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Bitcoin SV price analysis: BSV defies gravity inspired by coverage in The Financial Times
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Wait Bitcoin SV is called Craig? That's a coincidence. What's his surname?

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Wake up Craig I could do with the 'post deleted' message tia

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https://cryptoslate.com/craig-wright-committed-fraud/

Craig Wright, the controversial creator of Bitcoin SV claiming to be Satoshi Nakamoto, could be facing jail time for fraud. Documents from a Florida court proved that Wright committed perjury, as his defense contradicts an affidavit he previously submitted to an Australian court.

Wright summoned to appear in court, documents reveal he allegedly committed fraud


Craig Wright, the chief scientist at nChain and self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto, shows no signs of stopping. After invoking the ire of the crypto community by suing UK podcaster Peter McCormack for libel, Wright went on to focus on a much bigger legal battle he faces in the United States.

Namely, Wright has been embroiled in a lawsuit with Ira Kleiman, brother of the late David Kleiman, who he claims helped him develop Bitcoin. Kleiman sued Wright for allegedly stealing 1.1 million BTC from W&K Info Defense Research, a company Wright and David Kleiman founded and operated.

After refusing to reveal his Bitcoin holdings and appear in front of a judge, the Southern District of Florida court ordered him to appear at mediation on Jun 18 to address the allegations against him. Wright previously filed a motion to postpone the case and be allowed to attend the mediation through video conference. The motion was rejected by the U.S. District judge Beth Bloom.

However, the court documents also revealed that Wright has committed fraud, for which he could face up to five years in prison and various fines. According to the documents, after being accused of stealing over $11 billion worth of BTC, Wright “filed a sworn declaration that is incontrovertibly false based on an affidavit and supporting evidence he previously submitted to an Australian court.”

Wright allegedly lied about his involvement in a Florida company he and Kleiman owned


The lawsuit against Wright alleges that he and Dave Kleiman mined over 1.1 million bitcoins through their jointly owned company called W&K and that after Kleiman’s death, Wright took unlawful possession of all the bitcoins and intellectual property of the company.

After receiving a complaint from Ira Kleiman and the Kleiman estate, Wright filed a motion with an Australian court saying he had no connections to Florida or W&K. He then supported these claims with a sworn declaration stating he was never a shareholder, member, agent, employee, or representative of W&K.

But, most importantly, he swore, under penalty of perjury under the laws of the United States, that he’d never exercised authority or control over W&K.

However, it was found that Wright submitted an affidavit to the Supreme Court of New South Wales, where he confirmed that he owned 50 percent of W&K Info Defense LLC, while Kleiman owned the other 50 percent.


He then doubled down, saying that “W&K Info Defense LLC was an incorporated partnership” and that “all shares are held jointly.” According to the court documents, Wright also said he called a “shareholders meeting” in 2013, where he was the sole vote that nominated the director of the company.

The affidavit directly contradicts sworn statements Wright had made to the court in Florida, where he asserted that he had never been a shareholder or a member of W&K and that he never exercised any authority or control over the company.

Documents which Wright signed as the “authorized representative” of W&K were revealed, as well as multiple occasions on which he identified himself as the lead researcher of the company.


The crypto community has responded strongly to these new developments, with many coming up with further evidence showing Wright contradicting himself on various occasions. Others have come up with their own theories on why he claimed to be Satoshi Nakamoto in the first place.




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Woah!

The judge went above and beyond in making this order for Craig to appear before the judge.

Notable is that the court signalling repeatedly that it is aware of the ins and out of encryption and isn't going to tolerate Craig's bullshit technobabble





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June 15, 2019, 07:44:46 AM
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Is this the BSV Blockchain thread or Craig Wright circus thread.

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June 15, 2019, 09:06:51 AM
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Is this the BSV Blockchain thread or Craig Wright circus thread.

"Craig Wright" is a huge part of the "BSV blockchain"......

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June 15, 2019, 09:18:21 AM
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Woah!

The judge went above and beyond in making this order for Craig to appear before the judge.

Notable is that the court signalling repeatedly that it is aware of the ins and out of encryption and isn't going to tolerate Craig's bullshit technobabble[/b]

unfortunately faketoshi will not be arrested. he can pay many lawyers, he has money and does not have proof against him. I believe that the judge just wants to hear the faketoshi side. it is a case very complex that in my opinion only the accuser is losing money and time. People like faketoshi are very smart and calculating and fight with this type of person most of the time is useless

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June 15, 2019, 03:43:36 PM
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https://twitter.com/stephendpalley/status/1139915209739579392

BREAKING in Kleiman v. Wright case.  Motion to Compel GRANTED yesterday in strongly worded order.  The tl;dr is below.  Excerpts follow.

Court rejects "but encryption is hard" argument wright made.

Basically, "give me a break" -- you need to comply with court orders.

Wright says he hasn't complied with court order but it's not possible.


https://twitter.com/stephendpalley/status/1139918678252773384

Let me translate.  Wright is close to getting sanctioned and losing.  Court doesn't think much of his arguments.  Case not over but it is not a good development for him.



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All of those who were tricked by Ayre and CSW shenanigans should sell while they can.
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June 15, 2019, 05:28:57 PM
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All of those who were tricked by Ayre and CSW shenanigans should sell while they can.
The court in the Kleiman v. Wright case about to prove he is Satoshi
"To lose he has to be Satoshi".

