John McAfee Created A Private Coin Ghost
John McAfee programmer, founder of McAfee antivirus software company. In October 2019, he launched the decentralized cryptocurrency exchange DEX.
The most controversial cryptocurrency fan John McAfee tweeted about his new project, a confidential coin called Ghost. McAfee tweeted that it will be a coin with a Proof-of-Stake algorithm, available on the McAfeeDex decentralized exchange.
In the post, he describes a new cryptocurrency that provides anonymity using the algorithm Proof-of-Stake (PoS). It’s different from the Proof-of-Work (PoW) Monero model.
The coin has already been listed on the McAfee Decentralized Exchange (DEX), launched in October 2019.
The white paper will be published on May 15. The owners of Switch cryptocurrency (ESH) can already claim Ghost tokens. It will be possible to start filing applications on May 25. 75% will be used as payments for staking. The remaining 25% of the total issue is allocated
The last coin that McAfee launched was an ERC-20 token called Epstein Did Not Kill Himself. Its traded only on McAfeeDex and having zero liquidity.
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