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It’s never a boring day in crypto when John McAfee is involved. McAfee is always up to something new, and this time he has come back with a bang and surprise for the crypto industry. John McAfee is a big supporter of cryptocurrencies, especially Bitcoin, and to help people; he decided to launch a decentralised Exchange McAfeeDex.
On 4th October McAfee Tweeted saying “A preview of what’s coming Monday: Requires no name, no documents, no email, no bank info. Transaction details were private. Nothing monitored. Nothing recorded. No restrictions. No listing fees. 0.25% transaction fees. Completely decentralized.”
According to the website, McAfeeDex is an exchange running on the Ethereum blockchain! The platform also claims to have no limits, collects 0 customer information, and blocks no jurisdictions
- McAfeeDex has a single platform fee of 0.25% for takers.
- There are 0 maker fees
- Any eth based token can be added instantly and free
On October 3rd, Mcafee gave a hint of the upcoming project, saying “Clues to my Monday announcement: It will bypass, once and for all, the nightmare of the first image, totally redefine the second, bring on the hope of the third, and, hopefully, give us all the spirit of the fourth.”
He also posted an interesting image shown below
The first image includes Securities and Exchange Cop picture. The second image suggests the support for the leading trader, Peter Brandt, with the title “ The First Trader with Peter Brandt”. The third image referred to mooning in crypto prices. The last image was apparently an indication of crypto assets establishing a bottom to rise up in the future.
Previously, John had launched his shadow trading website known as McAfee Magic and “magic” is in the advanced functionality.
Apart from this Mcafee had also set to launch his own eponymously named currency, the McAfee Freedom Coin. But, Recently, In an exclusive interview with BeInCrypto, John McAfee has revealed that his controversial Freedom Coin project has been canceled — citing personal circumstances as being behind the decision.