You already know that Craig Wright managed to become one of the most controversial people in the crypto space.
Not too long ago, we reported that the whole crypto space seems to be having enough of Craig Wright’s speculation and major exchanges have begun delisting his token, BSV.
The man is claiming to be the inventor of Bitcoin, and his latest moves involved sending legal notices to Ethereum’s founder Vitalik Buterin and podcaster Peter McCormack, according to the online magazine Investinblockchain.
Following an order issued by the US District Court of the Southern District of Florida, the self-proclaimed creator of Bitcoin, Wright has submitted a list of BTC addresses that are associated with a blind trust.
Riccardo Spagni also slams Craig Wright
The latest crypto proponent to go all out against the infamous Wright is Monero’s Riccardo Spagni.
He tweeted about Jameson Lopp’s Craig Wright article being geo-blocked. It seems that it has been blocked in the UK and Australia as well.
Here’s what Spagni has to say about this:
“If you’re in the UK or Australia and want to read up on how Craig Wright is a massive fraud, I’ve got you covered fam.http://archive.is/kBv6T”
He also continued with additional archive links, all of which contained evidence pointing to the fact that Wright was not Satoshi, according to the online publication AMBCrypto.
Someone stepped in a debate with Spagni and said: “The best anti-Craig argument is ‘he hasn’t given me definitive proof yet’ That’s it. That does not mean he is a ‘massive fraud’. The biggest clue people miss is his expertise knowledge about Bitcoin. Shame because people don’t even give themselves an opportunity to listen.”
To this, Spagni replied: “Dude. You’ve lost. Delete your Twitter. Pack it away. Go bye bye. Stop it. Please, for the love of Bitcoin, stop. You’re embarrassing yourself.”
You can check out more from this interesting conversation where more people hopped in the thread on Twitter.
I’m presenting examples where speaking about a person would not be small-minded. Publishing a factual explanation of Craig Wright’s fraudulent activities is similarly not small-minded.