Nikolai Mushegian, the co-founder of Balancer Labs, was found drowned in Puerto Rico. One day before his death, the deceased tweeted that he could have been murdered by the CIA.
Several sources reported that Balancer Labs co-founder Nikolai Mushegian was found dead on a beach in Puerto Rico. The young businessman, who died at the age of 29, would have died by drowning. According to local media, Nikolai was engulfed by ocean currents while swimming at Condado Beach.
The body of the deceased has reportedly been found, but we still don’t have enough information about the incident. Nikolai Mushegian co-founded Balancer Labs and also worked on the fork of the DAI stablecoins. However, he was not very present on social media and was particularly discreet.
In his latest tweet, Nikolai revealed that “the CIA, the Mossad and the pedophile elite” would frame him and torture him to death. According to the deceased, these entities are “a kind of blackmail and sex trafficking network”. “They will trap me with a laptop dammed by my ex girlfriend, who was a spy,” he said in his latest post.
Who is Nikolai Mushegian?
Mushegian also had his own website, where he talked about different projects and everything he cared about. These projects include, among others, the DAI, RAI and Balancer fork.
In a cryptocurrency community where everyone is talking nonstop, Nikolai Mushegian has been particularly quiet. Rather, he let his work speak for itself and only occasionally shared his views of him on the cryptocurrency market.
The deceased was also known for his great generosity, especially after donating over $ 1 million to Carnegie Mellon. (the university where he studied) in 2020. He also wanted to support a research program on decentralized technologies, including dApps and protocols.
The crypto sphere suspects the CIA
The cryptocurrency community was quick to speculate on the true causes of Nikolai Mushegian’s death. Some Twitter members referred to his latest tweet about him and others he had posted earlier.
In one of his tweets, the former Balancer executive said he had only three options: “die ‘suicide’ by the CIA”, “become a brainless CIA slave” or “be the worst nightmare person so far. bothered me ”.
Several members of the crypto sphere have expressed their condolences, paying tribute to Nikolai’s achievements and contributions. In a tweet, Ava Labs founder and CEO Emin Gün Sirer said he was very sad to hear the news. Tether co-founder Craig Sellars also expressed his condolences.
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