The ex-CEO of Mt Gox has tweeted about Craig Wright. In the tweet, is it clear that there are some legal documents that his legal team is sending to a few of the selected people? The legal team stated that Wright owns the bitcoins and has the bitcoin address with him. However, the funds that are in the bitcoins are stolen through the defunct crypto exchange.
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Craig Wright is known to be the actual Satoshi Nakamoto. There were never any valid points from this person to argue on his statements. His claims were submissive to the crypto community. The new controversy arose with Mark Karpeles, who the ex-CEO of Mt Gox is discussed being called up by the lawyers of Wright. Many letters are sent to different crypto communities by the firm that is based out of the UK, SCA Ontier, stating that they would act for the people. Earlier, they have acted for the Tulip trading limited, and now they would want to act for Dr. Craig Wright, who is another Satoshi Nakamoto. This person is the creator of bitcoin. In the letter, it is clear that both the Tulip and Wright have 79.900 BTC of bitcoins worth USD 755 million. This price is quoted based on the current price of bitcoin in the market. Many people have shared the same kind of letter from different parts of the world.
What does the letter claim?
There are two different addresses of the bitcoins that are owned by Tulips as per the letter. One of the unsplit addresses is 1Feex. It is the address of the bitcoin that is taken from Mt Gox in 2011 unethically. According to Craig Wright, he owns this address until today. He owns the legal rights for its damages.
Adam Back and Samson Mow, who is from Blockstream, spoke about this 1 Feex address. As per Ricardo Spagni, Craig Wright is the one who stated that he stole the money from Mt Gox. There is a screenshot regarding the same shared by Karpeles in a private discussion channel held on Slack. It is the discussion that happened between them. In the debate, he stated that no funds were being stolen.
The accusations look not as real as the credibility of the London based firm is not validated. However, for now, Craig Wright is thrown out from Twitter for some time. Due to the suspension from this social media channel, he shared the information through Slack and the personal blog.
Mt Gox incident
There were only a few exchanges that were selling and buying bitcoins a few years ago. There is only one reliable platform called Mt Gox, and it is owned by Tibanne limited. It is in Japan. Mt Gox handled around 70% of bitcoin transactions. Not many showed interest, which resulted in losses for the company, and this platform went into oblivion in 2014. There were many hacks, and thefts took place. Around 850,000 BTC were stolen. Few are recovered, but there is no proof 600,000 BTC till today.
Controversial king of bitcoin
Craig S. Wright, known to the most contentious bitcoin personality, is known to be claiming ownership on two other bitcoins. He has filed the legal case. The 1Feex address has funds that he stole from Mt Gox. This person is unintentionally pulling himself into the bitcoin crime. He is recognized as another Satoshi Nakamoto for his dubious activities.
The reason why Craig Wright claimed that he stole the bitcoin
Craig Wright presents himself to be the creator of bitcoin like Satoshi Nakamoto. The claim is dubious. There are many scenarios where this person has claimed to own many bitcoin addresses. The 1Feex bitcoin is stolen from Mt Gox. However, it is found to be receiving in March 2011. The current worth of the bitcoin is USD 755 million. When he claimed to own the bitcoin, he also admitted that he is involved in the theft of Mt Gox in 2011.
However, the letter claims that the 1 Feex bitcoin address belongs to Tulip trust, which is known to be the company that unethically controls the bitcoin money. Wright wants to get all these funds and therefore claimed it to be stolen.
Does Wright own this bitcoin address?
It is not true that Craig Wright owns 1 Feex. Many other bitcoin addresses were claimed to him in the past. However, the bitcoin owners have come ahead to prove their ownership on the bitcoins with proper proofs such as signing messages and keys.
In the letter, he claimed that the key for 1 Feex is stolen in February. When there is no key, he would be unable to transfer funds or sign the messages from the bitcoin address. The person who owns the key would be able to transfer funds.
However, there is no concrete proof that he owns this bitcoin. This person makes many arguments.
Is it tough to stop Craig Wright?
Wright unintentionally put himself in trouble through this bitcoin crime. It resulted in the damage of this reputation in the crypto community and world. This news will not have any kind of impact on the pending court cases. The irony is that these claims will not further stop him from filing the lawsuits. There are a few people who want to sue this person for claiming to steal funds, but there is no clarity on suing him would be practical.
Craig Wright claims to be the creator of Satoshi Nakamoto by giving some invalid evidence. SCA Ontier law firm that is represented Wright in the court contacted the Block stream team. This person is claiming to own two specific bitcoin addresses. There are no concrete proofs for claiming the ownership of those addresses with Craig.