Craig Wright's sister provides evidence of his relationship with Satoshi Nakamoto

During the recent UK High Court hearing on the Crypto Open Patent Alliance’s (COPA) claim for copyright on Bitcoin, the defendant’s sister and two other witnesses provided intriguing testimony.

Danielle DeMorgan revealed that in his younger days, Craig Wright would often dress up as a ninja and take walks in the park. She also mentioned that her programmer brother had an abundance of computers in his room and would discuss a highly significant project he was working on. DeMorgan believes that these details indirectly link Wright to Satoshi Nakamoto, the alleged creator of Bitcoin.

Craig Wright has been famously attempting to establish his authorship of the Bitcoin white paper and his involvement in the creation of the world’s first cryptocurrency for several years now.

A second witness, manager Marc Archbold, informed the court that he had engaged in multiple conversations about digital currencies with Craig Wright as early as 2005. A third witness, patent attorney Cerian Jones, asserted that Wright’s extensive development of blockchain-related patents could be evidence supporting his claim to be Satoshi Nakamoto.

The lawyers representing the Crypto Open Patent Alliance argued that the testimony provided by the defendant’s witnesses was irrelevant to the core of the case and insufficient to prove Craig Wright’s identity as Satoshi Nakamoto.

Prior to this, Craig Wright himself had concluded his testimony in the COPA lawsuit at the UK High Court, where efforts are being made to prevent him from asserting copyright over Bitcoin.