With reports claiming that Asian traders are responsible for the bulk of the upward price action in Bitcoin and altcoins, it comes as no surprise that their governments want to gain some control of the runaway markets. With South Korea reportedly accountable for over a quarter of the global trade in crypto currency, its government is considering taxing cryptocurrencies. The average citizen can partake in this feverish market, and South Koreans are taking to cryptocurrencies
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