Craig Wright gewinnt Klage gegen Bitcoin.org
Craig Wright won a lawsuit he filed earlier against Cøbra, seeking to remove the Bitcoin whitepaper from Bitcoin.org.
The self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto won a lawsuit against Cøbra, proving that Bitcoin.org infringed its copyright by posting a white paper describing how Bitcoin works. Earlier, he demanded that several resources (Bitcoincore.org and Bitcoin.org) remove the document from public access at once. And if the administrators of the first met halfway, then Cøbra flatly refused to cooperate with Wright.
One of the main problems during the trial for the man under the nickname Cøbra was that to defend himself in court, he was required to disclose his identity. Due to his refusal to de-anonymize himself, Wright received an easy victory. Cøbra, on the other hand, refused the right to defend himself or put forward counterarguments to the accusatory side.
This does not at all prove that Craig Wright and Satoshi Nakamoto are the same person. But now Cøbra will have to close access to the Bitcoin whitepaper for everyone and pay Wright's legal costs of $48,600.
Cøbra responded to the incident on his Twitter, urging people to think of the lawsuit as the best evidence of why the world needs Bitcoin. After all, of course, their fiat funds are protected by the same system that awards victory to a liar who calls himself Satoshi Nakamoto, simply because "justice" is on the side of those whose wallets are thicker.
Not without a “goodbye” jerk from Cøbra to Wright's side. He clarified that he would be “happy” to pay Wright's costs in court, asking someone to remind him of Satoshi Nakamoto's Bitcoin wallet.