Controversial Bitcoin proponent John McAfee has announced his cell phone service that will make smartphones impossible to track. McAfee took to Twitter to reveal the upcoming service to his 1 million followers.
According to McAfee’s tweet, the product is called the Ghost Cell Phone Data Service. He announced that the service is currently in beta, and should be released sometime in September this year. The service works with all eSIM enabled smartphones and will keep all users anonymous, and make users’ cell phones completely untraceable.
Information revealed on the Ghost website reveals that the service does not require a SIM to work. All that is required is the eSIM and QR technology for any interested persons to gain access. In addition, the Ghost app will offer base layer VPN protection for all users. This means that all data sent and received over the Ghost Cell Phone Data Service will be encrypted.
In addition to coverage in 35 countries, the Ghost website says that users can manually select more than 2000 IP addresses in all of these countries, to access service. Users may appear to be based in any of the selected places.
McAfee also says that his anonymous Ghost crypto token will enjoy full integration with the service.
Surprisingly, earlier this year, McAfee derided Bitcoin, calling it a Shitcoin.
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