But then who will answer the lawsuit, and to what office address will it be sent to? In late June, John McAfee slammed cryptocurrency exchange HitBTC, calling his followers to boycott it and saying its minimum buy-in system effectively shut out potential users of Docademic. Docademic is a project which would provide free healthcare services and medical products in exchange for a patient\u2019s data. https:\/\/twitter.com\/officialmcafee\/status\/1012330185872564224 McAfee invested in the platform, saying its a better alternative than government-issued plans. \u201cMy healthcare platform is Docademic. It is virtually free, functional and used by millions. It costs me nothing other than an app download and a few MTC tokens to get help. Imagine my advantage when my opposition, whether Dem or Republican, unveils their \u201cPLANS\u201d and I reveal my already functional system.\u201d He adds, however, that he\u2019s not in it for the profit, but for the benefits it will give people. And that HitBTC\u2019s \u201cunethical tactics\u201d would have anyone \u201cirate.\u201d https:\/\/twitter.com\/officialmcafee\/status\/1013204062408409088 McAfee says he sent the exchange 11 \u201cempassioned letters,\u201d and got only one response. McAfee goes on about the issue, although no copy of the response has been supplied, leaving it up to readers to connect the dots. \u201cI have sent eleven empassioned letters to @hitbtc and received only one response. Is it our fault? CEO of Docademic, Mr. Charles Nader warned the CEO of Hitbtc three months prior to these unnecessary deaths. You tell me sir, who is responsible?\u201d He goes on to invite others to join the lawsuit. \u201cHITBTC has not responded to our requests. We are preparing a legal complaint against HITBTCs service provider and against HITBTC. If you have an issue with HITBTC, then please send details to:\u00a0Officialmrmcafee@gmail.com\u201d Lawsuit on. Prepare the popcorn. https:\/\/twitter.com\/officialmcafee\/status\/1016772470194561024 It is unclear, however, how this lawsuit will play out\u2014if it will. For one thing, despite operating for four years now, it is unclear who is behind the HitBTC exchange, and where exactly they are based (some say Hong Kong). In addition to HitBTC\u2019s elusive founders and office address, McAfee himself has also been stirring quite some ruckus. Despite garnering respect over having built an empire from security software over the years, his recent Twitter campaigns has been raising eyebrows. There was that offer to tweet about your cryptocurrency project (ICOs) for $105,000 which he promised to stop after the SEC told him to shut it down. He also had to backtrack on speculations about a hack that happened to Binance early this year, apologizing to CEO Changpeng Zhao for taking part in the FUD.