Category Archive For "South Korea"
South Korea’s largest public blockchain, ICON, has released its Blockchain Transmission Protocol, allowing individual blockchains to interact and communicate with each other.
Advances in payment settlements and decentralized ledger technology are driving central banks to consider digital currencies, according to a recent Bank of Korea report.
South Korea’s regulatory sandbox has graduated several projects, resulting in the creation of 380 blockchain-related jobs and over $110 million in new investments.
Millions of dollars worth funds stolen from Upbit in November continue to be moved on little-known exchange Byex.com, unknown wallets as well as OKEx
Blockchain-powered rewards startup MiL.k stikes a partnership with a retail cluster in Seoul downtown, brings the technology to “millions.”
The South Korean blockchain space sees many new platforms trading for unlisted stocks, following an offering from state-backed Koscom last year.
South Korea’s smart city Sejong will be establishing a blockchain-based identity verification platform for self-driving vehicles.
A newly unearthed report from South Korea’s financial watchdogs has revealed the rationale behind the country’s 2018 crypto crackdown.