4 Tech News

News relevant to Tech, Economics and Law

Pro BitcoinSV (BSV) Cheif of NCHAIN Christen Ager-Hanssen spits dummy after being sacked.

Christen Ager-Hanssen, the former CEO of NCHAIN has betrayed his former company by publishing sensitive documents prior to an important deadline in a legal case involving patents for developing bitcoin. The former CEO is pro bitcoinSV (BSV), which is widely accepted as the original bitcoin which is being developed to process transactions at scale, as opposed to BTC which has a low capacity to process transactions.

NCHAIN is a british company founded by Craig Stephen Wright, a computer programmer widely suspected to be Satoshi nakamoto, although wealthy Billionare investor Calvin AYRE is currently the major shareholder in the company. It holds many important patents that relate to bitcoin, and it has been sued by COPA, the Crypto Open Patent Alliance that seeks to get control of these patents. On 6 OCotber 2023, important evidence proving that Craig Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto was due to be filed with a british court.

It appears that the CEO of NCHAIN, Christen Ager-Hanssen was sacked on Wednesday 27 September 2023. After being sacked, Mr Ager-Hanssen launched into an iconic twitter melt-down attacking Craig Stephen Wright, and Calvin Ayre, and blaming them for issues that have occurred at NCHAIN.

He published the following email on his twitter claiming it was from Calvin Ayre, and this email stated that Calvin Ayre beleived that Craig Wright’s evidence would sink the COPA case becuase Craig Wright refuses to publicily sign keys which would prove that he is Satoshi Nakamoto.


This is pure bastedry, and unnacceptable behaviour from a trusted leutenent of an important organisation. It torpedos Christen Ager-Hanssen reputation, and slanders numerous others.

He has also accused a british criminal barrister of contuing to represent NCHAIN after being made aware that Craig Stephen Wright was lying to some degree.


This is perhaps the greatest dummy spit of all time in Crypto, and perhaps in professional businesses any where.

The story is continuing, and updates will be provided. Keep the popcorn handy.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *