Terra co -founder to Kwon said that he was “not making any effort to hide” after notifying Interpol ## to Kwon told his more than a million subscribers on Twitter that he did not see his name in the list of red notifications of Interpol, but not all the names become public public. ##K to Kwon told his more than a million subscribers on Twitter that he did not see his name on the list of red notifications of Interpol, but not all names are becoming public.

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The co -founder of Terra to Kwon, looking for the authorities of South Korea, whose whereabouts is currently unknown, said that he was not going to change his lifestyle in connection with possible judicial persecution. On Monday, Kwon said that Crypto Twitter, probably saw him on the street or in shopping centers - without mentioning a city or country - in the "last couple of weeks", despite the fact that Interpol reporteds, released a red notice For the co -founder Terra. In a response letter, Kvon told his more than a million subscribers that he did not see his name on the list of persons whom Interpol "searches and temporarily arrests [...] in anticipation of extradition, transmission or similar legal actions," but not all names will be issued. “I am writing a code in my living room,” Kwon said. "I do not make any efforts to hide."

Source: Twitter Active in social networks and under threat of possible arrest and judicial persecution in South Korea, Kvon, at the time of publication on Twitter, indicated his whereabouts as Singapore, but Reuters from September 17 say that he may not be in the country. Terra co -founder is a citizen of South Korea. Double citizenship in South Korea is usually not allowed with some exceptions, but it is unclear whether the Kvon has a passport of more than one country. Kwon became a noticeable figure in the crypto industry due to its participation in Terraforms Labs, and also became interesting to the authorities of South Korea, when the algorithmic stabelcoin Terrausd Classic (USTC) - originally Terrausd (UST) - got rid of the US dollar and fell almost to zero for a few weeks. The price of Terra (Luna) - now Terra Classic (LUNC) - also collapsed against the background of liquidity problems reported on many platforms, including Celsius. Kwon, Terra and some employees of the company became the object of investigation of the South Korean financial authorities, who in July conducted searches in the offices of the crypto -streaks of Gopax, Coinone, Upbit, Bithumb and Korbit. Later, the South Korean court issued the order of Kwon and five people related to Terra for the alleged violation of the laws on capital markets. Kwon wrote on September 17 that he was not “on the run” or in something like “after the Singapore police said that Kwon is not in the city-state. South Korea does not have an agreement on extradition with Singapore, And the “red notification” of Interpol can only demand from local law enforcement agencies to detain Kwon if it is discovered.

Source: Twitter Similar: Binance will burn all LUNC trading commissions after community reviews Against the backdrop of disputes about the whereabouts and possible arrest of Kwon, the financial authorities of Indonesia are reported to change the existing policy to prevent such situations among the leadership of the country's cryptocurrency companies. Cointelegraph reported on September 21 that the acting head of the agency for the regulation of commodity futures diddid Noordiathmoko said that the proposed changes aimed at ensuring that two -thirds of the directors and members of the crypto commissions are citizens of Indonesia will help the leadership “not to escape from the country if it arises. -Libo problem. "