The second week of COPA v. Craig Wright saw witnesses Mike Hearn, Howard Hinnant, and Zooko Wilcox take the stand.
The European Central Bank rattled crypto evangelists, branding bitcoin “inconvenient, slow, and costly,” and touching on numerous criticisms.
Skeptics of Wright asked why he needed so many pages if he was Bitcoin’s creator. After all, he could prove his identity with just 150 bytes.
Qudos Bank CIO David Bridges claimed that Craig Wright had repeatedly given him many papers and documents and had become “very annoying.”
Elon Musk replied to Bitcoin-loving Ben Hart after he defended himself against claims that he abandoned his family to take up breakdancing.
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