A week later when the Sushiswap maker was accused of an exit scam, he returned all the coins he had cashed. The anonymous creator also apologizes to the community, including Binance who came under fire for listing the sushi token.
Sushiswap producer "Chef Nomi" has returned all $ 14 million in Ether (ETH) that it had redeemed from the automated market maker last week, apologizing to the community for abruptly destroying its SUSHI holdings.
The pseudonymous person transferred 38,000 ETH to the original developer fund wallet shortly before 16:00 UTC, according to Etherscan.
Nomi announced the decision in a tweet saying that whatever reward is needed to build the project will be decided by the community:
The SushiWap creator sold the token last weekend, causing a 73% crash in the price of sushi tokens, leading to a massive scandal from supporters of the project and an exit scandal.
This eventually led to Nomi transferring ownership of the project to FTX CEO Sam Banker-Fried.
According to an interview with CoinDeskChina, SushiSwap co-founder 0xMaki said he was disappointed in the liquidation.
SEPTEMBER 11, 2020
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