to add pre-judgment interest to the $100 million awarded to W&K in last year’s Kleiman v Wright lawsuit.
The "Theory of Bitcoin" project is about to start a new series, focusing on advanced coding techniques to build Bitcoin applications, and would take a look at different topics for a month at a time.
The only conclusion that can be reasonably drawn from the PBD Podcast episode with Michael Saylor is that he is either being deliberately deceptive or has failed to grasp even the basics of Bitcoin.
Satoshi’s focus for Bitcoin was not to seek ways to subvert the government or the state but to find a way for people to transact cheaper since currently, businesses rely on costly payment solutions.
On this special episode of The Bitcoin Bridge, Dr. Craig Wright shares for the very first time the presentation he gave before a panel of industry experts deciding on the future of the internet.
If given a list of top 5 bitcoiners that universally garner a knee-jerk negative response, every list would include Dr. Craig S. Wright. But why?
The U.K. High Court has rejected a costs proposal by Crypto Open Patent Alliance (COPA) with regard to rulings issued by the Court late last year in their case against Dr. Craig Wright.
Marquez Comelab explains the most fundamental elements of Bitcoin and how it operates to help readers gain the necessary background to understand and start exploring Bitcoin.
The addition to COPA of one of this century’s most notorious villains in Mark Zuckerberg and Meta deserves consideration. Why would Meta choose now to join COPA’s campaign against Dr. Wright?
Building things on blockchain leads inevitably to questions about the latest hotness, and there’s always the latest hotness, Greg Bledsoe writes.