"The “unnatural” death of a Bitcoin exchange chief found dead in a Singapore apartment block is being investigated by police. In the latest scandal to surround the virtual currency, Singapore police said Autumn Radtke, the 28-year-old chief executive of First Meta, died on February 26 but that no foul play was suspected. Broadcaster Channel NewsAsia said on its website that Ms Radtke “was found dead at the bottom of an apartment block”. Ms Radtke started her career working with Richard Branson as a consultant for Virgin Charter at the age of 22. She has worked for a number of blue-chip companies, including T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, Clear Channel and Universal. She also spent a period as a freelance for Apple, providing cloud computing software to California institutions, and was a former director of business development at computer game software company Xfire, according to hollywoodlife.com. Her death comes at a make-or-break time for Bitcoin as it attempts to withstand the closure of Tokyo-based MtGox, one of the longest-established Bitcoin exchanges, due to a suspected theft worth an estimated half a billion dollars."
Seems virtual currency is not a good thing to be associated with just now! ;-(