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Local Authorities Summon Bithumb Chairman Of The Board Over Alleged Fraud
Bithumb’s situation worsens as South Korean authorities have reportedly summoned company Chairman Lee Junh-hoon for alleged fraud regarding the sale of BXA tokens. This comes days after local police raided the exchange for the third time in less than a month.
Three Police Raids For Bithumb In September
September turns out to be a rather unpleasant month for the popular South Korea-based cryptocurrency exchange. As CryptoPotato reported earlier this month, the Intelligent Crime Investigation Unit of the Seoul Police raided the company’s headquarters under allegations for fraud.
Authorities alleged that the exchange sold its native BXA tokens to investors for over $25 million. Bithumb planned to list the token on its platform but reportedly failed to, resulting in a massive loss for investors.
Just five days after the first raid, the police conducted another one on September 7th. A police official purportedly said that authorities aim to secure additional evidence related to already existing allegations against Bithumb Korea and Bithumb Holdings Chairman of the Board – Lee Jung-hoon.
The plot thickened earlier this week when the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency (SMPA) raided the exchange’s headquarters once again. This time, however, authorities took it a step further. They seized dozens of shares in Bithumb Holdings belonging to Bithumb Korea Director Kim Byung-Gun after receiving approval from the Seoul Central District Court.
Bithumb Chairman Summoned By Local Authorities
Earlier today, the state-run agency Yonhap reported that the SMPA had “summoned” Lee Junh-hoon. Apart from being the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Bithumb Holdings and Bithumb Korea, he is also the beneficial owner of Bithumb.
The report highlighted that BXA coin investors had sued both Lee Junh-hoon and Kim Byong-Gun for the financial losses suffered from the token sale. The authorities have also accused Junh-hoon of violating the Act on Aggravated Punishment for Specific Economic Crimes by fleeing South Korea.
Interestingly, while the investigation against Junh-hoon is ongoing, authorities haven’t conducted one against BK Group Chairman Kim Byung-Gun, despite both being accused of the alleged fraud.
Beware: Fake Uniswap (UNI) Token Giveaways Already Roaming the Internet
Cryptocurrency fake giveaway scams continue to emerge frequently, and the latest example involves the popular DEX protocol Uniswap. Just a day following the UNI token release, scammers began promoting fake UNI giveaways by impersonating Uniswap’s creator – Hayden Adams.
Fake UNI Giveaways On YouTube
As CryptoPotato reported yesterday, the popular decentralized token swap platform launched its long-anticipated native token called UNI. The announcement was accompanied by news that Uniswap will airdrop 15% of UNI’s total supply to users who had used it before September 1st. Naturally, this free token rush raised the community’s attention rather rapidly.
However, it appears that scammers were also keeping a close eye. It didn’t take long, and only a day after the UNI launch, unknown fraudsters initiated a fake UNI giveaway on the most widely-used video-sharing platform – YouTube.
In this case, the scammers created a fake Uniswap YouTube channel that supposedly has over 400,000 subscribers. They also launched a live video displaying 40,000 live viewers with the protocol’s creator – Hayden Adams.
Lastly, the classic scam is completed by offering to double all UNI tokens sent to a specific address. Meaning, that if users send 250 UNI to their address, the fraudsters promise to send back 500 UNI tokens.
Although it sounds like easy money, a more in-depth look reveals several issues and points out that it’s a classic scam. The YouTube channel has only two videos – both carrying the same fraudulent live stream, but the Google-owned platform has taken down the first one.
Additionally, the videos contain the same repeating old interview with Adams, where he says nothing about giving free UNI tokens. Last but not least, victims that fall for this scam and actually send coins to the provided addresses will not receive anything in return.
Growing Problem But Where’s The Solution?
Similar fake giveaways are a growing threat for the cryptocurrency field, its image, and, most importantly – users. Although they sound too good to be true, scammers continue doing them on several social media platforms, but mostly on YouTube.
This is where the main problem lies. The Google-owned platform has been previously criticized and even sued for not putting enough effort into fighting the scams. However, YouTube is frequently warning and banning legit cryptocurrency content creators as its logarithm fails to notice the differences.
Another social media giant Twitter also went through something similar recently. Attackers gained control over 130 accounts of famous individuals and companies and initiated a fake Bitcoin giveaway. Although Twitter stayed up front with the users and updated its security protocols, the platform was exploited once again a month later.
In any case, while social media platforms struggle to find the most appropriate solution, users need to be more cautious and vigilant. A general rule of thumb suggests that if something sounds too good to be true, it usually is. Also, there’s no such thing as free lunch.
This DeFi Group Wants to Bring Maturity to the Yield Farming Craze
The Chicago DeFi Alliance, launched in April, is poised to help members make a killing from the recent decentralized finance (DeFi) craze.
So many billions of dollars worth of assets are now cycling through various DeFi projects at such erratic rates that while you’re reading this the estimates are probably changing. Suffice it to say, the Chicago DeFi Alliance now has roughly 55 members, including new additions Binance.US and MakerDAO.
