nChain CEO announced his resignation and stated that he no longer believes that Craig Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto

Odaily Planet Daily reported that Christen Ager-Hanssen, the former CEO of nChain Group, said that he resigned after discovering “a conspiracy carefully planned by a major shareholder to defraud nChain shareholders.” Ager-Hanssen said he no longer believes nChain chief scientist Craig Wright is Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto. Hanssen later posted a screenshot of a report that showed evidence of Wright’s browsing history, consistent with Wright’s long-standing claims that he is. Satoshi Nakamoto’s statement is contradictory. Hanssen also said that he and five other people submitted a whistleblower report to the nChain board of directors, and all six people were subsequently fired or suspended. Hanssen plans to publish the report on the influence of billionaire Calvin Ayre on nChain operations, whom Hanssen calls a “shadow director/dictator.” On the other hand, nChain’s board of directors said in a statement that concerns about recent business management led the board to commission a detailed independent investigation, and before the board took action based on the findings, Hanssen acted in a serious and inappropriate manner, which prompted him to Get fired. (The Block)

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