New Cryptocurrency Rules Just Came Into Effect in South Korea by Cheang Ming | @cheangming | cnbc.com – Rules in South Korea that tackle anonymity and money laundering in the cryptocurrency space take effect on Tuesday. The rules bring greater legitimacy to the cryptocurrency markets and are positive in the long term, market participants say. Plans to introduce regulations […]

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The Latest Bitcoin Crash Was Entirely About Regulation and Fraud Cryptocurrencies have experienced a stressful month. The Bitcoin value plummeted to only 50% of its 2017 ultimate, and other currencies like Ripple, Litecoin and Ethereum have gone through two-figure losses in contrast to their peaks from the previous year. Tuesday also saw the fall of […]

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Youbit Exchange Hack The 18 of December, South Korean cryptocurrency Youbit was hacked and a memo published on the home page of the web site of has confirmed that they are declaring bankrupt and this means that all users are no longer going to be able to make commercial use of their coins. This is […]

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Prices for Bitcoin have been adversely affected after South Korea began another onslaught on cryptocurrency trading. South Korea shall restrict cryptocurrency trading and implement steps to control speculation. To suppress cryptocurrency trading, South Korea is going to forbid the opening of unidentified cryptocurrency accounts, prevent banks from settling trades of bitcoin exchange between unrecognized parties […]

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[news.bitcoin.com] By Kevin Helms – July 13, 2017 A South Korean company listed on Kosdaq, the trading board of Korea Exchange, has announced the launch of its own bitcoin exchange and a plan to build a global network of cryptocurrency exchanges. Coinlink will be the country’s first bitcoin exchange run by a Kosdaq-listed company. Also read: Six […]

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