Three Arrow’s Su Zhu reveals latest attempts at a comeback post-FTX


Three Arrows Capital co-founder Su Zhu seems like he could also be making an attempt a comeback amid the fallout over FTX and Sam Bankman-Fried — seen by some because the crypto trade’s latest supervillain.

After months of radio silence, Su Zhu remerged on Twitter on Nov. 9, the day after FTX revealed it was suffering from a “liquidity crunch.”

Because the FTX saga has unfolded, Zhu has continued to put up on Twitter, providing sage recommendation by means of poetic metaphors, whereas tweeting veiled criticism of Sam Bankman-Fried and his dealing with of FTX.

In his newest Nov. 27 Twitter thread Zhu revealed his subsequent steps — the launch of a “long-form video podcast sequence” that discusses “life, perception methods, and psychological well being” which might be launched with a collaborator and pal named “Cliff.”

Within the tweet, Zhu additionally makes reference to Allah, an indication some imagine means he had transformed to Islam.

Just lately, Zhu additionally hinted at creating a brand new buying and selling agency in a Nov. 22 interview with Bloomberg saying it might be an “all-weather fund” — made to carry out fairly by means of all market situations — that invests in conventional monetary belongings and crypto.

Zhu’s newest quasi-announcement has attracted extra criticism than help, nevertheless, with many drawing a distinction between his actions at 3AC with the ideologies introduced in Islam.

Blogger and nonfungible token (NFT) venture founder Foobar asked “what does Allah say about interest-bearing loans?”

One other person identified that curiosity is “haram”, or forbidden beneath Islamic legislation.

Over the previous couple of weeks, the neighborhood has observed a return of so-called “crypto villains” to Twitter following the collapse of FTX.

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One other Three Arrows Capital co-founder, Kyle Davies just lately reappeared on Twitter after months of radio silence, posting on Nov. 13 on Twitter that he’d spent the previous couple of months seemingly grass and portray.

He even appeared on CNBC’s Squawk Field program on Nov. 16 to allege Alameda “hunted” 3AC’s positions.

Alex Mashinsky, the founding father of the bankrupt lending platform Celsius Network has additionally made a reappearance after FTX’s downfall, showing in a sequence of Twitter Areas over the previous couple of weeks.

In a Twitter Area on Nov. 27 Mashinsky said he “loves the thought” of getting FTX to “pay for the outlet” and requested listeners to “make numerous noise” and persuade chapter attorneys for Celsius and its Committee of Unsecured Collectors to sue FTX to pay for Celsius’ money deficit.

It’s estimated that Mashinsky, Zhu, and Davies owe collectors round $6.3 billion.