At the end of January 2021, Craig Wright filed a cease and desist against Square, Inc. claiming to be the author and have the copyrights of Bitcoin’s Whitepaper. Wright demanded the document be removed from the payment company and other websites, including Bitcoin.org.
Square is a member of the Crypto Open Patent Alliance (COPA). Therefore, the corporation made a response in the representation of its members and in its own behalf. In addition, COPA asks Wright for further information to prove his claims.
Now, per a document introduced in the High Court of Justice in the United Kingdom, COPA has filed a lawsuit demanding the legal entity to declare Wright has no ownership over Bitcoin’s White Paper. COPA said the following via its Twitter handle:
We stand in support of the Bitcoin developer community and the many others who’ve been threatened for hosting the White Paper.
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