Bounty for hacking the ‘unhackable’ Bitfi wallet jumps from $100K to $250K
I DARE YOU! That’s what the term ‘unhackable’ screams at some, raising hackles and having them accept that challenge because there is no such thing as unhackable to a determined attacker. John McAfee disagrees with that and first offered $100,000 bounty for hacking the Bitfi wallet. Following the claims by security researchers that the hardware cyptocurrency wallet wasn’t unhackable, McAfee upped the bounty to $250,000.