Calvin Ayre Amuses Crypto Twitter Followers With ‘More Evidence’ Proving Craig Wright Is Satoshi

Calvin Ayre Teases “More Evidence” To Prove That Craig Wright Is Satoshi

Craig Wright is a well-known name of the cryptocurrency space, but he is more popular (or unpopular) for his claims of being the creator of Bitcoin Satoshi, rather than his contribution to the blockchain space. Although most of the evidence he has provided to support his claims have been debunked, proving him wrong and busting his lies numerous terms. His continuous attempts to prove himself as the original creator of Bitcoin has earned him the nickname Faketoshi.

Wright’s claims of being the creator do not have many takers in the decentralized space, however, there are certain sections and a few who rally in support of Wright and his claims. One such personality who has always rallied behind Wright’s claims and also believes that he is the pseudo-anonymous creator of Bitcoin is Calvin Ayre, who also happens to be Wright’s long-time friend. While Wright has faced the heat after he filed lawsuits against well-known personalities in the decentralized space, most of the community turned their back on Wright, which also resulted in the delisting of BSV token from major exchanges. However, Ayre has always been on his side, often using hashtags like #CraigisSatoshi and the amount of hashtags has increased significantly in recent times.

Some of his recent tweets read,

“#CraigisSatoshi explaining the obvious…change the code and it enforces a different economic model and its not the same thing so needs a new name. Real BitcoinSV is the only #Bitcoin. Segwit Coin is accurate.”

Ayre is arguably the only person using such hashtags, and a few other podcasts or website that use a similar hashtag, they only do in case of something promotional or to attract more users to their forum.

While Wright’s claims have been proven to be false on numerous occasions, but Ayre seems to have significant evidence under his belt which can prove that Craig Wright is indeed the real Satoshi. His recent tweet has got everyone excited and hooked to his twitter account for shards of evidence every now and then. One of Ayre’s latest tweet that got everyone excited read,

“I will be releasing more evidence that #CraigisSatoshi prior to #CoinGeek scaling conference on May 29-30 in Toronto. Thousands of people globally already know the truth.”

Is Wright Indeed Satoshi?

Well, there are numerous conspiracy theories about the identity of Satoshi, but the latest and most intriguing one is that of one Criminal mastermind Paul Le Roux, whose timeline is quite similar to the timeline of Bitcoin. What connects Roux most to the Satoshi is his love for cryptography and privacy. Roux only became a drug lord in a later stage of his life, and before that he was a very talented programmer.

The theory suggests that Roux having deep knowledge in cryptography and later becoming a criminal mastermind, he created Bitcoin to launder his criminal money to make it white. However, that is not the most interesting part of the theory, it has Craig Wright as well. The theory suggests that Wright was an aid of Roux, but turned on him later and has possession of his hard drive containing millions of Bitcoins which are speculated to be with Satoshi. However, the hard drive is heavily encrypted and even after years of hard-work, Wright has not been able to crack the drive.

Roux is currently serving a jail term, for his crimes, and his life in jail also started right after Bitcoin gained some fame, however, if the theory is right, we might well know that Wright is not the original creator but he has every tool to prove that he is.

Ayre Has been Teasing With Numerous Hints

Ayre being a gambling tycoon and the owner of CoinGeek where he pays others to blog recently posted something very interesting, he said,

“Dr. Wright has proven beyond a doubt to ownership of CoinGeek that he was the main architect of Bitcoin, and that it was he who conceived and used the pseudonymous name of Satoshi Nakamoto.”

Not only that Ayre has also hinted that he will be revealing some concrete evidence in the run-up to the CoinGeek conference and also claim that thousands of people already believe that Wright is indeed the original creator. However, one should not really get all hyped by these claims, as Wright has not only been proven wrong on numerous counts in the past, but people have pointed out that if he indeed was the real Satoshi, he could have simply used his private keys to prove it, the fact that Wright chooses the complex path and gets debunked should have made people understand that he is just hogging limelight.

Many in the decentralized space have been using Satoshi’s identity as a promotion coupon where people like McAfee has earlier said that he knows who the real Satoshi is and he is going to reveal it but at the time of revealing he turned away. Similarly, a website has been teasing to reveal the identity of Satoshi for over 10 days with a countdown timer running on the main page, however at the time of revelation, the website gave us an AI based virtual news reporter named Satoshi.


Craig Wright has become a troll of the decentralized space who just can't get past his obsessions with the creator, and a few like Calvin Ayre who is backing him is also just using the opportunity to get the limelight. While the date given by Ayre for the revelation of evidence that would surely establish Wright as Satoshi is may 29-30, and looking at the track record of this so-called evidence, one should not keep their hopes really high.

It’s really simple if Wright was real Satoshi he could have proven the same on numerous counts in the past where he had been called out for his lies, so the new surge of evidence from Ayre is not gonna make much of a difference.

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