Mine your own business!
Australian tech entrepreneur Craig Wright, who claims to be the man behind the moniker Satoshi Nakamoto — aka the inventor of Bitcoin — post-gamed a “tense” day in court at fancy Italian restaurant Fi’lia Brickell at SLS Lux in Miami on Monday night, an insider told Page Six.
Earlier in the day, Wright was ordered by Florida Judge Bruce Reinhart to hand over proof of his Bitcoin holdings — including a list of all the Bitcoin he mined before Dec. 31, 2013 — or face contempt, according to CCN. Wright complied and the judge ruled to seal the files from the public, who will now have to wait to find out if he’s actually the cryptocurrency king.
We hear before Wright, 49, arrived to dine at the ritzy restaurant, his lawyer Amanda McGovern came in and asked for “a private spot within the restaurant.”
Then, “Wright arrived with a tight security detail who escorted him to their table” and was “trying to keep a low profile,” our source said.
And while his security was “very discreet” it seems the public outing was too much for the blockchain bloke.
Spies overheard the group ordering rigatoni bolognese, Margherita pizza, chargrilled octopus, beef carpaccio and six bottles of wine before asking to get the apparent feast “taken to-go.”