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Craig Wright and Hodlonaut make an explosive mixture. The self-proclaimed Bitcoin inventor Wright must now pay the Norwegian a total of 66,000 US dollars after a lost lawsuit.

Craig Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto, the father of Bitcoin (BTC). Anyone who claims otherwise must expect legal consequences. However, the Australian has either lost or abandoned all the lawsuits he has started – now, after a lost lawsuit, he must pay even more

Schadenfreude is the most beautiful joy. The Twitterati Hodlonaut has proven this again. He tweeted on August 13 that Wright still owes him $60,000 (USD) after a court case in June. On September 30th he has now announced that the Supreme Court of Norway has rejected Wright’s appeal. As a result, he owes Hodlonaut another USD 6,000.

Hodlonaut waits patiently

Other crypto giants have also been pleased to receive a letter from Craig Wright. Vitalik Buterin, co-founder of Ethereum, for example, also doubts Wright’s credibility regarding his alleged achievement. Podcaster Peter McCormack and Roger Ver, one of the first investors in Bitcoin, do not support Wright either. In the crypto-scene there is a lot of controversy about who Satoshi Nakamoto is – the self-proclaimed inventor Wright has not yet been able to prove that he really is.

A fund set up for Hodlonaut to cover the lawyer’s fees has quickly exceeded the $32,000 mark instead of the targeted $20,000. When and if Wright will pay off his debts, however, remains to be seen.

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