#delistbsv: Kraken Joins ShapeShift, Binance and Others Saying Goodbye to Bitcoin SV

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#delistbsv: Kraken Joins ShapeShift, Binance and Others Saying Goodbye to Bitcoin SV
Kraken will disable BSV deposits on April 22, trading will be ceased for all trading pairs on April 29th and, finally, withdrawals will be disabled on May 31st.
#delistbsv: Kraken Joins ShapeShift, Binance and Others Saying Goodbye to Bitcoin SV

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Is John McAfee among crypto adherents who knows Satoshi’s true identity?

John McAfee, the cyber-security genius, assured that Craig Wright was not Satoshi Nakamoto and in a shocking turn of events mentioned that there were a few people who knew the true identity of Satoshi Nakamoto.
John McAfee’s tweet read:
“Enough is enough! There at least a dozen crypto adherents who know the true identity of Satoshi. I can assure you, 100%, it is NOT Craig Wright. This absurd claim of Craig’s is incomprehensible. Mr wright: Have you no shame? Seriously sir! Have you no shame?”
Craig Wright has been raining lawsuits on Bitcoin enthusiasts who allegedly ridiculed him and claimed that he was not Satoshi Nakamoto. The string of lawsuits that began with Hodlonaut (and still continuing) brought the crypto-space together. Moreover, this also led CZ, the CEO of Binance, to delist Bitcoin SV, a fork of Bitcoin Cash, supported by Calvin Ayre and Craig Wright.
While some prominent people in the community “trolled” the incidents that occurred, others in the crypto-sphere gave their opinions on – if Craig Wright was Satoshi Nakamoto or not. McAfee was one among the latter, as he mentioned that there “at least a dozen crypto adherents” who knew Satoshi Nakamoto’s identity.
In addition, McAfee assured that Craig Wright wasn’t Satoshi Nakamoto. He said that he was “100% sure” about this matter, which leads to another question: Is John McAfee be one among the “dozen crypto adherents” who knows the identity of Satoshi Nakamoto?
Curious Twitter users asked if actually knew the identity and asked him to divulge the information. A Twitter user @bobchain_crypto tweeted:
“Do you know? Tell us!!!”
McAfee replied:
“Please. Get real. Satoshi has remained anonymous all these years and you expect someone to just tell you??? Surely that was not a serious statement.”
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Bitcoin Cash proponent Roger Ver’s special message to Craig Wright says he is a ‘liar and a fraud’

Roger Ver, the CEO of Bitcoin.com and a well-known Bitcoin Cash proponent, is the latest to comment on the Craig Wright controversy by releasing a video titled ‘Special Message to Craig Wright’.
In the short-video, Ver asserted that Craig Wright was a “liar and a fraud”, adding “sue me again!”. Notably, Ver and Wright were on good terms with each other, however, their alliance was broken due to the Bitcoin Cash hard fork, which took place in November 2018.
Prior to the hard fork, Ver had even stated “Satoshi or not, the things Craig Wright is saying are exactly the things that caused me to sign up for Bitcoin in the first place” in a 2017 interview with Motherboard. The Bitcoin Cash hard fork hash war, however, saw Ver and Wright on opposite teams, with Ver supporting the Bitcoin ABC fork and Wright standing against the hard fork and promoting the Satoshi Vision upgrade.
The bitter war had Ver stating that “maybe” he was fooled by Craig Wright, after he received an email from Wright. The email read,
“If you want war… I will do 2 years of no trade […] I will see BCH trade at 0 for few years. Will you? Side with ABC, you hate Bitcoin, you are my enemy. You have fucking no idea what that means. You will. I AM Satoshi. Have a nice life. You will now discover me when pissed off. And, no. You could have had proof. You choice.”
Nevertheless, this statement led to several members in the cryptocurrency community pointing out his previous statements that were in favor of Craig Wright, even when several influencers were against him.
Source: Reddit
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Todu, a Reddit user, said,
“Haha. Nice and succinct! You could however also say that “[I think that] Craig Wright is definitely not Satoshi.” because you still have never said that very clearly. It’s possible to think that Craig is a liar and a fraud and that he’s Satoshi anyway […]”
Interestingly, Bitcoin Cash [BCH] was the only coin in the top 10 to record a notable hike. According to CoinMarketCap, the coin was trading at $317.06 with a market cap of over $5 billion. The coin recorded a hike of over 5 percent in the past 24 hours and the past seven days.
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Was it The ‘Wright’ Decision? Crypto Community and Markets React to BSV Delisting

