South Korea’s ruling party lawmaker Yun Chang-hyun said Terraform Labs founder Do Kwon should be called in for a parliamentary hearing on the collapse of the company’s stablecoin and cryptocurrency.
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- Yun at Tuesday’s National Assembly session said investors had been damaged by the debacle and urged other lawmakers to support calls for a hearing, according to local media reports.
- The right-wing lawmaker said the delisting of the UST stablecoin and LUNA crypto in domestic exchanges raised questions. The Coinone, Korbit, Gopax exchanges halted transactions on May 10; Bithumb on May 11; but Upbit waited until May 13.
- Investors are suffering losses while legislation for crypto investor protection is being delayed, Yun said.
- Koh Seung-beom, chairman of the Financial Services Commission (FSC) said at the session that it is difficult for regulatory bodies to conduct detailed examinations of the Terra-LUNA crash due to limited legislation.
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