In South Korea, three crypto-bills are suspected of stealing customer money

South Korean prosecutors raided three exchangers on suspicion that employees stole funds from customers' accounts.

Coindesk reports that South Korean prosecutors visited three crypto-exchanges, whose employees, including executives, are suspected of stealing money from users' accounts for the purchase of crypto-currency on other crypto-exchanges.

The Office of the Public Prosecutor of the Southern District of Seoul confiscated hard drive disks, mobile phones and documents from the staff of exchangers in search of evidence.

According to one data, questionable money transfers to Bitcoin were discovered during the audit by the Korean Financial Intelligence. According to other sources, suspicious transactions were intercepted by the financial observer of the country, the Financial Services Commission (FSA).

Recall, in January, the rules of the crypto-exchange in South Korea were significantly tightened. In particular, a system for monitoring crypto-currency transactions across the country was introduced, age restrictions on trade were introduced, and anonymous accounts for users.

Author: Evgenij Novožilov, Analyst Freedman Club Crypto News

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