The court asked CSW to disclose the early bitcoin holdings. Can "Zhong Ben Cong's mystery" be solved?

On April 28th, Kleiman and Wright's high-profile lawsuits continued to heat up, and the plaintiff accused CW (Craig Wright) of submitting forged evidence in court. After responding to the recent CSW motion to dismiss the case, the plaintiff also submitted an order requesting CSW to provide a public bitcoin address as of December 31, 2013. The Florida Southern District Judge Bruce Reinhart, who is in charge of the case, has signed the order.


CSW is required to provide bitcoin address

The lawsuit began on February 14, 2018 and involved $11 billion in bitcoin and a large amount of intellectual property. The Kleiman Heritage Agent represents the late security researcher David Kleiman. Some people think that Kleiman may be a member of an organization named after Nakamoto.

Although CSW claims to be Sakamoto, the cryptocurrency community does not buy it. Many people say that he has not provided cryptographic evidence to link himself to the birth of Bitcoin.

So far, the lawsuits of Kleiman and CSW have been delayed for more than a year, and CW was accused of forging documents last week.

Today, the plaintiff asked to see a list of bitcoin addresses that CSW had before December 2013. Currently, a large portion of Bitcoin address information is either modified or difficult to trace, but Kleiman's legacy agent believes that tracking bitcoin holdings in CSW 2013 and earlier is related to theft allegations.

CSW has told the court that it is impossible to confirm the bitcoin he held at the time. However, Kleiman's attorney's attorney insists that this does not affect the plaintiff's right to obtain relevant evidence, and that the data "can be obtained in other ways."

Kleiman's family wants CSW to provide a list of Bitcoins owned as of December 31, 2013, and to confirm all the bitcoins he transferred to the discretionary trust company in 2011. In addition, they asked him to provide information on all trustees and beneficiaries of the discretionary trust company. In addition, the plaintiff asked CSW to testify again about the ownership of Bitcoin.

The plaintiff requested the court to make the following additional findings: (1) requiring Dr. Wright to provide bitcoin held as of December 31, 2013; and (2) requiring Dr. Wright to confirm all bitcoins transferred to the discretionary trust company in 2011; (3) Require Dr. Wright to provide documents relating to discretionary trust companies; (4) require Dr. Wright to swear to confirm the identity of the current and former trustees, beneficiaries of the discretionary trust, and the manner in which Bitcoin is transferred to the discretionary trust; (5) Allow further proof Dr. Wright's ownership and control over Bitcoin… The court found this additional finding to be valid.

“Sua sponte”, a spontaneous command, means that the court will not stop because CSW cannot obtain certain information. He earlier claimed that the information was controlled by a discretionary trust. Therefore, the court requested that “Whit before 5 pm Eastern Time on May 15, 2019, Dr. Wright shall provide all transactions of the discretionary trust company, including but not limited to any reflection of Bitcoin transferred to the company in 2011 or around. recording."

Will this lawsuit uncover the mystery of Nakamoto?

CSW's defense team said that they could indicate whether any changes should be made before May 8. After the 8th, CSW would need to provide Kleiman's personal representative with the name and location of the discretionary trust company it used. The current name and contact details of the trustee and the beneficiary. On May 9, CSW will provide any other documents related to this discretionary trust company. Another important date is May 15th, when CSW must provide all transactions for discretionary trusts, including transactions that Bitcoin transfers in or around 2011.

The information provided to the court must be accompanied by a sworn statement of the authenticity of the promise. The latest order submitted by the Kleiman Heritage Agent may further provide more information about the case and the trust fund allegedly located in Seychelles, which is said to contain approximately 1 million bitcoins.

Many people have been paying attention to this lawsuit because it may reveal some information about whether the two people really participated in the birth of Bitcoin, or this is just a well-designed scam. The recent order issued by the Kleiman Heritage Agent, the summoning of Jeff Garzik, a large number of old documents and the millions of bitcoins alleged to exist in a trust company indicate that the plaintiff believes that CSW’s claim that he is Sakamoto is related to the case.