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South Korean exchange Coinplug is set to drive a rollout of Bitcoin gift cards, which anyone will be able to purchase from convenience stores imminently.
South Korea’s development during the last half century has been nothing short of spectacular.
Despite the continuing mystery on the regulation issues that face the Bitcoin community, many businesses continue to add Bitcoin as a payment option for their customers.
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Inside Bitcoins Conference and Expo will be launching in just a few weeks in Seoul as South Korea’s first major cryptocurrency event.
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Before it allied with Coinplug, Nautilus Hyosung was the most demanded manufacturer of local ATMs, though not the Bitcoin ones. In addition, the company over the years earned a fourth place among the others ATM manufacturers.
With increasing adoption of internet-banking and mobile-banking, an extensive network of branches is no longer necessary for banks. Are bank branches headed for extinction?
Bitcoin remains as one of the very few currencies that is able to secure international remittances and transactions.
South Korea’s leading Fintech startups are set to file a petition with the Korean Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) against Apple Pay for their violation of local laws on consumer protection.
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