South Korea’s Finance Minister confirmed Wednesday that his country has no intention of banning cryptocurrency exchanges, extinguishing lingering fears about a harsher crackdown on the digital asset class. No Ban In a statement reported by Reuters and CCN, Finance Minister Kim Dong-yeon said, “There is no intention to ban or suppress cryptocurrency.” Dong-yeon’s assertion is […]
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