UK Court Will Let Craig Wright Serve Claims Against 16 Bitcoin Developers

Ontier LLP, the law firm representing entrepreneur Craig Wright’s Tulip Trading Limited , has been given the green light by a London High Court to serve papers on 16 Bitcoin-related developers in a fight over funds from the defunct Mt.

The wallet is connected to the hack that drained 800,000 BTC from the world’s then-most popular bitcoin exchange in 2014.

“Tulip Trading is, purely and simply, a victim of theft,” said Wright’s lawyers in a statement.

To do so would likely involve creating a forked coin which, not unlike others before it, would be a different coin from bitcoin.

Gox hack that ended up in the infamous 1Feex wallet, previously sent a letter that they might take legal action to claim any coins recovered from that wallet on behalf of victims of the Mt.

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