‘Satoshi’s sister’ made a bold prediction of the Bitcoin SV price eight days ago. After a massive overnight pump, it shows every sign of accomplishment.
On May 22, crypto trader Lisa Edwards predicted that Bitcoin SV had the potential to rise another 145%, above the 130% it saw after the news her brother Craig Wright wrote for the original whitepaper and registered the code of Bitcoin.
Their prediction shows every sign of fulfillment after the price nearly doubled from $ 114 to $ 233 overnight.
More than $ 1.7 billion worth of Bitcoin SV traded in 24 hours and rose to the eighth largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization.
“Second chances don’t come around very often. What if you had the chance to buy the REAL Bitcoin for $ 50 and missed it,” she told Mickey. “But … there is still time.”
Lisa Edwards (left) and her brother Craig Wright (right).
The Bitcoin SV price pump is in line with Wright’s CoinGeek appearance
The price of the Bitcoin SV rose just before Wright’s first public appearance since the copyright news was posted at the CoinGeek conference in Toronto.
The live streaming conference sponsored a “fireplace chat with the creator of Bitcoin himself, Dr. Craig Wright, about his early days as alias Satoshi Nakamoto”.
Wright’s controversial claim
Wright’s claim to be Satoshi is controversial and controversial as he is not yet required to provide conclusive evidence.
Wright has also been criticized for using his fortune to “prove himself right” against critics of his claim.
He is currently suing numerous people, including podcaster Dr. Peter McCormack, for £ 100,000 which McCormack said could cost up to £ 750,000 to defend them in court.
3 / For the full assistance of an experienced attorney, the cost of the initial defense is estimated to be around £ 25,000 to £ 50,000. If this leads to a full lawsuit, the worst case to be defended would be £ 500,000 to £ 750,000. If I lose it could double as I would have to pay CSW’s legal fees (£ 1.5m).
– Dr. Peter McCormack (@PeterMcCormack) May 29, 2019
Pump coincides with fake news from Chinese scammers
The pump also coincided with fake news posted in China that “confirmed” that Wright’s claims of being Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto are true.
A fake “news alert” allegedly from the Chinese news site Coinbull reported that Wright had transferred Bitcoin from the “Satoshi wallets” to prove his identity.
The warning read: “CSW has transferred 50,000 BTC from the largest BTC wallet to Binance, confirming that he is the real Satoshi. Therefore, CZ will list BSV again and officially apologize on Twitter. “
Fake news notifications are easily triggered in China as crypto media there disseminate breaking news via images in WeChat rather than as news links. So they are easy photoshopping.
Coinbull’s fake news alert
Coinbull made an official announcement to alert users to the fake news.
“We recently received feedback from users that certain people maliciously sent a Coinbull news alert using Photoshop to spread rumors about Binance and CSW that had dire consequences. We are again reminding our users not to trust or spread rumors. Thank you for your support.”
$ BSV !!!!!!!! After I made 130% on BSV today … ????????????????
Graphic shows potential for another 145%
Why? Let’s just say there is MORE GOOD news on the way! ❤️❤️❤️ pic.twitter.com/ojvv4QeNOc
– “Lisa N Edwards” (@LisaNEdwards) May 22, 2019
Edwards is excited about the potential of Bitcoin SV
Edwards is a well-respected Australian actress who has appeared on popular series such as Neighbors and Kath and Kim.
Introduced to bitcoin and cryptocurrency trading by her brother, she now heads the paid crypto trading signals group of ‘Satoshi’s Sisters’.
Edwards said she was excited about the potential of Bitcoin SV and admired her brother’s steadfastness.
“I’m so excited about the technology and the potential that BSV has for Crypto. My brother worked tirelessly to create and develop it, and with all the noise that surrounds him, I find it really inspiring to see that he never gives up.
“I have a motto: ‘You never fail until you give up’ – I think he has the same thing.”
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