Singapore launches inquiry into death of Bitcoin boss
Singapore's police are investigating the "unnatural death" of a young American woman who headed a company dealing in the Bitcoin virtual currency.
Autumn Radtke, chief executive of Singapore-based Bitcoin exchange company First Meta, was found dead in her apartment in the city-state last month.
A local technology website reported she had committed suicide but later updated its report to say it was "unclear" how she died.
Singapore police said they received a call on the morning of February 26 requesting assistance at a high-rise residential building.
"Upon police's arrival, a woman in her 20s was found lying motionless at the said location," a police statement said.
"She was pronounced dead at scene by paramedics. Police are investigating the unnatural death," the statement said.