SEC Thailand complained to the police on the Bitcoin-Biru Zipmex

The Thailand Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) sent a complaint to the local cryptocurrency exchange ZipMex and its co -founder Akalarpa Yimvilai.

The regulator noted that the company is prescribed to provide business and operations, including information about the wallets used to store assets. However, the platform transmitted this information in incomplete.

“Such actions by Zipmex and Mr. Akalarp are regarded as non -fulfillment of the order of a competent official. This is an offense and entails a punishment in accordance with section 75 of the Law on Digital Assets, ”the report said.

According to SEC, violators face the year of prison and a fine of up to 100,000 Thai baht (about $ 2700). The complaint was sent to the Bureau for the Investigation of Cybercards Royal Police.

Zipmex specified that the process of collecting the necessary information continues.

“Any disclosure of zipmex pte. Ltd. should be carried out with maximum caution and attention to ensure complete compliance with the rules and standards such as data confidentiality, ”the company emphasized.

Recall, Zipmex was faced with a lack of liquidity after the problems of partners – Babel Finance and Celsius Network -. Their obligations are $ 5 million and $ 48 million, respectively.

On July 20, the company suspended the withdrawal of funds, citing “unstable market conditions and the financial difficulties of key business partners from this”.

A few days later, Zipmex partially resumed deposit and withdrawal of funds.

On August 15, the platform achieved the moratorium extension to protect against creditors until December 2. Later, the exchange sent the SEC and other Thailand regulators a request for discussion of the “Restoration Plan”.

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