Craig Wright is NOT Satoshi, U.S. Presidential Candidate is 100% Sure

John McAfee is the recent inclusion in the ongoing twitter battle against Craig Wright. It is pertinent to mention here that John, is 2020 U.S. presidential candidate and also values bitcoin at $2 million dollar.

John’s recent series of tweets against Craig Wright are mention worthy here as he totally rejected his claim to be the founder of bitcoin and called it an ‘absurd claim’. John struck  Dr. Wright head-on and called him ‘shameless’ which is comprehensible from his tweet below;

Self proclaimed bitcoin creator, Dr. Craig Wright, better know as ‘Faketoshi’ in the cryptoverse, has now steeped to another low. He is sending defamatory law suits to anyone who oppose his claim to be the creator of bitcoin and on many occasions, to malign the crypto industry, he undermined bitcoin. Craig Wright claims to be ‘Satoshi Nakamoto’, who is considered as the creator of bitcoin when the bitcoin whitepaper was first published under this name 10 years ago

In response to BlockPublisher, he went on to call bitcoin a ponzi scheme when asked about bitcoin ETF approval and said;

There is no need for an ETF and BTC is not an asset – it is a ponzi.

The recent twitter hate escalated when Binance, one of the largest crypto exchange, announced that it will be delisting, BSV coin (Bitcoin Satoshi’s Vision) which is backed by none other than Dr. Craig Wright. This news sent the cryptoverse in to a frenzy, and most influencers of the crypto industry welcomed it. John also jumped in to it and expressed himself on Twitter by calling the Binance founder courageous. He tweeted;

In the press release, Binance told that delisting BSV is part of its periodic reviews of the digital assets it chooses to list and whether they meet certain standards set by the firm. Binance justifies this by stating:

When a coin or token no longer meets this standard, or the industry changes, we conduct a more in-depth review and potentially delist it. We believe this best protects all of our users.

This prompted another big crypto exchange BitForex to conduct a twitter poll on Twitter, whether it should also delist BSV. Not to anyone’s surprise, John McAfee retweeted and called anyone who believe Craig Wright, ‘stupid’.

McAfee did not stop there and referred to Craig Wright’s claim to be Satoshi, a claim even Mr. Wright was unable to prove. John tweeted;

In his following tweet, John called out Tradesatoshi, another crypto exchange to delist BSV. He took a step further and asked the crypto community to boycott Tradesatoshi if it it fails to comply.

In his recent tweet, McAfee pointed to BSV’s whitepaper. He is of the view that BSV whitepaper is a copy of bitcoin’s and there are no additional use cases or information that Craig Wright claimed.

This is till now, John McAfee’s last tweet, but we are sure that the U.S presidential hopeful is in mood to stop there. He is going all out to make sure that every exchange delist BSV and crypto world can get rid of Craig Wright, the self proclaimed ‘Satoshi Nakamoto’.

Hassaan Malik

Co-founder of BlockPublisher, Hassaan is a technologist at heart with a keen interest in blockchain, cryptos and traditional financial markets. Email: hassaan@blockpublisher.com, hassaanmalek@gmail.com

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