A court orders Dr. Craig Wright to pay the full legal costs of Peter McCormack and has requested the former to attend court over a possible breach of an embargo on the trial judgment.
Of course, the price matters to most regardless of whatever coping narratives one likes to construct, whether “only transaction volume matters” or “only use matters” or “only the court cases matter.”
Wall Street Technologist Jerry Chan addresses the media noise on the recent court case between Dr. Craig Wright and blogger and podcaster Peter McCormack.
The verdict of the case is simple and straight: The court found that Peter McCormack committed libel against Dr. Craig Wright for publicly calling him a fraud for claiming himself to be Satoshi.
The victory of Dr. Craig Wright in the recent Wright v McCormack case left many unsatisfied on both sides and looking forward to Bitcoin's next legal installment in the hope of a more decisive outcome.
Peter McCormack dropped his defense when presented with the evidence that Dr. Craig Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto, his backers stopped funding him, and he lost on all 15 counts.
Nearly £10 billion class action lawsuit was filed this week in the United Kingdom against Binance, Kraken, Bittylicious, and Shapeshift over collectively delisting the BSV in 2019.
Dr. Craig Wright sued in libel over 14 tweets published by Peter McCormack and words spoken by him in a YouTube video between March and October 2019.
The verdict is in: Peter McCormack is liable for defamation over his social media campaign claiming that Dr. Craig Wright’s claim to the Satoshi Nakamoto name is fraudulent.
Judge Chamberlain will now decide whether to accept Dr. Craig Wright’s claim that his reputation was or was likely to be seriously harmed by blogger Peter McCormack’s tweets.
The analytics are crucial to the case because all that Dr. Craig Wright needs to succeed in his case against McCormack is to show that the tweets caused serious harm to his reputation in the United Kingdom.