After the suspension of deposits and withdrawals, Haru Make Investments, a digital asset management platform, purportedly announced the dissolution of the company. Despite continuing to operate as usual up until the day before today, the company was reportedly unexpectedly shut down in the morning.
Sanghyuk Park, a researcher, claimed that when he went to visit Haru Make Investments today, a cleaning staff member told him that the company officers had returned the corporate keys and “left in a hurry.” The cleaner continued by saying that up until last night, the business had been as usual.
The company announced through an official blog post that it had suspended operations that day in order to address a recent issue. Even if the specifics of the situation are unknown, the company assured that a swift resolution is possible.
Following that, Haru Make Investments also deactivated its social media profiles, including Medium, LinkedIn, and Instagram The company’s Twitter account is still active, though. The corporate has not provided any updates on the issue, despite the fact that the blog that was posted on the company website has not yet been removed.
Following the announcement of Haru Make Investments’ closure, the company’s co-founder, posting as jooddang.eth on Twitter, commented that the abrupt change would have resulted from some significant internal crises.
In related news, Korea has been actively participating in the creation of cryptocurrency regulations in an effort to secure its cryptocurrency business. The authority recently announced the launch of a digital foreign money monitoring system in an effort to “strengthen the monitoring of cash laundering and restoration of legal proceeds utilizing cryptocurrencies.”