Craig Wright promised to destroy bitcoin after halving. This did not happen :: RBC.Crypto

Two years ago, the self-proclaimed Creator of the first cryptocurrency was announced, which would bring down its cost, and then conduct the attack 51% of the network asset. Now, however, the coin grows in value, and its blockchain works without a hitch

2018 was samoprovzglashenny bitcoin Creator Craig Wright has promised to destroy bitcoin after halving, his post published on Reddit. Reducing rewards miners mined the block occurred on the evening of may 11, however, the value of cryptocurrencies is not hit, in the words of Wright, and its network continues to operate without interruption.

“We plan to sell large amounts of BTC for USD. This happens on one exchange with replenished iceberg order, followed by larger orders on the other exchanges. It is expected that the cost will go down hard. Also we will open a short with a leverage of 10x" — wrote Wright in a group of Slack messenger two years ago.

He also promised to create disruptions in the network of bitcoin and hold attack 51%. All these problems had to begin in the moment when the reward miners mined block will be reduced twice, i.e. in may of the current year. Now the first cryptocurrency is worth $8900, for the past day it has risen on 2%.

Earlier, the head of the Binance Chanpen Zhao called Craig Wright ‘shame of kriptonyte”. According to Zhao, the Australian scientist could not be the real Satoshi Nakamoto, because he is “not enough is able”. The founder of the exchange stressed that if would Wright really was the Creator of bitcoin, he could prove it many times and in various ways.

— 1999 g. the anonymous author wrote about the cryptocurrency. It could be Satoshi Nakamoto

— Craig Wright: the Bitcoin exchange rate will not soar nor to $20,000 or up to $1 million

— Craig Wright: “the Creators of Bitcoin and BCash contribute to money laundering»

More news about capotasto you will find in our telegram channel RBC-Crypto.

Michael Tyetkino.


Add review


four × 5 =