John MaiKeFei: I dont want to be president. I campaign to publicize encrypted money.

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 John MaiKeFei: I dont want to be president. I campaign to publicize encrypted money.


At todays Malta Blockchain Summit, John McAfee, founder of McAfee Antivirus Software, said he planned to use the US presidential election as a stage and actively promote Canada around a liberal platform. Dense currency, and John MaiKeFei also said, no one should elect him president of the United States.

John McAfee emphasized that his strong support for encrypted money was mainly based on his trusted personal freedom position. During the U.S. presidential election, he was expected to talk more about personal freedom and how encrypted money could help people achieve this goal. John McAfee has consistently stressed that his goal in running for president of the United States is not to win the election, but to use the presidential election as a larger public platform to vigorously promote multi-centralized encrypted currency. He said:

Do you know? I dont want to talk about presidential elections. I dont want to be president. And please God, no one will choose me as president. But I want to talk about encrypted money, and I have the right to talk about it.

In early June, John McAfee announced for the first time that he would run for president of the United States in 2020 to promote encrypted currency and support encrypted communities. Interestingly, John McAfee reiterated his forecast for the price of Bitcoin at the beginning of last year, believing that the price of Bitcoin would reach $1 million by 2020. However, John McAfee clarified that two years later the concept of one million dollars was different from todays one million dollars because of the logical belief that fixed currencies would flee to encrypted currencies. The upcoming presidential election is not John McAfees first attempt to use the political arena to propagate encrypted currency. He established more ties with the community during his Liberal Party nomination search in 2016, when he even proposed the idea of monetary independence. However, John MaiKeFei admitted that he focused more on the network security of encrypted currencies in 2016. In June, John McAfee claimed that he was threatened by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to suspend the promotion of initial token issuance products on his personal Twitter account. In addition, he has admitted to using his Twitter account for encrypted currency projects and product marketing, charging more than $100,000 per tweet. Source: Golden Financial Editor: Wu Mengyang _NBJ11200

In early June, John McAfee announced for the first time that he would run for president of the United States in 2020 to promote encrypted currency and support encrypted communities. Interestingly, John McAfee reiterated his forecast for the price of Bitcoin at the beginning of last year, believing that the price of Bitcoin would reach $1 million by 2020. However, John McAfee clarified that two years later the concept of one million dollars was different from todays one million dollars because of the logical belief that fixed currencies would flee to encrypted currencies.

The upcoming presidential election is not John McAfees first attempt to use the political arena to propagate encrypted currency. He established more ties with the community during his Liberal Party nomination search in 2016, when he even proposed the idea of monetary independence. However, John MaiKeFei admitted that he focused more on the network security of encrypted currencies in 2016.

In June, John McAfee claimed that he was threatened by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to suspend the promotion of initial token issuance products on his personal Twitter account. In addition, he has admitted to using his Twitter account for encrypted currency projects and product marketing, charging more than $100,000 per tweet.