Redittor Reveals Craig Wright Submitted Fake Email in Bitcoin Lawsuit Over Satoshi’s Identity
According to the Redditor named Contrarian, Craig Wright could have submitted false information regarding the case related to Dave Kleiman in which he was sued for many billions of dollars. Apparently, Wright stole 1 million in BTC from Mr. Kleiman when he died.
Signature Dates Could Be Wrong
According to an expert in GPG signatures and cryptography, the evidence that Wright submitted is provably false.
About it, the Reddit revealed:
“We know how to find the long ID of the key used and the timestamp of the signature. I’ve bolded the ID and italicized the timestamp. Looking at the MIT keyserver, we can find the fake* key. The timestamp of the signature is 1394600848, which is March 12, 2014, two weeks before Craig filed to install Uyen as a director of Dave’s old company, and almost a year after Dave died!”
Apparently, the email does not only have a suspicious signature but it also has a misspelling in the name of Dave Kleiman, which has been written as David Kleiman.
Wright has been involved in a large number of suits against others and he has also received many different lawsuits. Calvin Ayre has been working as a pressman for Mr. Wright. Calvin Ayre owns the crypto site Coingeek.
In the last few weeks, Craig Wright has been involved in some controversies regarding Hodlonaut and his decision to sue the Twitter user. Hodlonaut claims that Craig Wright is not Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin. Because of this, Mr. Wright decided to sue him.
This situation generated increased support for Hodlonaut and it ended up with the delisting of the Bitcoin SV (BSV) cryptocurrency from different exchanges, including Binance and ShapeShift.