South Korean presidential hopefuls lean towards delaying crypto tax to impress younger voters.
Singers and musicians are embracing non-fungible tokens, but will their non-crypto active fans buy it?
Coinswitch Kuber becomes unicorn meanwhile Australians reminded over crypto tax
Kazakhstan blames its newly settled crypto miners for power shortages as South Korea’s largest exchange is accused of listing faulty tokens for profits.
A lawmaker claims Upbit earned hundreds of millions by listing sketchy cryptocurrencies, while the exchange rebuts that it follows fair and strict standards.
Crypto investors say virtual asset gains will be taxed on uneven grounds compared to stock capital gains.
The country sees a rise in the amount of illegal currency transactions across the border while the use of virtual assets makes it almost impossible to track down.
Mobile game company Gamevil buys a large share of crypto platform Coinone, planning to develop blockchain-based gaming.
NH Nonghyup is the third bank in South Korea to invest in a virtual asset custody service while they are prohibited from running their own.
China fallout hits mining meanwhile Korea digital custody competition heats up
South Korea’s virtual asset industry is expected to withstand major regulatory reconstruction
Around 35 virtual asset exchanges will vanish as of midnight Friday, as the country imposes new rules designed to protect consumers.
The country’s crypto industry has been turned upside down with stricter operating rules that take effect tomorrow.
Upbit can operate as a virtual monopoly as it becomes the country’s first licensed business to handle cryptocurrencies.
Upbit passes Korea crypto race post meanwhile P2P transactions surge in India
Black Friday for Korean exchanges while E-CNY launch in final stretch
All but four platforms in South Korea obligated to announce the suspension of their services by today.
Canaan reports record revenues meanwhile Korea says no to crypto tax delay
FTX hit by hack rumor meanwhile Korea updates crypto death note
Financial authorities reveal an updated list of virtual asset platforms that have complied with new regulations.
The Sandbox, Animoca Brand’s subsidiary for decentralized virtual gaming, announces partnership with animation studio in Korea.
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
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.
China’s BSN to launch in South Korea portal as Chinese Canaan secures huge mining rig orders
The multiplayer online role-playing game is widely popular elsewhere, while Korea bans play-to-earn crypto and NFT trading.
As its first international expansion, China’s Blockchain-based Service Network is launching a portal in Korea. Who are the key players, and where else in the world will BSN emerge this year?
Korea’s love for crypto continues while Crypto exchange Bilaxy hacked
New data shows increasing deposits made by teens in virtual currency despite new rules that may close down many platforms in less than a month.
Korea’s new FSC chair speaks meanwhile Axie Infinity to work with governments
Korea reveals crypto exchange ‘Death Note’: DeFi investment booms
24 out of 63 digital currency exchanges in South Korea are not expected to meet new compliance requirements and will most likely be shut down in less than a month.
K-pop superstars Brave Girls, Se7en and A.C.E. are among the latest to jump on the non-fungible token bandwagon. Are fans buying it?
Number of new South Korean crypto investors have tanked in the month of June as crypto mining investments boom outside China.
Payment for listings raises questions over integrity of cryptocurrencies’ credit scores as compliance deadline nears.
50 crypto exchanges apply for ISMS in South Korea while Hong Kong sees the birth of a blockchain passport for Covid vaccinations.
South Korean government is holding on-site visits to help crypto exchanges get regulated while an Aussie business wants crypto for rent.
Chinese social media Weibo bans crypto accounts as employees of South Korean crypto exchanges can no longer trade on their own platforms.