British investor Peter McCormack to file a lawsuit against Craig, others

Bitcoin investor, trader and cryptocurrency celebrity hailing from England, Peter McCormack is about to file a lawsuit against Craig Wright and others on account of forgery and fraud.

McCormack just shared his intention to file a class-action lawsuit in a Tweet and he is out against Craig Wright, who is the alleged “forger” along with Calvin Ayre and Jimmy Nguyen of the nChain and Bitcoin Satoshi Vision board.

Peter explains in his tweet that a lie was built up by Craig S. Wright that he is the Satoshi Nakamoto and Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (BSV) is the cryptocurrency that truly follows the “Satoshi Vision” and the other two are guilty in supporting his false claim.

Craig S. Wright the controversial Satoshi Nakamoto may have acquired a United States patent that supports his claim but the cryptocurrency sphere has long rejected his stance on the matter.

Yesterday, on 28th August, McCormack called out Calvin Ayre on Twitter claiming to have spoken to Ayre’s lawyers.

On the other hand, Bitcoin investor, crypto entrepreneur and lawyer Daniel Kelman also called upon Calvin Ayre and others with the court order that proves that Wright has been misleading the court intentionally as well as false testimony.

Hours later, McCormack shared his intentions to start a lawsuit against Craig and others to ensure that the cryptocurrency community is rid of the Wright menace once and for all, as his tweet expresses.

Speaking to Cryptopolitan.com McCormack expressed

I am looking to hold all three [Craig S. Wright, Calvin Ayre and Jimmy Nguyen] accountable for their actions.

The lawsuit against Craig Wright and others

The cryptocurrency community is supporting McCormack in his attempt to what he calls, “Wright this Wrong”. The support was overwhelming as another crypto enthusiast offered a collective support system to McCormack.

The cryptocurrency community is standing with McCormack and if the lawsuit comes through, cryptocurrency community would taking a sigh of relief to finally put the matter to rest.

Only days ago a U.S court has denied Wright any ruling on whether or not he is the original Satoshi Nakamoto.

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