South Korea’s Financial Services Commission (FSC) has announced that Bitcoin futures trading will not be moving forward in the country. ‘Cooling Down The Market’ In legislatory warnings Tuesday, the regulator went against the trend gaining speed in the US and Japan and banned futures trading, along with suggesting a tax on virtual currency transactions. The move has already resulted in the cancellation of several informational seminars on futures, local news outlet Korea Herald reports. These
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