Media: South Korea’s four major virtual currency exchanges will actively assist the police in investigating the “House N” incident

Sina Entertainment quoted reports from South Korean media that South Korea’s four major virtual currency exchanges (Upbit, Bithumb, Korbit, and Coinone) have stated recently that they will actively assist the police in investigating the “room N” incident. In addition, Korean media broke the news. Although the police have not confirmed it, according to the personal information left by the virtual currency exchange, among the 10,000 fee-paying members in room N, there are professors, popular artists, sports stars, and famous startup company CEOs. The main criminals of the “N Room” incident set up a chat group to distribute illegal videos and collect membership fees for profit. Only Zhao Zhuobin of “Doctor Room” has been confirmed to make more than 3.3 billion won (about 19 million yuan) through this method. The market value of virtual currency that has not been converted into cash has reached 3.2 billion won or more. The South Korean police have recently sent assistance notices to the four major virtual exchanges in South Korea to investigate members of the chat group in the “N-room” incident. These virtual currency exchanges have said they will actively assist the police in their investigation.