South Korea Court Dismiss Arrest Warrant Against Terra General Head of Affairs, Yoo Mo

Yoo Mo, the head of general business operations of Terraform Labs, had an arrest warrant issued for him, but the Seoul Southern District Court judge in South Korea dropped it because it wasn’t necessary to keep him in custody.

Do Kwon the terra co founder who is wanted by the interpol and more than 194 nations for allegedly breaking South Korean capital markets regulations is reported missing.Yoo was a “essential aide” to Terra founder Do Kwon, according to local press reports.Yoo was also accused of breaking the nation’s Capital Markets Act.

The algorithmic stablecoin UST, which lost its peg to the dollar and caused the Terra ecosystem to collapse in May, had its price artificially boosted and deflated by Terra.

Yoo Mo set free

According to  SBS and Yonhap News, Yoo is no longer wanted for arrest despite all his allegation The arrest warrant was notable because it was the first arrest of its kind in the fallout of Terra’s collapse. Do Kwon himself still remains at large, though the infamous founder said last month that he is not “on the run.”

South Korean authorities have kept up their pressure on the founder of Terra and LUNA, declaring on Thursday that Kwon must hand up his passport to the cops. If Kwon declines, his passport will expire in two weeks.

On a tweet,Kwon, who has been largely quiet since Terra’s meltdown, came online to refute rumors that the 3,313 Bitcoin that South Korean prosecutors had frozen belonged to him.

‘I have no idea whose money has been frozen’, but Kwon wished them well and hoped they would put it to good use.

According to the time of writing  Terra is currently trading at $0.0002856. In the last 24 hours it has traded as low as $0.0002837 and as high as $0.0003046. The trading volume is $291,576,585 while the market capitalization is $1,969,113,668. 

Due to this news LUNC is set for higher prices but investors are advised to exercise caution since the  market may be volatile.

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