The long-lost CEO of what was once one of the most hyped bitcoin startups has resurfaced online after a near two-year absence from the community.
Danny Brewster, the founder and CEO of Cyprus-based bitcoin banking startup Neo Bee, is now tweeting from his former Twitter handle @BtcDanny, with messages including promises that he intends to reimburse investors for losses incurred during what can be best described as a contentious period of company turmoil at the start of 2014.
During that time, an arrest warrant was issued for Brewster, who faced allegations from law enforcement in Cyprus that he had defrauded at least two customers who paid €35,000 for bitcoins never received.
The @BtcDanny account issued its first tweet in almost two years on 31st December, and in follow-up messages, Brewster has suggested investors may soon “get everything back”, phrasing that implies he intends to reimburse those who invested in the crowdfunded startup.
In a statement to CoinDesk, Brewster reiterated the claims, adding that more information on their validity will be available at a later date.
”I have every intention of getting things settled with the business and anything that is possible payed to investors