Craig Wright Receives Court Order to Disclose His BTC Addresses
The order is a part of the $5 billion ongoing lawsuit filed against him by Ira Kleiman.
A court in the United States ordered Crag Wright, the self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto, to provide a list of his public Bitcoin addresses.
The order by the District Court of the Southern District of Florida is a part of the ongoing case against Wright filed by the estate of Dave Kleiman last year. The allegations concern the ownership of between 550,000 and 1.1 million Bitcoins, as well as the intellectual property rights of various blockchain technologies. The coins were worth around $5 billion at the time of filing the lawsuit.