Prior this week, English American business visionary John McAfee, who is as of now living "estranged abroad" because of duty-related charges documented against him by the US specialists, propelled his own decentralized trade (DEX).
The expressive crypto promoter's McAfeedex.com is running on the Ethereum (ETH) blockchain, and, in McAfee's own words, it is a "Wild West trade" that purportedly can't be seized by controllers. "There is nothing to close down," he composed on Twitter, "Our innovation is the shrewd agreements everlastingly living on the blockchain."
As indicated by the businessperson, the DEX, at present in beta, is open source and forces no Know Your Client (KYC) or Hostile to Tax evasion (AML) necessities on its clients.
Be that as it may, can crypto exchanging stage be completely excluded from guidelines in the current, post-ICO condition, where specialists are effectively indicting terrible entertainers and talking about the plausibility of computerized resources in Congress?
In the new Crypto Fantasies arrangement, Cointelegraph will endeavor to expose different suspicions hovering around the crypto space.