John McAfee Launches “McAfee Magic Practice Portal” for Newbies to Learn Trading

Bitcoin bull and antivirus software magnate John McAfee has demonstrated his commitment to revolutionize trading. After launching the McAfee Magic trading platform, he has just launched the McAfee Magic Practice Portal for those entering the world of trading for the first time to learn and understand trading sufficiently without any risk before they actually start trading.
Shadow trading at no risk
Shadow trading or social trading is a system of automated trading that allows newbies to get “attached” to a more experienced trader such that their account is synchronized with that of the experienced trader. The risk the experienced trader takes applies to the newbie on a scale, depending on how much the newbie has it their account.
McAfee is adding this feature to his new trading platform, but going a step further to remove any risk on the part of the newbie and their funds stay safe on exchanges. In other words, they don’t need to fund their account to shadow trade and so there is no risk involved in the learning process. The shadow portal also allows newbies to shadow several professionals at the same time so they can learn from several experts at once.
This enables brand new traders with zero knowledge of any kind of trading, whether, of shares, CFDs, forex, indices, or commodities can easily jump on the McAfee shadow portal without a second thought. After all, they don’t stand to lose anything.
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Good timing for American traders?
McAfee has always challenged conventions even in the cryptocurrency industry, which is probably why he chose to introduce his own trading platform, the McAfee Magic. The shadow trading functionality may not be the only thing that is different about the platform, the main platform also has a number of features that make it different as well. Traders can trade from several different exchanges at the same time in a single user interface.
This may be a good development for the American traders especially because of the recent decision of the Binance management to bar U.S traders from trading on the exchange. While Binance is also launching another exchange in the U.S, some experts believe it will not offer the full range of available options on the main Binance exchange and may just be a shadow of the real thing.
If the McAfee Magic, therefore, supports all the cryptocurrencies that will be missing on the U.S exchange, traders may see it as a new haven and a good alternative to Binance. Not only Americans but traders from several other countries who will not have access to Binance by September 2019 could use this type of platform, especially for the newbies. The platform already supports 8 exchanges with over 5,000 customers that have access to over 500 currencies worldwide.
 
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McAfeeMagic: A New Crypto Exchange by John McAfee Goes Live

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McAfeeMagic: A New Crypto Exchange by John McAfee Goes Live
John McAfee released his new cryptocurrency exchange called “McAfeeMagic” together with its own cryptocurrency – Freedom Coin. Interestingly enough, the exchange will allow trading cryptocurrencies on multiple exchanges within one dashboard.
McAfeeMagic: A New Crypto Exchange by John McAfee Goes Live

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Bitcoin Halving: The Next Big Break in the Crypto Sphere

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Bitcoin Halving: The Next Big Break in the Crypto Sphere
Two years after the last bullish market, comes yet another era of Bitcoin Halving. A period during which the cryptocurrency price is anticipated to hit an all-time high.
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Satoshi Nakamoto is easy to get through; can be found by fools, claims John McAfee

With Craig Wright filing for copyright on the original Bitcoin whitepaper and other big players publicly criticizing the move, the cryptocurrency ecosystem is divided again with respect to the debate on the real identity of Bitcoin’s creator. John McAfee was one of those who had previously voiced his opinion on the subject. On a recent online podcast, the software pioneer answered why he chose not to disclose the “real Satoshi Nakamoto’s” identity.
McAfee said that he chose not to reveal Satoshi Nakamoto’s real identity because “uncovering the secret” could potentially have him extradited, since going against the will of one of the richest men in the world would put him in “deep shit.” He added,
“I cannot tolerate any further legal activities pointed at me. But if you take the white paper and you run the modern analysis against it and analysis of other papers, assuming that satoshi wrote other things, which he did, it’s an open and shut case.”
During the interview, McAfee also boasted that “he/she/they (Satoshi Nakamoto) are so easy to get through, any fool could find them.” Further, he believes that the supposedly ‘big reveal’ will be a tragic disappointment as,
“The real Satoshi doesn’t want to anyone to know. It’s the same thing Craig Wright is doing.”
While dismissing anyone who has already claimed to be the pseudonymous creator of Bitcoin, McAfee hinted that the man in question may be hiding in a country with no income tax, such as The Bahamas. He added that he is certain of Bitcoin reaching $1 million by the end of 2020, which is the same reason for him going long. The technology veteran ended the podcast by glorifying the cryptospace, stating,
“This is a ‘new world’ demanding a ‘new paradigm’ starting from brand new location, which did not even exist 10 years ago. So wake up.”
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Roger Ver Debunks Craig Wright’s Claims that He Owns Some of the First BTC Adresses

