Australian programmer, Craig Stephen Wright, who is the developer of Bitcoin SV (BSV) cryptocurrency and claims he is the Satoshi Nakamoto, creator of Bitcoin, continues to criticize other projects in the digital currency industry. This time, Wright’s criticism hit the Ripple’s XRP coin. From his offcial Twitter account, Craig tweeted that he will soon present legal and technical evidence to the public, proving that XRP token has a lot of issues.
In addition, Wright criticized Ripple’s XRP technology. The biggest FU in XRP, according to Wright, is that token is not compliant with the BSA (Business Software Alliance) requirements.
The BIGGEST fu in XRP, it doesn't meet the criteria of the BSA.
So, companies are required to have a separate WORM ledger
I said, public in September.
Please do not think that I am not helping teach the truth about XRP out of the public eye
— Dr Craig S Wright (@ProfFaustus) February 23, 2019
I promised I would hold publication until September this year.
There are both legal and technical problems in XRP.
The publication will be peer reviewed. It will be both a legal analysis and a technical one.
Don't say I didn't warn you.
The technology is bad enough…
— Dr Craig S Wright (@ProfFaustus) February 22, 2019