Terra founder Do Kwon maintains an active Twitter presence despite mounting legal issues, prompting FTX chief Sam Bankman-Fried, SBF, to describe Do Kwon’s online activity as “wild” in a tweet on Wednesday, as the Terra founder continues to maintain an online presence despite an Interpol red notice issued against him.
The Terra founder had reacted to a teasing tweet by famed crypto investor Eric Wall, who had asked whether Kwon wanted to “grab some food” while in Singapore. Notably, Kwon responded to Wall, “U buying? ”
Sam Bankman-Fried, reacting to Kwon’s comment, said that he was a bit lazy as if nothing happened.
It’s worth noting that Do Kwon was last seen in Singapore. His present whereabouts, however, remain unclear. After South Korean authorities filed an arrest order for Terra founder Do, Singapore police verified about two weeks ago that he was no longer in the country. Following Do’s disappearance, South Korean officials requested a red alert from Interpol.
Kwon currently faces fraud charges and breaching the Capital Markets Act, amongst others in South Korea. It comes after months of investigation into the Terra ecosystem collapse that wiped out investor funds totaling over $40 billion.
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