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Roger Ver Debunks Craig Wright’s Claims that He Owns Some of the First BTC Adresses
Satoshi Craig Wright sued Bitcoin Cash figurehead, and former business partner, Roger Ver for libel after being called a “fraud and a liar.” Ver responded by seemingly debunking Wright’s claim that he controlled several high-profile Bitcoin addresses.
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John McAfee Sends Last Tweet on Ethereum Cryptocurrency, Then ‘Goes Dark’

John McAfee is the Founder of McAfee internet security firm, McAfee associates and has also authored a couple of books. He is popularly known for his unabashed honesty on Twitter.  The Crypto-Twitter community pays a lot of heed to McAfee because of his conviction towards Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.
He is the person who has supported and speculated on Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies for a long time. In 2018, McAfee used to release his ‘coin of the week’; for a starting couple of weeks, those coins saw tremendous growth in price due to speculation.
Moreover, McAfee was highly active on Twitter, sharing things about anything and everything more often than not. However, he has decided to call it quits from the social media platform. 
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Recently, he expressed about the distress that he has been facing from the US Government. According to him,
The IRS, using the NSA and the FBI, are harrassing my former employees (Two were given houses), my business contacts (In Mexico no less), my banks, and even my auto mechanics. I will be publishing the full audio of these harrassments soon. I invented the tech they use. I’m McAfee.
The reason for the surveillance has not been mentioned. Moreover, McAfee hasn’t been served any indictment for now that we know off. However, he unexpectedly and rather surprisingly went ‘dark’ without even sending a ‘goodbye tweet.’ The last tweet from his official account reads,
“Developing events have made it necessary for John McAfee to go dark. Please be advised that this account will be operated by staff until further notice. More details will be released in time.”
Nevertheless, his last tweet was on Ethereum, the second largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization. He chose sarcasm and satire for the tone of his tweet. It was rather disingenuous. He said,
“Folks asking my opinion of Ethereum: Well . . .. Frankly, I prefer one syllable coins and am not fond of Ethereum’s spelling. Additionally, many of my friends who hold Ethereum dress oddly. And, of course, Buterin looks underfed to me. But do not take this as investment advice.”
Also Read: John McAfee Offers to Resolve Binance Hack Incident- Will He Win With His Cybersecurity Skills?
Now that the account will be operated by staff, we can only expect official announcements and important updates from that once popular Twitter account. The crypto-twitter community has engaged a lot with him as he made some wild predictions for the crypto-market. Moreover, he also claimed that he knows and would reveal the identity of Satoshi Nakamoto. However, he backed off on that pretty soon.
Do you think McAfee’s ‘go dark’ tweet will create a negative or positive image for cryptocurrencies? Please share your views with us. 

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Gotsatoshi.com Launches Live Satoshi Unveiling: Real Satoshi Reveal or Just CoinDesk’s PR?

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Gotsatoshi.com Launches Live Satoshi Unveiling: Real Satoshi Reveal or Just CoinDesk’s PR?
New website Gotsatoshi.com launched with the ticking clock until Satoshi Nakamoto “live unveiling”. Will we finally see real Bitcoin’s creator or is it just well-thought PR for upcoiming Coindesk’s Consensys conference?
Gotsatoshi.com Launches Live Satoshi Unveiling: Real Satoshi Reveal or Just CoinDesk’s PR?

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Craig Wright defends Satoshi Nakamoto claims; accuses Tether, Binance of market manipulation

Following his inexplicable disappearance from Twitter, Craig Wright recently made an appearance to discuss the ongoing drama and speculation surrounding the pseudonymous creator of Bitcoin. During an interview with Crypto Finder, Wright dismissed the requirement of a private key as evidence to prove his involvement in the development of Bitcoin. He said,
“I’ve got the transaction statements for buying the domain name and the Satoshi email address. The bank has to keep those for 25 years.”
Wright also accused Binance and Tether of money laundering and wash trading, while also taking a dig at John McAfee. He added,
“John McAfee helps these organizations pump up the token price, get people to invest, and then short the crap out of it!”
When asked about Phil Wilson’s involvement in the creation of Bitcoin, Wright dismissed Wilson’s involvement, stating that it too was a “a conman job”. He accused Wilson of attempting extortion by threatening to leak key information.
The interview also touched upon other issues. When asked about how he manages to remain grounded amidst all the commotion, fame, and fortune, the nChain Lead Scientist said,
“It’s not about getting the next billion, it’s about the work.”
He took another opportunity to lambast the software pioneer, claiming that,
“Unlike “conman John” (McAfee), people want to invest in someone who wants to grow, not in someone who wants to retire.”
Wright’s interview concluded with him cautioning the general public to steer away from crypto-speculations surrounding him. He said,
“The next big thing—like Google and Amazon—doesn’t happen overnight. People should find out the truth themselves.”
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Craig Wright Accusing Binance, McAfee and Even Roger Ver of Being the Mafia

