We Tracked The Savedroid Motherfucker And Need Your Help

Is it an exit scam? If so, we’ve got news for Yassin Hankir of Savedroid: we know that beach, and we know where you are.

Not down to the exact hotel (although if you ARE at the Movenpick in El Queseir, you’re under an assumed name) but an army of cryptocurrency friends will help us track you down, motherfucker.

In case you’re wondering what has pissed the normally-calm staff at Crypto Briefing off so badly, it’s what appears to be an exit scam perpetrated by the staff of Savedroid – and the arrogance of the project’s founder and CEO.

 

 

Savedroid was supposedly building out an AI app for crypto saving and investing, along with a credit card.

Here’s a photo of their offices – Theo Goodman of Hallo Frankfurt posted a number of these, and speculated that this is possibly a PR stunt (although to what end?)

 

 

Yassin Hankir also posted a farewell message to the people he scammed out of $50m showing him at an airport, and then toasting his newfound wealth with a beer at a beach.

 

 

Savedroid Arrogance Might Not Save Him

Dumb move, asshole. A combination of an Egyptian beer, a distinctive backdrop, and a bunch of time looking at resort photos, helped us eventually track down the location.

Coordinates: 26.155949, 34.244912

That’s the Movenpick Resort on the Red Sea in El Queseir.

Here’s a photo taken by a Google Maps user: it’s clearly the same location as the Twitter photo posted by Yassin Hankir.

 

 

And here’s the resort’s promo shot (looks nice, but then it should – if you have $50m of other people’s money).

 

 

We tried to track down the photos on the tweets that Hankir sent, but they did not appear to have been drawn from the Internet – leading us to infer that they are, in fact, real.

 

WHAT DO WE NEED, TO HELP FIND THIS FUCKER?

 

Our Telegram group is here. Let us know if you get anywhere, even if it’s a dead end so that others don’t have to work it.

What are the chances he’s really there? We don’t know. But at least we have something to work with, and we figure it’s worth a shot.

$50m is a lot of money. And another slap in the face for the crypto community that works hard to be real.

Fuck you, asshole. We’re setting the dogs of war on you.

Go gettim’, guys and gals.

 


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