Is Everyone Ignoring the Trial of the Century? [VIDEO]

Is news being suppressed about the Bitcoin trial taking place in Miami right now? For a potential $70 billion court case, is the ongoing Kleiman v. Wright saga being underreported? Or should it be ignored?  

Why are some people saying there is a media blackout of this enormous event in crypto history? 

As I have said many times, “Look where they don’t want you to look, be a rebel, and do not conform.” 

Many of us view Bitcoin as something far more than just a store of value

We have privacy coins on one end of the spectrum like Monero (XMR) and Pirate Chain (ARRR). They are excellent tools against the tyranny of the state. Yet on the other end of the spectrum is the enormous potential of entrepreneurship that Bitcoin’s original design (at scale) can unleash against Big Tech. 

My definition of Bitcoin is a meritocracy of miners where we can leverage each other’s success with proof-of-work. As I see it, this is Craig Wright’s true vision, which BSV best represents, and that is the Bitcoin I fell in love with back when I first read the whitepaper. 

Bitcoin is not only meant to be an investment asset! Of course, if you are a diehard investor or trader, The Crypto Vigilante (SUBSCRIBE) caters to you, but crypto enables far more than that. 

Recently, Hotep Jesus asked me if BSV is just a philosophical experiment or if the BSV blockchain solves problems in reality. To be honest, all BSV has right now are minimum viable products that mimic mainstream apps, from gaming to streaming. Nanopayments have promise, but there is no killer app yet. 

However, to me, that just means there is a massive opportunity for the builders right now. That’s the beauty of capitalism – seeking profit is a worthy experiment. 

So yes, HODL. But please go out and BUIDL

I recently interviewed Kurt Wuckert Jr., a self-proclaimed Bitcoin historian, and CoinGeek journalist who champions BSV. He is providing CoinGeek’s coverage of the ongoing $70 billion-dollar court case that might change the story of Bitcoin. Yet, compared to other news stories, there is a lack of corporate media coverage on this event.  

This court case is over the Kleiman estate’s lawsuit against Craig S. Wright concerning the intellectual property of Bitcoin. Craig Wright has both denied and claimed to be Satoshi in different times of his life. And there is the widely circulated notion that Satoshi Nakamoto was a team, not a single person. Some believe that this case can potentially clear many or all misconceptions about Satoshi’s identity. 

Enjoy the full video here: 

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Is Craig Wright compromised? The notable thing about this lawsuit is that Craig Wright tries to make the case that he is Satoshi Nakamoto, the author of the Bitcoin whitepaper. In our interview, Kurt goes over the alleged evidence, implications, and ramifications of the lawsuit. 

We also discussed everything from how Bitcoin solves the Byzantine General’s problem to the philosophy of identity. 

If you want to follow the Kleiman v. Wright case, Kurt Wuckert Jr. is doing livestream updates of the controversial trial over at the CoinGeek channel. It is a fascinating case and may change history as we know it. 

Tonight I will be attending the MYOFB meetup in Miami, hosted by the Pirate Chain community! If you ARRR in town, come out and meet us there!


I am also speaking live and hosting a panel Thursday and Friday at the Miami Crypto Experience. The code Rafael20 will save you 20% off tickets (HERE). 

If you are a paid TCV subscriber (The Crypto Vigilante member) and want to attend in person, send us a direct message on Twitter @VigilanteCrypto ASAP, and we might be able to get you a FREE ticket or two! I have a limited number of guest passes, so first come, first serve. 

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Rafael LaVerde

Rafael LaVerde has a background in private equity and venture capital. He discovered Bitcoin in 2012 while volunteering on Ron Paul's presidential campaign. He served as board member of a Libertarian Super PAC while doing post-graduate work in economics, and was also a member of the University of Texas’ Mises Circle. His formal education includes graduate degrees in continental philosophy and psychology. He has been a Bitcoin miner since 2014. Rafael also managed investor relations for the BitAngels Network, which helped finance the vast majority of early Bitcoin startups, and was also part of the DApps Fund team that revolutionized funding structures that eventually became known as ICOs and STOs. He was also the founding partner of what became one of the very first Bitcoin venture capital funds.