Anthony Pompliano: Every exchange should delist Bitcoin SV on 1st May

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Anthony Pompliano, the co-founder of Morgan Creek Digital is asking all major crypto exchanges to delist Bitcoin SV from their platform on the 1st of May as a denial of the claim of Craig Wright (Faketoshi) and Calvin Ayre for saying that bitcoin SV is the real bitcoin.

 

Delist Bitcoin SV: Anthony Pompliano:

Anthony Pompliano recently posted a tweet stating that all cryptocurrency exchanges should remove Bitcoin SV from their platform on the 1st of May in a harmony for Bitcoin.


Due to the ongoing battle between Craig Wright & Calvin Ayre against Hodlonaut who is being threatened by them. Pompliano stated that sometimes hard things have to be done as it is the right thing.

 

Changpeng Zhao against Craig Wright:

The CEO of binance, Changpeng Zhao has also shown his concerns against Craig Wright saying that he is not afraid of fighting legal battle against Craig Wright and his company.

He stated that he has a number of expensive lawyers by his side and also warned against delisting Bitcoin SV from his exchange if Craig Wright and Calvin Ayre did not stop threatening others, also stating that Craig Wright is surely not the real Satoshi Nakamoto.

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