BSV has received a lot of attention lately. Now, Calvin Ayre, the founder of CoinGeek.com, claims that it will soon become the new norm. In spite of its price dip.
As the world is watching another episode of Craig Wright’s life drama, Calvin Ayre is making big claims. He took to Twitter and wrote a post that reads, “Market price puts pressure on the criminal exchanges, but it’s really a distraction similar to who is Satoshi. Original Bitcoin BSV has already won as this has always been about scaling and utility. BSV will soon be in all our lives all day and every day.”
Market price puts pressure on the criminal exchanges, but its really a distraction similar to who is Satoshi. Original Bitcoin BSV has already won as this has always been about scaling and utility. BSV will soon be in all our lives all day every day.
— Calvin Ayre (@CalvinAyre) January 17, 2020
In a series of other tweets, Ayre continued to defend Wright, making it clear that he considers him Satoshi. And going as far as saying that in Kleiman V Wright case, both sides agree with that fact. Adding “BSV is still Bitcoin and it still has the only utility in the world due to its patent protected scaling.”
In Kleiman V Wright, both sides agree that Craig is Satoshi and has the Satoshi coins. If Ira wins all that happens is Craig pays him something. Craig is still Satoshi, BSV is still Bitcoin and it still has the only utility in the world due to its patent protected scaling.
— Calvin Ayre (@CalvinAyre) January 18, 2020
Recently, Altcoin Buzz reported that BSV’s price skyrocketed following Craig Wright’s submission of new documents to the court. These documents pertain to the Tulip Trust III fund and are vital to the ongoing Kleiman vs Wright case. To remind, Ira Kleiman took Wright to court as he claims that Wright has stolen the funds that had been mined together with his deceased brother Dave.
It should be noted that this hearing, in spite of Ayre’s claim, isn’t about establishing whether Craig Wright is the inventor of Bitcoin. Besides, to date, Wright hasn’t managed to prove that he has access to the fund in question. Nor has he managed to show that these funds actually exist. The story is everything but clear, especially in light of the fact that no cryptic courier managed to arrive with slices of key to the fund.
Currently, BSV is trading at $250.47, which is almost $200 less than on the 15th of January. The price started to rise on the 10th of January and reached the mark of $423 on the 15th of January.