Hundreds of cryptocurrency enthusiasts have reacted to John McAfee’s Sunday night Twitter announcement of his intention to run for the US presidential elections in 2020. The Tweet has currently generated almost 800 comments, generally positive, and over 5,800 likes.

In 2016, he was nominated for the Whitehouse race by the Libertarian party. He lost to Garry Johnson; the New Mexico governor.

In his Sunday message on Twitter, McAfee openly expressed his love for the cryptocurrencies, saying he aims at serving the crypto community if he is elected as the president of the United States.

While some criticized the decision, many applauded him for his decision. A quick scan of the twitter comments indicated that many within Twitter would back him for the upcoming election.

The self-styled ‘Crypto Dad’ has a recognized influence within the crypto community, with past analysis showing that a single tweet from John McAfee has managed to move markets. Thus, the hypothesis that crypto fans will vote for him because of his apparent interest for cryptocurrency over fiat money seemingly holds true.

Although it would appear unlikely for McAfee to ever be American president, he might improve his chances if he uses his crypto-campaign strategy well. His 2016 campaign strategy was quite argumentative, using the premise of “a paradigm shift” with a manifesto based on free trade and acceptance of the use of cannabis.

Now, he has identified cryptocurrency and its growing community as a unique ticket to the upcoming election. His campaign focus for the 2020 presidential race will be mostly about cryptocurrencies, which have a growing community. McAfee seems to have his facts right, and if Americans begin to favor Bitcoin, a people network strategy could work in his favor.

 

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