Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright notified the court that he had received private keys that would allowopen access to wallets with 1.1 million bitcoins allegedly mined by him together with business partner Dave Kleiman.
Craig Wright’s notice of compliance by ForkLog on Scribd
“Wright notifies the court that a third partyprovided him with the necessary information and part of the key to unlock the encrypted file. Wright also provided a list of possessions in Bitcoin, as requested by the judge. ”- the document says.
A file refers to a document associated with the Tulip Trust Blind Trust, which supposedly contains $ 9.6 billion in cryptocurrency on its accounts.
Against this background, the price of Wright-supported Bitcoin SV cryptocurrency rose above the level of $ 400, at the time of publication, rolled back to $ 355. The coin came in fourth in the CoinMarkerCap ranking.
In late December, Wright submitted a letter to the court,dated June 2011 and allegedly signed by Dave Kleiman himself, in which he agrees to return the cryptocurrency to Craig Wright, if before that she will still be in the Tulip Trust blind trust. To do this, Kleiman supposedly needs to hire a courier who, on January 1, 2020, will give the private keys to the trust's wallets to Wright.
Florida District Court previously recognizedinvalid decision to recover from Craig Wright half a million bitcoins in favor of the Kleiman family. The judge also ordered the entrepreneur to inform the court about the fate of the mysterious courier before February 3.