John McAfee, the prominent cryptocurrency advocate, had ultimately reacted to the hacking cases of his BitFi budget. He had earlier challenged the cyberpunks to break into his BitFi budget and announced a $100,000 bounty if anyone succeeds in doing it. He raised the bounty to $250,000 later.
When a Twitter user said ‘absolutely nothing is unhackable’, McAfee asked him to show it by getting his practical the cash.
He tweeted, “Then take the cash from the wallet. Isn’t that the concern? Can you get it or not? We don’t even require that you access the pocketbook remotely. We’ll send you the fucking thing with loan on it. Can you get it or otherwise? The solution is no! Who cares just what other worthless shit you can do. [sic]
A crypto geek just recently pointed out that McAfee’s much-hyped unhackable budget has an origin access, a patched firmware and can verify to the unhackable Bitfi purse’s dashboard. There is no protection as claimed by the Bitfi, he stated.
Now McAfee replied to all the hacking declares in a tweet. He dismissed the allegations as an attention-seeking activity.
” Cyberpunks saying they have actually acquired origin access to the BitFi budget. Well whoop-de-do! So exactly what? Origin acces to a device without write or customize capacity. That’s as pointless as a dentist certificate un a nuclear power plant. Can you get the money on the purse? No. That’s exactly what matters [sic]
A mechanical engineer turned journalist, Shekar takes a keen interest in the study and analysis of cryptocurrencies and blockchain strategy. With the cryptocurrency world blooming in the recent days, he finds great interest in monitoring their growth and gathering every possible piece of information about them. He works as a crypto-journalist for the website Cryptoheed.