Do Kwon Unlikely to Face Criminal Charges in US, Say Legal Experts

Do Kwon Unlikely to Face Criminal Charges in US, Say Legal Experts

Terraform Labs CEO Do Kwon is unlikely to face criminal charges in the U.S. over the collapse of cryptocurrency terra (LUNA) and stablecoin terrausd (UST), according to legal experts. They explained that civil charges are more likely, including lawsuits by cryptocurrency investors. Do Kwon Unlikely to Face Criminal Charges The recent collapse of cryptocurrency terra (LUNA) and algorithmic stablecoin terrausd (UST) has raised questions about whether their creator, Do Kwon, can be held accountable. Randall Eliason, a professorial lecturer in law at the George....


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