The CoinGeek Pulse Episode 65: Satoshi trial in Florida, Infrastructure awaits Biden signature, and Adrian Grenier joins CoinGeek Backstage


One of the most significant cases in the history of blockchain technology continues—the Satoshi trial resumed this week in Florida with Bitcoin inventor Dr. Craig Wright taking the stand in the Kleiman v Wright court proceedings.

The highly anticipated testimony by Dr. Wright finally began on Monday after being moved from last week’s schedule due to the extended testimony of Ira Kleiman, brother of the late Dave Kleiman. Lawyers for the plaintiff continued to push the allegation that Dr. Wright had a verbal agreement with Dave as the co-creator of Bitcoin. Dr. Wright pushed back heavily against this assertion, and other correspondences that were presented with little context or skepticism. 

To date, the plaintiff has yet to provide any evidence to support their claim. Quite the contrary, there are several pieces of evidence that have been introduced in the trial, which seem to indicate that Dr. Wright was the inventor of…

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