The Mathematics of the Ethereum Hack

by John McAfee
Sept. 1, 2017 0 comments TechGenix hacking & cyberattacks

I was a lazy student. College and graduate school offered seductive alternatives to “studying” and I took full advantage of them. I began as a physics major, but soon discovered that the amount of math required for a degree in physics was, in itself, sufficient to gain a degree just in mathematics. I therefore switched to math. Math was easy for me. In spite of never studying and seldom showing up for class, I graduated with honors and a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics from Roanoke College. That same college gave me an Honorary Doctor Of Science degree many years later.