Banker Found Dead After Satanic Suicide Leaves Disturbing Warning About Bitcoin
Deutsche Bank executive kills self in murder-suicide ritual in Greece
A top executive with Germany's Deutsche Bank has been found dead in Greece following a Satanic suicide ritual.
The banker and his girlfriend's bodies were discovered in a guesthouse on New Year’s Eve and appear to have died by suicide during a satanic ceremony, according to local authorities.
The gruesome discovery was made by the owner of the property who said they had checked into the rented home on Boxing Day.
Among the couple's possessions was a note, written in the man's handwriting, that including a disturbing warning that read:
"Our unsuccessful mission has ended.
"Bitcoin is now the future.
"I return to my lord Satan, whom I have failed."
Alongside the body of the German banker, whose name has been withheld by authorities, a 23-year-old Bulgarian woman, Lilia Botuseva, was also found dead.
Botuseva was reported missing by her family last June but was discovered in the rented room in the village of Vlachata on the island of Kefalonia, have also taken part in the Satanic ritual, according to local news outlet Neos Kosmos.
The bodies were found by the property's owner on New Year’s Eve after the couple had failed to check out, where they had reportedly been staying since December 26.
A Satanic pentagram surrounded by knives and candles was found at the scene, which coupled with the eerie suicide note, confirmed to investigators that the couple had taken part in a Satanic ritual, according to police reports.
Coroner Angeliki Tsiola said in her report that the man stabbed himself in the heart while in the bath.
The woman died first by cutting herself with a blade.
Botuseva was reported missing by her family in June but the search was called off when she contacted authorities to inform them she was in Erfurt, Germany, reported Bulgarian news site Blitz.
The couple traveled to Greece in a car with fake plates which had rented in Germany.
Since the boom in cryptocurrencies towards the end of 2017, banks have started to panic as citizens everywhere begin to drop the regular fiat in for digital money.
Unlike regular currencies, Bitcoin, and similar cryptocurrencies like Lite Coin, Ripple or Ethereum, is a decentralized currency meaning it works without a central bank or single administrator.
Transactions for Bitcoin take place from user to user so payments go directly through the use of cryptography, without an intermediary, making the need for banks obsolete.
Up until the last couple of months, banks assumed that crypto posed little threat to their financial stronghold over the world, but with Bitcoin exploding over recent months, cryptocurrency has truly begun to go mainstream.
The value of Bitcoin has more than doubled in the last month alone, and those who are now investing in digital currencies are cashing in as values continue to break records as prices soar.
In the last year, the value has increased from around $1000 for 1 Bitcoin to almost $20,000.