NEW YORK, April 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- www.JohnMcAfeeSwiftMail.com is offering $20,000 to any hacker who can break SwiftCoin and the John McAfee SwiftCoin and SwiftMail code. The offer expires April 30.
No hacker was able to win the $10,000 prize offered last month.
The hacker should identify himself to JohnMcAfeeSwiftMail.com, execute the attack against SwiftCoin, reveal the contents of SwiftMail and/or steal SwiftCoin then show how it was done. Third party observers will be provided free SwiftCoin wallets to be hacked into and report the results. Volunteers and journalists are encouraged to participate. Their sole public identification during the challenge will be a SwiftCoin wallet e.g. 471a6e4da7b27482d4c428a6c7dcbfce.
The challenge is open to John McAfee himself and a running bet on the probability of success is available at www.bitcoinfreecasino.com with payouts in bitcoin and SwiftCoin.
In February, McAfee promised to eat his shoe on live television if he didn't hack the San Bernardino iPhone in three weeks:
"I work with a team of the best hackers on the planet. These hackers attend DEF CON in Las Vegas, and they are legends in their local hacking groups, such as HackMiami. They are all prodigies, with talents that defy normal human comprehension… I would eat my shoe on the Neil Cavuto show if we could not break the encryption on the San Bernardino phone..."
McAfee got the job done and saved his shoe. The point being that there is no real reason for the police state to force tech companies to provide backdoors:
"The US public doesn't need a Digital Security Commission; they need the FBI to stop deceiving everyone and tell the truth that it wants to spy on Americans." - John McAfee
Team Daniel Bruno created John McAfee SwiftMail on Android for John McAfee in 2015. It uses the same block chain technology made famous by bitcoin, to remit mail and attachments as well as payments.
In 2016, www.SwiftCoin.club was launched to solve the problem of transforming digital currency into local paper currency regardless of location and exchange rate. A decentralized network of independent contractors called tellers, provide for the exchange in their local communities in real time.
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