January 30, 2018

South Korea bans anonymous cryptocurrency trading



Starting on Tuesday, South Korea's government is banning anonymous trading. This means traders can only make cryptocurrency deposits from bank accounts set up under their real names.

But not everyone is happy with people moving towards an unregulated and decentralised financial system. Al Jazeera's Kathy Novak reports from Seoul.

Al Jazeera

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- CoinMarketCap Reinstates South Korean Price Tracking - Merkle
- Bitcoin regulation: How it would happen in South Korea and what could happen to the price - Independent

- McAfee: Half the world will be using cryptocurrencies in 5 years - RT

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