Terra’s Do Kwon receives “non-threatening” anonymous video; Details

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The downfall of Terra sent shock waves across the globe. While some went under serious loss and yearned for justice, a few others sent out serious threats to the creators of the project. As South Korea extensively probes the dramatic decline of the crypto project, Kwon lives as a free man. He even went on to roll out another project. This irked an array of people including Anonymous, a hacktivist group.

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Taking things into their own hands, Anonymous rolled out a YouTube video. In this video, the hacktivist was seen affirming that Terra’s creator Do Kwon would be brought to justice. In addition to this, the group strongly believed that there were many more crimes that Kwon was involved in apart from the collapse of Terra.

Several things that Do Kwon stated in the past came back to bite him in the back. The Terra founder had previously stated it was entertaining to watch projects fail. It did not settle well with the community or Anonymous.

Furthermore, Anonymous decided to specifically target Kwon because of his “bad intentions” from the very beginning. The hacktivist noted how sometimes businesses or projects do fail. But Kwon did not entail any good intentions.

Anonymous further suggested that there was a trail of destruction that was yet to come to light. The hacktivist group added,

“Do Kwon, if you are listening, sadly, there is nothing that can be done to reverse the damage that you have done. At this point, the only thing that we can do is hold you accountable and make sure that you are brought to justice as soon as possible.”

Is this enough to scare Do Kwon?

The Terra video managed to garner a total of 17K views, at press time. With 287K subscribers on YouTube, Anonymous has posted a couple of videos. The most popular ones were Elon Musk and Vladimir Putin.

Circling back to Terra founder Kwon’s video, Anonymous garnered a lot of backlash for being “non-threatening.” One viewer commented,

“I miss anonymous. Is this not just like watching the news? It’s basically just saying they are investigating this. Well so are a lot of people. I’m pretty sure this guy owns a computer, laptop phone, or even a server. Can u not break the passwords of anything anymore? Where are the real anonymous players? R.I.P.”

A few others noted that the threat to Do Kwon was rather empty. Nevertheless, the hacktivist group has its own set of fans who lauded them for the video. Some even called Anonymous the “Robinhood of today.”

But the real question is, will this video have any impact on Do Kwon or Terra?