Bitcoin Alleged Founder Had Bankruptcy Dispute, Australian Says

Craig Wright, the man who has been outed as the possible creator of digital currency Bitcoin, was previously issued with a bankruptcy notice valued at A$425,000 ($305,533) for debts in a liquidated company he was associated with in 2003, The Australian newspaper reported, without saying where it got the information.

Wright had a restraining order issued against him after a series of disputes with his former employer, before settling the claim in 2013 and avoiding bankruptcy, said the paper.

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