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Renowned computer security expert and tech activist John McAfee has joined the advisory committee of Luxcore, a blockchain-based solution that provides secure information exchange for corporations and institutions. Mr. McAfee is the inaugural member of Luxcore’s advisory committee. The former NASA programmer and founder of McAfee Associates will be the first advisor to join the Luxcore senior advisory board.

Mr. McAfee is no less than a legend in the tech sphere, having created the world’s first commercial antivirus software in 1987 and using his business and investment acumen to drive and lead many successful start-up ventures.

I am happy to be able to help advance the technology base of the crypto movement by advising the Luxcore group as they continue to add features and capabilities to their network.

– John McAfee

Mr. McAfee has not limited his interests in blockchain to its business or technological merits, but also the political and macro-sociological ramifications it poses.  He sought the presidential nomination of the Libertarian Party in 2016, participating in that party’s first-ever nationally-televised debate.

In his role as a Senior Advisor to the Luxcore project, John McAfee will play a pivotal role in guiding Luxcore on its Enterprise Business strategy. Mr. McAfee’s vast experience in building and growing multi-million businesses from the ground up and his industry influence will be a great value-add to Luxcore’s business plans.

Our advisory committee is going to help LUXCORE realize its huge potential as a leader in bring- ing about practical applications of blockchain technology, and we’re very excited to have Mr. McAfee’s experience and knowledge on our side.

– Brian Oliver, CEO of Luxcore

Please join us in welcoming John McAfee to the team and celebrate this new beginning.

For more information visit us at Luxcore.io

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