- Allegedly, Craig Wright has openly admitted theft of 80,000 Bitcoin from Mt.Gox.
- Spagni highlighted Craig Wright’s involvement with the Bitcoin exchange, Mt.Gox.
- Craig’s law firm wrote to “Bitcoin Core” that Craig wright has 79,566 bitcoins in a bitcoin address beginning with ‘1Feex’.
In a recent tweet, Riccardo Spagni the leader of the Monero has clarified that Craig Wright has openly admitted theft of his 80,000 Bitcoin BTC from Mt.Gox. Apparently, Mt.Gox was the world’s largest Bitcoin exchange until it suffered a huge loss in the year 2014 due to malicious hacking activities.
Just so we're clear, Craig Wright has just openly admitted (via his lawyers) to be the guy that stole 80k BTC from Mtgox. The screenshots below show the court documents indicating the "1Feex" address is where the stolen Mtgox funds were sent. What do you have to say, @CalvinAyre? pic.twitter.com/Yh1esDar6J
— Riccardo Spagni (@fluffypony) June 12, 2020
Craig Wright is an Australian entrepreneur who self-claimed that he was the legit creator of Bitcoin or in other words he was the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto. This happened in the year 2016. He provided all the technical proofs and documents to support his claim. Some people in the Bitcoin community confirmed his claim whereas others kept on asking for more proof.
Dr. Craig Wright’s Constant Efforts to Prove Himself Satoshi
Earlier this year, he released a blog post called ‘Forking and Passing Off’ claiming theft of 100 billion USD. He said that only he has the right to access the Bitcoin ledger and that developers did not have the right to change the software’s underlying databases. In his article, he explained the forking software branch and the intricacies of the derived codebases of Bitcoin’s original source code in detail.
Soon later, sued for stealing Bitcoin worth 5 million USD from a previous business partner. Reports say that he entered into a joint bitcoin mining partnership with his IT consultant Dave Kleiman who passed away recently. Kleiman alleged Wright in charges of deceiving the documents and backdated them after his consultant’s death so that it would appear that he had signed his shares away.
Spagni highlighted Craig Wright’s involvement with the Bitcoin exchange, Mt.Gox. theft. He stated that Craig’s law firm wrote to “Bitcoin Core” that Craig wright has 79,566 bitcoins in a bitcoin address beginning with ‘1Feex’. This is the same address that belongs to the hacker of Mt.Gox bitcoin. Spagni also added a screenshot of the court document in his tweet. The screenshot showed that the bitcoin address starting with ‘1Feex’ belonged to Craig which was under remittance of the stolen Mt.Gox funds.