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computer says no
_Due to its structure, all transactions of Bitcoin are public and the 1.1 million Bitcoins in question have remained untouched since Wright’s big reveal. Members of the Bitcoin community have regularly called for Wright to move just a fraction of the coins into a separate account to register that he truly is as wealthy as he claims._
I don’t get it… does this mean that _holdings_ aren’t public, and people are disputing whether he actually has 1.1m bitcoins?
50B today, or?
How did the court decide he actually had possession of the bitcoin?
He’s probably just going to use them as security and scam a bank out of some loan money
He got hit with a $100 Million fine.
Since he is a con-artist that is most definitely NOT Satoshi Nakamoto, and thus does not actually control the Bitcoin in question, he is in a world of pain right now.
Did he actually invent Bitcoin in any capacity?