John McAfee 2020 Presidential Run Will Primarily Happen to Promote Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency


John McAfee 2020 Presidential Run

John McAfee, a crypto enthusiast and programmer, announced that he will be running for the 2020 bid for the United States presidency and that he will use the platform to promote cryptocurrencies. McAfee participated in the Malta Blockchain Summit and there, he spoke with Cointelegraph. He stated that he intends to run “around a libertarian platform.”

Interestingly enough, he does not actually intend to become president. The purpose of the run is to promote cryptocurrency. He also noted that his belief in cryptocurrency is based in “personal freedom” and that he wants to discuss “personal freedom and how cryptocurrency can help us achieve that.”

He also added that crypto is all that he will discuss. He stated,

“That’s crypto all I’m going to talk about. See, I don’t want to be president. I couldn’t be . . . no one’s going to elect me president, please God. However, I’ve got the right to run.”

During the interview, McAfee announced that he had predicted last year that bitcoin will reach $1 billion by the next presidential election. He also added that the dollar will the dollar’s value will change as well, stating “In five years time fiat will be on its last legs.”

McAfee also claimed that had he been “more connected with the community in 2016” he would have promoted “currency independence.”

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