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Do Kwon Makes “Zero Effort to Hide” But Tried Cashing Out 3,313 BTC After Arrest Warrant

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The Do Kwon drama continues as South Korean prosecutors make a move to freeze 3,313 BTC tied to the LUNA founder.

Prosecutors from Seoul Southern District Prosecutors’ Office allege that Do Kwon tried cashing out over 3,313 BTC through KuCoin and OKX shortly after the warrant for his arrest was released.

Worth around US$67 million at today’s prices, the assets supposedly came from a wallet linked to Luna Foundation Guard.

Earlier this month, a court in Seoul issued the warrant for Do Kwon and five others.

Read more: Internet Rejoices as South Korea Issues Arrest Warrant for Do Kwon

Meanwhile on Twitter, Do Kwon has been brazenly claiming he is “making zero effort to hide.”

“Yeah as i said im making zero effort to hide I go on walks and malls, no way none of CT hasnt run into me the past couple weeks,” he tweeted.”

The 31-year-old had remained at large until he resurfaced in a brief video interview last month, which Blockhead regarded as a shameless PR publicitiy stunt.

Read more: “Terra Was My Life”: Do Kwon’s New Interview is a Shameless PR Stunt

South Korea is currently working with Interpol to locate Do Kwon as the Singapore government confirmed earlier this month that he is no longer in the Little Red Dot.