Wilma Woo · January 31, 2018 · 6:30 am South Korea’s government has confirmed it has “no intention” of banning or “suppressing” cryptocurrency trading in fresh comments on the industry. ‘No Intention To Ban’ In comments Wednesday quoted by Reuters, finance minister Kim Dong-yeon, who
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.
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Bitcoin Interest, the latest spinoff of the first cryptocurrency Bitcoin, aims to lift the interest-bearing benefits of traditional banking and bring them into the cryptocurrency world. Starting with “Bitcoin Cash” last August, Bitcoin has seen around 19 hard forks so far and this year experts
Samuel Rae · January 30, 2018 · 6:00 pm 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