John McAfee creates an Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself token

John McAfee is launching a new crypto product in the form of “Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself” tokens. The token will be traded on his McAfee DEX, a decentralized exchange based on Ethereum, and would now deploy support for the Tron network.

Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself tokens to honor Epstein?

Jeffrey Epstein an infamous sex trafficker and financier was arrested by US authorities and ‘mysteriously’ committed suicide in his prison cell on August 10. Since then, rumors have been spreading like wildfire that his death was rather a conspiracy. Also, note that it is suspicious how such a high-profile prisoner was able to commit suicide under surveillance. The topic of his death has appeared in various forms of media, including social media memes.

John McAfee is now launching a token so that we never forget this incident. Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself token would be launched by McAfee and traded on McAfee DEX.

John McAfee announced the launch in a Twitter post saying that his website “is releasing an “Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself” token, for free, that is tradeable on the McAfee DEX.” He announced that there is a unique feature in the token that one out of every ten trades would be sent to the burn address instead of the recipient. This means that those tokens will be destroyed or as McAfee said: “they’re whacked.”

The Tweet stated that other details regarding the project would be revealed next week. The burn factor is made to honor Epstein, further promoting the idea behind Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself tokens. So it might be a good idea to get some Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself tokens if they’re free. They might become novelty coins in the years to come.

McAfee DEX has been around for some time now and has already survived its first DDoS attack. The exchange is the world’s only platform that provides complete freedom. McAfee DEX previously announced that it would expand the exchange by deploying it on the Tron network.