nChain’s Craig ‘Satoshi’ Wright Allegedly Disrupts Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Meeting In Bangkok
A yours.org author, Jonald recently shares his version of the story of what went down at the Bitcoin Cash meeting which apparently didn’t seem to go well.
What We Previously Knew
Calvin Ayre, the founder of the Ayre Group and Calvin Ayre Foundation had previously blasted some participants of the said meeting in a blog post which he published on the 1st of September.
On his post, he talked ill of Bitcoin ABC’s idea named the project Wormhole, saying it was lame and “economically flawed.” He also called Bitmain – the topmost manufacturers of cryptocurrency mining equipment – an ally of Blockstream, a blockchain based firm.
In Ayre’s words,
“Nobody destroys gold or silver in return for something else… rather, we sell it for something else. This economic model will cannibalize and kill Bitcoin entirely.”
Jonald’s Version Of The Story
In a more recent narration of what went down at the meeting, Jonald has blamed the unfortunate event on Craig Wright as he said Craig left and rejoined the conference at will, disrupting the flow of events. He also mentioned that Craig Wright had referred to the developers at ABC, saying all they said were “lies and bullshit.” And after Craig Wright presented on behalf of nChain, he left the meeting entirely, not interested in what other participants like ABC or BU had to say.
The Conference was held to resolve “hashpower slipt on the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) blockchain.”
The Rest Of The Community
These past events have attracted divers comments by members of the community, with one of them by the name MemoryDealers on Reddit calling nChain, which Craig Wright belongs as an opposition to the plan on the ground. Nevertheless, Thomas Zander, who is a cryptocurrency enthusiast said, not just nChain, but every party involved has opposed the general plan, one way or another.