A South Korean petitioner demands an investigation into President Moon’s bitcoin account used for North Korea

A South Korean petitioner demands an investigation into President Moon’s bitcoin account used for North Korea

Since November 2017, President Moon Jae-In’s controversial financing of North Korea using bitcoin has been stirring up rumors in South Korean public. The claim about Moon’s bitcoin payments to the north was first started by Professor Kim Jung Min. According to Professor Kim Jung Min, South Korean president Moon has been aiding the North via bitcoin since the tougher UN sanctions have kicked in since 2017. He also claims that Moon’s right-hand man Im Jong-Seok is also very likely involved with financing North Korea via bitcoin given his communist past records.

Screen shot of petition concerning Moon’s bitcoin payments to North Korea

On January 31st 2018, a petition was made to investigate to check accounts’ balance in South Korea and London. In the details section, the petitioner writes:

-Bitcoin (Payment to North Korean regime, China’s one belt one road project and etc)

-South Korean banks’ accounts in London

-Accounts belonging to National Pension Service of South Korea

At the end of the details section, he sited news articles that relate to South Korea’s concurrency investigation led by US.

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Despite the claims regarding President Moon’s bitcoin payment to North Korea by USA and South Korean conservatives, his regime has not yet made any comment.

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