Bitcoin (BTC) wallet rejects Canada’s Court demand to freeze funds citing technically impossible

Truckers protesting against Covid-19 restrictions in Ottawa over the last couple of weeks has resulted in numerous demonstrators having their bank accounts frozen, as well as Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invoking the Emergencies Act to include crypto transactions.

As the Canadian government ramps up its efforts to derail the flow of funds to the demonstrators, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice sent Nunchuk a self-custodial Bitcoin wallet a Mareva Injunction, ordering it to freeze and disclose information about the assets involved in the Freedom Convoy 2022 campaign.

In an official response to the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Nunchuk replied that it is a “self-custodial, collaborative multi-sig Bitcoin wallet” and that it is a “software provider, not a custodial financial intermediary.”

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