On CoinGeek Pulse’s 50th episode, we are taking a closer look at one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, the most controversial and influential figure in the space, and a comic book giant.
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.
The audience spoke very highly of part one and now part two of the Bitstocks podcast episode 45 with Dr. Craig Wright is here.
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.
Cøbra’s support for BTC makes his desire to continue to host the white paper on Bitcoin.org all the more curious, given BTC’s current lack of resemblance to the technology described in Bitcoin’s founding document.
The law firm representing Dr. Craig Wright, has announced that it is has been granted permission to serve bitcoin.org operator Cøbra with papers over the hosting of the Bitcoin white paper.
The price of Bitcoin SV has been rapidly rising, and it’s no coincidence that the price rise began on the same day the Crypto Open Patent Alliance announced its filing a lawsuit against Dr. Craig Wright.
The Crypto Open Patent Alliance announced it's filing a lawsuit in the High Court of Justice in England and Wales, to declare that Dr. Craig S. Wright is not the author of the 2008 Bitcoin white paper.
The Bitcoin community in particular has fetishized the concept open-source to the extent that it has become nearly inseparable from the promise of Bitcoin and blockchain technology generally.