The idea of Bitcoin was crafted way back in 1998 before its official introduction in 2009, based on court testimony and traces of Dr. Craig Wright being active in information technology.
Dr. Craig Wright is appealing last month’s Granath v Wright verdict, according to a statement released by Schjødt, the firm representing him in Norway.
The question of signature has always ranked at the top in the inquiry of Satoshi's identity, but it is only because people are stuck with self-centered and erroneous assumptions.
Friend and former colleague Shoaib Yousuf sheds some light on Dr. Craig Wright's research activities and tells of his reaction when he found out Wright had created Bitcoin.
Dr. Ami Klin tells the Oslo court that Dr. Craig Wright has a superior, prodigious intellect with a strong knowledge of history, words, philosophy, and technical matters.
Under cross-examination from Magnus Granath's counsel, Stefan Matthews' memory is probed on specific dates and details regarding the white paper draft, signing sessions, blog posts, and negotiations.
Joshua Henslee begins his latest video by pointing out that regardless of what the ruling in the defamation case was, it was wrong for Granath to say that Dr. Wright is a scammer, a fraud, and mentally ill.
Round one of Granath v Wright is over: attention now turns to the parallel defamation case in the United Kingdom, which is set to be heard next year.
The four hour-long testimony begins with some now-familiar background about Dr. Wright's family, his grandfather's role as a codebreaker in WWII, and the impact this had on Wright's career.
Kurt Wuckert Jr. was a recent guest on the Messy Times, recounting the Granath v. Wright trial and shedding light on the power of influence while giving a gist on the new digital asset recovery tool.
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.