With proceedings lasting over a month, the Bitcoin Trial of the Century did not disappoint. And there was no better view than the one from the gallery where CoinGeek reporters watched the action happen.
CoinGeek's Chief Bitcoin Historian Kurt Wuckert Jr. had the opportunity to sit down with lawyers Andres Rivero and Amanda McGovern to talk about the Kleiman v Wright case.
The Kleiman v Wright verdict comes after an arduous deliberation which initially saw the jury come back to Judge Beth Bloom and say they were unable to agree on any of the questions they had been asked to decide.
There was initial hope that the Kleiman v Wright jury could return a verdict before Thanksgiving. Now, the jury has told the court that they are struggling to agree on any of the questions they are tasked with deciding.
The jury is still deliberating on a verdict for the Kleiman v Wright trial, and their decision could change both Bitcoin's future and perceptions of its past.
The Florida courtroom reached full capacity as spectators, media representatives, lawyers, and interns eagerly watched both legal counsels deliver their closing arguments.
Dr. Craig Wright took to the witness stand for the second time in the Kleiman v. Wright trial when the defense team called him as their final witness.
Friday was a short day in the Kleiman v Wright trial, with only two witnesses taking the stand: David Kuharcik and Dr. Ami Klin.
Day 12 of the Satoshi trial in Florida gave the court a further look into Dave Kleiman’s health and a first look at who Dave Kleiman was as a person in the eyes of his closest friends.
Day 11 of the Kleiman v Wright trial in Florida began where Day 10 left off, with blockchain expert Kevin Madura educating the court on how Bitcoin works.
Attorneys for Dr. Craig Wright have filed a motion for judgment as a matter of law in Kleiman v Wright, urging Judge Beth Bloom to deliver an early verdict on six counts and on damages—effectively ending the suit in his favor.