- Justin Sun took to Twitter to call the well-known and controversial figure of Craig Wright a fraud.
- This came after the outcome of Craig's latest court case with Ira Kleiman.
Earlier this week on the 26th of May, the chief executive officer of one of the biggest crypto projects in the space Tron, Justin Sun took to Twitter to call the well-known and controversial figure of Craig Wright a fraud.
This came after the outcome of Craig's latest court case with Ira Kleiman, the brother of Craig's former business partner David Kleiman who has now sadly passed away. In the end, the court case came to the conclusion that Wright lied about having the keys used to sign the message by 145 wallets containing bitcoins that were mined in the first year of his creation back in 2009.
After Sun took to Twitter to call the self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto a fraud, it didn’t take long for the community to respond calling out the hypocrisy of the tweet.
Before all of this unfolded, the Tron CEO held a poll on Twitter where he asked the community the following:
TRON 4.0 vs. Ethereum 2.0! Which one is better😎— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) May 23, 2020
From this Twitter poll, it didn’t take long for the community to call out Sun calling him a scammer. But just days later, the CEO tweeted out calling Craig Wright a fraud himself.
Even though Sun didn’t respond to these accusations, it's safe to say that he most likely saw them on his Twitter feed notifications.