Two Former Executives Jailed for Faking Cryptocurrency Transaction Volumes

South Korea Police Jail Komid

On January 17, 2019, two former executives from Komid, a South Korean cryptocurrency exchange, were jailed for three and two years respectively for using fake accounts to fraudulently inflate transactions on the exchange. The Sentencing In a historic move, the 13th Criminal Settlement Agreement of the South District Court in Seoul has dished out the first ever jail term for…Read More. The post by Tokoni Uti appeared first on BTCManager, Bitcoin, Blockchain & Cryptocurrency News

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