Nikolai Mushegian Obituary, Death – A brilliant young cryptocurrency pioneer named Nikolai Mushegian tweeted on Oct. 28 that intelligence agencies were going to murder him — and was found dead on a Puerto Rico beach hours later. Mushegian, a developer of blockchain-based decentralized finance platforms whose goal was to end global banking corruption, tweeted at 4:57 a.m., “CIA and Mossad and pedo elite are running some kind of sex trafficking entrapment blackmail ring out of Puerto Rico and Caribbean islands.” Mushegian’s tweet referred to “some kind of sex trafficking entrapment blackmail ring.” They are going to use a laptop that was planted by my ex-girlfriend, who was a spy, as evidence to frame me. They are going to kill me by torturing me.
The young man, who was 29 at the time, got up from his six million dollar beach house in the posh Condado neighborhood of San Juan, Puerto Rico, and went for a walk. A surfer off Ashford Beach, an area that is regarded as having such a high risk of riptides that hotels in the area advise against going into the ocean, found Mushegian’s body floating in the water a little after 9 in the morning. According to sources who spoke to The Post, he was carrying his wallet and was dressed in the clothes he normally wears. The news of Mushegian’s passing, combined with his final tweet and other ominous posts about fighting “evil” people who were part of the “central banking cartel” — which he claimed used “debt and blackmail” as weapons — has fueled conspiracy theories both online and in the close-knit cryptocurrency community in Puerto Rico. According to the source, “Some of his paranoia was based on fact,” but not all of it. “He had a knack for finding things. He had some knowledge. The monotony of everyday life was a major source of boredom for Nikolai. He was always putting himself in awkward situations because of his relentless pursuit of things. It had nothing to do with the money. He was curious about the reasons why things were the way they were, as well as the corruption that was taking place.
After a nasty breakup with the girlfriend he referred to as a “spy” in his final tweet, the source described Mushegian as a loner who lived alone with his dog, Sunny. According to a second source, there is “absolutely no way” that the exe-girlfriend was a spy. The presumed ex’s current partner has been contacted by the Post to obtain comment. The troubled young millionaire had a history of dealing with mental health issues, and his family does not believe that there was any kind of foul play involved in his death. In a tweet sent out just hours before he passed away, he claimed that the CIA, Mossad, and pedo elite were operating some sort of sex trafficking entrapment and blackmail ring out of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean islands. They are going to use a laptop that was planted by my ex-girlfriend, who was a spy, as evidence to frame me. They are going to kill me by torturing me.
On the other hand, members of the cryptocurrency community in Puerto Rico are questioning the circumstances surrounding the timing of his passing. On October 29, a surfer at Ashford Beach came across him while he was swimming in the water. He was fully clothed and was carrying his wallet. Brock Pierce, an additional cryptocurrency entrepreneur who is well known in the community, stated in an interview with The New York Post that after speaking to Nikolai’s family in Florida, he was satisfied that the death of Nikolai was not the result of any suspicious circumstances. ‘His mother made it clear that his tweets about [conspiracy theories] had nothing to do with his passing,’ she said. “He was a handsome man, but at his core he remained a child.” He also had a remarkable capacity for foresight; I don’t use the word “brilliant” to describe people very often, but Nikolai truly was exceptional.
He continued by saying, “And brilliant people sometimes walk the edge of insanity.” [Citation needed] It had gotten to the point where Nikolai’s family was so worried about him that his father traveled all the way to Puerto Rico to be with him in Condado, where Nikolai was rumored to have lived in a mansion that cost $6 million. The passing of the young man comes at a time when the cryptocurrency industry is undergoing significant change. The cryptocurrency trading platform known as FTX is dangerously close to going under and is holding out hope that it will be saved. It was reported that Binance had offered to save the platform by providing a cash bailout; however, the company has since withdrawn their support for the proposal. The news of Nikolai’s passing devastated his many friends in the neighborhood.
“Yea so Nikolai is still F*****G DEAD my money is on him being murdered he was found drowned four hours after his riskiest tweet ever,” the message read. According to Ameen Soleimani, the CEO of Spankchain, “He had all year to drown randomly or be mugged, so it seems unlikely that his death was unrelated to his tweet.” This was said in reference to the deceased person’s tweet. One of Nikolai’s other friends shared with the Post their opinion that some of Nikolai’s paranoia was justified. It’s true that some of his paranoia was founded in reality. “He had a knack for finding things. He had some knowledge. The monotony of everyday life was a major source of boredom for Nikolai. He was always putting himself in awkward situations because of his relentless pursuit of things. It had nothing to do with the money. “He had an interest in both the reasons things were the way they were as well as the corruption that was involved.”