Bitcoiin2G (B2G) is another altcoin whose producers claim it to be better than the original Satoshi’s Bitcoin. Early last year, the Medium post broke the news that the Hollywood martial art star Steven Seagal has become ‘an ambassador of Bitcoiin2G”.
Later on, this coin was called a scam both by users and regulators. The State of New Jersey issued a cease and desist order for it. Recently, however, the well famous ‘crypto baron’ John McAfee has begun to promote it on his Twitter account, encouraging people to buy it.
John McAfee and Steven Seagal join efforts to promote B2G
Back in 2018, before the coin was banned, it was listed only on two or three minor exchanges. On one of them, Exrates, reportedly offered very low rates on purchasing it but the platform made it very difficult for customers to cash it out.
Currently, B2G is trading on several crypto exchanges, being part of around 10 pair. B2G is sitting at $0,3227. The coin is ranked 235 by CoinMarketCap.
Recently, however, John McAfee, who last summer actively promoted ICOs and various coins on his Twitter account, has begun to advertise B2G as well, urging people to buy in before the coin skyrockets.
B2G has shown a 30% price increase in the past 30 days. Still time to hop onboard.— John McAfee (@officialmcafee) April 17, 2019
McAfee is the ‘zen master’ of crypto
As U.Today, reported earlier this week, McAfee announced that he knows the real identity of Satoshi Nakamoto. This suggests that McAfee is a limitless source of knowledge about all controversial issues in the crypto industry.
A reporter of CCN commented on McAfee’s Twitter post regarding B2G, suggesting that the US presidential run participator may be not quite honest with his social media followers.