When Bitcoin SV forked from Bitcoin Cash in November 2018 the resultant hash war was blamed by many as the catalyst for the final dump of crypto markets down to their lowest levels for 18 months. Five months later Bitcoin SV is still causing chaos for the community and crypto markets.
Did Binance Make The Right Call?
The world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange by adjusted volume delisted the controversial Bitcoin SV yesterday. The imbroglio all stems from BSV creator Craig Wright’s repeated threats to organizations and media outlets who refute his claims to be Satoshi Nakamoto.
The call to digital arms by Binance boss Changpeng Zhao encouraged others exchanges to do the same and some already have. Binance claims that BSV no longer meets its standards but the real reason goes much deeper than that. Many, such as Shapeshift, have already followed suit as has Blockchain.com;

Read more on our decision to discontinue support for #BSV by May 15th in our latest blog post: https://t.co/LzBPnTclxW https://t.co/rXtiRgxSaQ
— Blockchain (@blockchain) April 15, 2019

The crypto community, which uses Twitter as a primary means of communication, is a largely polarized group vehemently protective of their own favorites in the industry. The reaction, as expected, has been quite vocal. Major exchanges charge a fair whack to list a new crypto asset and as economist and crypto analyst Alex Krüger pointed out;
“Once every exchange is done delisting BSV, why stop there? Why don’t exchanges delist all sh*tcoins? Ah, that’s right, the more coins exchanges have, the more money they make.”
Others acknowledged the potential of insider trading if people know about CZ’s decision before he made it. It appears BSV was being shorted before the announcement since it slid 16% in during the previous week when markets were generally performing well.
Not all posts were supportive of the decision and saw it as detrimental for the industry in general;

Am I the only one who thinks Binance just shot themselves in the foot?
How do they go about discussing anything serious with a regulator after delisting a crypto because someone was mean to them?
— iang (@iang_fc) April 15, 2019

Cardano’s Charles Hoskinson did stick up for Binance and it is clear that Wright has wound up a lot of people in the industry;

I'm really proud of CZ and binance. They stood up for the entire commun ity against bullying and fraud. I hope more exchanges follow and we can end this dark chapter in Crypto's history https://t.co/16KEfOqsxP
— Charles Hoskinson (@IOHK_Charles) April 15, 2019

He followed up with “The precedent is don’t claim you’re Satoshi, patent everything that you can get your hands on, insult the people of Rwanda and then sue people who deny your claims” before adding “The investors should solely be angry at Craig for his conduct. He does not own our space. He is not entitled to behave like a petulant child and sue people who very rightly ask for evidence of his claims. If you invested in this man, then what do you expect?”
Crypto Markets React
A BSV dump was expected and it has done just that shedding 25% on the day down to $54. The majority of that outflow has been channeled into the coin that spawned it, Bitcoin Cash which spiked 12% at the time to $332. Markets in general are down today with Bitcoin falling back to just above $5,000 and $6 billion leaving the space overnight.
The bottom line, as this incident has highlighted, is that Binance is a profit driven corporation that is highly centralized and has an overreaching level of control over the wider industry. While all intentions may have been righteous, too much leverage by any one entity is the antithesis of what decentralized peer to peer currencies are all about.
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Blockchain Wallet, ShapeShift to Delist Bitcoin SV, Kraken Considers Joining the Bandwagon

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Blockchain Wallet, ShapeShift to Delist Bitcoin SV, Kraken Considers Joining the Bandwagon
After crypto exchange Binance’s decision to delist Bitcoin SV (BSV), anonymous exchange ShapeShift has also decided to drop the cryptocurrency, with Kraken considering to follow suit.
Blockchain Wallet, ShapeShift to Delist Bitcoin SV, Kraken Considers Joining the Bandwagon

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Why Binance Delisted BSV And Other Exchange Following The Same Suit?

