Craig Wright’s Close Aide Calvin Ayre Claims To Control The Biggest Bitcoin Mining Company

Bitcoin SV and those associated with are, may or may not for the right reasons, breaking the internet. Though BSV spearhead Craig Wright is busy proving each and everyone that he is Satoshi Nakamoto, he doesn’t fail to lash out his critics, most notably, Changpeng Zhao of Binance.

However, when it comes to controversies, Wright’s close aide and business tycoon Calvin Ayre cannot be left behind. This time around, he has claimed to control the world’s largest publicly traded Bitcoin mining company, Squire Mining. Ayre’s remarks came after Squire Mining its partnership with Calvin Ayre, Cunning Hams Ltd, and Tansley Equipment Ltd.

Yes, it is true that Squire has partnered with Calvin Ayre, as per a media release; however, it nowhere confirms that Ayre is the controller of the company. In its official statement, Squire said that the primary intention behind the partnership is to

Directly or indirectly purchase all of the issued and outstanding shares of four corporations consisting of Cunning Hams, Tansley, Woodland Technology Group Inc, and Laser Lollipop Limited which own and operate a fleet of cloud computing assets in Canada, the United States and China, representing approximately 2,985 petahash.

Ayre will get about 80 million common shares, in a bid to create a new class of shares in the pipeline. After Squire announced the partnership, he tweeted that he controls the largest publicly traded Bitcoin mining company.


A couple of days ago, Ayre again created a controversy when he started that Bitcoin SV will absorb every altcoin. He has been a long time supporter of Craig Wright’s claim of being Nakamoto and has been influencing the market to purchase BSV.

Trevor Holman

Trevor Holman follows crypto industry since 2011. He joined CryptoNewsZ as a news writer and he provides technical analysis pieces and current market data. He is also an avid trader. In his free time, he loves to explore unexplored places.

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