Through the Granath v Wright trial, Magnus ‘Hodlonaut’ Granath has sat in the Oslo District Court flitting between expressions of vacant boredom, incredulous bemusement and bubbling frustration.
In this installment of the Brittany Bitz Podcast, Patrick Thompson and BrittanyFaslun talked about leveraging blockchain solutions, how other digital currencies fit into an economy with Bitcoin, and more.
In the CBDC playbook of nChain, the risks of CBDCs were discussed, especially "loss of privacy," and the BSV blockchain is a handy tool to enhance privacy at scale.
A new bill hurdles the British parliament as it hardens its stance on digital currency exchanges in the wake of soaring financial crimes, a move that is also expected to affect the blockchain sector.
The Tulip Trust has asked that Roche Freedman be disqualified from its case against Ira Kleiman over the ownership of W&K.
Drawing from his experiences, Dr. Craig Wright tackles in his paper how anonymity brings power and how social media interaction can control the public's mind, leading to the distortion of the truth.
In this livestream roundup, Kurt Wuckert Jr. called for both sides of this case to see the humanity in each other, and whether we support Dr. Wright or Hodlonaut, we deal with human beings above all else.
Dr. Craig Wright was in Dublin to deliver a keynote presentation at Global IoT Summit, and as he told CoinGeek Backstage, he’s restoring his original Bitcoin vision.
The Granath v Wright trial in Norway is over, with much of the trial’s final day spent with Halvor Manshaus and Halvard Helle of Schjodt giving their closing arguments for Dr. Craig Wright’s defense.
Magnus Granath's camp ends the trial's sixth day with a strong closing argument that Dr. Craig Wright is a fraud, but BDO may have likely turned the tables around as they poked holes in KPMG's report.
Norwegian Thomas Høiby reflects that Dr. Wright, who has tried to help the world by creating a better money and data system, has been bullied for years—pointing out that bullying is not okay.