Craig Wright continues to threaten, sends out 'law suit' letters

12 Apr, 2019 | Updated: 13 Apr, 2019
by Joeri Cant
Craig Wright continues to threaten, sends out 'law suit' letters

The self-described Satoshi Nakamoto and Bitcoin SV creato, Craig Wright, in the crypto community known as Faketoshi, continues to threaten with legal action against members of the crypto and Twitter community. The first 'law suit' letters apparently have arrived.

Despite providing no evidence, Craig Wright is continuing to send out 'law suit' letters to those who 'falsely deny he is Satoshi'.

The self-described Satoshi Nakamoto, has been spewing legal threats against anyone who has labeled him a fraud on Twitter, for the longest time, and the letter that Peter McCormack received from Wright’s lawyers proofs that his, what some would call childish threats, turned into action.

Read more: Craig Wright allegedly filing lawsuits against those who deny he's Satoshi

However, Peter McCormack does't get intimidated easily.

McCormack, believes that claiming to be Satoshi and promoting a fake version of Bitcoin is fraudulent, and he seems more than willing to go to court over this.

'I'm doing this because it is the right thing to do. I've lost everything before and if I lose it again, so what. BSV is a fake Bitcoin run by frauds', he tweets.

Read more: CZ on Craig Wright not being Satoshi: "Anymore of this sh!t, we delist!"

Needless to say that McCormack receives all the support he needs from crypto Twitter.

Billionaire Calvin Ayre, as always, joined in on the conversation.

Hey, wait a second! Who is he calling 'nobodies' here? ... ROFL ...

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