Published On: Fri, Feb 9th, 2018

Binance to John Mcafee: Blockchain Public Ledger Disproves Your FUD

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Eager to garner some attention on social media, controversial cryptocurrency loudmouth John McAfee played journalist and flung FUD at popular exchange Binance, following their unforeseen outage. It didn’t end well for McAfee.
Late in the evening on Feb. 7th, Binance unexpectedly closed its doors after experiencing unforeseen server issues. Though not a pleasant situation for day traders or anyone with large amounts of liquidity on the popular exchange, the company kept users abreast of the situation with an update:
Due to a significant increase in users and trading activity, Binance will need to extend the System upgrade and is expected to be completed by 2PM (UTC).
Our team is working hard to complete this upgrade as quickly as possible. We will make an announcement to all users if completed ahead of schedule.
Withdrawals and trading during this period will remain suspended. We apologize for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your patience.
Despite the clear communication from Binance, some opportunistic FUDsters jumped at the opportunity to garner some of the spotlight—including controversial cryptocurrency bull John McAfee.
Posing as a journalist seeking only to keep his followers as up-to-date as possible, McAfee tweeted the following:

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