Craig Wright on Bitcoin Cash [BCH] hash war, Bitcoin SV & his opinion on existing crypto exchanges
Craig Wright recently crashed a live stream and spoke about the recent hard fork shared his views on Bitcoin SV. This comes after the recent Bitcoin Cash [BCH] hard fork which took place on November 15.
The fork was propagated by two different parties, the Bitcoin ABC implementation led by Roger Ver, CEO of Bitcoin.com and Bitcoin SV implementation was led by Craig Wright and Calvin Ayre. In the life-stream conducted by Decentralized Thought, Wright mentioned that for a healthy mining pool, Bitcoin needs minimum 3 mining pools to function properly.
While talking about the hash-war he stated, “We are going to dog ABC’s tales till they run out of money. Then we are going to tail them again and see them sell again and again till they crash and burn.” He went on to say that the SV camp had more money than that of ABC. He did not give the exact numbers but mentioned that “a lot of money for some people is not a lot of money for others”.
Wright further added, “I want to burn Roger and Jihan [Bitmain’s Jihan Wu] to the f**king ground till there is no Bitcoin left with them. There will be no hash war left and that is my end goal.” As far as the hash war is concerned, the SV proponent said that he is ready to fight out the hash war till 2026. Craig Wright also gave his opinion on existing cryptocurrency exchanges said that a majority of them are “illegal gambling exchanges”.
Recently, CoinGeek, nChain collaborate to raise Bitcoin Cash SV block size to 1 TB. “As we are watching Bitcoin SV in real-life action, we are studying performance hurdles and building new solutions for the enterprise-class Teranode,” said nChain’s Director of Solutions & Engineering Steve Shadders.
In other news, Craig Wright also recently tweeted about XRP and why he believes it is a security. Wright calls the number two coin an “illegal unregistered security platform to take down” in terms with reports made by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on ICOs, which claims that ETH has no use-cases.
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