The day before, he wrote on his Twitter page that he was being persecuted by the CIA and Mossad

​MakerDAO co-founder Nikolai Mushegian found dead in Puerto Rico

01.11.2022 - 07:30


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What’s new? Nikolai Mushegian, the co-founder of the MakerDAO protocol and the algorithmic stablecoin DAI, was found dead in Puerto Rico, local media report. He was carried away by sea currents on the beach behind Ashford Hospital in Condado, the police bureau said. The day before, Mushegian wrote on his Twitter page that he was being pursued by the US Central Intelligence Agency and the Israeli Secret Service, Mossad.

Details of the incident. Not much is known about the incident. Condado is considered a dangerous beach with strong underwater currents. The media has repeatedly reported the deaths, but rescue teams have not yet been dispatched to the area.

According to Mushegian’s latest posts, intelligence services and elites have organized a child trafficking network in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean islands. The programmer said that they were going to frame him with a laptop planted by an ex-girlfriend who was allegedly a spy. Mushegian was confident that the CIA and Mossad would “torture me to death.”

In June 2021, a well-known bitcoin holder, Mircea Popescu, died in Costa Rica. He also, like Mushegian, drowned.

What is known about MakerDAO? It is a protocol based on the Ethereum blockchain. The stablecoin DAI ranks 14th in the ranking of cryptocurrencies with a market capitalization of $6,1 billion. Maker, a decentralized trading platform, provides lending and borrowing services for cryptocurrencies. As of November 1, 07:50 UTC, the native token MKR is trading at $896,53, down by 1,54% in 24 hours, according to Binance.

In December 2021, supporters of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange founded a decentralized organization to facilitate his release from a British prison. By February 2022, AssangeDAO raised $45 million for his release. In July, Assange’s lawyers appealed the court’s decision to extradite him to the United States. There, he faces a life sentence for publishing classified documents, including about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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