Seemingly not. Sunny Lu, CEO of VeChain puts to rest a
WaZaPepe, infamous in the VeChain community for riddle solving, dot connecting and finding news from obscure sources again hit the treasure trove today, with a link to the Swiss Chamber of Commerce registry that showed
Across the day both VeChain and
No known VeChain staffers had taken on share holdings which may have been expected should VeChain had taken ownership or otherwise invested, and the history of changes to the business name suggested this may have been coming for some time.
Ambrosus sparked more interest with a cryptic tweet, referencing the number 1804 as a social metric required for them to release an update. 1804 was speculated to refer to the upcoming VeChain Summit in San Franciso… on 18th April.
This came amid question marks around unexplained token transfers seemingly originating from the
CEO Sunny Lu Ultimately shot down the rumours in a series of tweets
Speculation continues as to what motive there was behind this all.
There has been no comment from Ambrosus CEO Angel Versetti, so the story continues to develop.
Update: Angel Versetti responds on Reddit in a post entitled ‘Keep Calm and Carry On!’ here.
Questions still remain as to:
a) Angel no longer being a shareholder of the entity at the same time as the name being changed, would he not have had to sign off on this to be removed?
b) Whilst Angel is adamant that it’s perfectly legal, why would anyone in their right mind wish to rename themselves to that of their competitor
c) The relevance of 18/04 – do Ambrosus really not have awareness of the VeChain summit, and to state they do not follow VeChain all that much, whilst renaming one of their entities after VeChain does not really stack up.
d) The ‘Dev Pool’ on Binance – would they be willing to share audited trading logs to prove no foul play?
e) Being fully aware of the ongoing concern within the community, and the lack of statement to provide assurance, whilst also releasing a tweet in a bid to gain likes/retweets that led to a secondary surge in price action