Craig White, the man behind Bitcoin SV, has always claimed to be the founder of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto. But none in the crypto world have ever believed him and he has always faced a backlash. But this time things have got a bit serious and not just him but his project, the Bitcoin SV, is also facing the heat. While the coin has already been delisted from Binance, other exchanges to are gearing up to delist the coin.
Binance and Shapeshift delist BSV. Will Kraken be the next?
Craig Wright, the man behind Bitcoin SV, has for the last several years claimed that he is the person who invented the Bitcoin and is the person behind the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto, but his evidence for this claim has been widely disputed. This time too was no different as Wright attacked Twitter user hodlonaut (who started the Lightning Network “torch“) and other individuals with his claims of being the Nakamoto. He in fact when a step ahead asking his lawyers to send defamation notices to people who did not believe him to be Nakamoto
Specifically, Wright placed a bounty on hodlonaut’s identity after the latter claimed Wright is not Satoshi. Considering these attacks by Wright and his “fraudulent” claims  CZ said Binance would delist BSV if Wright continued these attacks. In a series of follow-up tweets, CZ said “Craig Wright is a fraud,” that “the real Satoshi can digitally sign any message to prove it,” and that doing so would be simple.

Lastly, anyone who supports BSV from a tech perspective should be attacking the fraudulent Craig Wright, who is poisoning YOUR community, and not attack the rest of the world.
Anyone thinking CW is Satoshi should read about how a private key works, ie, learn about crypto.
— CZ Binance (@cz_binance) April 15, 2019

Following his own words and sentiments, Binance decided to delist BSV as CZ felt it was necessary to teach Wright a lesson. Although the official announcement listed the various reason for this delisting which includes Commitment of team to project, Level and quality of development activity and Network / smart contract stability, a lot of was connected towards Wright’ claim to be Satoshi.
While none agreed with Craig Wright, a lot of people and exchanges started supporting CZ for his bold move of delisting. Erik Voorhes, the CEO of ShapeShift, mentioned that he withstood with Binance and CZ sentiment and would be delisting it as well.

We stand with @binance and CZ's sentiments. We’ve decided to delist Bitcoin SV #BSV from @ShapeShift_io within 48 hrs.
— Erik Voorhees (@ErikVoorhees) April 15, 2019

Another prominent exchange, Kraken, ran a poll on twitter which also gave a result the BSV was toxic and Kraken too should delist it. The official announcement from Kraken is yet to arrive but the poll dominance would definitely get BSV of Kraken as well.

Should Kraken delist Bitcoin SV (BSV)? #delistbsv
— Kraken Exchange (@krakenfx) April 15, 2019

Craig Wright claims of being Satoshi this time has definitely backfired and is going to hurt Bitcoin SV big this time. The coin is already slipping in price and with exchanges delisting BSV the investors would definitely be dumping in panic.
Which is the next exchange that will delist Bitcoin SV? Do let us know your view on the same.
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Breaking: Binance Will Delist Bitcoin SV (BCHSV) on April 22

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Breaking: Binance Will Delist Bitcoin SV (BCHSV) on April 22
Binance exchange has decided to delist and cease trading on all trading pairs for Bitcoin SV (BCHSV) starting from April 22nd, 2019.
Breaking: Binance Will Delist Bitcoin SV (BCHSV) on April 22

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@Hodlonaut Crowdfunding Campaign Spins Up Uniting Crypto Community Against Craig Wright

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@Hodlonaut Crowdfunding Campaign Spins Up Uniting Crypto Community Against Craig Wright
#WeAreAllHodlonaut, a crowdfunding campaign to support Hodlonaut’s legal battle against Craig Wright, has already raised around $30,000 from 1,000 backers.
@Hodlonaut Crowdfunding Campaign Spins Up Uniting Crypto Community Against Craig Wright

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How To Prove the Real Identity of Satoshi Nakamoto, the Creator of Bitcoin? CZ Suggests

