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John Mcafee, one of the most prominent people in the cryptocurrency space has publically challenged Calvin Ayre, the founder of CoinGeek and the biggest supporter of Bitcoin SV saying that he will sue Calvin for $800 million and bankrupt him.

 

John Mcafee files a lawsuit against Calvin Ayre

All the drama started when Craig Wright, the founder of Bitcoin SV who claims himself to be Satoshi Nakamoto, the founder of original bitcoin started to file lawsuits against people who claimed that he was not the real Satoshi Nakamoto. Many prominent people in the crypto space including the CEO of binance had posted their expressions against Craig Wright and his associate Calvin Ayre. Binance had also announced the delisted of his coin: Bitcoin SV from their exchange in the coming days.

 

John Mcafee, the founder of the Mcafee antivirus recently posted a tweet stating that he is suing Calvin Ayre for $800 million and will bankrupt him for wrongly stating that John mad committed murder. According to Mcafee, although it’s quite hard to file lawsuits in Cuba, he has traced the assets of Calvin Ayre in other countries which will help John to bankrupt him

 

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