South Korea: North Korea Stole Millions From Crypto Exchanges Last Year
A lot of things are happening in South Korea as of right now. The government is doing everything they can to crack down on illegal activity. Especially activity related to cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. That is a lot easier said than done, for obvious reasons. A recent report shows how close to $600m worth of… View Article
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After much “will they or won’t they”, the South Korean government has finally implemented cryptocurrency trading regulations. What will that mean for the crypto market? Let’s find out. The big news in the cryptocurrency space today is that the long-awaited South Korean regulations have come into effect. This is a topic that made headlines earlier this month when rumors that the South Korean government would implement an outright ban on cryptocurrency hit the press. These
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Six Korean banks will begin allowing the simultaneous opening of accounts, deposits and withdrawals, as well as transfers of funds between these accounts and exchanges, beginning on January 30, 2018, but with some new restrictions.South Koreas government continues its efforts to rein in the trading of virtual currencies such as ether and bitcoin with a new announcement from South Koreas Financial Services Commission. Investors will now be required to convert their virtual bank accounts to rea
Any South Korean news can cause quivers across crypto markets. The recent indecision and constant threat of exchange closures has created a few dips in the prices. Western media outlets do not help by publishing FUD and fake news on closures that have not happened. South Korean news agency Yonhap reported this week that the… View Article