Craig Wright, the chief scientist of nChain, is waging a war against the world, or at least that is what it currently looks like at this time. The representant of Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (BSV) cannot seem to wait a whole week before another spat with respected members of the community.
Now, he has continued his personal attacks on Hodlnaut on the most recent episode of Crypto Finder. He and Calvin Ayre sued the developer, which was an important figure for the Bitcoin Lightning Network community.
He uses a picture of a Cartoon Astronaut Cat on his profile and several people started to use one as well in order to show their support to him against the attacks promoted by the BSV heads.
Wright said that the BSV network had a “massive number of data centers” that could help to send cat photos really fast if anyone wanted them, too, in an effort to make a joke out of the situation.
Even Vitalik Buterin, the famous co-creator of the Ethereum network, was also sued by the duo, which asks him to apologize to Craig Wright. The community does not see these actions as very benign for the community, but Wright keeps with them in any case.
He also talked about how he really was Satoshi Nakamoto during the interview, which is possibly the main reason why almost everybody hates Craig Wright these days. The so-called Faketoshi talked more about how he allegedly created Bitcoin in the 90s with the help of some people and was the real creator of Bitcoin, a claim that almost no one in the world seems to believe, really.
In a further jab to Buterin (which may also sound like a hilarious delusion to some), he affirmed that he created the “wet dream of things like Ethereum”, showing off how much Bitcoin was back then. Curiously, now BTC is trash and only BSV is good to him.
Everybody Gets An Attack From Wright
If you thought that only Hodlnaut, Vitelik Buterin and the Ethereum Network would be attacked by Wright, you are wrong. He also took his time to attack Binance’s CEO Changpeng Zhao and the crypto investor John McAfee.
Wright affirmed that Binance is centralized and that it will never create a real decentralized exchange because the whole structure of the company is too centralized. He called the Binance DEX a fraud and complained that it still needs regulation and liquidity to work.
He also affirmed that John McAfee was a conman and that he facilitated token scams, affirming that he actually had some real evidence against him. This was another normal day in the life of Craig Wright, it seems.