 
Craig Wright’s persistence to affirm that he is the real Satoshi Nakamoto apparently has no end. Recently, Crypto-twitter in majority went against Wright’s claim, and a #WeAreAllHodlonaut movement began which had Chanpang Zhao, Charlie Lee, Justin Sun, and many other crypto influencers backing the campaign.
However, Wright went on to file a defamation suit against the person with the twitter account @hodlonaut because of his consistent rebuffing of Wright’s claim.
Craig Wright is one of the lead proponents of the Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (BSV) cryptocurrency which was forked from Bitcoin Cash (BCH) in 2018. Hence, it is apparent that Wright’s at this point of time in the market is to reduce the popularity of Bitcoin (BTC) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH) by claiming Satoshi’s Vision to be his own. Moreover, following Craig Wright’s claim, anyone in the world can claim himself to be Bitcoin, and we’d have to believe it?
However, the secret to Satoshi’s identity also lies the unified ledger that he invented which can be verified easily enough as well.
A Simple Solution to the Identity Verification Issue
Binance CEO, CZ gave a very simple solution to prove the identity of Satoshi Nakamoto,
“The real Satoshi can digitally sign any message to prove it. This is as simple as breathing for him/her. And we have the pub key. Until then, everyone is Satoshi, except Craig Wright!”
Given below the address of genesis block which was first rewarded the Bitcoin from the mining process.
12c6DSiU4Rq3P4ZxziKxzrL5LmMBrzjrJX
Furthermore, on 12th January 2009, Satoshi Nakamoto also made a transaction where he transferred 10 BTC to a computer programmer, Hal Finney who was the first to download the Bitcoin [BTC] software.
Senders Adress: 12cbQLTFMXRnSzktFkuoG3eHoMeFtpTu3S
Receivers Address (Hal Finney): 1Q2TWHE3GMdB6BZKafqwxXtWAWgFt5Jvm3
Therefore, the real Satoshi Nakamoto only needs to send a message to any Bitcoin address in the world and his identity can be verified from this address as the private key of the address is unique and secure.
It’s been ten years since the inception of Bitcoin and the identity of the creator is still unknown. Since Bitcoin is a decentralized system of payments and a store of value, the anonymity of its creator often acts as a USP for Bitcoin. Nevertheless, the alias ‘Satoshi Nakamoto’ is ubiquitous in the crypto-sphere. Hence, if Satoshi Nakamoto decides to come forward and reveal his/her identity, it would cry havoc in the world.
Do you think Craig Wright will be able to resurrect this address and prove that he is the real Satoshi Nakamoto? 
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Craig Wright Sends Out ‘Law Suit’ Letters to Those Who Claim He’s Not Satoshi

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Craig Wright Sends Out ‘Law Suit’ Letters to Those Who Claim He’s Not Satoshi
Crypto blogger Peter McCormack received a lawsuit letter from Craig Wright for causing “serious harm” to his reputation.Wright had earlier threatened Hodlnaut, the person behind the lightning torch, with legal action for calling him a “fraudster.”
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Elon Musk Quickly Reacts on ‘You are Not Satoshi’ Challenge – Here’s His Response

While the ongoing drama of whether Craig Wright is real Satoshi Nakamoto or not took a new turn, crypto community strongly urged Elon Musk that ‘he is not Satoshi’ and sarcastically asked him to sue for the challenge. As a response, Tesla CEO quickly adds a note, stating ‘cryptocurrency is my safe word’.
Source: Twitter
It’s pretty cool that Elon Musk earlier had shared his bullish view on cryptocurrency even though he himself owned only 0.025 BTC. Rewinding the history, Elon Musk had recently involved in ‘Dogecoin’s upcoming CEO poll’ and apparently lead over the other individual mentioned in the poll – which lets him update his Twitter bio.
Consequently, the moment Elon Musk became CEO and then former CEO of Dogecoin within a couple of hours, it had created a huge buzz in the market – moreover, few believe that it had influenced the value of DOGE during that particular period of time.
But this time, Musk responded to a question that was basically connected to Bitcoin SV’s head ‘Craig Wright’ who is claiming himself as ‘Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto’. Wright further urges people to accept his claim and also said that he is filing suit against those who don’t agree and uses hashtag #CraigWritghtIsAFraud. This hashtag along with #DelistBSV has eventfully gone viral on Twitter. More specifically, he threatens Twitter user anonymous account @Hodlonaut, which is deleted from Twitter at the time of writing.
Coming back to Elon Musk, a Twitter account tagged Elon Musk in his tweet that states he didn’t get sued, even he deny Wright’s Satoshi identity– very quickly, he addressed Elon Musk and tweeted yet another post that comes as an open challenge to Elon Musk. Nevertheless, it mentioned that ‘you are not satoshi haha sue me, bitch. Within less than 30 minutes, Elon Musk responded a short note;
Cryptocurrency is my safe word
What do you think readers? Who is the real Satoshi? Let us know your thoughts.
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Craig Wright rains lawsuits on prominent crypto enthusiasts over ‘libelous and abusive’ tweets

