Although it has been made clear by the South Korean government on several occasions that a ban on bitcoin and cryptocurrency trading will not be imposed, parts of the market have remained bearish, still concerned about the possibility of a ban in the long-term. On January 31st, South Korea’s finance minister Kim Dong-yeon clarified their stance, […]
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