Craig Wright to Wakanda: How the cryptoverse celebrated April Fools’ Day

It’s 1st April, and many readers fell prey to gimmicks that are part and parcel of April Fools’ Day. News publications and crypto proponents were at the forefront of this cruelty, fooling several gullible people today. However, there were some truly hilarious April Fools’ posts that tickled our funny bones.

1. Vitalik Buterin

Ethereum’s Vitalik Buterin and Tron’s Justin Sun have been having a ‘lover’s tiff’ for quite a while now. Buterin, in the spirit of April Fools’ day, uploaded a picture that grabbed many eyeballs.

Source: Twitter Lover's quarrel

Source: Twitter/ Lover’s quarrel

Justin Sun won the game however, declaring his love for the ‘Non-giver of Ether.’

Source: Twitter/ Make love, not war.

Source: Twitter/ Make love, not war.

2. Wakanda announces BTC as its national reserve currency

A news publication married cryptocurrency and the Marvel Universe, when it announced that Wakanda had declared BTC as its national reserve currency.

Source: Twitter/ Wakanda Forever!

Source: Twitter/ Wakanda Forever!

The publication in question thanked OKEx, Stark Industries and Marvel, with the former obliging by confirming the “news”.

Source: Twitter/ Wakanda Forever!

Source: Twitter/ Wakanda Forever!

3. SEC approves Bitcoin ETFs

Many hearts skipped a beat after reading this “news.” However, it was just another April Fools’ Day prank. Wait until you read SEC Chairman Jay Clayton’s remarks.

Source: Twitter/ Feelings= hurt

Source: Twitter/ Feelings= hurt

4. I am not Craig S. Wright 

This post claimed that Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin, had returned to claim that he was not Craig Wright.

Source: Twitter/ Satoshi *rolls his eyes*

Source: Twitter/ Satoshi *rolls his eyes*

This leaves us with the age-old question – Who’s Satoshi now?

5. Craig Wright joins Ripple as Chief Market Strategist

Craig Wright, the Bitcoin SV proponent, is a popular target for April Fools’ Day jokes. Steven Diep took Wright, and made a very alarming announcement to the cryptosphere.

Source: Twitter/ Wright or Wrong

Source: Twitter/ Wright or Wrong

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