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Bitcoin Trial Verdict Could Finally Answer if Craig Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto

A Miami jury declared the self-proclaimed Bitcoin inventor was not liable for fraud and gave him sole custody of 1.1 million bitcoin which had been mined years ago. This cryptocurrency tranche was the first set ever to have been created and is worth an estimated $54 billion. With the case now settled, the community looks to Wright to see if he'll move some of the bitcoin, proving he's really the fabled Satoshi Nakamoto.

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Bitcoin Trial Verdict Could Finally Answer if Craig Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto

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    About Craig Wright and His Claim as Inventor of Bitcoin

    Learn about the self-proclaimed Bitcoin founder and why not everyone is acknowledging his claim that he's Satoshi Nakamoto.

    Craig Wright really wants you to think he invented Bitcoin. Don't believe him.
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    Craig Wright really wants you to think he invented Bitcoin. Don't believe him.

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    Will the Kleiman vs. Wright Court Case Finally Reveal Who Invented Bitcoin?
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    Will the Kleiman vs. Wright Court Case Finally Reveal Who Invented Bitcoin?

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