John McAfee is now basically offering $20m to hack his wallet

The ‘unhackable’ BitFi wallet saga takes another turn, as John McAfee ups the ante…

The saga of the BitFi wallet, that was billed as “unhackable” by John McAfee, rumbles on. That comes even after BitFi itself has withdrawn the ‘unhackable’ claim, and the $250,000 bounty that had been offered to anyone who was able to withdraw funds held in three named specific wallets.

But even following that, John McAfee has come out fighting again, and now insists that the hack behind the latest reported attack on the wallet is “all talk”. In fact, he’s gone further than that, calling the hacker in question a “coward”, “wannabe” and “publicity hound”.

Fruity language is about to come up in the following Tweet, where McAfee effectively offered the one individual hacker in question the some of $20m to hack his account…

The hacker in question reportedly, as per McAfee’s next Tweet, declined the challenge that had been put forward…

That said, hackers have, in turn, put a challenge to McAfee, that they say he hasn’t replied to…

The end result of which is more publicity for BitFi, which presumably was McAfee’s intention all along…