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Korea to Boost Investments in FinTech & Blockchain Startups

Korea to Boost Investments in FinTech & Blockchain Startups | money money money | Scoop.it
Given the growing interest in this industry, it is not a complete surprise to hear Korea wants to get involved in the future of financial technology.
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One of South Korea's Biggest Banks is Developing Blockchain Remittances - CoinDesk

One of South Korea's Biggest Banks is Developing Blockchain Remittances - CoinDesk | money money money | Scoop.it

South Korea's KB Kookmin Bank is developing a blockchain remittance solution with the aim of ushering in "safer and faster" foreign exchange services.

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South Korean Authorities Crack Down on Bitcoin Scams - newsBTC

South Korean Authorities Crack Down on Bitcoin Scams - newsBTC | money money money | Scoop.it
With the myriad of altcoins being introduced these days, some investors have had trouble telling which ones are legitimate and which ones are bitcoin scams.
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Thousands of websites from South Korea will embrace Bitcoin due ...

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Galaxia Communications is one of the top three online payment companies in South Korea. This company has more than 10,000 customers both inside and outside of South Korea. It also is the top seller for mobile gift card and coupon in South Korea. The cooperated Bitcoin payment processor is Coinplug, which provides technology support for Bitcoin transaction.

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Bitcoin Changes Hands In South Korea - Digits - WSJ

Bitcoin Changes Hands In South Korea - Digits - WSJ | money money money | Scoop.it
Bitcoin will get you bread in South Korea, thanks to a bakery in Incheon that took the landmark step of allowing customers to pay with the world’s most common virtual currency.
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Economist, specialized in political economy and peer-to-peer dynamics; core member of the P2P Foundation