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(Part 4) Crypto of Korea: Exchanges

The ‘F’ Word Nightclubs often utilize an interesting business model. Many of the nightclubs in South Korea, for example, rely on VIP table renters and...

(Part 3) Crypto of Korea: Exchanges

Not the kind of global coverage you want The BCH issue happened in late 2017 during the peak FOMO period for cryptocurrency trading in the...

(Part 2) Crypto of Korea: Exchanges

BCH In light of those high points, one of them stands out to Koreans perhaps more than the others. Although incredulous newcomers to the cryptocurrency...

(Part 1) Crypto of Korea: Exchanges

2018 started off with Bitcoin being just over a week removed from its highest price-point ($19.6k) and market cap ($335.5 billion) ever up until...

Korean investors are tired of crypto regulation

PayPal, the world's largest online payment company with about 350 million users, has come to support cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. Thanks to this news, the...

(Part 1) What if a CBDC was issued in Korea?

If the use of CBDC spreads, bank deposits are likely to decline. E-money payments are more convenient than cash, and in Korea, there is...

Stablecoins – What do they mean for cryptocurrency?

Stablecoins are one answer to the price instability of crypto-currencies. Whilst of course being much more than just this, stablecoins offer an on-boarding ramp...

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