Wright Craig Declared a Fraud — Judge Not Convinced With His Claims By CoinQuora
- Mati Greenspan alleges self-acclaimed Satoshi, Craig Wright, is a ‘fraud.’
- Florida judge criticizes Wright’s misleading of the court.
- The Judge didn’t decide whether Wright is Satoshi.
Craig Wright is an Australian computer scientist who says he was part of the team that developed.
Financial analyst and consultant, Mati Greenspan garnered attention over his recent tweet, this time he tweets that ‘Craig Wright is a fraud’. Additional evidence was also attached to his assertion. Different opinions were generated by the tweet. Many agreed with his statement, pointing out that Craig Wright was not just a fraud but also delusional.
Conversely, one netizen warned him to be ‘careful what he says.’ Adding that ‘not only is Wright Satoshi but he is also Chuck Norris.’
According to the above, it is possible that the fan was simply warning Mati against the fate of McCormack in the case defamation. Wright sued McCormack to defame him in 2019, over several tweets that suggested that Wright was lying about being Satoshi Nagamoto.
Mati thinks that Craig would be Satoshi if he had hundreds of proofs. He is also repeatedly caught lying, which speaks volumes.
Craig Wright claims to have been Satoshi Nakamoto, bitcoin’s inventor for many years. Many people believed that he was a fraud after he made the claim. He was believed by one individual. Records show that Ira Kleiman was the brother to deceased technologynologist Dave Kleiman. Emails allegedly forged claim that Wright and Kleiman collaborated to create and launch Bitcoin in 2001 and 2009.
These documents also indicated that Wright was joined by Kleiman to mine thousands and hundreds of bitcoins between 2009 and 2010. Kleiman sued Wright several years later to recover his share of the Nakamoto Bitcoins. Both parties have been fighting the case since in Florida.
Bruce Reinhart, federal magistrate judge, criticized Craig Wright’s inconsistencies with the court. As well as generally wasting everyone’s time.
Judge Reinhart says;
Dr. Wright’s story not only was not supported by other evidence in the record, it defies common sense and real-life experience,” the judge added. More generally, Reinhart found that Wright’s “non-compliance with the court’s orders is willful and in bad faith.
Reinhart wasn’t convinced by the court documents that Wright presented to prove he left bitcoin when drug dealers and traffickers began using BTC. Also, Wright’s assertion that he created a legal entity called the Tulip Trust, with him and Dave Kleiman as trustees.
Wright also claims that he has encrypted his keys to bitcoin. He claims that he used an encrypted scheme which required several keys in order to justify his claim. He claims Kleiman is dead and he cannot now decrypt the file.
Judge Reinhart did not respond to any of Reinhart’s claims. He rather declared it.
Dr. Wright’s demeanor did not impress me as someone who was telling the truth,” the judge wrote. “I completely reject Dr. Wright’s testimony about the alleged Tulip Trust, the alleged encrypted file, and his alleged inability to identify his bitcoin holdings.
In particular, Judge Reinhart didn’t address whether Craig Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto. Wright could present additional documents, but the case is not over. If found concrete will now lead to a legal battle over how much of Wright’s wealth belongs to the Kleiman estate.
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