I was surprised to watch an article of financial times entitled "Singapore police probe death of virtual currency exchange chief" just now.
Ms. Autumn Radtke was an 28 years old woman. She was an American CEO of a currency exchange. Her body was found at an apartment block in Singapore in late Feb, according to the police. The FT described that her death was "unnatural," whereas some other media strongly suspect that she committed suicide. The cause of her death has been yet under investigation. Slate.com warns not to label the case as a suicide related to Bitcoin easily.
Mail Online: American Bitcoin exchange CEO found dead in her Singapore home after suspected suicide at age 28
News.com.au: Bitcoin exchange boss, Autumn Radtke, found dead of suspected suicide in Singapore
Slate.com: Did the “Bitcoin CEO” Just Commit Suicide? Not So Fast.
Ms. Autumn seems to have been a very active woman. The other day, she had offered softwares to Apple. She had also belonged to Xfire, a leading gaming company. She had lived in Singapore since 2008. In 2012, she was recruited to First Meta, a virtual currency exchange, as a CEO.
Hollywood Life: Bitcoin CEO’s Suicide — 5 Things To Know About Autumn Radtke
What happened to her is still unclear. But anyway, the death of a young woman is a tragedy. I pray for her.