As it was reported by South Korean local business newspaper The Investor, the country’s authorities are planning to reveal their official attitude to Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) in November 2018. The topic was extensively discussed by South Korean top-officials on a meeting held today, October 11.
The authorities have already held several discussions related to the possible allowance of ICOs withing the country in the recent months, but the final decision still stays unclear. The main financial agency of South Korea, the Financial Services Commission (FSC), has been analysing the problem since September.

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