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Taking A Break - John McAfee Stops Promoting Specific Coins To Focus On Presidential Campaign

Taking A Break - John McAfee Stops Promoting Specific Coins To Focus On Presidential Campaign
  • John McAfee has recently said he will stop promoting specific coins in order to put more effort into his presidential move.
  • McAfee is well aware that he won’t win the presidency but his attempt is more of a message than anything else.
  • McAfee claimed that bigging up individual projects in the space took too much time and so he is taking a break.

John McAfee, the well-known crypto bull and the active crypto Twitter member has recently said he will stop promoting specific coins in order to put more effort into his presidential move.

As previously reported by CryptoDaily, McAfee is well aware that he won’t win the presidency but his attempt is more of a message than anything else.

In a series of tweets at the end of last week, McAfee claimed that bigging up individual projects in the space took too much time and so he is taking a break, for how long though is uncertain. “I’m no longer doing crypto promos,” he said.

Fueling an industry

McAfee did highlight though that he is not going to completely run away from the space forever. 

“People ask why I am no longer doing Blockchain promotions. It is very time consuming. My Presidential Campaign will be starting in earnest in January and I cannot do both. I am in no way abandoning crypto; only the task of promoting specific projects.”

Presidential campaign 

The crypto veteran and entrepreneur kicked off his campaign for the White House earlier this month.

Making the announcement earlier this week on where else but Twitter, McAfee boasted that he is “a perfect candidate to disrupt this system.”

It will be interesting to see how this plays out. As McAfee says himself, he isn’t expecting to actually win the election but who knows what the future will hold! 

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