Craig Wright, a computer scientist and self-proclaimed creator of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, has been serving people with legal notices for harassing him with tweets or comments. The barrage of lawsuits began with Hodlonaut, a Twitter user who seemed to have started the hashtag “CraigWrightIsAFraud.” Wright continued to serve more legal notices to several others like Peter McCormack and Ethereum’s Vitalik Buterin.
Peter McCormack, Host of “What Bitcoin Did” podcast, got a legal notice from Craig Wright’s lawyers, detailing a couple of tweets by McCormack where he called Craig Wright a fraud. The letter stated,
“We strongly suggest that you take legal advice upon the contents of this letter, which is written in compliance with the Pre Action Protocol for Defamation applicable to claims in the High Court of England and Wales.”
The letter stated that McCormack’s tweets were libelous, abusive and defamatory. The letter required McCormack to “delete all tweets and other online or other publications in which you alleged that our client [Craig Wright] had fraudulently claimed to be Satoshi Nakamoto.” Moreover, the letter also asked McCormack to not repeat the same again, be it on Twitter or on any other platform. Wright also expected McCormack to apologize to him in open court and acknowledge the falsity of his allegations.
The letter concluded by stating,
“In the event that you do not comply with the above requirements, our client will bring proceedings against you in this jurisdiction for libel.”
McCormack replied to this letter in a series of tweets, blatantly rejecting the requirements and trolling Wright and Calvin Ayre in subsequent tweets.

1/ So I got my letter from Craig Wright and @CalvinAyre. This is what they are sending out to people, now you can all see.
I absolutely reject their requirements.
(PS I don't recommend anyone else does this). pic.twitter.com/olpLUdwDyM
— Peter McCormack (@PeterMcCormack) April 12, 2019

Peter McCormack received support from the community in the form of donations, indicating that the crypto community was coming together to support McCormack and Hodlonaut. The former asked his supporters to redirect their donations to the crowdfunding campaign set up for Hodlonaut.
Binance’s CEO, CZ, also had an opinion on the steps taken by Ayre and Wright. He tweeted,

Craig Wright is not Satoshi.
Anymore of this sh!t, we delist! https://t.co/hrnt3fDACq
— CZ Binance (@cz_binance) April 12, 2019

Other prominent users to come out to support Hodlonaut were Monero’s Fluffypony and Bitcoin enthusiasts like Udi Wertheimer.
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Hodlonaut crowdfunding campaign hits 10K mark as Twitterati comes to aid

