Craig Wright, the entrepreneur who controversially claims he is Satoshi Nakamoto, is moving to settle the $10 billion Kleiman court case.
The entrepreneur has cited Hurricane Dorian as the reason he needs more time to challenge a recent court order.
In a court document published Aug. 27, Judge Bruce Reinhart said Craig Wright argued in bad faith.
A magistrate judge has recommended that Craig Wright turn over 50% of his bitcoin and intellectual property from before 2014 to Ira Kleiman.
Wright has made another attempt to cement his claim to be Satoshi Nakamoto, posting bitcoin's white paper on a scientific paper hosting site.
CoinDesk travels to Florida to talk to supporters and detractors of the so-called creator of bitcoin.
The judge overseeing the ongoing lawsuit against Craig Wright, who claims to have invented bitcoin, shot down a motion challenging the court's…
In a July 24 examination, Jonathan Warren confirmed it is easy to back date messages to alter dates and times.
A verdict was not declared in an ongoing contempt and sanctions hearing for the self-declared inventor of bitcoin.
Roger Ver is now Executive Chairman of Bitcoin.com as Stefan Rust joins as CEO