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Satoshi Nakamoto is back, Craig Wright denies

50 bitcoins, which presumably belong to the Creator of the first cryptocurrency, was moved between wallets. Interestingly, earlier in the trial Craig Wright claimed that the bitcoins belong to him. So he tried to convince the community that he is Satoshi.

The transaction took place on 20 may, it was divided into 2 parts – 40 BTC and 10 BTC. These bitcoins were extracted on 9 February 2009 and was not used for 11 years.

Satoshi Nakamoto is back, Craig Wright denies

Representatives Chainalysis said:

We are still exploring the issue. Apparently, 40 BTC was sent to one of the first purses, they are still not spent. 10 BTC was sent to the mixer.

Wright vs Satoshi

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This address, which was 50 bitcoins, until today, was inactive. In court documents in the case of Kleiman, the next hearing is scheduled for July 6, Craig Wright pointed out that these assets belong to him.

A billionaire and one of the main sponsors of the Bitcoin SV Calvin Eyre recently said that Wright won’t move these bitcoins, and these bitcoins are not owned by the Creator of bitcoin. He wrote:

The transaction had NOT SATOSHI. I just talked to Satoshi. Wright confirmed that there had been no transfer.

Wright caught in his own trap. He previously argued in court, only he has access to the wallet, but to touch the assets in this wallet he can not. As it turned out, the funds are free to move. This means that the address does not belong to Wright, that is, he falsified court documents.

If the air is right, and Wright would deny any involvement in the transaction, he can easily lose in court. Moreover, the judge repeatedly expressed doubts about his testimony.

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