John McAfee’s Ethereum-Based Decentralized Exchange Launching Next Week


Mcafeedex.com, John McAfee’s decentralized exchange will make its beta release on October 7th.

The decentralized exchange will be running on Ethereum blockchain that allows any eth based token to be added instantly and free.

The platform, McAfee announces has no limits, blocks no jurisdictions and won’t be collecting any customer information. The exchange also has a single platform fee of 0.25% for takers and zero maker fees.

Just a few days back, while promoting this new venture on Twitter, McAfee poked fun at 13th largest cryptocurrency Tron’s founder and CEO Justin Sun for his habit of hyping upcoming announcements.

“I've been hit-and-miss in the Crypto Community for the past few months, but I've been doing the Lord's work. On Monday I will have an announcement about what we have been working on non-stop for over a year. I think you will like it,”

Tweeted the Bitcoin bull and antivirus software tycoon.

He followed that tweet with a mockup of Sun wearing a Tron: Legacy suit with his company's logo on the chest with the tagline,

“Announcing the Announcement.”

Recently, as we reported, McAfee reiterated his $1 million price prediction for Bitcoin saying that even this is a conservative figure and BTC could as high as $10 million.

“Let’s get real, there are only 21 million bitcoins, seven million of which have been lost forever, and then, if Satoshi is dead, add a few more million,”

he said.

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