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Bitcoin Cash: the war between Wright and Ver continues in different arenas!

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Bitcoin Cash: the war between Wright and Ver continues in different arenas!

Bitcoin Cash: the war between Wright and Ver continues in different arenas!

The Bitcoin Cash War (BCH), which caused the collapse of the market in November 2018, has developed again, even in a different area.

In the last quarter of last year, a Bitcoin Cash cryptocurrency ranked fourth in ABC Bitcoin SV and Bitcoin caused a "hash war" that ultimately undermined investor confidence and market destruction .

At that time, both sides were led by a well-known crypto character, Roger Ver, who supported ABC Bitcoin, and Craig Wright, who was fighting for Bitcoin SV. The final result of this clash was that BSV recognized the debate over the designation of BCH, with Bitcoin ABC - and that Roger Ver had claimed the official blockchain of Bitcoin Cash.

However, the quarrel was renewed between Ver and Wright, this time for a series of comments made on various social media. Wright, an Australian computer scientist, claims for years to be the original creator of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, an assertion that has been challenged by many inside and outside the industry, including Roger Ver.

According to a report by Decrypt on May 2, Craig Wright allegedly served Roger Ver by filing a defamation suit at the Bitcoin Cash meeting in London.

The report states that Ver, who is also the CEO of Bitcoin.com, described Wright as "cheater and liar" in a Youtube video that has since been removed due to a violation of the community guidelines.

Worm's comments compelled Wright to sue for defamation, while he was busy prosecuting a number of personalities and members of the media in the cryptocurrency space, particularly those who were questioning the questioning of Wright's claim as Satoshi Nakamoto.

In the lawsuit, Wright and his attorney tried to prevent industry members and the media from making further fraudulent claims for Wright as Satoshi Nakamoto.

Peter McCormack, a popular cryptocurrency podcaster, was also charged with defamation by Wright to prevent "McCormack from making other fraudulent statements that Wright was not the person behind the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto."

In response to Wright's action in a defamation action, several cryptographic exchangers canceled their registration or announced their intention to cancel the registration of the Bitcoin SV token. Some exchangers said that Wright's actions were antithetical to the decentralized ethic of cryptocurrency, and that his behavior ultimately hurt the sector.

Ver, regardless of its form, does not agree with the exchanger's attitude of removing Bitcoin SV (BSV), as a form of protest that ends up harming crypto supporters and investors - and not just Craig Wright. Ver says on Decrypt:

"I do not think it's a good thing, if people want to exchange it [BSV], I think they should be able to trade it, free the market, free the world, if you want to trade Bitcoins SV, just do it.

Wright is now also struggling with his own lawsuits, including a major lawsuit filed in early 2017 with $ 4 billion. The case was filed by David Kleiman's family in the US District Court of Southern Florida, who accused Wright of falsifying for more than $ 1.1 million in BTC.

Ver also told Decrypt that he would fight Wright.
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