July 21, 2024

John McAfee Launches McAfeeDex Decentralized Token Exchange

American entrepreneur John McAfee launched a beta version of the decentralized exchange McAfeeDex,working on the Ethereum blockchain.

McAfeeDex began working in beta mode on October 7, according to the official website of the new platform and messages from the entrepreneur’s personal Twitter account.

On October 5, McAfee presented a new platform,stating that “it will take plenty of time to make it a reality, but if you join in and are patient,” the exchange could be “the way out that frees us from the cornerstone of government control: fiat currencies. This exchange cannot be closed." McAfee added:

"No one can stop workingdecentralized exchange. Nobody controls her, she works anywhere. We (the communities) have confidential cryptocurrencies, this is another part of this equation, because, together with decentralized exchanges, we get a chicken that carries golden eggs. ”

According to published data,decentralized exchange McAfeeDex will not carry out KYC checks for clients, will operate in all jurisdictions and will charge a single fee for using the platform in the amount of 0.25% of completed transactions. Any ERC-20 token can be added to the beta version of the platform for free, and more different tokens will be supported later.

Let us remind you that in June JohnMcAfee launched the Magic cryptocurrency trading platform, which was marketed as the ability to “trade cryptocurrencies from multiple exchanges within one dashboard, automatically and manually.”