SushiSwap Executive: Unfounded Accusations Are Hurtful and Misguided

The executive of SushiSwap said that "unfounded accusations are hurtful and misguided."

It's only been a week since Jared Grey was elected as the new "head chef" of SushiSwap, and already he's in hot water for a host of crypto frauds.

It is truly shocking the range of accusations that have been leveled against the individual in this paragraph. From scamming people out of money to sexually assaulting a horse, there seems to be no end to the list of potential crimes.

  • I maintain that the accusations against me are untrue. I have responded via a thread and will continue to do so in order to clear my name. I am confident that the truth will eventually come out and I will be vindicated.
“I have always operated with integrity in this space; you can reach out to anyone I’ve worked with directly over the years. I’ve had business failures, which CT likes to scrutinize, and I’m OK with that because it comes with the territory.”
  • In 2019, Grey was accused of stealing funds from the crypto community after introducing the wallet called Liberio that was used to siphon off 70% of the total supply of the token from a project called ALQO. As a result of this theft, the crypto community has been left reeling, with many people losing faith in the security of their investments. Grey has since disappeared, and it is unclear what has happened to the stolen funds.
  • It is believed that the rebranding of ALQO to EONS and the move from its own blockchain to an Ethereum-based one was done in order to cover tracks. This is a suspicious move that has many people concerned.
  • It is said that he was also working on an exchange called Bitfineon that charged listing fees, but the platform itself was never launched.
  • I believe that Grey is ultimately responsible for the stolen funds, as he was the one in charge of raising the money for the exchange. However, I do believe that his business partner played a role in the theft and should be held accountable as well.
  • I am pleased to see that the Sushi CEO has taken decisive action to protect his business and his customers. I hope that this will set a precedent for other businesses to follow suit and take similar action to protect themselves and their customers.
  • I am glad that the real scammer was finally caught and that the affected users were compensated. This entire fiasco could have been avoided if people had been more careful in the first place. I hope that people learn from this and are more cautious in the future.
  • There is no evidence to support the claim that Grey had sexually abused a horse, but social media is flooded with memes about the accusations. This is a troubling trend, as it shows how easily people are willing to believe false information without any proof. If Grey is innocent, then he deserves to have his reputation cleared.

The new SushiSwap "head chef" has dismissed all accusations against him and insists that he is innocent. He claims that he was only trying to help the community by providing them with a better platform to trade on.