South Korean police have reportedly requested exchanges to ‘freeze’ the belongings of the Luna Basis Guard (LFG), the non-profit group set as much as assist the Terra (LUNA) cryptocurrency.
A information report revealed on Monday by Korean nationwide broadcaster KBS says that the cybercrime police unit of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Company had written to a number of exchanges highlighting the necessity to block withdrawals of company funds initiated by the LFG.
Per the report, investigators connected to the first Cybercrime Investigation Unit are satisfied embezzled funds associated to the LUNA collapse are being held in LFG accounts, thus the necessity for a freeze.
Exchanges not below obligation
However regardless of the Police’s request, the report states that exchanges are at the moment below no obligation to conform. As a result of there’s no authorized requirement to take action, exchanges are at liberty to take motion as deemed match, KBS famous.
LUNA and TerraUSD (UST) collapsed dramatically this month, with the worth of the stablecoin de-pegging from the greenback to zero. The LUNA coin additionally crashed 100%, setting in movement actions that embrace a lawsuit in opposition to Terraform Labs and doubtlessly harder sanctions from regulators, together with from South Korean lawmakers.
Amid all these are query marks on how LFG dealt with the reserves below its management, with the group saying it spend 80,000 BTC attempting to save lots of the UST peg.
An replace from the Basis on 16 Could confirmed that its reserves stability included 313 BTC, 39,914 BNB, and 1,973,554 AVAX in addition to 1.8 billion UST and over 222 million LUNA.
1/ As of Saturday, Could 7, 2022, the Luna Basis Guard held a reserve consisting of the next belongings:· 80,394 $BTC· 39,914 $BNB· 26,281,671 $USDT· 23,555,590 $USDC· 1,973,554 $AVAX· 697,344 $UST· 1,691,261 $LUNA
— LFG | Luna Basis Guard (@LFG_org) Could 16, 2022