Tag: courts

Apr 03 2022

What Bitcoiners Need to Know About Jury Nullification In A Hostile Legal System

Jury nullification is one tool that may be needed if antagonistic policies get passed which lead to Bitcoin users being labeled as criminals....

Feb 18 2022

Ottawa Court Freezes $20M in Cash, Bitcoin Donated to Truckers

The order seeks to redistribute as much as $20 million donated to the Freedom Convoy to the citizens of Ottawa.Residents of Ottawa, Canada have filed a lawsuit against the Freedom Convoy 2022 protesters seeking up to $20 million out of the total amount of money raised in donations worldwide to be redistributed to citizens of the city,...

Dec 21 2021

Latest Court Ruling Is Not A Win For Craig Wright Or His Satoshi Claims

Craig Wright has suffered another loss in court related to debunked claims that he invented Bitcoin, and now he’s been ordered to pay $100 million.Craig Steven Wright has suffered a massive loss in the almost four-year-old legal dispute with Ira Kleiman,...

Dec 20 2021

Federal Court Dismisses Lawsuit From Silk Road Founder, Bitcoin Pioneer Ross Ulbricht

A federal court has dismissed a religious rights lawsuit filed by Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht, who is seeking closer communication with his family.A federal court in Arizona has dismissed a religious rights lawsuit filed in May by convicted Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht against the Federal Bureau of Prisons, according to...

Apr 06 2021

BitMEX’s Arthur Hayes Surrenders To Authorities

Apr 06 2021 Published at Bitcoin Magazine under tags  arthur hayes bitmex courts culture law

The former CEO of BitMEX has appeared in court in Honolulu and is out on $10 million bond, according to reports.The former chief executive officer of BitMEX cryptocurrency exchange, Arthur Hayes, has turned himself in. According to a Bloomberg report, although Hayes currently...

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