Cybersecurity pioneer John McAfee has announced that he will charge about $105,000 for a single tweet for promoting the virtual currencies online. Through a tweet, the McAfee crypto Team disclosed that it has developed guidelines on how the promotional tweets will be implemented on the company’s website.

McAfee, the founder of the popular antivirus software and crypto enthusiast is famous for his zeal towards the cryptocurrencies for years. His team has been involved in marketing and promoting the initial coin offerings (ICOs) and other related developments in the digital currency industry. McAfee is a renowned supporter of the cryptocurrency and blockchain technology and he has contributed a lot to the crypto industry.

Mr. McAfee is using his own power to influence the communities around the world to embrace the cryptocurrency products and services. According to ‘The Independent’, Mr. McAfee is the first person to open up on the huge amounts of money that the cryptocurrency promoters charge their clients on a daily basis.

Furthermore, Mr. McAfee revealed that as the promoter of the crypto assets, he is been earning the same amount for the last six months before going public on the outrageous amounts. The McAfee team prefers to promote the cryptocurrencies through tweets since they are highly effective and relates well to the content developers and bloggers.

Mr. McAfee also believes that Ethereum will overtake Bitcoin by the end of the year. According to McAfee, Ethereum is not regarded as a currency and yet all other currencies rely on its unique platform.

Basing on the data provided recently by the McAfee team, it’s revealed that about 259,000 of the firm’s followers on Twitter own more than 50% of their total assets in the crypto-space. The company’s website will provide a simple calculation of how the cost per each tweet ($105,000) over the McAfee’s 810,000 Twitter followers, so as to determine the cost per investor and ensuring that it’s not more than $0.13. McAfee has also warned other crypto promoters that have not disclosed their pricing strategies.