The slate of lawsuits filed by Dr. Craig Wright are often analyzed as though they are a deliberate continuation of Dr. Wright’s emergence as Satoshi Nakamoto in 2015.
The new rules, if passed, would apply to ‘unhosted wallets,’ those being non-custodial third-party wallets such as Ledger, Tezos, and MetaMask.
Here we are at the end of 2021—was it a good year? In many ways, it was, and in many ways, it wasn't. But it was definitely a year full of major changes that will impact the blockchain industry for a long time to come.
Instead of the usual front page, visitors were greeted with an invitation to send BTC to the "Bitcoin Foundation" with the promise to return double their sent amount.
The judge in Dr. Craig Wright’s now-victorious white paper case against BTC developer Cøbra has rejected a bizarre, last-gasp attempt by a Satoshi Nakamoto imposter to have the judgment overturned.
The court is the perfect venue for resolving disputes, particularly those involving allegations of fraud or, on the other side of the coin, libel. Why, then, are all of Dr. Wright’s critics so keen to avoid it?
The first of Dr. Wright’s copyright infringement claims has reached its conclusion, with the English High Court ordering that Cøbra remove the Bitcoin White Paper from the bitcoin.org website.
Dr. Craig Wright has been awarded default judgment in his intellectual property infringement case against Twitter user Cøbra concerning bitcoin.org’s hosting of the Satoshi Nakamoto White Paper.
In his latest blog post, Dr. Craig Wright takes a look at the flawed idea put forward by Cøbra (@CobraBitcoin) regarding assassination markets and anarchist society.
The deadline for Cøbra to respond to Dr. Craig Wright’s white paper lawsuit has officially passed, with Cøbra apparently deciding to take no action.
The individual behind the Cøbra pseudonym is making thinly veiled threats of violence against the law firm representing Dr. Craig Wright in the defense of his copyright in the Bitcoin white paper.