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Bitcoin SV [BSV]: John McAfee ‘sues Calvin Ayre in four different countries’; vows to bankrupt him




Bitcoin SV [BSV]: John McAfee to file sue Calvin Ayre; vows to bankrupt him
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The Bitcoin SV [BSV] saga has seen a new entrant thrown into the mix, with the controversy pivoted to rise rather than die down. John McAfee, the crypto-proponent and US Presidential candidate, has hit back against Calvin Ayre, reigniting their rivalry.

In a 13th April tweet, McAfee stated that he will sue the BSV proponent for “$800 mil,” taking the premise of the latter’s recent victory over Coin Rivet. McAfee referenced the Twitter debate that the duo had in mid-March, following controversial pictures uploaded by Ayre, which McAfee hit back at.

Calling the situation “unsubstantiable,” McAfee stated that despite lawsuits being “difficult” in Cuba, Ayre had assets in other countries, which he would target. The Presidential hopeful added that he would trace those assets and eventually “bankrupt” Ayre.

John McAfee’s tweet in full read:

“CoinRivet sued by Calvin Ayre. I’m suing Calvin for $800 mil. Calvin stated that I committed murder. Completely unsubstantiable. Cuba is a Civil Law country – making lawsuits difficult. However, I traced his assets to other countries. I will bankrupt him.”

The former software engineer attached the Coin Rivet article, apologizing to Calvin Ayre for their earlier reportage. On 16 March, Coin Rivet published an article titled “You’re heading down a dark alley, John McAfee warns Calvin Ayre,” in which they reported that Ayre had been “referred to Interpol, to the police and child abuse charities,” following pictures posted of the BSV man with “young” women.

Coin Rivet implied that Ayre was “guilty of child abuse offenses.” The publication later attested that the claims were “untrue,” and all articles that reference the same, both on their website and social media, have been “removed”.

Additionally, the publication has also agreed to pay Ayre libel for “substantial damages caused” as well as issuing a “statement to the English High Court in settlement of Mr Ayre’s complaint.”

McAfee, in reply to his tweet above, stated that he has already sued Ayre in “four different countries.” This would lead to Ayre having to retain legal teams in the aforementioned countries at least to hold off the claims. Furthermore, McAfee added that he has lawyers on retainer in 17 countries, hence, more lawsuits can be expected.

His tweet read:

“Will do. Lawsuits go on for years, but I will alert everyone when milestones are reached. I’ve sued him in four different countries. He will, at the very least, have to retain four different teams of lawyers. I, on the other hand, have lawyers already on retainer in 17 countries.”

McAfee concluded by stating that Calvin Ayre must “legally ‘substantiate’ the claims I am challenging.”

Using the above legal paradigm as a premise, McAfee vowed to sue Calvin Ayre for the latter attesting that McAfee is “wanted in Belize for murdering his neighbour.” In the midst of their Twitter warfare, McAfee imparted some “unsolicited advice” to Ayre, cautioning the BSV proponent to “pause for a moment and look at your reality.”

Ayre responded by stating:

“I am not saying McAfee is a murderer, I am saying the guy who confessed to killing his neighbour in Belize is saying John paid him so is a murderer:”

Later, Ayre told McAfee to “fuck off,” and called the presidential candidate, “a piece of Shite.”

The collective cryptocurrency community is likely to take McAfee’s side given the wave of opposition the BSV camp is facing at the moment. Craig S Wright, the Chief Scientist at nChain has vehemently conferred himself to be Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin [BTC], so much so that the BSV camp is mounting a legal challenge to prove Wright’s identity. Ayre has already served “legal notices” to Pierre Rochard, Peter McCormack, Conner Brown among others for stating that Wright’s claim to be Satoshi amounted to “fraud”.

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Binance Chain’s first project Mithril to launch with MITH/USDT trading pair

Namrata Shukla



Binance Chain's adds Mithril as its first project followed by MITH/USDT trading pair
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Binance launched its blockchain protocol on April 18 and it already has its first project launch on its network. Mithril, a decentralized social media platform will migrate to Binance Chain. The company’s MITH token, that ranks 121st on CoinMarketCap will transfer from ERC20 to Binance’s BEP2 standard.

Binance Chain has been a highly anticipated project in the crypto world since its announcement and with its launch, the community provided ample support to the move. According to reports, Binance is luring companies into migrating to their new native chain and leave Ethereum.

According to Mithril’s blog post, the migration commenced after the mainnet launch of the Binance Chain and informed the MITH holders that the deposit and withdrawals on will be halted for the initial 12-hour migration period, however, trading will continue. The post added:

“Once the initial migration of ERC20-based MITH to BEP2 MITH is complete, Binance users will be able to withdraw MITH to BEP2 wallets, such as the Ledger Nano S, and begin trading on Binance DEX. ERC20 versions of MITH held in private ETH wallets or on other exchanges will not be impacted.”

As Mithril announced about its migration to Binance chain, the price of MITH, Mithril’s native coin saw a surge. The coin also saw a 70% hike,  followed by a market correction. At press time, MITH was valued at $0.0782 with a market cap of $40 million. The 24-hour trading volume of the coin was $108 million as it pumped by 67.10% over the past day. In the past seven days, the coin noted a surge of a massive 81.47%, which started to dip by 0.84% over the past hour.

Following the addition of the project, Binance announced the listing of MITH/USDT trading pair, which will start trading on April 19, 10 AM UTC.

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