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‘Bitcoin Inventor’ Craig Wright Allegedly Cries in Court Amid $10B Crypto Lawsuit

Witnesses say self-proclaimed bitcoin inventor Craig Wright cried in court during the $10 billion crypto lawsuit that could determine who is Satoshi. | Source: Youtube/BBC
Witnesses say self-proclaimed bitcoin inventor Craig Wright cried in court during the $10 billion crypto lawsuit that could determine who is Satoshi. | Source: Youtube/BBC

 
Self-proclaimed bitcoin inventor Craig Wright reportedly cried in court during cross-examination in the $10 billion crypto lawsuit filed against him by the estate of deceased computer genius Dave Kleiman.

On Friday morning, Wright was captured on a Twitter video as he headed into the Paul G. Rogers Federal Building in West Palm Beach, Fla.

Estate of Dave Kleiman Wants at Least $5 Billion from Craig Wright

Wright wore a gray suit and said nothing to the videographer who filmed him. He was accompanied by his lawyer and a burly man who appeared to be his bodyguard.

Wright was deposed this morning by the lawyers for Ira Kleiman, the brother of the late Dave Kleiman. Kleiman was a colleague of Wright who had worked on bitcoin with him from 2008 until he died in 2013.

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Wright’s morning deposition was closed to the public (as they are usually are). However, the courtroom was re-opened to the public for the afternoon evidentiary hearing, which began shortly after the deposition.

Read the full story on CCN.com.