Bitcoin SV (BSV) Dump Awaits after Mindless Rally Gained 200% Returns

Yashu Gola
Bitcoin SV has more than doubled in value after a bitcoin copyright claim. | Source: Shutterstock

By CCN: It took Bitcoin SV just two hours grow its market valuation from $1.09 billion to $2.478 billion.

There are no clarifications about how the world’s eleventh largest yet controversial cryptocurrency managed to attract approx $1.4 billion. The move just happened out of thin air, as if somebody with a big bag of money – or even cryptocurrencies – was waiting to click on the big buy button. As of 1315 UTC yesterday, the BSV-to-dollar exchange rate had established its all-time high at $195 on Huobi, up more than 200-percent from the market open.

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BITCOIN SV PRICE SURGES MORE THAN 200% IN A MINDLESS PUMP | SOURCE: COINMARKETCAP.COM

The price action surprised, partially because Bitcoin SV lately emerged as one of the cryptoverse’s most-controversial blockchain projects. The BSV creator, Dr. Craig S Wright, in April, dragged people who questioned his claims of being the bitcoin creator, Satoshi Nakamoto, to court. In a sign of protest, cryptocurrency trading firms ShapeShift, Kraken, and Binance delisted BSV, causing the price to crash by as much as 50-percent in just 20 days.


BSV had rebounded by up to 36-percent as of May 16 amidst a market-wide bullish sentiment. Nevertheless, the asset failed to overshadow its peers like bitcoin or ethereum in terms of long-term fundamentals. And suddenly, out of nowhere, it was 200-percent up on May 21.

One Foolish Fundamental, Anyway

The Bitcoin SV’s massive surge borrowed fat from a new bitcoin copyright registration filed by Dr. Wright with the US government. While such certifications are not much of a big deal, Dr. Wright’s associate, Calvin Ayer, projected it like a historic moment. The CoinGeek news portal founder said that their successful registration with the US office was proof that Dr. Craig S Wright is the real Satoshi Nakamoto.

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