The South Korean government reportedly plans to soften its crypto regulations in line with the policies set by the G20 nations in an effort to create “unified regulations.” The Korean regulators have also agreed to apply the standards set by the Financial Action Task Force to its crypto policies. Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into […]
Post source: South Korea to Follow G20 Unified Cryptocurrency Regulations
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