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Do Kwon states he’s not on the run after being suspected of hiding in Singapore

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Following findings that South Korean officials had granted a warrant of arrest for Terra’s founder, he eventually made his statement, asserting he was collaborating with several global consumer advocates. In addition, Singaporean officers stated that Kwon does not reside in the town, despite previous reports of him being there.

Previously this week, it was noted that South Korean officials had placed a detention warrant for the shamed founder of the retired crypto corporation. Later, it was revealed that several investigators had asked that his passport be revoked.

Bloomberg reported an arrest warrant approved against Do Kwon and five others for violating financial market regulations, quoting a memo from a Seoul grand jury. According to a different local document, Interpol needs to intervene because Kwon is presently living in Singapore. Also, it mentioned specifically the remaining five Terra-related individual people, co-founder of TFL Nicholas Platias and worker Han Mo.

This new update emerged just one day after South Korean investigators opened a new investigation into Terraform Labs to ascertain if its native gems constituted securities. As previously reported, LUNA or UST once was among the top ten most valuable digital currencies in aspects of market capitalization. Not only did their downfall wipe out approximately $50-60 billion from their market capitalization, but it also brought down numerous companies, including Celsius, Voyager,3AC, and others.

Not in Singapore

The consensus in the virtual currency public has been that Kwon was somewhere in Singapore cowering. As per Reuters, the city’s police department disproved these speculations. They declared that Kwon does not reside in the metropolitan, but they promised to help their Korean coworkers find him. Kwon, who had been largely silent on social mainstream press following the Terra debacle, eventually spoke out late Saturday night.

Singapore law enforcement officers said in a late Saturday declaration that they would aid South Korean authorities per domestic laws and international commitments.

He claimed that only specific individuals are entitled to inquire about and learn about his whereabouts. Furthermore, he asserted that he wasn’t on the run or something similar, as some had assumed, and that both he and his group were in the procedure of defending themselves in various jurisdictions.


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