• John Forsyth, co-founder of crypto project Onfo (ONFO), was recently found dead in northwest Arkansas.
• He was reported missing for over a week and the police said there are no signs of foul play.
• Forbes tagged John as a “Bitcoin millionaire” in 2020 shortly before the third Bitcoin halving event.
John Forsyth, Crypto Advocate and Co-Founder of ONFO Coin Found Dead
John Forsyth, a Missouri emergency room doctor, crypto advocate, and co-founder of crypto project Onfo (ONFO), was recently found dead in northwest Arkansas after being reported missing for over a week. The 49-year-old man was last heard from on May 21 through text messages with his fiancée.
Reports Unveil No Foul Play
Authorities told the deceased’s brother Richard Forsyth that John’s corpse was found on Tuesday. Although investigations into John’s mysterious death are still ongoing, the police said there are no signs of foul play so far.
John & Richard Forsyth’s Crypto Project ONFO
The Forsyth brothers created the ONFO coin in 2020, allowing users to earn tokens while referring others to the platform through a strategy called “network mining.”
Bitcoin Millionaire Tag
Forbes tagged John a “Bitcoin millionaire” in the same year, shortly before the third Bitcoin halving event, while he was a mathematics undergraduate.
Tribute by His Brother
According to a report from The Associated Press, Richard told the police that John was missing after he failed to show up for work on May 21 at the Mercy Hospital in Cassville, which was unlike him. The doctor had worked at hospital for about 15 years, and his brother described him as a doting father and family physician: „We had dinner Wednesday before he disappeared