THE COURT ORDERED CRAIG WRIGHT TO PROVIDE A LIST OF HIS BITCOIN ADDRESSES
A federal court in the Southern District of Florida ordered Craig Wright to provide a list of his public Bitcoin addresses.
Recall that in a lawsuit filed in February last year on behalf of David Kleiman, it is claimed that Wright stole Bitcoins worth more than $5 billion at the current rate.
The issued ruling contains a number of claimants ’claims that they asked the court to oblige Wright to provide a list of Bitcoin’s public addresses that belong to him as of December 31, 2013, to identify Bitcoins allegedly transferred to anonymous trust management in 2011, and also to provide documents related to by this trust’. In addition, the plaintiffs asked the court to oblige Wright to establish the identity of the current and past trustees and beneficiaries of the trust under oath.
The document states that the court revised its ruling on a previously submitted request from Wright, whose goal was to hide information relating to his assets in Bitcoin. As previously reported, in December last year, the court rejected a request to dismiss the case against Craig Wright.