Bitcoin millionaire and ONFO coin founder found dead

The missing of 49-year-old bitcoin (BTC) millionaire and medical expert Dr. John Forsyth comes to a fateful end. After being missing for more than a week, the American was found dead.

Forsyth was the co-founder of ONFO coin. A crypto project intended to make the adoption of digital currencies accessible to everyone. Forsyth also worked as an emergency room physician at a hospital in Missouri. He was reported missing on May 21 when he failed to show up for work. This was very unusual for the doctor and his absence immediately caused concern.

Authorities found the doctor’s car on May 28. The car was only 2 kilometers from the hospital where he worked. Remarkably, Forsyth’s personal belongings, including his wallet, passport, laptop and cell phones, were found intact in his car. On May 30, John was found dead of a suspected gunshot wound. The local police see no reason to speculate about malicious intent.

Forsyth was involved in bitcoin (BTC) and blockchain technology early on. He made a lot of money doing this and was named by Forbes labeled like a bitcoin millionaire. With his wealth, John and his brother founded the ONFO project. The underlying system of network mining allows users to earn coins by connecting other people (referrals) to the platform.

Other crypto millionaires who passed away

Sadly, Forsyth is not the only crypto millionaire to have passed away under mysterious circumstances. Bob Leethe chief technology officer of the Cash App, died a month ago after a stabbing in San Francisco. The suspect Nima Momeni was arrested a few weeks later on suspicion of murder. Another well-known crypto fanatic and founder of the security software company McAfee, John McAfee, committed suicide in his cell in 2021. However, there are conspiracy theories about McAfee that claim the opposite.

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