Earlier in the article: "“It is unjust but it is reality. I am writing an article on an equivalent alternative to ICOs which the SEC cannot touch. Please have Patience.”"
"The offerings have come under increased scrutiny from regulators in recent months, with the SEC calling them securities that should be registered with the regulator. Some analysts have said paid promoters of ICOs may be breaking the law by acting as unregistered broker-dealers. In March, McAfee tweeted a web link that showed he charged $105,000 per tweet to promote ICOs and other products.Crypto Celebrity McAfee Stops Touting ICOs, Citing ‘SEC Threats’ -- Bloomberg
The SEC and McAfee didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment."