Sushiswap Creator Returns $14 Million After Community Cries Exit Scam

Sushiswap Creator Returns $14 Million After Community Cries Exit Scam


One week after the Sushiswap creator was accused of an exit scam, he has returned all of the coins he cashed out. The anonymous creator also apologizes to the community, including to Binance which came under fire for listing the sushi token.

Sushiswap Creator Says ‘Sorry’

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The creator of Sushiswap, the anonymous Chef Nomi, has returned $14 million worth of ETH to the project’s developer fund. Chef Nomi tweeted Friday:

I have returned all the $14M worth of ETH back to the treasury. And I will let the community decide how much I deserve as the original creator of Sushiswap. In any currency (ETH/SUSHI/etc). With any lockup schedule you wish.

“To everyone. I fucked up. And I am sorry,” Chef Nomi further wrote. “I would like to apologize to everyone who I have caused troubles to. I was emotional, I was greedy, I was afraid. I made bad controversial decisions

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