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Craig Wright Accused of ‘Industrial Scale’ Forgeries in First Day of COPA Trial

A highly anticipated trial probing Australian computer scientist Craig Wright’s claim to fame as the pseudonymous author of the groundbreaking 2008 Bitcoin manifesto kicked off Monday at a U.K. high court, where a judge decided Wright could add some new evidence to back up his case.

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