- The crypto analyst took to Twitter to express his opinions about Su Zhu.
- FatMan titled the co-founder of 3AC a “failed trader” and “desperate scammer”.
- While Su Zhu remains active on Twitter, he does not respond to the court-assigned liquidator’s requests.
With many CEOs of fallen exchanges still at large, the crypto community has noticed activity from all of those so-called “bad actors.” A Twitter crypto analyst, who goes by the name of FatMan, took to Twitter to express his opinions about Su Zhu, the co-founder of Three Arrows Capital (3AC).
FatMan addressed the Twitter crypto community, “Those still following Su Zhu are the same people that will buy your coins at the top of the echo bubble.”
Moreover, the crypto analyst opined that Zhu rose through the ranks of wealth using borrowed money, liquidated the funds, and then scammed “a bunch of his own friends.” FatMan titled the co-founder of Three Arrows Capital a “failed trader” and “desperate scammer.”
Another Twitter user commented, pinpointing the fallen Terra, “If terra is a fraud, why is it still traded on the stock exchanges? If they are scammers, why do these exchanges still allow sales?” FatMan explained that Binance trades many scam coins, mentioning the largest crypto exchange will list anything that gets volume.
A report by Bloomberg has highlighted that co-founders of Three Arrows Capital, Su Zhu and Kyle Davies, have received formal demands for information regarding the crypto hedge funds on Twitter.
The court-assigned liquidators took an informal action because the advisers claimed it was difficult to contact the co-founders of 3AC.
Although Su Zhu has been actively criticizing the Digital Currency Group and the organization’s connection with the Bankrupt FTX exchange on Twitter, the co-founders did not cooperate with the 3AC’s liquidation process, and the location remains unknown.