John Mcafee announced today that he will not leave the scene of the B lockchain World Conference (BWC), which he would normally speak alive, because of the 'convincing death threats' and audience safety
I have been asked by the Blockchain World Conference organizers to cancel my live appearance due to fears of audience, and my own, safety. I will be live streaming from an undisclosed location at 11:00 AM. On July 13, 2018
Official BWC the reason for the cancellation is due to the life-threatening nature of McAfee and the audience "
Despite the cancellation of the speech, the King of Crypto announced that he did not throw it all back, and that he would perform the closing speech in a live broadcast from an untrained location.
On June 20, 19459004, John McAfee stated that he was threatened by the SEC, and from now on he told his followers that he would not be in any advertising or referral for token sales or investments.
Due to SEC threats, I am no longer working with ICOs I am recommending them, and those doing ICOs can all look forward to arrest. It is unjust but it is reality. I am writing an article on an equivalent alternative to ICOs which the SEC can not touch.
– June 19, 2018
"Due to SEC threats I will no longer work with ICOs, I will not recommend them. If they do, they will cause me to be arrested. This is not fair, but it is true. I am trying to write an alternative article equivalent to the ICOs that the SEC can not interfere with. Please be patient. "
I apologize for my three day absence but I was unconscious for two days at the Vidant Medical Center in North Carolina and just woke up. My enemies are maged to spike something that i ingested. However, I am more difficult to kill than anyone can imagine. On June 22, exactly two days after that, McAfee attempted to assassinate me. I am back.
– John McAfee (@ officialmcafee) 22 June 2018
After three days at the hospital, McAfee sent the following message to those who tried to kill him:
"I know very well who you are"
– John McAfee
Shortly after this, he shared a photo of a man on his motorcycle on his Twitter account and promised $ 5,000 to those who could identify him.
$ 5,000 reward for anyone who provided the full name, address and phone number of this man. No questions asked. Your confidentiality is assured. DM ME. In spite of all this, McAfee continues to be McAfee again, and its so-called 'non-hackable' BitFire (19459020) pic.twitter.com/WOT2cK6FqE
– John McAfee (@officialmcafee) He is promoting his wallet. Let's see if we can see another 'last minute' story with him in the coming days.