Do Kwon, who took his Twitter account to private a while ago and came to the point of ending his social media communication completely, broke his silence and gave an interview to the Wall Street Journal, one of the giants of the US mainstream financial media.
“We will come back stronger”
Stating that many developers continue to work to restart their projects in the new Terra system, Kwon said, “I trust the new chain. We will come back much stronger. I hope those who lost in this project did not harm themselves. I am also very sad and I lost a very serious amount of money too. “I was devastated after what happened,” he said.
“I am not a scammer”
Kwon, who did not talk about the lawsuits filed against him in South Korea, but denied the fraud allegations, as he has done since the beginning of the collapse, said:
“My commitments may not have been fulfilled, but what I say is 100% in line with what I do. There is a difference between failure and fraud. I truly believed in the durability and value of UST.”
As it will be remembered, a lawsuit was filed against Kwon and Terraform Labs in South Korea, and prosecutors started an investigation into fraud. Some Terraform Labs executives were even banned from going abroad. Kwon is known to live in Singapore.
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