South Korea reveals $600m in illegal trades but is not planning to ban cryptocurrencies

Nicholas Fearn
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'No intention to ban or suppress cryptocurrency market'

South Korea's finance minister has confirmed that the country is not planning to ban cryptocurrency trading after all. Over the past few weeks, there have been multiple reports claiming that the...

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