CEO Bitcoin.com and one of the main supporters of the Cash Bitcoin Roger Ver said that the self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto and senior scientific officer of the company nChain Craig Wright “fooled” him. Such a statement he made in the address on the Youtube channel Bitcoin.com.
Ver decided to clarify its position on the future hard forks of Bitcoin Cash, and the conflict between the developers of incompatible Bitcoin clients and Bitcoin ABC SV. He posted a screenshot of the email that was allegedly sent to him by Wright.
“If you support ABC, so I support Chicony and despise bitcoin. You are my enemy, and you have no idea what that means, but I will. I am the true Satoshi. You could obtain the evidence at the time, but it’s your choice,” the letter says.
Wright, if the letter really wrote it, threatened the Faith and Cash of the Bitcoin to the war and lack of trade between coins, as well as the depreciation of the BCH to zero.
“Looks like it was written by the businessman, who is over forty?”, — Ver asked a rhetorical question.
Nevertheless, CEO Bitcoin.com stressed that in a situation with Wright it is not even about a personal conflict or political attitudes, and on professional competence of the latter.
“It seems strange to me that Wright was not involved in the public debate on technology [at the summit of the Bitcoin miners Cash]. Now I think he just can’t. Some other events also reinforce my confidence in this,” added Ver.
Wright himself, in his usual manner, posted a tweet in which he compared the support of the Bitcoin ABC with the desire to distribute child pornography or to create another Silk Road.
If @jihanwu, @Rogerver & ABC devs want to make #Permissionless Kiddie porn sites and the Silk Road Version2.0
They can piss off to #Dash
They are NOT adding this to #BCH
This is the ONLY real use case they have and it is not happening!
— Dr Craig S Wright (@ProfFaustus) November 8, 2018
On the background of the upcoming hard forks a Bitcoin Cash has demonstrated steady growth to a level around $630, but in recent days slipped by more than 6%.
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