Craig Wright Has To Show Records of Multi-Billion Dollar Bitcoin Ownership Proof in Kleiman Case
According to a recent report released by The Block, the United States District Court, Southern District of Florida, decided to issue an order regarding Craig Wright’s motion about the production of a list of the Bitcoin (BTC) addresses that he owned.
Will Craig Wright Present Records of Bitcoin Ownership?
The cryptocurrency market has been divided regarding Craig Wight and whether he is or not Satoshi Nakamoto, the anonymous founder of Bitcoin. The court order is in the case of the estate of Dave Kleiman vs Craig Wright.
Wright will have to present the list of bitcoins owned that he owned as of December 31, 2013. Moreover, he has to produce documents related to the bitcoins he transferred to the blind trust in 2011 and identify under oath the identity of the current and past trustees of the blind trust.
According to The Block, the spontaneous order means that the court is not moved by Wright’s argument that he cannot obtain the information, which he claims is controlled by a blind trust. As a result, the court required that Wight shall produce all transactional records of the blind trust.
It is worth mentioning that Wright was accused of misappropriating billions of dollars of Bitcoin using a multi-year partnership with Kleiman. Kleiman died a few years ago and Wright moved funds from the wallets they were managing.
Mr. Wright has also been involved in different controversies in the last few months. A few weeks ago, he sued different figures in the cryptocurrency space and the Bitcoin community after they said that they didn’t believe Craig Wright was Satoshi Nakamoto.
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