Ghost Crypto Project “Ghosted” By John McAfee, Forsee Failure

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Ghost Crypto Project has been abandoned by John McAfee, two-time U.S. presidential candidate in a recent announcement, he believed that the ghost cryptocurrency project is doomed to fail and this questions his reputation. McAfee still plans to go on with the launching of the Ghost phone service highlighting that there will be a new cryptocurrency for the Ghost ecosystem.

John McAfee’s Trouble With Ghost Crypto

John McAfee, who has been building the Ghost ecosystem that includes the privacy-centric ghost cryptocurrency, an exchange, and phone service, has announced that he is no longer supporting the ghost cryptocurrency. He tweeted Wednesday: “I am abandoning the Ghost project. Management is incapable of making a success of the project. It will, without a doubt fail.” He then apologized to those he “led astray.”

The antivirus tycoon insisted that he really believed in the ghost cryptocurrency but Switch CEO Josh Case ruined everything. “Josh controlled the project. He was killing it,” McAfee told his Twitter followers. “Josh is an idiot,” he continued to tweet. “I added Ghost to my Ghost ecosystem because I had his assurance that he would be 100% focused on ghost. He never fulfilled that promise. I could no longer support a project managed by someone working on Clearpoll, Ethershare etc.”

John McAfee Ditches Ghost Crypto Project: He Claims It Will Fail, His Reputation Damaged

To explain why his “hands are tied,” McAfee posted a private message he said he sent to Case. “If you had told me, from the beginning, that making money for you, myself and everyone involved in Ghost, was of no interest to you and you merely wanted a piss around with worthless projects, like Ethershare, from your past that never made you, nor anyone else a dime, then I would never have given you legal control over ghost,” the message reads, adding:

Now I have to find another coin for the Ghost ecosystem and you have damaged my reputation through your inability to focus exclusively on the task at hand.

The Ghost ecosystem also consists of the Ghost phone service which McAfee announced in July. It claims to help subscribers be “invisible,” noting that it will be “the first 4G data service to make connections to the network untraceable.” After meeting with the Ghost executive team, McAfee confirmed: “Our Ghost phone service – coming Sept. 30, is the foundation of our ecosystem and nothing will change with the service. We are, though, dropping GHOST as our privacy coin and will replace it.”

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