Housewives and senior people are among the 40,000 members conned in a recent crypto scam in South Korea.
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Nearly 54% of poll participants backed South Korea's plans to tax gains made from cryptocurrency trading as of next year.
Certain officials from South Korea's Financial Services Commission will have to report all of their cryptocurrency investments by May 7th.
After reaching a new yearly high of about 26%, the so-called Kimchi premium has normalized and returned to zero.
The price of bitcoin on South Korean exchanges has normalized after a considerable premium of 20% but could that lead
OKEx Korea users have until April 7th to withdraw their funds stored on the exchange as the platform is closing
The Wall Street behemoth Morgan Stanley is reportedly looking to double-down its support for the crypto industry by acquiring a
Cryptocurrency exchanges based and operating in South Korea could be penalized for failing to implement approved AML regulations.
According to South Korea's amended income tax law, cryptocurrency investors will pay 20 percent tax on profits from digital currencies.