Renegade John McAfee slammed Twitter on Monday for its callous disregard for Bitcoin scams after an impersonator was caught on Medium. | Supply: AP Picture/Moises Castillo (i), REUTERS / Dado Ruvic (ii). Picture Edited by CCN.Early on Monday, CCN dropped at mild the misadventures of an insidious scammer pretending to be none apart from the Bitcoin renegade himself, John McAfee.McAfee: Twitter By no means Even Responds to My Crypto Rip-off ReportsAfter we tipped off McAfee and his spouse, Janice, to the fraudulent article in query, John responded by sharing his frustration with a problem that continues to plague the crypto group at giant: Twitter bitcoin scams.Talking with CCN, McAfee stated:“This occurs three or 4 occasions a day the place folks pretending to be me on varied platforms, try and rip-off folks utilizing a wide range of scams.” “On my Twitter account everybody of my tweets are peppered with feedback from folks pretending to be me and making an attempt to get folks to ship Bitcoin or Ethereum in alternate for a bigger quantity. I now not trouble to report them to Twitter as a result of I by no means get a response.”Twitter has the paradoxical popularity of being each extremely resourceful and annoyingly irritating. Influencers discover it more and more troublesome to wade by means of the data swamp solely to work together with their real followers.Calls Develop Louder For an Finish to Twitter Bitcoin ScamsBitcoin giveaway scams have plagued accounts belonging to everybody from Elon Musk to Pope Francis. | Supply: TwitterPopular tweets have an extended historical past of scammy responders. By now you’d assume they’d have nipped the problem within the bud. It has been greater than a 12 months since CEO Jack Dorsey promised to sort out the issue rapidly.If something, the state of affairs has really grow to be worse. CNBC Crypto Dealer host Ran Neuner not too long ago echoed McAfee’s sentiment by calling Dorsey out for losing assets creating a controversial new person interface whereas these scams proceed to use novice crypto customers.Hey @jack , as an alternative of giving us a brand new UI that’s worse than the earlier one, are you able to not use the assets to repair this quite simple downside? pic.twitter.com/jm85NA8q62— Ran NeuNer (@cryptomanran) July 28, 2019For now, Twitter holds the crown because the undisputed king of short-form content material. However what if a severe scam-resistant contender ever comes alongside? Properly, it will not take a lot for main influencers like Mr. Renegade himself to leap ship.