Former nChain CEO Accuses CSW of Manipulation, Predicts Legal Losses

Former nChain CEO, Christen Ager-Hanssen, accuses Dr. Craig Wright of manipulation and predicts legal losses. Ager-Hanssen claims to have found compelling evidence that Wright deceived the court by manipulating documents. This article explores the controversy and its implications for the future of Bitcoin SV.

Posted 7 months ago in Blockchain

Dr. Craig Wright with Christen Ager-Hanssen

Prominent BSV proponent, veteran entrepreneur and investor Christen Ager-Hanssen accuses Dr. Craig Wright, the self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto, of manipulation and predicts his eventual legal losses. Ager-Hanssen, who recently stepped down as CEO of nChain, alleges that Wright manipulated documents to deceive the court. He claims to have found compelling evidence supporting this allegation.

In a statement, Ager-Hanssen voiced concerns about shady processes within nChain and its affiliated bodies. He criticized Wright's actions and confidently stated that the controversial figure will lose all of his ongoing legal battles. Ager-Hanssen even recommended that nChain dismiss Wright.

This development adds fuel to the ongoing controversy surrounding Wright's claims of being Satoshi Nakamoto, the anonymous creator of Bitcoin. Ager-Hanssen's departure from nChain comes after reporting serious issues to the company's board, including what he believes is a conspiracy to defraud nChain shareholders orchestrated by a significant shareholder.

Craig Wright, in response to the accusations, tweeted that he is still consulting with Bitcoin companies, including nChain, but has decided not to hold an official role with the company. The nChain board of directors has appointed co-founder Stefan Matthews as the new CEO.

In a separate legal victory, Wright achieved a permanent ban on Cobra, one of the oldest Bitcoin developers, and his website from distributing information about the Bitcoin whitepaper in the U.K.

Last updated 9/30/2023, 7:17:59 PM


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