The ubiquitous John McAfee, needing no introduction to crypto converts, is never far from the news and his latest piece of that is a McAfee crypto debit card.

The card, naturally adorned with the cryptocurrency entrepreneur’s photo, just so users know exactly who created it, has been issued by Visa, and will enable users to use their crypto for purchases or to obtain cash.

Originally advertised, and since corrected by McAfee, as credit cards, they clearly are not, but such debit cards play an essential role in enabling holders of cryptocurrency to use their Bitcoin as originally intended; as a source of purchasing power and convenience.

As a reminder, unless newsreaders have forgotten, McAfee is up as a 2020 presidential candidate, if only to offer himself a platform for talking about cryptocurrency and its place in the world. A further reminder is offered with each issued card with the 2020 presidential run logo, along with his photo is printed on each card; a very clever piece of canvassing. However, he did add that only the first 12,000 of such debit cards would carry his photo on them. After the first batch of 12,000 cards have been released, the others will be without his images.

It is unclear which financial institutions will honor the cards at present, given his lack of popularity with the US authorities in general, particularly the IRS, who would reportedly like to talk to him about several millions of dollars in unpaid returns backdated to 2010. However, his popularity is assured with an impressive crypto community following, who hope that this is another little push designed to drag Bitcoin into the mainstream rather than a nonstarter publicity stunt.

 

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