Craig Wright was given permission to make claims against bitcoin.org
23.04.2021 | auglovoi
The High Court in London ruled that the self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto, represented by Craig Wright, has the right to file claims against the administration and owners of bitcoin.org. The court ruling so far says only about the administrator under the pseudonym Cobra, whose real name is still unknown. But he has already issued a statement that if he has to reveal his true identity to protect freedom, by which, in this case, is meant the bitcoin white paper, he is ready for it, despite numerous threats, including death, against him.
Back in 2019, Craig Wright copyrighted the bitcoin source code and its manifesto, commonly referred to as the “white paper.” Thus, he effectively declared himself Satoshi Nakamoto, as he has repeatedly, in principle, said. However, the U.S. Copyright Office did not recognize Wright as the creator of the first cryptocurrency. But that didn’t stop him from taking a number of websites to demand that the bitcoin white paper be removed from their pages.
Bitcoin.org, Bitcoincore.org and Square have already received demands to eliminate “copyright infringement.” But less than a month later, the Cryptocurrency Open Patent Alliance demanded an explanation from Wright, followed by a lawsuit to declare the impostor’s claims a lie.