John McAfee, one of the most popular crypto supporters in the space, announced that he is not supporting Skycoin anymore.
This comes after the decision he took to make a tattoo related to the digital asset.
I got a Skycoin (https://t.co/2oeokRUOME) tattoo today. My tech folks will stitch a two minute video together that should capture the essence of the experience. For now, this short clip should summarize. Why Skycoin? If you have to ask, you've been living in a fucking closet. pic.twitter.com/c6plwQrH2t
— John McAfee (@officialmcafee) November 7, 2018
John McAfee Stops Promoting Skycoin
Nonetheless, he mentioned that users could send him a direct message in order to know more about the decision that he took.
In another tweet, he talked about the Tattoo that he did on his body. He said that he will keep it as a reminder that he will still get scammed by “unscrupulous people.” He has also mentioned that they almost drove him to violence.
I'll keep it as a reminder that no matter how old I get, I still get scammed by unscrupulous people with pie in the sky plans. They almost drove me to violence.
— John McAfee (@officialmcafee) March 20, 2019
McAfee started promoting this project back on November 4. In order to increase adoption and show that he was truly devoted to the project. Once McAfee decided to show its support to the digital asset, SKY increased 45% of its value.
At the time of writing this article, SKY is the 203rd largest digital asset in the market. It has a market capitalization of $15 million and each coin can be purchased for $1.12.
Since its all-time high in January 2018, the digital currency lost more than 98% of its value, being one of the biggest losers in the market. BitConnect (BCC), for example, lost 99% of its value after the Ponzi and pyramid scheme handled by the company fell.
McAfee has been promoting different Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) during several months and it has also offered its support to many different projects and digital assets released to the market.