A London blockchain conference which was majorly criticized by the crypto community for its attempt of hosting self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto, Craig S Wright – finally took place on Oct 14-16. However, the conference invited other notable speakers including, Tone Vays, Brock Pierce, Tim Draper, and John McAfee.
Tone Vays, who is famously known for his adherent attitude towards Bitcoin has pledged to defend Bitcoin in a specific panel, called “Bitcoin: Why Will Other Blockchchains and Altcoins Die?”. Vays spoke against Craig Wright, a controversial public figure in the crypto community.
Ahead of the event, other Bitcoin maximalists pulled off their interest from the conference but Tone Vays stayed and defended Bitcoin against the Craig (also known as Faketoshi). At the center of various controversial comments that Tone Vays received from notable crypto personalities on Twitter, the most epic thing that the crypto community caught was “the tagline on vays’ t-shirt’. Also, Bitcoin logo printed on his socks, viewable while he was sitting comfortably next to Craig.
As Craig has been claiming himself as the inventor of Bitcoin, no crypto enthusiasts support or agree with him. Despite the controversial remarks, Vays pressed on and surprised the whole crypto community as his T-shirt undeniably looks like trolling Craig with text written as – “We are All Satoshi Except for Craig S. Wright”.
Crypto enthusiasts who marked their presence at the panel – shared the pictures of Vays and Craig on Twitter.
Notably, a Twitter user Giacomo Zucco tweeted laughingly, “Tone Vays definitely win the panel t-shirt contest today”, whereas, other Crypto community members felt, “it was a Bitcoin Boss Move by Tone Vays” and another user calling it as “Legend Move”.
Moreover, a Tweet by a user “Coinrule” caught our attention as Vays’ also wore Bitcoin logo-attributed socks besides wearing the epic t-shirt.
Although this panel caused quite the furor in the crypto community and Vays was definitely standing on a target point before the event. However, during the panel discussion, the crypto community presumably loved Vays following his T-shirt and socks that spoke louder than Crypto twitter’s furious tweets.
Image Source – Twitter @ToneVays