Jack Dorsey’s Square doesn’t care who created Bitcoin — just who didn’t

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Jack Dorsey’s fintech Square recently hit back at legal threats over its hosting of the Bitcoin whitepaper.

Self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto Craig Wright threatened to sue Square for copyright infringement last month, alongside anyone else hosting Bitcoin’s whitepaper.

In a letter sent via Twitter DM, Wright’s lawyers gave Square two weeks to remove the whitepaper from its website or face supposed consequences.

Square’s legal team has now sent a counter letter in return.

In it, lawyers demand Wright be more specific about his claim to the Nakamoto moniker and requested draft copies of Bitcoin’s whitepaper.

Front-running Square’s defense is the Cryptocurrency Open Patent Alliance (COPA).

Square formed COPA last September to combat so-called “patent lockup,” which the San Fran firm says hinders adoption and innovation in the crypto space.

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Square’s letter gives Wright and his team two weeks to respond.

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