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Craig Wright Accusing Binance, McAfee and Even Roger Ver of Being the Mafia
Craig Wright, has called Binance, the world’s largest crypto exchange, a “super bucket shop” claiming that it’s co-founder Changpeng Zhao is engaging in wash trading and money laundering and that’s how he makes money.
Craig Wright Accusing Binance, McAfee and Even Roger Ver of Being the Mafia

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Craig Wright takes potshots at Hodlonaut, Binance’s CZ and John McAfee in latest interview

The spat between Craig Wright and Hodlonaut is far from over. In a recent interview with Crypto Finder, nChain’s Chief Scientist took a jibe at the #LNTrustChain initiator. Wright stated that Bitcoin SV [BSV] had a massive number of data centers to help send “cat photos really fast”. He went on to say that these cat photos were all over social media, be it Twitter or Facebook.
The Australian computer scientist also mentioned “grumpy cats” and “happy cats” in light of Hodlonaut having a Cartoon Bitcoin Astronaut Cat in his profile picture. Following the defamation suit filed by Craig Wright and Calvin Ayre against Hodlonaut, several BTC enthusiasts changed their profile pictures to an astronomical cat, in solidarity with Hodlonaut. He said,
“We don’t really care, but cat photos [are] everywhere.”
Ethereum’s creator Vitalik Buterin also received a similar legal notice, asking him to issue an apology to the fork coin creator.
During the interview, the self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto said that he created Bitcoin in the 1990s with the help of “some really good coders”. Talking about building a completely decentralized distributed system, he further claimed,
“I have actually tried what is like the wet dream of things like Ethereum.”
Going further, he took a potshot at Binance’s CZ, stating that his work is centralized and that there is no such thing as DEX or decentralized exchange. He added,
“That’s a fraud to try and get people to invest their money, Exchange requires regulation and liquidity to work.”
Further, Wright went on to call John McAfee a “conman” stating that he wants the software pioneer in court. The fork coin creator also claimed that McAfee had “charges for conning people” and facilitates “token scams”. He added,
“Please sue me Mr. McAfee. I actually got some evidence on you.”
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John McAfee may be extradited like Julian Assange, if he ousts Satoshi Nakamoto

John McAfee may be in trouble. The anti-virus software pioneer’s plans to reveal the identity of Satoshi Nakamoto to the world were thwarted to avoid extradition to the United States.
Craig Wright’s string of lawsuits may have played a part in pushing McAfee to reveal the identity of Satoshi Nakamoto. McAfee, after speaking to Bloomberg on April 24, 2019, said that he would reveal the identity “within a week.” A few hours later however, McAfee posted a tweet saying that he would delay the revelation, as his extradition lawyer advised against revealing the identity.
The letter from McAfee’s lawyer stated,
“… I must strongly advise against you revealing the identity of the above captioned [Satoshi Nakamoto]… There are number of ramifications which could include a possible lawsuit and other legal actions against yourself and will undoubtedly have you drawn to defend yourself on many fronts.”
Source: Twitter | John McAfee
McAfee tweeted about the same stating,
“The US extradition request to the Bahamas is imminent. I met with Mario Gray, my extradition lawyer, and it is now clear (read his letter below) that releasing the identity of Satoshi at this time could influence the trial and risk my extradition. I cannot risk that. I’ll wait.”
McAfee has been in a jam involving the U.S. extradition authorities since he is a person of interest with respect to a murder in Belize. Additionally, McAfee is also being investigated by the NSA for “tax offences,” according to one of his tweets.
The tweet from McAfee’s lawyer was met with criticism as some users pointed out that the lawyer had used his “Hotmail” account, questioning its timeline. Others claimed the same in reference to the letterhead.
A Twitter user @Rickdeaconx, commented,
“This letterhead is from 1967. And so is this story. Go away forever please.”
Another user @Flyinghendrix, commented,
“ lawyer with a hotmail adress dyor lesson one ”
McAfee was quick to respond, stating,
“We’re in Exuma. At least he has Internet access. Some lawyers do not.”
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Max’s Corner: The Satoshi Saga and the Importance of Anonymity

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Max’s Corner: The Satoshi Saga and the Importance of Anonymity
This edition of Max’s Corner deals with the recent BCHSV delistings and what the mystery regarding Satoshi’s identity means to the crypto industry.
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Who is Satoshi Nakamoto? John McAfee Seems to Know the Answer

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Who is Satoshi Nakamoto? John McAfee Seems to Know the Answer
John McAfee has found himself “stucked” in “fake Satoshi” story. He is actually claiming that he knows the true identity of the pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto.
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Will McAfee Disclose Nakamoto’s Identity? Crypto Will Suffer If He Did

In a series of intriguing tweets, John McAfee dropped a bombshell yesterday by claiming knowledge of Satoshi Nakamoto’s identity. McAfee intends to end speculation on Nakamoto’s identity once and for all, which he feels is necessary for the crypto space to move forward. He goes on to say he will divulge information until Nakamoto comes forward. Failing that, McAfee himself will disclose Nakamoto’s identity.

