Discussion about banking services related to cryptocurrencies has always been foggy. Crypto ATMs are slowly beginning to pop up all over the world. Despite some crypto services tied to the banking industry turning out to be fronts for international drug traffic, the crypto community is looking for even more services that will connect cryptocurrencies to the mainstream banking sector. The new crypto credit card that was leaked by John McAfee could just satisfy that hunger.

After he leaked an image of the upcoming crypto credit card, McAfee stated that the card will also be branded by Visa. If all everything goes smoothly, people should be able to use the crypto credit card anywhere Visa is accepted.

That being said, McAfee’s history of making promises resembles that of a politician. Ironically enough, he also announced his plans to run in the 2020 election.

A crypto credit card will really offer much freedom

Despite McAfee’s reputation, the possibility of a Visa credit card which allows people to spend bitcoin all over the world is exciting.  The leaked image shows that the back of the card has a QR code for a deposit address.

The anti-virus millionaire later tweeted out that the card should be a debit card instead.

An American flag with broken chains is featured on the front of the card along with McAfee’s smug face. The logo for his 2020 campaign “Get your soul back” is also featured along with symbols which represent problematic sectors for the United states such as justice, surveillance, police, education and environment.

McAfee is a controversial figure to say the least, but he does have a lot of admirers. He has proven multiple times that his unorthodox lifestyle and way of thinking is something he’s proud of. Unlike most politicians however, he has indeed done good for the world.

He also stated that 12 000 people will have this limited-edition crypto credit card with the logo for his campaign and face. If McAfee backs out and the crypto credit card turns out to be another false promise, he will unironically prove he is making his first steps in politics.

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