In New Court Filing, Craig Wright Claims to Receive Keys to $9.6B Bitcoin Fortune
Craig Wright said he received the necessary information to unencrypt the so-called “Tulip Trust.”
The Florida judge has now approved fees and expenses amounting to about a quarter of the amount claimed.
The Australian entrepreneur who claims to be the inventor of bitcoin has suggested he might take legal action over claimed infringement of his intellectual property.
Wright objected after a judge dismissed his attorney-client privilege over weak evidence.
The filing says Wright has abused attorney-client privilege to withhold documents from the court.
Volatility in bitcoin SV (BSV) is raising concerns about the resilience and stability of the world’s fifth-largest cryptocurrency.