CJ, one of South Korea’s largest conglomerates, is developing a blockchain-based music copyright management system.
The Korean arm of the exchange has dropped support for privacy-enhancing cryptocurrencies including monero, zcash and dash.
The driving firm behind the K-pop movement, SM Entertainment, said it’s planning to launch a cryptocurrency focused on engaging fans with artists.
Despite the apparent boom in blockchain, and the extensive support for the technology, few companies are making blockchain sales
The government may not allow the coin to trade on a domestic exchange so it will look to other countries.
Eun Sung-soo made reformist comments but he was still cautious about crypto and offered no boost to the sector
The company says that the process has been made significantly more efficient.
It is the eighth funding event in thirteen months using the mining token.
Bithumb will assemble a committee to periodically review its listed cryptocurrencies, becoming the second exchange in Korea to update its listing policies.
Blocko, a blockchain firm working on enterprise applications of the tech, says it’s raised $7.44 million from investors including Shinhan Bank.
The banking company is latest major organization in the country to join the blockchain rush.
Prixbit is one of an estimated 200 players locked out of the banking system
The shuttering comes as Korea’s third-largest exchange shores up its local business.
Jeju, a small island south of Seoul, is redoubling its efforts to become South Korea’s regulation-free Bit-Island after losing out to Busan.
The music steaming service will join twenty-five partners in a South Korean crypto payments alliance.
One of the oldest and largest banks in South Korea has partnered with two fintech firms to build a new security system using blockchain tech.
The spread between the price of bitcoin on South Korean and U.S.-based crypto exchanges has disappeared after hitting 2019 highs.
Korea Prepaid Card is the second largest investor in BaaS firm Bezant.
Two new tokens from South Korea’s third biggest corporation will focus on the problem of tracking charitable donations.
A consortium of business are working together to bring smaller securities to a blockchain-based trading system.