A majority of the crypto community came together to create a web portal and crowdfunding campaign in a bid to cover Hodlonaut’s legal costs. The website was created following a massive outcry against the self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto, Craig S Wright, who threatened the individual behind the Twitter account ‘Hodlonaut’ in a series of letters, demanding an apology for labeling him “fraud”.
The crowdfunding website, “#WeAreAllHodlonaut,” has successfully raised $10651.17, contributed by 539 users, at press time. The website read,
“Everyone’s favorite astronautical feline, Hodlonaut, is facing legal action from Craig Wright. The Lightning Torch founder was DMed a letter from Wright’s legal team following a series of tweets in which Hodlonaut claimed, among other things, that Craig Wright was not Satoshi Nakamoto.”
The author of the website revealed that it was created to ensure Hodlonaut continues to vocalize his honest opinion. The crowdfunding campaign would substantially aid in the impending legal battle against Craig Wright. Hodlonaut, who has since deleted his tweet, has found significant support pouring into his way. The #LNTrustChain initiator is already seeking legal counsel and has paid a retainer fee, the website cited.
The fundraising campaign follows Wright and his associates promising a reward to anyone who revealed Hodlonaut’s true identity. Many of Hodlonaut’s supporters changed their profile pictures and usernames, claiming that they were all Hodlonaut, fuelling the #JeSuisHodlonaut campaign. The website also added that any funds raised over the fundraising target will be donated to Bitcoin Venezuela.
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Craig Wright Lawyer Sends Defamation Notices to People Who Disagree He is Satoshi Nakamoto

“Delete All Tweets That Alleged Craig Is Fraudulently Claiming To Be Satoshi Nakamoto”: Wright’s Legal Team To Twitterati
Who is Satoshi Nakamoto? This is a question that has remained unanswered even after a decade of Bitcoin‘s existence. But the drama around this question continuous thanks to Craig White who by hook or crook wants to world to believe that he is Satoshi Nakamoto. In the latest turn of events, Wright’s legal team has sent defamation notices to people who have called him a fraud and disagreed his claim that he is Satoshi Nakamoto.
Wright claims defamation damages in respect to the tweet which calls him a fraud
A few days back In a series of tweets, Craig White again claimed to be  Satoshi Nakamoto and said that he will be “taking action aggressively to remove any site that is in error or makes false claims (e.g. fraud, etc). You wanted to know who made Bitcoin. You get to learn in a manner that is going to completely eradicate the scams in this industry and start holding people to account.”
This threat did not really go well with the Crypto supports, who believe Craig is not Satoshi but a liar. This led to a severe backlash and there were numerous tweets put forward by crypto personalities claiming Craig Wright is not Satoshi. Personalities like CZ, Justin Sun and Jihan Who all claimed that Wright was not Satoshi
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While the verbal battle was on, a lot of people who had claimed Wright was fraudulently claiming to be Satoshi, started receiving legal notices from Wright’s legal team, SCA Ontier LLP. The copy of the notice was shared by Peter McCormack.

1/ So I got my letter from Craig Wright and @CalvinAyre. This is what they are sending out to people, now you can all see.
I absolutely reject their requirements.
(PS I don't recommend anyone else does this). pic.twitter.com/olpLUdwDyM
— Peter McCormack (@PeterMcCormack) April 12, 2019

The letter claims that Craig Wright was the real Satoshi and has been instrumental for the creation of Bitcoin. The whitepaper that suggested the idea of bitcoin and the first Bitcoin transfer to Hal Finney was all done by Wright.
For the remainder of the letter’s first and second pages, the firm documents the tweets in question, which label Wright a “scammer” and call for “Craig Wright is a fraud Week” with the hashtag #CraigWrightIsAFraud.
“By tagging to [this] hashtag,” the letter charges,
“you encourage your follows to view and contribute to that thread, which … is no more than a crude means by which our client can be abused and libeled.”
Also Read: Binance CEO Issues Warning to Delist Bitcoin SV, Joins the #WeAreAllHodlonaut Movement On Twitter
The letter concludes that Peter will have delete all tweets that alleged Craig Wright fraudulently claiming to be Satoshi Nakamoto. The letter also states that Peter would tweet a public apology to Craig Wright for falsely defaming him.
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‘WeAreAllHodlonaut’: Binance CEO Claims Craig Wright Isn’t Satoshi Nakamoto, Threatens to Delist Bitcoin SV

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‘WeAreAllHodlonaut’: Binance CEO Claims Craig Wright Isn’t Satoshi Nakamoto, Threatens to Delist Bitcoin SV
Self-acclaimed Satoshi – Craig Wright – has recently faced the ire of Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao after Wright served legal notice to Twitter user Hodlonaut.
‘WeAreAllHodlonaut’: Binance CEO Claims Craig Wright Isn’t Satoshi Nakamoto, Threatens to Delist Bitcoin SV

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