MakerDAO Co-Founder Dies Days After Tweets of Sex Trafficking by the CIA

Nicolai Arcadie, Michigan, co-founder of the popular decentralized finance (DeFi) stablecoin issuer MakerDAO, reportedly died last week in an undisclosed hospital in San Juan, Puerto Rico. 

MakerDao Co-founder Drowned at Condado Beach 

According to reports, the 29-year-old software developer drowned at Condado Beach, located in El Condado, San Juan, a few days after publishing a post on Twitter, suggesting there could be more to his death. 

Prior to his death on October 29, Michigan tweeted about sex trafficking involving the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the Central Institute for Intelligence and Special Operations, otherwise known as Mossad, and some groups of elites in the country. 

He further noted that these agencies were going to frame him with a laptop planted in his apartment by his girlfriend, who is a spy.

Nicolai Predicts His Death 

A few months ago, the MakerDAO co-founder predicted a possible cause that could take his life, noting that he could be suicided by the so-called CIA, killed through brain damage by the agency, or as a slave asset.

While his connections with the aforementioned law enforcement agencies and gangs are still largely unclear, Nicolai repeatedly tweeted about his life being in danger. 

Earlier in August, he mentioned that he was a threat to the central banking cartel, which is supposedly headed by the Rothschilds. 

He also said in the tweet that he thought it was the Illuminati CIA trying to set him up.

Nicolai’s Impact on Crypto 

While the MakerDAO co-founder is not popularly known among members of the crypto community, he has impacted the ecosystem’s growth. 

As one of the core developers of the DeFi platform, Nicolai contributed to shaping the company and transforming the firm into one of the most recognized platforms in the industry. 

In 2017, the software developer helped prevent an attack on the decentralized autonomous platform that could have negatively affected the project, with a possible effect leading to a hard fork of MakerDAO. 

He has also contributed to other blockchain projects like BitShares, a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) blockchain that connects users to decentralized exchanges to buy and sell cryptocurrencies. 

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