Calvin Ayre Claimed The Court Ruled Craig Wright Is Satoshi, Invented Bitcoin But Was Wrong
The controversial duo responsible for Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (BSV) has come under the fire of the crypto community once more. Calvin Ayre has claimed that his business partner Craig Wright has been proved in court to be Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin. He lied.
This is just the most recent of the duo’s controversies. Craig has been on the spotlight since he affirmed that he was the creator of Bitcoin, which almost no one believed. Ayre is somewhat less controversial, but this time he made a mistake when he claimed that the judge ruled that Craig was Satoshi.
they started promoting the book that will have the back ground of Craig creating #Bitcoin. Its nice timing to be out at the same time as Craig gets the Satoshi coins out of tulip trust. Also good timing with Judge just ruling Craig is Satoshi.https://t.co/55vZgvDDUk
— Calvin Ayre (@CalvinAyre) August 28, 2019
According to him, during the case in which Craig is being accused of stealing $10 billion worth of BTC from his late partner, the judge understood that Craig invented BTC. However, the judge has absolutely not said that in any moment of the judgment.
Crypto Twitter promptly attacked Ayre by affirming that this was not the truth. At the moment, it is unknown how Ayre came to this conclusion despite all the proof that this is not what happened.
The Bitcoin SV Fiasco
The reputation of both Ayre and Wright took a hit last year when they decided to hard fork from Bitcoin Cash (BCH) back in November and create their own token. BSV had a pretty rocky history since then and several problems.
At the moment, the token is considerably less valuable than BCH. BCH is the 4th largest token by market cap with the price of $294 per token and BSV is only the 9th largest one, with the price of $126 USD.