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Weekend Story: Hodlonaut Wins Norwegian Lawsuit Against Self-Proclaimed ‘Satoshi’ Craig Wright
On today’s show, CoinDesk reporters break down the outcome of the Hodlonaut v. Wright trail.
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CDCROP: Space Cat (Hodlonaut)
Hodlonaut Expects Craig Wright to Appeal Verdict in Norway
The Bitcoin advocate won a defamation case against Wright, who claims to be the founder of Bitcoin, but said the legal fight isn't likely over.
CDCROP: Space Cat (Hodlonaut)

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Is Voluntary Regulation the Right Approach to DeFi?
The IRS taxes non-fungible tokens, Europe debates decentralized finance and more.
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CDCROP: Hodlonaut sued Craig Wright in Norway. The trial kicks off this week. (Trevor Jones for CoinDesk)
Hodlonaut Wins Norwegian Lawsuit Against Self-Proclaimed ‘Satoshi’ Craig Wright
In her ruling, Judge Helen Engebrigtsen wrote that “Granath had sufficient factual grounds to claim that Wright had lied and cheated in his attempt to prove that he is Satoshi Nakamoto.”
CDCROP: Hodlonaut sued Craig Wright in Norway. The trial kicks off this week. (Trevor Jones for CoinDesk)

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Hodlonaut’s Tweets a ‘Reckless Campaign’ Against Craig Wright, Lawyers Say, as Satoshi Trial Reaches Conclusion
Accusing the self-proclaimed Bitcoin founder of being a mentally ill scammer shouldn’t be allowed in a democracy, Wright’s lawyers said on the final day of an Oslo trial.
CDCROP: Judge's Hammer (Pixabay)

CDCROP: Claims over the true identity of bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto are being heard in Oslo's District Court (Jack Schickler for CoinDesk)
Craig Wright’s Satoshi Proofs ‘Not Credible’ and a ‘Farce,’ Hodlonaut Lawyers Say
Closing statements on behalf of the Twitter user targeted by Wright suggests the case could hinge on vagaries of Norwegian defamation law as much as the identity of Bitcoin’s founder.
CDCROP: Claims over the true identity of bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto are being heard in Oslo's District Court (Jack Schickler for CoinDesk)

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Craig Wright Could Have ‘Bamboozled’ Andresen During Private ‘Satoshi’ Signing Session: Trial Witnesses Explain
Expert witnesses on behalf of Hodlonaut say Wright could have used any number of tricks to fool Bitcoin developer Gavin Andresen into believing he was Satoshi.
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Craig Wright’s Abnormal Psychology
In the Hodlonaut trial, Wright’s claims about his own state of mind are as bizarre as his claims about blockchain technology. But there’s an all-too-rational explanation.
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The Oslo District Courthouse (Mahlum/Wikimedia Commons)
Craig Wright Tells Court He ‘Stomped on the Hard Drive’ Containing Satoshi Wallet Keys
“Otherwise, people will end up forcing me into doing something I don’t want to do,” the self-styled Bitcoin creator told a Norwegian court.
The Oslo District Courthouse (Mahlum/Wikimedia Commons)

CDCROP: Craig Wright at CoinGeek Conference New York (Eugene Gologursky/Getty Images for CoinGeek)
Craig Wright Won’t Give Cryptographic Proof He’s Satoshi, His Lawyers Say at Hodlonaut Trial
Wright’s attorneys say his scholarly work, personal history and, above all, his success convincing Gavin Andresen that he held Satoshi’s private keys are proof enough.
CDCROP: Craig Wright at CoinGeek Conference New York (Eugene Gologursky/Getty Images for CoinGeek)