South Korean authorities reportedly consider that Terra (LUNA) founder Do Kwon is attempting to evade world regulation enforcement by relocating to Serbia.
In keeping with a brand new BBC report, the Seoul Southern District Prosecutors’ Workplace plans to collaborate with Serbian authorities to detain Kwon, the controversial determine behind the $40 billion collapse of LUNA and its algorithmic stablecoin TerraUSD (UST).
Kwon faces fraud costs and violations of capital markets regulation.
In September, Interpol issued a pink discover for Kwon to have regulation enforcement worldwide find and arrest the embattled crypto entrepreneur, after South Korean authorities had put out an arrest warrant for the Terra founder.
Kwon has beforehand denied he was hiding from authorities, though he by no means disclosed his location. Kwon reportedly visited Singapore, the place his firm Terraform Labs was headquartered, in late April simply earlier than LUNA collapsed in Might, however was not thought to have been there as of October.
In an interview, Kwon blamed himself for the collapse of the Terra ecosystem.
“No matter points existed in Terra’s design, its weak point [in responding] to the cruelty of the markets, it’s my accountability and my accountability alone.”
Per the BBC report, South Korea and Serbia don’t have an official extradition treaty, however there may be priority for the 2 to honor requests underneath the European Conference on Extradition.
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