As Cointelegraph reported at the end of previous year, a United States court has rejected repeated requests from Craig Wright to dismiss a $4 billion lawsuit against him for having allegedly stolen up to 1.1 million BTC from the estate of deceased crypto developer David Kleiman. The last person anyone expected to respond is the one who responded first - Changpeng Zhao, the CEO of Binance, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world per volume.
Wright's attorney's reportedly stated that he "has not fraudulently claimed to be Satoshi Nakamoto" since he allegedly is Satoshi Nakamoto. "Anymore of this sh!t, we delist!"
However, that jovial mode was entirely turned off in his latest reply to another feud led by self-proclaimed Bitcoin creator, Craig Wright. Over the week its cost fell by 20%.
Now, the crypto community wants to take a solidarity step forward by having BSV delisted from all the exchanges as proposed by Morgan Creek Digital's Anthony Pompliano. In the past, he has supported Bitcoin Cash, but now sides with Bitcoin SV, as he sees large b... It seems like everyone in the industry is exhausted of hearing Wright's claims without seeing any evidence that he is indeed Satoshi Nakamoto.
According to Eric Winer, the engineering VP at Gemini Exchange, they shall evaluate Bitcoin SV over the coming month and then decide whether to list or not list Bitcoin SV in the future.
Bitcoin Cash stands at the 5th position in the top cryptocurrency list according to market cap and is now trading around $108.26 with a market capitalization of around $1.9 billion according to CoinMarketCap data. However, Bitcoin SV stands at the 7th position while trading around 103.07 with a market capitalization of around $1.8 billion.
Do you think all exchanges should heed the call to delete BSV come May 1, 2019? If it does, how will it affect the Bitcoin SV price long-term? Share your thoughts in the comment section.