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One of the most important figures in the cryptocurrency world, John McAfee will be running for President of the United States again in 2020. This has been informed by McAfee itself, on June the 3rd on his Twitter account.

John McAfee for President of USA in 2020

Mr. McAfee announced to his almost million followers in Twitter that he will be running for the presidency of the United States in 2020. In 2016 he has also decided to run for president as the candidate of the Cyber Party, but later he decided to do it seeking the nomination of the Libertarian Party.

He wrote on Twitter:

It seems a very plausible option for many cryptocurrency enthusiasts that have been following Mr. McAfee as one of the most important crypto specialists in the field. At the moment, he is always giving his opinion in Twitter about the latest developments in the crypto market, and other fields like the regulatory framework.

In 2016 he supported free-trade, a non-interventionist foreign policy, and decriminalization of cannabis. Now, it seems that he will be adding another important point to his candidacy by defending virtual currencies.

At the same time, he predicted that Bitcoin is going to reach $1 million dollars in 2020, if not before. Bitcoin is currently being traded around $7,600 dollars.

John McAfee has been very busy tweeting crypto-coin memes as well as starting up his own initiatives – take a look at a few below for more reading on this developing scenario.

John McAfee Showcases McAfee Redemption Unit, World’s First Crypto-backed Fiat Note

John McAfee Showcases Declaration of “Currency Independence” On His New Website

John McAfee Gives Short Term Cryptocurrency Predictions Via Twitter

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