Following the death of a high-profile prisoner, Jeffery Epstein, the notorious financier, and sex trafficker, John McAfee will soon be launching a token to show that Epstein didn’t commit suicide. Recently, memes have been circulating online that Epstein killed himself in his jail cell on August 10, 2019. The new token will immortalize Epstein’s death on the Blockchain.

It remains mysterious how Epstein would kill himself under strict surveillance. In an effort to immortalized the fact that Jeffery Epstein may not have ended his life, John McAfee has developed a cryptocurrency named Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself. McAfee wrote on his tweeter account that “Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself” will be released for free and traded on McAfee DEX. 

One of the features of this token is that one out of every ten transactions will be randomly sent to the burn address instead of being sent to the recipient. According to McAfee, this is meant to honor Jeffery Epstein, who he believes was ‘whacked.’ The currently circulating memes about the mysterious death will be totally immortalized on the Blockchain after the release of Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself.

More details about the token and its launched will be expected next week. Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself will definitely become valuable novelty coins over a couple of years. It is, therefore, worthwhile to pick up the token. 

McAfee Magic, McAfee’s decentralized exchange, has been in operation for a month now and has already survived through its first DDoS attack. The exchange is an anonymous open-source platform that requires no red tape at all. McAfee left the industry after releasing his ‘Top Cryptocurrency Picks” in 2017, which he later canceled the same year. Ever since, McAfee went into hiding, claiming that the U.S government was after him. It is through this exchange that McAfee re-enters the Crypto industry after quitting in 2017.