Petition begins to investigate the claim that President Moon Jae-In sent money to North Korea using bitcoin

Petition begins to investigate the claim that President Moon Jae-In sent money to North Korea using bitcoin

 

Moon Jae-In has been accused from the public of having sent money to North Korea via bitcoin since the end of 2017.
The petition page above on South Korea’s bluehouse website claims that Moon Jae-In is using bitcoin to finance North Korea.

On the first day of the National People’s Petition and proposal of Cheong Wa Dae’s homepage, a special petition came up. This petitioner wrote,  A claim has been made that”Moon Jae-in ‘s government sent money to North Korea with bitcoin”.

In his petition outline, he claims that “It is because of bitcoin that Moon Jae-in’s government attracts Chinese tourists. There is a professor named “Kim Jung-Min” who has been claiming for months that the Moon Jae-in government officials receive a high commission from selling dollars to dollar-strapped China and that the Moon Jae-in government is sending money to North Korea with bitcoin amid UN sactions”.

The petitioner then said, “Personally, I do not believe. There is no exact proof that it is true nor does logic makes sense. In stead, he claims that people who listen to Professor Kim Jung-Min’s video lectures are being used for political reasons and that there needs to be a responsive action on this case. At the end of the petition, he left a video source where Professor Kim Jung-Min explains how President Moon Jae-In is using bitcoin to finance North Korea behind UN sanctions. 

This video includes Professor Kim Jung-Min’s bitcoin – related lectures. According one of many lectures, bitcoin from China to South Korea is being exchanged by non-visa Chinese tourists in South Korea, and a large portion of this money has been remitted to North Korea.

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