American entrepreneur John McAfee (John McAfee) has 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 account on Twitter.
October 5, McAfee introduced the new platform,stating that "it takes enough time to bring it to life, but if you join and show patience," the exchange may be the "way out that will free 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,McAfeeDex decentralized exchange will not conduct KYC-checks of customers, will work in all jurisdictions and will charge a single fee for using the platform in the amount of 0.25% of transactions. Any token based on the ERC-20 standard can be added to the beta version of the platform free of charge, while more different tokens will subsequently be supported.
Recall that in June, John McAfee launchedMagic cryptocurrency trading platform, which was positioned as an opportunity to "trade cryptocurrencies from several exchanges within the same dashboard automatically and manually."