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Craig Wright denies hacking Mt. Gox and says he bought these bitcoins

June 16, 2020

Craig Wright, the self-appointed Candidate for Satoshi Nakamoto and chief scientist at NChain, has addressed the recent allegations by have hacked that has already disappeared Exchange Mt. Gox.

Last week, Ricardo Spagni, a key maintainer of Monero’s data protection currency (XMR), tweeted court documents in which he Craig Wright’s affiliation to a Bitcoin Wallet (BTC) related to Mt. Gox, known as “1Feex”::

“Just to be clear, Craig Wright has just frankly admitted (through his lawyers) that he was the person who stole Mtgox 80,000 BTC.. “

Craig Wright denies hacking Mt. Gox and says he bought these bitcoinsCraig Wright denies hacking Mt. Gox and says he bought these bitcoins

Spagnis Tweet followed a series of Letters sent on June 12 by Wright’s lawyers to emphasize that his client was 80mil BTC owner at “1Feex”that has been associated with the Mt. Gox hack.

Wright claims he bought 1Feex bitcoins and refuted evidence

In a statement shared with Cointelegraph a few hours ago, Wright claims he bought the Bitcoin stored in 1Feex ‘wallet End of February 2011 and “was forwarded to this address on March 1st of this year.”

“”The total amount of Bitcoin that is now owned by Tulip Trading Limited remains in this direction to this day.“said nChains chief scientist.

According to Wright The only evidence presented as part of the allegations is “an alleged Skype chat between Mark Karpeles and Jed McCalebHowever, this document is just a text file and not a validated Skype record. “

“No other or credible evidence was provided, such as Mt. Gox’s internal / accounting records,” he continued. Wright emphasized that too Mark Karpeles has previously been convicted of tampering with company records.

This is also mentioned in the new declaration 1Feex’s Bitcoin transaction was not reported to the police between March 2011 and the Mt. Gox collapse in 2014“Neither Mt. Gox has attempted to recover this bitcoin.” Wright finds him suspicious, as the alleged Skype document suggests that Karpeles knew that the missing cryptocurrency was stored at 1Feex.

Wright closed his testimony offer everyone “including the Mt. Gox Liquidators”, Contact your lawyers if they want to claim ownership of Bitcoin.

In one of the ongoing litigation by Wright claims to own the Tulip Trust, a large number of Bitcoin wallet addresses with a total volume of around 1.1 million BTC that he and his partner Dave Kleiman allegedly had previously mined.

Kleiman died in 2013 and Wright was unable to get the money back. Wright is currently in litigation with David Kleiman’s estate. As he recently told Cointelegraph, “99.9999 and many others are 9 percent certain” that he will take control of the Tulip Trust’s instructions. The trial of this case is scheduled for July 6 in the southern district of Florida.

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