Anyway this is the BSV Blockchain thread with large blocks, cheap transactions, growing number of apps, phenomenal tech....
There are plenty of threads about the Wright sideshow.
Large blocks are real, BitCoin can scale, welcome to reality.

"The existing Visa credit card network processes about 15 million Internet purchases per day worldwide. Bitcoin can already scale much larger than that with existing hardware for a fraction of the cost. It never really hits a scale ceiling."  Satoshi Nakamoto, April 2009          Avoiding taxes is totally legal if you consider and respect the law.
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June 15, 2019, 05:40:15 PM
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BSV to BTC -4.2%

$100,000 BTC in one hour🍄💊
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All of those who were tricked by Ayre and CSW shenanigans should sell while they can.
The court in the Kleiman v. Wright case about to prove he is Satoshi
"To lose he has to be Satoshi".

Anyway this is the BSV Blockchain thread with large blocks, cheap transactions, growing number of apps, phenomenal tech....
There are plenty of threads about the Wright sideshow.
Large blocks are real, BitCoin can scale, welcome to reality.

Empty blocks, pump and dump, false claims...

He can't prove any transfer of Bitcoins prior to 2013, can't name any trustee for the "blind trust" but "To lose he has to be Satoshi". You're a funny guy.
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All of those who were tricked by Ayre and CSW shenanigans should sell while they can.
The court in the Kleiman v. Wright case about to prove he is Satoshi
"To lose he has to be Satoshi".

Anyway this is the BSV Blockchain thread with large blocks, cheap transactions, growing number of apps, phenomenal tech....
There are plenty of threads about the Wright sideshow.
Large blocks are real, BitCoin can scale, welcome to reality.

Empty blocks, pump and dump, false claims...

He can't prove any transfer of Bitcoins prior to 2013, can't name any trustee for the "blind trust" but "To lose he has to be Satoshi". You're a funny guy.

Code is not law, when will you idiots understand?

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Code is not law, when will you idiots understand?

Being enable to prove his claims in a court is law. When will you idiots understand ?
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Is this the BSV Blockchain thread or Craig Wright circus thread.

"Craig Wright" is a huge part of the "BSV blockchain"......

Welcome to Truth and Law.

Barring some astonishing new breakthrough in cybernetic technology, it is impossible for a person to be a part of a blockchain.

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All of those who were tricked by Ayre and CSW shenanigans should sell while they can.
The court in the Kleiman v. Wright case about to prove he is Satoshi
"To lose he has to be Satoshi".

Anyway this is the BSV Blockchain thread with large blocks, cheap transactions, growing number of apps, phenomenal tech....
There are plenty of threads about the Wright sideshow.
Large blocks are real, BitCoin can scale, welcome to reality.

Empty blocks, pump and dump, false claims...

He can't prove any transfer of Bitcoins prior to 2013, can't name any trustee for the "blind trust" but "To lose he has to be Satoshi". You're a funny guy.

Code is not law, when will you idiots understand?

Not code rules the world   fear does

https://news.bitcoin.com/theymos-bitcoins-satoshi-destroyed/

So Szabo not SN?

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All of those who were tricked by Ayre and CSW shenanigans should sell while they can.
The court in the Kleiman v. Wright case about to prove he is Satoshi
"To lose he has to be Satoshi".

Anyway this is the BSV Blockchain thread with large blocks, cheap transactions, growing number of apps, phenomenal tech....
There are plenty of threads about the Wright sideshow.
Large blocks are real, BitCoin can scale, welcome to reality.

Empty blocks, pump and dump, false claims...

He can't prove any transfer of Bitcoins prior to 2013, can't name any trustee for the "blind trust" but "To lose he has to be Satoshi". You're a funny guy.

Code is not law
, when will you idiots understand?

ETH proved that AMIRITE?



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June 16, 2019, 07:19:28 AM
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Code Is Not Law | Craig Wright (Satoshi Nakamoto)  Schools Oxford Uni Students
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QvWPYjK1HyM&feature=youtu.be


Bit older but interesting informative read
https://medium.com/@JanKarlstedt/who-is-satoshi-nakamoto-what-is-the-tulip-trust-44d5e61a5f60

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June 16, 2019, 09:29:51 AM
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https://twitter.com/stephendpalley/status/1139915209739579392

BREAKING in Kleiman v. Wright case.  Motion to Compel GRANTED yesterday in strongly worded order.  The tl;dr is below.  Excerpts follow.

Court rejects "but encryption is hard" argument wright made.

Basically, "give me a break" -- you need to comply with court orders.

Wright says he hasn't complied with court order but it's not possible.


https://twitter.com/stephendpalley/status/1139918678252773384

Let me translate.  Wright is close to getting sanctioned and losing.  Court doesn't think much of his arguments.  Case not over but it is not a good development for him.



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What jurisdiction ya mean?  Nah...

Edit.

Read and get the reason here

https://www.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.flsd.521536/gov.uscourts.flsd.521536.33.0.pdf

It is only about starting  fishing AFTER , based on
1) condolences from CSW
2) what Ira got from (core) social media

Not even getting down to correct jurisdiction, Australia

So expect only proof that CSW is Satoshi

And put ur money where u see truth is behind against what u might wish to believe

U might see such actions / "protections" from some ppl who KNOW it before you...

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