Media: Oban’s testimony was rejected, and 50% of BTC and related intellectual property held before 2014 must be given to Kleiman.

On August 26, at the hearing of Kleiman and Ao Ben Cong case, Ou Bencong’s testimony was rejected. According to people familiar with the matter, referee Judge Bruce Reinhart suggested that the plaintiff obtain 50% of the bitcoin held by Oban Tseng before December 31, 2013 and 50% of the intellectual property related to Bitcoin software. In addition, Oban has no right to participate in the jury trial, nor can he object to the order and retain his right to appeal. However, the case is still not over and some procedural issues need to be finalized, including collecting issues. However, substantive issues have been identified, indicating that a lengthy trial may be possible.