Aoben Cong asked the lawsuit to be postponed for 14 days and questioned the judge’s decision to hand over nearly 500,000 bitcoins.

According to CryptoGlobe, according to court documents filed on August 30, Craig Wright issued a start-up proposal to extend the ongoing lawsuit for 14 days and challenged the presiding judge Bruce Reinhart's previous ruling. The document also shows that Wright's team needs more time and staff to prepare, as Hurricane Dorian is expected to land in Florida in the coming weeks. A recent document claimed that Wright “does not recognize” that magistrate Reinhart has the right to issue an order determined in the ruling, and his legal counsel needs sufficient time to challenge him. According to the Odaily Planet Daily, in a court document issued on August 27th, District Judge Bruce Reinhart confirmed that Oban would need to give 50% of the 1.1 million bitcoins it claimed to be jointly mined with Kleiman between 2009 and 2011. Kleiman, at the same time, Oban has to compensate Kleiman for intellectual property fees related to Bitcoin software. In addition, Ao Ben Cong was required to pay legal fees and related expenses incurred in this motion. Also. The court also found that Oban was dishonestly debating, perjury and acknowledging false evidence during the motion.