The South China Research Center, the firm behind Zombie Coin, is going to be selling four armored SUVs it received from John McAfee.
The Four armored McAfee 2020 SUVs for sale are donation affirming McAfee’s 2020 United States presidential ambition.
We donated four of our SUVs to the South China Research Center to help with their work. However, all of the staff are Chinese and can't drive. https://t.co/wfc452xhru
— John McAfee (@officialmcafee) November 7, 2019
According to McAfee, the SUVs are donated to help the South China Research Center, but “all of the staff are Chinese and can’t drive,” John McAfee had wittingly said. McAfee has not actually stated what his connection with the Zombie team.
John McAfee is still contesting for the post of the presidency. However, the presidential hopeful aspirant had once told his followers to not vote for him, in fact, that is his campaign slogan.
In August, John McAfee took the advisory role at Zombie Crypto and helped write a Whitepaper for the cryptocurrency project.
At the time, it was said that the cryptocurrency project paid John McAfee $4.5 million for Initial License Offering (ILO).
Afterward, the Zombie Coin threatened to sue John McAfee over an allegation that the veteran software programmer reneged the conditions of the agreement.
As said by the Zombie, McAfee laid claim to some issues in the paper while also presenting them in bad image.
Although, McAfee said the paper was still a work in progress, the Zombie said it would be filing a lawsuit against the crypto pundit. The team said McAfee did not meet up with the agreed terms.
To McAfee, the Zombie project failed to understand the ‘nuanced humor’ displayed in the said white paper.
In the paper, McAfee said the cryptocurrency Zombie could be thought of by “mentally deficient four year old”.
While the fear of a lawsuit against absconded John McAfee scared the cryptocurrency community, the Zombie project came out few months later to say the dispute between them and McAfee had been settled.
The creators of China Zombie want to thank @officialmcafee for allowing us to participate in one of his social experiments. China Zombie exists because of the experiment and we all had a blast.
This site is now for sale. Will consider any offer over $12.
— South China Zombie Research Centre (@china_zombie) November 1, 2019
The South China Zombie Research Centre praised John for taking part in their social media experiment and said it would be selling the project website. The Zombie project is willing to accept $12 upward from anyone ready to buy.