The "Who is Satoshi?" Mystery must end! First: It is NOT the CIA nor any agency of any world government. It IS a collection of people, but the white paper was written by one man, who currentky resides in the US. If he does not come forward these narrowings will continue.
— John McAfee (@officialmcafee) April 17, 2019

Satoshi Nakamoto
John McAfee’s outing of Satoshi Nakamoto has reignited speculation on crypto’s greatest mystery. At present, the only widely known report pertains to him being an unknown person, or group, who developed Bitcoin. According to a profile on P2P Foundation, which is an organization studying peer-to-peer technology, Nakamoto claims to be a Japanese resident born on the 5th April 1975.
However, given his perfect English, with the use of colloquialisms, some speculate he is not Japanese. Or in the very least, a member of his team originates from the British Commonwealth.
Following the timeline of his last known actions, he continued to contribute to the coding of Bitcoin until mid-2010. It was then Gavin Andresen received control of the source code repository and network alert key. After that, Nakamoto’s involvement with Bitcoin ended.
The mysterious circumstances of his sudden disappearance have only added to Bitcoin’s allegorical notoriety. But, this hasn’t stopped speculation on several names including Nick Szabo, Craig Wright, Dorian Nakamoto, and Hal Finney. With some even claiming Bitcoin is a US Intelligence project.
John McAfee
According to McAfee, the secret of who Nakamoto is perpetuates a pointless exercise. To which, the entire crypto industry would benefit from knowing his identity. In one of his tweets, he said:
“I protected the identity of Satoshi. It’s time, though, that this be put to bed. Imposters claim to be him, we are spending time and energy in search of him – It’s a waste. Every day I will narrow down the identity of Satoshi until he reveals himself, or I reveal him.”
However, given McAfee’s past form for sensationalism, it’s fair to question whether he knows Nakamoto’s true identity. But, at the same time, McAfee’s cypherpunk credentials do stack up, giving plausibility to his claims. Especially so, considering his active involvement in the industry during Bitcoin’s formative years.
Nakamoto Wants Anonymity
Whether McAfee will out Nakamoto, or not, this much is clear, Nakamoto wishes to remain anonymous. According to Alex Lielacher, his motives for anonymity are based on safeguarding the Bitcoin project and allowing it to operate on its own merit. He wrote:
“it is arguable that he remained anonymous in order to avoid the possibility of him becoming the de facto leader of the system and, thereby, having people place their trust in him as the creator as opposed to the ledger. Moreover, any announcement by Satoshi would likely be regarded as investment advice by those who held the digital currency and may have resulted in price movements.”

What if Satoshi Nakamoto or the group wanted to remain anonymous for a good cause…???
— GCC JOEL (@kiwimalayale) April 17, 2019

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Bitcoin [BTC]: John McAfee reveals he received many emails from people claiming to be ‘Satoshi’

The ‘who is the real Satoshi Nakamoto’ drama in the world of cryptocurrencies has been ongoing ever since the name of the elusive Bitcoin [BTC] creator was made public. Fast forward ten years after the inception of BTC and the comments around that topics have reached new heights.
As part of a follow up to his many and consistent tweets, John McAfee twitter post said:
“I have received today dozens of communications from people and groups claiming to be Satoshi. Below is an example email and my responses. So people, please – i do know who Satoshi is. Don’t make yourself look foolish by pretending.”
His follow-up tweet said:
“Again people, don’t make yourselves look foolish by contacting me and claiming to be Satoshi. If you need to contact me to reveal yourself then you are not him.”
McAfee’s tweet came in the wake of several e-mails that were sent to him by people claiming to be the actual creator of Bitcoin. One such email even claimed that Nakamoto was not a person but rather a group of people working in unison and was in hiding. A part of the email content read:
“We are in hiding and we just don’t do emails. Mainstream media has a time block on us which is okay, they would rather choose to give airtime to imbeciles.”
The rise in the ‘Satoshi claims’ can be attributed to McAfee recent tweet of claiming to know a dozen people who know the real identity of Satoshi. He had also added that he would start a process of narrowing down the suspects to finally reveal the actual creator of Bitcoin.
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