Anonymous, a hacktivist collective, has vowed to “make sure” Terra co-founder Do Kwon is “brought to justice as quickly as possible” for his role in the May 2016 collapse of Terra (LUNA) and TerraUSD (UST).
Do Kwon was implicated in the collapse of the stable coin Basis Cash in late 2020 under the pseudonym “Rick Sanchez” in a video released by the Anonymous hacker group on Sunday? The video purportedly rehashed a laundry list of Kwon’s alleged wrongdoings, including his alleged withdrawal of $80 million per month from LUNA and UST before its collapse.
Unfortunately, there is nothing that can be done to undo the harm that you have already done, Do Kwon, if you are reading this. Only by holding you responsible and ensuring that you are brought to justice as quickly as possible can we move forward.”
Since Do Kwon joined the crypto sphere, the hacking organization has promised to investigate his activities to reveal his alleged misdeeds.
Do Kwon’s “whole history since he joined the crypto realm to see what we can learn and put to flight,” Anonymous claimed.
They also took issue with Kwon’s arrogant methods of mocking his competition and critics and behaving as if he would never fail.
Decentralized multinational activist group Anonymous (Anonymous) was founded in 2003 on 4chan and is renowned for conducting cyberattacks against government institutions and private enterprises.
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla Motors, was accused in June of 2021 by the same YouTube channel of killing lives by manipulating cryptocurrency markets with his power and influence on Twitter. 3.4 million people had seen the video as of Monday morning.
Notably, there are a number of YouTube channels claiming to be connected to the hacking collective Anonymous. However, because of the group’s decentralized and anonymous structure, most people agree that there isn’t an official YouTube channel for it.