John McAfee Launches Ghost Phone Service to Supplement His Cryptocurrency

Two-time U.S. presidential candidate John McAfee has launched a privacy-centric cell phone data service. McAfee said that his Ghost cell phone data service offers 4G data without using a physical SIM card, is compatible with most major phones, and works in more than 50 countries. Ghost Cell Phone Data by McAfee John McAfee announced Tuesday the launch of his new product called the “Ghost Cell Phone Data Service,” which he described as “the first 4G data service to make connections to the network untraceable.” Beta testing began on July 3…

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60 Hong Kong-Based Vending Machines Support McAfee’s Ghost Token for Payments

On June 28, 2020, the team behind Ghost Coin revealed a partnership with the digital currency payment processor Ivendpay. Ghost is a project led by the notorious John McAfee and according to the recent announcement, 60 vending machines in Hong Kong will support the privacy-centric coin for payments. It’s surely never a dull day in John McAfee’s world and this week his Ghost Coin team revealed a collaboration with the crypto payment startup Ivendpay. The startup is a multi-currency payment system that allows people to accept cryptocurrency and other types…

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Bitcoin.com Exchange Lists ESH Token Support Prior to John McAfee’s Ghost Airdrop

In mid-April, news.Bitcoin.com reported John McAfee’s new privacy token called Ghost, as the former anti-virus tycoon detailed “governments will be unable to shut it down.” Ghost won’t be distributed in the usual fashion by leveraging an initial coin offering (ICO), as the project will instead utilize the airdrop process. In order to obtain the Ghost token, recipients will need to hold a specific ERC20 token called ESH. Today, Bitcoin.com’s cryptocurrency trading platform announced that ESH will now be listed, so users can obtain the token in order to participate in…

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