$64 Billion Florida Lawsuit May Reveal Identity of Elusive Bitcoin Inventor Satoshi Nakamoto

$64 Billion Florida Lawsuit May Reveal Identity of Elusive Bitcoin Inventor Satoshi Nakamoto


A lawsuit in the Florida court system involving two computer scientists involved in early mining of the bitcoin cryptocurrency could potentially reveal the identity of so-called Satoshi Nakamoto, the anonymous inventor of bitcoin and the author of a white paper explaining the currency’s utility and independence from banks and governments.

The civil case features a legal battle between the family of David Kleiman, a deceased computer security expert, and Craig Steven Wright, a man who has claimed to be Satoshi Nakamoto since 2016. Kleiman’s family indicates that the deceased man and Wright worked together on a plan to mine over a million bitcoin, and seeks the proceeds of this

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