‘Zombie Crypto’ Threatens John McAfee With $100 Million Lawsuit – CCN Markets

Source: REUTERS / Alexandre Meneghini (i), Shutterstock (ii). Image Edited by CCN. A Chinese crypto project that allegedly paid 2020 U.S. presidential candidate John McAfee $4.5 million to promote the Initial License Offering (ILO) of its Zombie Coin has now threatened to sue the influencer for $100 million. According to the firm behind the CZcoin …

$1 Million Bitcoin Price ‘No Longer Off the Table’: Max Keiser

The Bitcoin price suffered a brutal pullback yesterday, but longtime crypto bull Max Keiser remains confident that the flagship cryptocurrency could still achieve a jaw-dropping $1 million target. Perhaps even in time to save the eccentric John McAfee from having to “eat [his] d**k” on national television. RT’s Resident Bitcoin Bull: $100,000 BTC Is ‘Within …

McAfee Says His Bitcoin Debit Card’s Coming Soon. Can We Believe Him?

By CCN: John McAfee just tweeted out from somewhere in the Bahamas a teaser image for a new crypto debit card. The dotcom, anti-virus-millionaire promises the Visa-branded bitcoin card will be coming soon. From the teaser promo, it appears you can use your card to spend bitcoin anywhere Visa is accepted. McAfee has a history …

McAfee Says He Spoke with Satoshi, Claims the Bitcoin Creator Is Furious

By CCN: Don’t say we didn’t see it coming. John McAfee is not unveiling the true identity of bitcoin creator, Satoshi Nakamoto, at least not today. The mercurial tech maverick has put a stop to proceedings, alleging that due to an “imminent” extradition request to the United States, McAfee’s attorney believes outing Nakamoto to the …

This John McAfee-Pumped Cryptocurrency Has Major Red Flags

By CCN.com: Another day, another John McAfee tweet pumping a cryptocurrency project that has alarming red flags. The latest dubious crypto token is called Apollo, an “all-in-one” cryptocurrency with supposedly-private transactions. Crypto Developers Call Out McAfee-Linked Apollo However, according to crypto development firm Jelurida, Apollo’s so-called privacy features promoted are not so private after all. …