What is the McAfee Crypto Challenge: John McAfee’s Team Hosts New Token Contest

Innovation is, in many instances if not all, driven out of a mixture of necessity and competition. It's this process of innovation that has brought John McAfee to announce, what he and his company refer to as ‘the greatest crypto challenge of all time.'

According to the company's site, there are a series of competitions that it will be holding, all in order to attract some of the best and brightest within the crypto field. The objective for the competitors? To find the best, and most transformative solutions for the adoption of cryptocurrency.

The first Crypto Challenge, the company states, will be announced on September 4th 2018, with respective challenges being issued every 48 hours until topics are completed.

“We will gather the top 5 to 100 competition submissions from each subject relative to project size and maturity. Finalists will move onto the blockchain voting platform ClearPoll and winners will be determined for each category.”

The winners of the separate categories will then be entitled to a complete project audit, which would be conducted by the experts of Team McAfee at no cost to the competitor. Should the project pass the audit, they will be given the opportunity to partner with Team McAfee, allowing them to further develop and expand their project.

“All submissions must be made by an official representative of the project, using a return address associated with the project domain. NO EXCEPTIONS!

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