South Korea’s central bank has announced that it does not plan to launch its own digital currency over fears it could destabilize the economy.
A city government in China is mulling the creation of a “blockchain digital asset exchange,” but no one is quite sure what it means.
South Korea-based Coinrail has not disclosed the exact amount lost in the breach, but data suggests the damage could be $40 million.
South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Bithumb has been found not guilty of tax evasion, but now faces a massive tax bill, according to reports.
A South Korean police department is alleging the crypto margin trading offered by exchange Coinone is in effect illegal gambling.
The Financial Service Agency is reportedly planning to deny a registration application filed by a crypto exchange over KYC failings.
Despite China’s 2017 ban on ICOs, a Chinese firm still appears to have openly promoted a token sale that reportedly raised $18 million.
Indonesia’s futures watchdog has reportedly ruled that cryptos are commodities that can be traded on the country’s futures exchange.
A new service for tracking cryptocurrency prices on a popular stock trading app has become unavailable, possibly due to regulatory rumblings.
Hong Kong’s de facto central bank has no plan to issue a central bank digital currency (CBDC), a government official said on Wednesday.
South Korea’s Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that cryptocurrencies can be forfeited in criminal cases, allowing the seizure.
India’s telecoms regulator plans to leverage blockchain technology to combat unsolicited phone calls and SMS messages.
South Korea’s legislative arm of government is pushing for the removal of the country’s ban on domestic initial coin offerings.
Chinese crypto media firms are boycotting a blockchain event after the organizer used a Chairman Mao imitator to fire up the audience.
Singapore’s central bank has warned eight digital token exchanges and an ICO issuer to stop trading tokens deemed unauthorized securities.
Singapore’s central bank is proposing a change to existing exchange market rules aimed to ease blockchain adoption and decentralization.
Taiwanese lawmakers have announced the formation of a parliamentary group aimed to foster the nation’s emerging blockchain sector.
China’s highest-level state media outlet has said token sales are still common in the country despite a 2017 ban.
Forty percent of all Chinese blockchain startups emerged in 2017 alone, according to a new report published by China’s IT Ministry
Prosecutors in South Korea have raided the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the country, UPbit, over suspected fraud, according to a report.