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The Identity of Bitcoin Inventor "Satoshi Nakamoto" Will Be Revealed by Court


Until now, no one knows who "Satoshi Nakamoto", the person who is considered to be the creator of the digital currency, Bitcoin. However, the mystery about the name "Satoshi Nakamoto" is likely to be revealed soon. The reason, the real identity of "Satoshi Nakamoto" will reportedly soon be revealed in a court case in Florida, United States. Satoshi Nakamoto is the pseudonym that has been referred to as the inventor of Bitcoin, when he introduced the cryptocurrency in 2008.

After more than a decade of mystery, the true identity of Satoshi Nakamoto will be revealed in a lawsuit over the ownership rights of over 1 million Bitcoins. This case began when the family of the late computer scientist, David Kleiman, admitted that he and a friend named Craight Wright, had created the cryptocurrency Bitcoin under the name Satoshi Nakamoto.

Craig Wright himself is an Australian businessman who claims to be the founder of Bitcoin, under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. However, these claims are still considered dubious and cause controversy among the cryptocurrency community. Because, until now, Wright has never shown concrete evidence, whether he really has access to the Bitcoin wallet in Satoshi Nakamoto's name or not. On the other hand, Kleiman's heirs argue that David Kleiman, who died in 2013, was also the person who created Bitcoin.

The Kleiman family say they have evidence to suggest that David Kleiman and Craig Wright were in a partnership.

As a result, Kleiman's heirs demanded to get half of the Bitcoin deposits in Satoshi Nakamoto's wallet, which is estimated to be worth 70 billion US dollars or around Rp. 1,000 trillion. "We have evidence to show that they once entered into partnerships to create and mine over a million Bitcoins," said Vel Freedman, a lawyer for the Kleiman family. According to the Kleiman family, they helped Wright write the Bitcoin white paper and launched the cryptocurrency with him in October 2008. For this claim, the Kleiman family considers that they are entitled to own some Bitcoin assets in the name of Satoshi Nakamoto.

However, Wright's lawyers argued that his client was the sole creator of Bitcoin, and never entered into a partnership with David Kleiman. "We believe the court will not find any evidence to show that they were in a partnership," said Andres Rivero, Wright's attorney.

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