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Contrary to multiple fearmongering reports by the mainstream media, South Korea will not close crypto exchanges.
Cryptocurrency exchange OKCoin is reportedly moving to launch in South Korea – possibly as soon as next month.
At a time when the cryptocurrency world is going through various attacks from governments all around the world, Japan is doing its possible best to support the continued existence of the crypto ecosystem.
Cryptocurrency exchanges have been overrun for months, as record demand has caused throttling or restriction of service altogether. With exchanges buckling under the strain, a number of platforms have been forced to temporarily shut their books.
There are competing crypto entrants arriving every day in the decentralized space and one of the best performing cryptocurrency’s last year was XRP. At the end of 2017, Ripple jumped and took over the second position in the cryptocurrency market for the first time.
Indians feel optimistic about the future of cryptocurrencies. 68% of them believe that most people will be using cryptos in the next decade.
Intercontinental Exchange announced today that it was partnering with Blockstream to launch a cryptocurrency price data feed.
The South Korean Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) does not have the authority to close cryptocurrency exchanges. «It is impossible in reality,» said the KFTC chairman. The agency is currently investigating 13 major exchanges operating in the country for alleged violations of the e-commerce law..
Decentralized exchange Radar Relay has partnered with Ledger to allow for hardware wallet-to-wallet direct transfers.