A crypto enthusiast, founder of the company that develops anti-virus software, McAfee said on his Twitter that he would pay $100,000 to anyone who can crack his innovation – the Bitfi cryptocurrency wallet.
For all you naysayers who claim that “nothing is unhackable” & who don’t believe that my Bitfi wallet is truly the world’s first unhackable device, a $100,000 bounty goes to anyone who can hack it. Money talks, bullshit walks. Details on https://t.co/ATFaxwUzQC
— John McAfee (@officialmcafee) July 24, 2018
Some users of the social network are wondering if John McAfee is really so sure about the safety of his Bitfi, and why he pays such a low sum for its hacking.
The others are sure that the personality, known in the crypto world by his announcements, once again made a marketing move in order to sell as many wallets as possible. Indeed, to try and crack Bitfi, first, you need to buy it for $120.
We want to remind you that John McAfee will no longer promote or support ICO projects in his social networks due to the pressure from the SEC.
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