After a week-long search, the body of Dr. John Forsyth has been discovered, but according to reports, authorities believe there was no sign of foul play.
Dr. John Forsyth, the co-founder of ONFO currency, was discovered dead with what appears to be a gunshot wound one week after being reported missing. The authorities do not now believe that his death was the result of foul play, notwithstanding the circumstances.
Dr. Forsyth, an emergency department physician and supporter of cryptocurrency, was reported missing on May 21st when he failed to show up for his shift at Mercy Hospital in Cassville, Missouri. His family started a social media search for him since they were worried about his welfare.
The unfortunate passing of Dr. Forsyth has saddened the cryptocurrency community, where he was well-known for his work on the referral-based cryptocurrency project ONFO coin. Authorities found Forsyth’s sedan parked less than a mile away from the hospital on May 28th.
The police are still investigating the man’s death. They are asking anyone with information about the case to come forward.
Here are some additional details about the man and his death:
- The man was in his early 40s.
- He was married and had two young children.
- He was a graduate of Stanford University.
- He was a successful entrepreneur.
- He was a passionate advocate for cryptocurrency.
- He was a generous philanthropist.
Bob Lee, the architect of the Cash App and the previous executive in charge of technology at Square, was stabbed to death in April. On April 13, authorities made an arrest, although they made no comments on the reason behind the assault.