‘Kim Nam-guk Coin’ Wemade, dozens of times in the National Assembly… Suspicion of growing ‘legislative lobby’

It was found that WeMade, which issued Wemix Coin owned by Rep. Kim Nam-guk, visited the National Assembly at least 14 times over the past three years. This is only confirmed, so it is estimated that the actual number of visits to the National Assembly was higher안전놀이터. The question is, why did you come to the National Assembly? The game industry is raising suspicion that it was for the purpose of legislative lobbying.

Reporter Kim Ha-rim reports.

On the visit of the Power of the People Coingate investigation team, Wemade said that although the representative of Wemade had never personally visited the National Assembly, there must have been an employee visit.

Park Hyeong-soo / Member of the People’s Power (Yesterday)
” Have you ever met lawmakers for P2E legalization?”

Hyunguk Jang / CEO of WeMade (Yesterday)
“I’ve never met him in person”

Hyungsu Park / Member of People’s Power (Yesterday)
“At WeMade?”

Jang Hyun-guk / CEO of Wemade (Yesterday)
“I think we have met. We have never received an accurate report on who met whom.

” The number of repetitions is 14 in total.

I visited the National Assembly headquarters once and the other 13 times at the National Assembly building.

A member of the ruling party said, “Since we only checked the name of WeMade, the number of accesses could be tens to hundreds if we add accesses under personal names.”

The Game Society argued that it was a legislative lobby for the P2E legalization of Wemade, which was suffering from a deficit.

In fact, Congressman Kim Nam-guk has proposed a bill including the timing of holding Wemix and the tax deferment on virtual assets. Rep. Ha Tae-kyung also raised the possibility of legislative lobbying, saying that he had received many proposals for P2E

legalization during the presidential election and had blocked Wemade from participating in the debate. However, the National Assembly Secretariat refuses to provide a specific time and list. The reason, she said, is that “personal information collected at the time of entry is for security purposes” and that “there is a possibility of violating the Personal Information Act”. However, in 2020, the office provided access records for the 5 major groups, resulting in equity controversy. This is Kim Harim from TV Chosun.

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