Upbit can operate as a virtual monopoly as it becomes the country’s first licensed business to handle cryptocurrencies.
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Upbit passes Korea crypto race post meanwhile P2P transactions surge in India
All but four platforms in South Korea obligated to announce the suspension of their services by today.
Most banks distance themselves from virtual asset platforms as the country’s central bank lobbies for a ban.
Under scrutiny around the world, the largest cryptocurrency exchange wants to do a better job engaging with regulators.
Financial authorities reveal an updated list of virtual asset platforms that have complied with new regulations.
Broctagon Fintech Group is launching what it hopes will become a new global standard for cryptocurrency exchanges to reduce price discrepancies. Will it work?
The platform reports more users than WazirX and CoinDCX, and aims to make crypto trading as easy as ordering food online.
At the risk of losing billions, crypto industry officials weigh options to oppose authorities.
Korea crypto damage assessed meanwhile Initium’s news based NFTs sell out
Smaller virtual asset exchanges ask for mercy as a deadline looms to commit to Korea’s new standards.
Only 21 out of 60 exchanges are expected to continue their services in Korea.
Korean exchanges offered lifeline while NFL bans crypto sponsorships
The American football league’s 32 teams cannot sell NFTs or accept backing from crypto trading firms — at least for now.
Deadline looms for Korean exchanges as Doge meme valuation explodes
Crypto trading platforms rush to meet a Sept. 24 deadline, hoping to comply with new rules designed to protect investors.
India crypto exchanges allow bank deposits while FTT token on a roll
Korea’s love for crypto continues while Crypto exchange Bilaxy hacked
Korea reveals crypto exchange ‘Death Note’: DeFi investment booms
Upbit submits compliance report: China’s e-CNY trials broaden
Crypto traders who suffered losses on Binance due to tech outages are turning to arbitration and crypto litigation finance.
Crypto exchanges, or VASPs, are coming under increasing regulation. Complying with the Financial Action Task Force’s travel rule will be one of them.
Unocoin offers bitcoin vouchers as Alonzo upgrade onboards users
Singapore and Hong Kong are at the forefront of regulations over crypto exchanges, writes Vince Turcotte of Eventus Systems. Here’s why trade surveillance and risk management will be critical.
Speaking to Parliament, India’s finance minister reveals that the government does not know how many crypto exchanges India has nor the number of crypto users.
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The fee-free trading platform’s initial public offering promises plenty of action for retail investors, but pitfalls may lie in wait amid trading volatility and wider adoption of business model.
Closure of blockchain business may be related to regulatory concerns, but unlikely to hit crypto industry hard, observers say.
Closure of center comes despite — or perhaps because of — professional pedigree of crypto exchange founder board members.
Facing an onslaught of regulatory scrutiny, Binance CEO calls crypto regulations ‘positive sign’ of a maturing industry and announces new hires in compliance.
FCA says Binance is not permitted to offer regulated activities in the UK, but users of the world’s largest crypto exchange remain unaffected — for now.
Payment for listings raises questions over integrity of cryptocurrencies’ credit scores as compliance deadline nears.
Singapore-based decentralized exchange SynFutures has closed a $14 million series A round to bring crypto derivatives to new users around the world.