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John McAfee: Eat my dick in 12 months? A ruse to onboard new users

John-McAfee-Eat-my-dick-in-12-months John McAfee | Cryptocurrency enthusiast

Cryptocurrency enthusiast John McAfee, known for his eccentricity, said that he would not eat his intimate body, despite the fact that the Bitcoin exchange rate had not reached $ 1 million by 2020.

Back in mid-2017, McAfee said that if by the beginning of 2020 the rate of the first cryptocurrency does not rise to $ 500,000, then he would cut and eat his genitals. After a while, against the background of a bullish spurt in Bitcoin, he increased the rate to $ 1 million. Later, McAfee repeatedly confirmed the forecast, but now he refused his words, saying on the social network Twitter that he was only attracting attention.

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John McAfee: the fight against crime is not the duty of cryptocurrency firms

John-McAfee-the-fight-against-crime John McAfee | American entrepreneur and cryptocurrency enthusiast

American entrepreneur and cryptocurrency enthusiast John McAfee believes that cryptocurrency firms are not required to prevent the use of crypto assets for crime.

Washington D.C.-based news agency The Hill reports that although McAfee himself is concerned about the use of cryptocurrencies in illegal activities, he believes that cryptocurrency exchanges and companies should not monitor suspicious activity. 

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John McAfee: What’s the main issue with decentralized exchanges?

John-McAfee-main-issue-with-decentralized-exchanges John McAfee |

Well-known American entrepreneur and cryptocurrency enthusiast John McAfee believes that stablecoins are only an intermediate solution for decentralized exchanges.

McAfee mentioned the main problems associated with the conversion of fiat and cryptocurrencies on exchanges. According to him, stablecoins are not quite suitable for use on decentralized exchanges, given that such exchanges do not collect any information about users, including their names, addresses, insurance number, email, etc.

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