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Peter McCormack, host of What Bitcoin Did podcast, has announced that he is preparing for his legal battle with Craig Wright and Calvin Ayre. He also requested help from the crypto-community to build “the most vigorous defense possible.”

McCormack tweeted,

McCormack commented that he would need a “trusted group of Bitcoiners” to keep the whole process transparent and agree on fundraising methods, types of currencies accepted, and management/audit/use of funds.

In addition, he said,

“We will build the most vigorous defence possible and use the full weight of evidence that supports us in this case. I will likely require the support of expert developers, cryptographers and OGs to give evidence in support. Thank you to the many offers already received.”

Further standing his ground, McCormack stated that he still “does not believe that Craig Wright is Satoshi” Nakamoto, and that Craig Wright and Calvin Ayre’s recent statements were “coordinated and a sustained attack on Bitcoin.”

McCormack said,

“While I can cover some of the cost, a solid defence will require a fund, and I am therefore accepting the advice and support of everyone.”

The harassment and libel suits filed by Craig Wright started with Hodlonaut, and then continued after many others like Peter McCormack received similar legal notices. McCormack also tweeted,

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