South Korean police use cryptocurrency data to track members of House "N"

According to KBS WORLD Radio, South Korean police are using cryptocurrency data to track "House N" members. The Seoul National Police Agency's cybersecurity department said on Thursday that officials inspected three cryptocurrency exchanges on March 13: Bithumb, Upbit, and Coinone. Six days later, police conducted a search of Best Coin, an agency that buys and transfers cryptocurrencies.

According to Decenter yesterday, cryptocurrency trading platforms such as Bithumb and Huobi Korea have said they will assist South Korean police in investigating the case of "House N". Bithumb said it is holding the list and actively assisting. The membership fee charged by the suspect "Doctor" includes the cryptocurrency Monero (XMR), and most of the domestic XMR transaction volume is generated on Bithumb.