Yesterday (June 17), a user under the nickname Hodlonaut, who was previously involved in litigation with Craig Wright, reported that he had filed a retaliatory lawsuit against the pseudo-creator of the first cryptocurrency in Norway. Earlier Wright threatened to file a lawsuit against this user and promised $5,000 for revealing the user’s real name.
The Trial between Hodlonaut and the Pseudo-Creator of Bitcoin
In April of this year, lawsuits began between Craig Wright and an unknown Twitter user. The wicked Wright threatened to sue one of the users of the network because the latter allegedly "disrespectfully" spoke about his statements regarding the creation of Bitcoin. In response to Wright’s threats, the WeAreAllHodlonaut movement arose; popular exchanges began to block and remove Craig’s cryptocurrency from the listing.
Yesterday, there was an update on the proceedings. This time, the Hodlonaut user himself filed a lawsuit against Craig Wright. He reported about it on Twitter.
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"Regarding the legal situation, all I can state at this point is that I have issued proceedings against Craig Wright in Norway." – Hodlonaut, Twitter.
Netizens have responded positively to the statements. Indeed, now there are several lawsuits related to pseudo-Satoshi. The reason for this was that recently Craig Wright once again tried to get a patent for Bitcoin and was very successful. Therefore, he assured the "copyright" to the White Paper of Bitcoin, but the crypto community instantly responded to the news and created a petition to refute this fact.
Now the pseudo-creator of Bitcoin is awaiting a legal case in Norway. Let us remind you that on June 14 of this year, a tremendous growth of Wright’s cryptocurrency, Bitcoin SV, occurred.
Editor: Yulia Krasnaya