After the DeFi reports from the OECD and the Financial Stability Board earlier this year, there’s a new kid in town: IOSCO’s DeFi report. IOSCO
Crypto exchanges that don’t register by Sept. 24 face being shut down in South Korea. Crypto exchange Upbit was the first to register with South
The blockchain research arm of Upbit’s operator has launched its VerifyVASP in Singapore, a solution for combating crypto money laundering. The operator of South Korea’s
Upbit, Houbi and Coinbit are among the cryptocurrency exchanges outlined in the report that have halted trading on certain coins. Upon the shifting sands of
Stringent regulatory policies in South Korea could force many small- and medium-sized crypto exchanges out of the country. Read MoreCointelegraph.com News
After some confusion, South Korea’s government has laid out which state and regulatory bodies are charged with the oversight of various aspects of crypto-related activities.