Craig Wright Ordered to Disclose Bitcoin Addresses in Kleiman Court Case
A U.S. court has ordered self-proclaimed bitcoin inventor Craig Wright to disclose bitcoin addresses from 2013 in an ongoing lawsuit.
The entrepreneur has cited Hurricane Dorian as the reason he needs more time to challenge a recent court order.
Three witnesses including the self-defined Nakamoto's wife, biographer, and contractual overseer are called to testify.
Craig Wright broke a non-binding settlement agreement to forfeit half his claimed bitcoin holdings, according to a court filing.
It was an emotional day for the self-professed creator of bitcoin as he testified in the on-going Kleiman lawsuit.
Steve Shadders, who sees the "Satoshiness of Wright," will testify as a factual witness alongside Wright himself.