South Korea Softens Stance on Cryptocurrency Trading

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South Korea apparently wants to shut down cryptocurrency trading. Korea’s finance minister on Friday said that relevant officials need to hold more consultations over the justice ministry’s plan to ban cryptocurrency exchanges in the country.”All government ministries agree on the need for a government response to an overheating in cryptocurrency speculation and for a degree […]

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