Law360 (December 17, 2019, 5:55 PM EST) — The self-proclaimed inventor of Bitcoin is trying to wriggle free from an “absolutely justified” sanctions order to give up half the bitcoin he mined before the death of his business partner, the ex-partner’s estate said Monday.
The estate of David Kleiman asked a Florida federal judge to disregard Craig Wright’s claims that he has “somehow been treated unfairly” by a magistrate judge who declared as fact that Wright and Kleiman entered into a 50-50 partnership to develop Bitcoin intellectual property and the premier cryptocurrency prior to Kleiman’s death in 2013.
The order in question, which would have Wright hand over billions…
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