‘I Don’t Want to Be President’: John McAffee to Exclusively Promote Crypto in 2020 Race

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Programmer and crypto enthusiast John McAfee revealed his intention to use his 2020 bid for U.S. presidency as a platform to promote permissionless cryptocurrencies in an interview with Cointelegraph Nov. 1.

Speaking with Cointelegraph at the Malta Blockchain Summit today, the founder of McAfee Antivirus Software said he plans to run “around a libertarian platform,” and use his access to the national stage solely to discuss cryptocurrencies, while expressing сonfidence that “no one will elect [him] as president.”

McAfee commented that his pro-crypto stance is mainly based on the concept of “personal freedom,” stating that in his coming bid for presidency he wants “to talk about personal freedom and how cryptocurrency can help us

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