Death of 3 cryptocurrency tycoons raises suspicions of murder

posted on 11/30/2022 3:04 PM


(credit: Ozan Kose/AFP)

The death of Russian billionaire Vyacheslav Taran, on Friday (24/11), victim of a helicopter accident in Villefranche-sur-mer, a city located 17 km from Monaco, completed the balance of three tycoons in the cryptocurrency sector to have consecutive deaths, within a 30-day interval. Taran, who was 53 years old, owned Libertex, a company that operated in the cryptocurrency business and sponsors major football clubs, such as Bayern Munich and Tottenham. In addition to him, the pilot of the aerial vehicle died in the accident.

About what happened, attention was drawn to the fact that the Monacair helicopter had crashed in the French Alps, at 2 pm on Friday, when the weather in the area was good. He was flying from Lausanne, Switzerland, on his way to Monaco.

The death of Vyacheslav Taran occurred two days after the company of the Chinese Tiantian Kullander, 30 years old, communicated the report that he died in his sleep. In the document, the company says that the partner died “unexpectedly” in his sleep. No further details were provided. Tiantian Kullander was a co-founder of the Hong Kong-based digital asset company Amber Group.

Kullander’s company, Amber Group, was recently valued at $3 billion after securing a $200 million round of funding. Earlier this month, cryptocurrency outlets reported that the group was trying to raise another $100 million.

CIA, Mossad and Iranian Secret Service

The other businessman who mysteriously died was Russian Nikolai Mushegian. His body was found by a surfer in Ashford Beach, Puerto Rico, on Oct. 29. The Russian drowned after being dragged by sea currents, as published by the country’s press.

Nikolai Mushegian was a co-founder of cryptocurrency lending platform MakerDAO and stablecoin Dai. He lived in a $6 million vacation home in Puerto Rico. The beach where he was is considered one of the most dangerous places in the world for bathers.

Mushegian’s death came shortly after he posted on Twitter that he feared he would be killed by the CIA and the Mossad, the secret services of the United States and Israel, respectively. The case is investigated by local authorities, but the Russian’s family does not believe in crime. Mushegian was considered a “paranoid” and “troubled” genius.

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