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As the crypto space continues to grow and evolve, so too do the legal and regulatory issues that come with it. One such case is the case in the UK against 16 Bitcoin developers brought by Craig Wright.

After a successful appeal, the case will proceed to a full trial in early 2024. The UK Court of Appeals determined that the lawsuit filed by Tulip Trading under Craig Wright against sixteen Bitcoin inventors should be tried in London.

The Court of Appeals ruled that the lawsuit, dismissed in March 2022, should be revisited due to the complexity of the legal questions raised. The lawsuit argues that the Bitcoin developers didn’t live up to their responsibility of trust and “duties of care” due to their control of the network.

The Court of Appeals also determined that the claim presents a “significant problem to be addressed” and has outlined four causes that could make the appeal successful. One such case is that the legal area governing the Bitcoin network is rapidly developing, uncertain, and complicated, thus necessitating a trial.

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Court Rules That Case Should Go To Trial

In 2021, the London High Court granted Craig Wright’s lawyers the right to deliver documents to the 16 developers, even though they didn’t live in the UK. The developers of Bitcoin, including Pieter Wuille, Cory Fields, Roger Ver, Peter Todd, and others involved with the Bitcoin network, have recently received news that their case will go to trial.

According to a developer representative, the Court determined that the case must go to trial as the inventors reside outside the Court’s jurisdiction. In October, a Norwegian court determined that Craig Wright, a computer scientist who asserted to be the anonymous founder of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, had not been truthful and resorted to deception to prove his claims in a lawsuit against Hodlonaut, which he ultimately lost.

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George Ward

By George Ward

George Ward is a crypto journalist and market analyst at Herald Sheets, known for his engaging articles on the latest digital currency trends. With a background in finance and journalism, he presents complex topics accessibly. George holds a degree in Business and Finance from the University of Cambridge.