As you know, the crypto money market, which has been on the decline for a while, took an even greater blow with the Terra Luna collapse. It is estimated that the total loss approached $ 40 billion during this great collapse, which caused great losses to thousands of investors.
The Terra Luna collapse, which caused all this, brought with it a major investigation in South Korea.
The investigation in South Korea against Do Kwon, the creator of Terra and its associated Luna, was settled recently and an arrest warrant was issued for Do Kwon, the creator of Terra Luna cryptocurrencies.
An arrest warrant was issued for Do Kwon, but Kwon could not be arrested. Because the South Korean police could not locate Kwon despite their best efforts. Although Kwon later made a statement on Twitter saying that he did not run from the police, his actions said the opposite. Kwan, who was known to have been in Singapore for the last time, could not be located because he left here.
At this point, where the South Korean police were helpless, Interpol stepped in. Interpol, which stepped in to find Kwon, who is thought to have left South Korea, has issued a red notice about the creator of Terra Luna. Now, Kwon, who is wanted by Interpol with a red notice, is waiting for a much more difficult process from now on. We’ll have to wait and see if Kwon can be caught.