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Bitcoin ‘inventor’ needs to put security in a £ 4 billion hacking suit

By Christopher Crosby (Jan 5, 2022, 10:59 a.m. GMT) – Bitcoin’s self-proclaimed creator is forced to file security in a lawsuit aimed at forcing developers to rewrite the code on his account after hackers allegedly obtained the keys to have stolen £ 4 billion ($ 5.3 billion) in cryptocurrency, a London judge ruled on Wednesday.

Craig Wright is suing software developers for regaining access to his Bitcoin account after he was banned after a hack that he said deleted the private keys on his computer. (AP Photo / Kin Cheung) Chief Justice Julia Clark has directed a Seychelles-based holding company owned by Craig Wright to provide security for future legal costs in his litigation …

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