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Craig Wright, who calls himself Satoshi Nakamoto, has once again made a weak showing in court

Bitcoin: Craig Wright, who calls himself Satoshi Nakamoto, has once again made a weak showing in court

On February 13, 2024, a routine hearing was held in the legal dispute between the Crypto Open Patent Alliance and programmer Craig Wright. During the hearing, Wright discovered that he could not remember the recipient of bitcoins he sent on behalf of Satoshi Nakamoto.

According to the report, Wright claimed to have sent #bitcoins to multiple people through his various companies, believing that their addresses belonged to #Satoshi Nakamoto. However, when asked about the specific individuals who received the coins, Wright stated that he could not recall them all at this time. Despite being asked to give at least one name, he was unable to do so.

In addition, the programmer expressed dissatisfaction with the experts involved in the trial, criticizing their inability to verify their own work.

One of the people present at the trial, under the pseudonym bitnorbert, shared his observations on the website X (formerly Twitter), stating:

"All in all, it was another day where a cornered man collapsed helplessly in court while his lawyer remained silently watching the proceedings. The judge had to intervene several times to get Wright to respond."

It's worth noting that Craig Wright previously denied the forgery charges and offered explanations for the discrepancies in the documents.

Wright is scheduled to testify again on February 14, and the trial is expected to last several more weeks.

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