On the 19th, the power of the people defined the controversy over possession of a large amount of cryptocurrency by Kim Nam-guk, an independent lawmaker who left the Democratic Party, as ‘Democratic Party Coin Gate’ and launched a wave offensive, saying, “Possibility of political funds or money laundering is raised.” Rep. Ha Tae-kyung of People’s Power specifically pointed out the situation in which Rep. Kim cashed 3 billion won in Wemix Coin worth 3.6 billion won, and urged the prosecution to investigate the suspicion of money laundering in the presidential election.
People’s Power Representative Yoon Jae-ok said at an in-hospital countermeasures meeting held at the National Assembly that day, “(Digital Asset Exchange) When Upbit requested an explanation of the source of funds, Rep. Kim replied that he had made a profit of 4 billion won, but the actual profit was only 1 billion won. It was reported to the Financial Intelligence Unit 카지노사이트( FIU ),” he pointed out. This is to add strength to the allegations of money laundering in the Democratic Party’s presidential election raised by some in the political world.
Rep. Ha went one step further and urged the prosecution to investigate immediately, saying, “(Rep. Kim’s) Clay Pay is for money laundering of 3.6 billion won.” Rep. Ha argued on his Facebook page, citing that Rep. Kim exchanged Wemix coins worth 3.6 billion won for KlayPay less than a month after its release, and that ClayPay currently has a residual value of 47 million won. Rep. Ha wrote, “It looks like a huge investment failure on the surface, but in reality, you have 3 billion won in cash that has been laundered.” He added, “According to the report, there are many stock manipulation forces specializing in money laundering in the coin board, and Klay Pay is one of them.” The purpose is to pay a 20% commission to the so-called operational forces and cash out 3 billion won.
The power of the people visited WeMade, the issuer of Wemix Coin, and embarked on their own investigation of the truth. Power of the People Park Hyung-soo, who visited Wemade’s headquarters in Pangyo, Gyeonggi Province as a member of the ‘Coin Gate Fact-Finding Team’ , questioned whether Wemade had conducted a ‘legislative lobby’ for the legalization of P2E ( Play to Earn ). The fact-finding team also questioned the suspicion that WeMade provided a large amount of Wemix to Congressman Kim through a ‘private sale’ (granting a chance to buy at a discounted price before listing coins) or airdrop (free payment). In response, WeMade CEO Jang Hyun-guk denied the allegations, saying, “I have never conducted a private sale to an individual,” and “It is impossible to deliver airdrops to someone on a large scale.”
The power of the people repeatedly pressed the Democratic Party to cooperate with the prompt disciplinary action against Rep. Kim, who was filed with the Special Committee on Ethics of the National Assembly. Policy Committee Chairman Park Dae-lil said, “(Rep. Kim) from the public’s point of view, the suspicion of the coin that has been revealed so far makes it feel like expelling” and criticized, “But the Democratic Party is only focusing on political offensives for watering down, so this is a red flag that makes people laugh.” Yang-soo Lee. Regarding the delay in negotiations between the ruling and opposition parties at the Special Committee on Ethics, Vice President Nae Nae said, “The Democratic Party is trying to take time by citing related provisions such as the National Assembly Act in a hurry to protect its family members who have defected under the guise.” There is no choice but to see that they are hoping for a formal disciplinary plan and passing time by wasting time.”