Craig Wright seems to have admitted to being responsible for the hacking of Mt. Gox
One of the faces of the anonymous Monero coin, Ricardo Spagni, also known as Fluffy Pony, tweeted information indicating Craig Wright’s affiliation with MT-related Bitcoin wallet. Gox.
„Just to be clear, Craig Wright has just openly admitted (through his lawyers) that he was the guy who stole 80,000 BTCs from Mtgox,“ Spagni said in a tweet on June 12, including the court documents in his publication.
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Fluffy Pony proves its point
„The screenshots below show the court documents indicating that the ‚1Feex‘ address was where the stolen Mt Gox funds were sent, what do you have to say, Calvin Ayre?“
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Gox’s address is included among Tulip Trust’s addresses
As part of an ongoing legal battle, Wright claims to own at least a portion of the Tulip Trust property, a list of numerous Bitcoin Revolution wallet addresses with approximately 1.1 million Bitcoin funds that he and his business partner, Dave Kleiman, reportedly mined in the early days of Bitcoin.
Kleiman died in 2013, leaving Wright unable to move the funds on his own, according to recent reports
Spagni’s statements and screenshots of court documents indicate that one of Tulip Trust’s alleged wallet addresses contains funds stolen from Mt. Gox in 2014 after it was hacked.