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South Korea Fines 6 Exchanges For Security Law ‘Violations’

Wilma Woo · January 24, 2018 · 8:30 amSix major South Korea cryptocurrency exchanges have received fines of around 25 million won ($23,500) for...

Decentralization vs Scale: Crypto’s Growing Struggle

You can't have your cake and eat it too, the old saying goes. In the cryptocurrency space, the big question is whether you can...

Survey: 60% of Americans Have Heard of Bitcoin, 5% Own

Featured Global Blockchain Business Council and Survey Monkey teamed for an appraisal of American attitudes toward the world’s most popular cryptocurrency, bitcoin. Awareness...

Building a Base? Bitcoin Demand at $10K Hints at Move Higher

Persistent demand around the $10,000 mark appears to have not only neutralized the immediate bearish outlook on bitcoin, but also hints the cryptocurrency could...

US Government Lab, BlockCypher Tap Blockchain for P2P Energy Transactions

Blockchain startup BlockCypher has partnered with a U.S. Department of Energy lab to develop solutions allowing energy transactions to be settled across multiple blockchains. The...

Analysts and Bullion Dealers Notice a Relationship Between Gold and Bitcoin

Finance As cryptocurrencies have grown popular over the past year, researchers have noticed an inverse relationship between gold and bitcoin markets. Over the past...

PR: GymCoin Announces First Fitness ICO That Allows Digital Currency to...

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Korean Regulator Fines Crypto Exchanges for Privacy Failures

The South Korea government has today issued fines totaling 141 million won ($130,000) to domestic cryptocurrency exchanges for providing insufficient user data protection. In a...