This post was originally published on source The South Korean government is considering introducing an approval system for cryptocurrency exchanges based on the Bitlicense model, developed by the New York State Department of Financial Services. Also read: Japan Cracks Down on Foreign ICO Agency Operating Without License Bitlicense Comes to Korea The South Korean regulators are […]
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