Crypto exchange CoinFlex says Roger Ver – aka ‘bitcoin Jesus’ – is behind the underwater account that forced it to halt customer withdrawa

CoinFlex stated that Roger Ver, a long-time Bitcoin evangelist, is the high-profile investor that has a negative balance on the crypto exchange.

Ver, also known as “bitcoin Jesus”, has denied any owing the exchange anything. Yesterday, Ver tweeted that CoinFlex actually owes Ver money. Coinflex stopped customer withdrawals because of issues related to a large account with a negative balance.

“Recently, there have been rumors that I default on a debt to a contra-party,” Ver wrote shortly after CoinFlex announced it would issuing recovery tokens. This was an attempt by the exchange, to resume customer withdrawals, after a high integrity’ investor ran out of money. “I do not owe any debt to this counter party, but the counter-party owes me a significant sum of money and I am seeking my return.”

Ver Rumors began when a Twitter user claimed that a “verified insider” had revealed that Ver was the owner the indebted accounts, Ethereum World News reported.

Lamb tweeted a reply less than an hour later, reinforcing the identity of Ver. Lamb stated that he is not claiming that the debt is his. Therefore, he tweeted a response less than an hour later.

Ver is a vocal supporter of cryptocurrency and bitcoin in general. Ver would be one of many prominent holders who will be affected by the latest market stumble. Cryptocurrency investors are struggling to stay afloat amid a long-running selloff.