After graduating seven DeFi startups from its first accelerator program this summer, CDA partner Qiao Wang said the organization is now launching a Liquidity Launchpad program to get “informed and professional players in this space” committing their crypto to various protocols.
First, the program vets pre-seed DeFi startups (unlike the accelerator program for slightly more mature startups) with a standardized process that involves audits and traditional measures of professionalism, such as being a registered company. (Some of the food-themed DeFi projects garnering attention today are rough drafts without audits or formal teams.) Then, the CDA does matchmaking of experienced investors, market makers and DeFi builders. Teller Finance, the startup behind a credit and loan management protocol, is the first startup to kick off the launchpad program.
“The teams are validated and the smart contracts are audited. These are long-term, sustainable projects,” CDA and Volt Capital co-founder Imran Khan said during a Google Hangouts interview. “This allows institutional investors to provide liquidity for a fixed amount of time. … We hope to have market makers that are there for the long term, not just the short term.”
To that end, Teller Finance co-founder Ryan Berkun said the CDA launchpad provided his startup with $10 million worth of liquidity to kickstart Teller’s lending program. CDA’s backers and traders provide “liquidity,” continual market making, for a DeFi platform. This gives other users the ability to move money around without steep costs or hassle, letting them dabble in the yield farming of niche tokens that can be played for potential gain. In Teller’s case, providing a loan creates Teller reward tokens that can be used for voting.
“We’re starting with governance of your own money, on-chain variables that relate to how money moves and the data gets assessed,” Berkun said. “We’re rolling out progressive decentralization in ways that are similar to Uniswap.”
Users who aren’t financial experts or math students can delegate their voting tokens to an external expert, to vote on their behalf for favorable lending terms. Much like the DeFi protocol Compound, the Teller protocol offers a (mostly) noncustodial way to use assets like ether (ETH) as collateral for loans in stablecoins like DAI or USDC. But Teller is arguably taking a much more involved approach to risk management.
So far, Khan said, the retail-driven DeFi experiments have been unnecessarily risky and volatile.
The launchpad offers institutional investors and traders a way to capitalize on the liquidity mining craze, focusing on these vetted projects.
Teller is taking a more heavy-handed approach to credit risk by using the Visa-owned service provider Plaid to assess users’ banking records. Plus, Teller Finance already raised a $1 million venture round since its founding in early 2020, according to the team.
“We’re using the Visa system to securely transmute banking data to the protocol, that helps with making sure the data stays private,” said Teller Finance communications lead Ben Noble.
“If you want to get your credit assessment … you submit your information and the [Teller] nodes come back with an open-source credit assessment,” Berkun said, adding the startup plans to launch the network in October with a small group of permissioned nodes.
These loans can be undercollateralized or even uncollateralized, so the option of a real credit assessment helps manage or prevent undue risk. More diverse access to yield farming and different assets will be rolled out slowly, the Teller team said. There will be a token sale in the near future, they added, but they want to get “enough tokens in circulating supply before we pull the trigger on that,” Noble said.
That’s what the CDA provides, a regulation-centric roadmap toward healthy circulation.
While startups gain access and capital from the launchpad, they aren’t subject to the whims of investors the way they might be in a venture capital raise.
CDA backers are expecting to make their own profits using the system, rather than rely on equity for returns. At the same time, launchpad startups can choose to keep their experiments open to the public and only place lockup periods on institutional players. If the institutional backers believe the DeFi startup will be profitable and sustainable, they might accept biased trading terms and as a longer play. Institutional investors have an inherent advantage anyway, since arbitrage strategies benefit from scale.
“Sometimes, you have under-the-radar products that don’t know how to do marketing. They don’t know how to market to retail users or providers. Those retail users are very hype-driven,” Wang said, explaining why social media buzz might highlight the silly DeFi experiments rather than the promising fintech startups. He hopes this launchpad program will counteract that dynamic.
While it’s too soon to say what impact CDA will have on broader DeFi trends, the accelerator program just accepted a new batch of participants and alumni reportedly feel satisfied with the experience.
Ming Ng, adviser to the alumni startup Kyber Network, said the imminent Kyber Pro framework for professional market makers “would not be possible without the collaboration with CDA.”
“Imran and Qiao have also been super helpful in matching needs and expertise within the groups,” Ng added.
Perhaps a more mature form of yield farming will emerge from the combination of the launchpad and the second accelerator cohort. After reviewing more than 100 applications, Khan said, the CDA announced its fall cohort: Pods, ParaSwap, Saddle, Notional, Tokenlon, Vega, Derivadex, Perp, Loopring, Deversifi, Mcdex and Acala.
Teller’s Berkun said his startup will collaborate with numerous CDA accelerator participants, offering a vetted white list where users can deploy their new crypto loans.
“The white list provides guardrails as people learn and get used to the system,” added Noble.
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