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US cybersecurity firm Recorded Future has released a new report linking Lazarus, a North Korean hacking group, to various South Korean cryptocurrency exchange h...
The South Korean cryptocurrency market has played a crucial role in bringing RIpple from a market cap of $40 billion to $88 billion.
South Korea’s MBC paid security firm to hack into exchanges in a cybersecurity demonstration. All five exchanges have allegedly failed the test.
South Korea’s largest Bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchanges Bithumb, Coinone, and Korbit are ready for the imposition of strict regulatory frameworks.
Shinhan Bank in South Korea to offer cryptocurrency wallets to customers.
Major South Korean exchange Coinone has added the fifth biggest digital currency Litecoin to its platform as of early November 2017.
Korea is taking the Chinese approach to new ICOs, however, those already established are being further legitimized as Zcash is added to Bithumb.
Korean Bitcoin exchange Korbit is now 65% property of gaming conglomerate Nexon.
Ethereum Classic has posted its biggest gains in minutes as rumors surface of South Korean involvement.
Bitcoin could head to below $3,500 in the coming days, marking a decline of $900 from last week’s all-time highs.
Monero has jumped over 35 percent on rumors it will soon debut on South Korean exchange Bithumb.
Coinbase users threatened to file a lawsuit against the world’s largest Bitcoin wallet platform and exchange if they declined to credit users with Bitcoin Cash....
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Bithumb announces that it will pay each affected client 100,000 Korean Won, which is equivalent to around $86.50, after the recent hacking incident.
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