The government of South Korea has already announced that it will regulate cryptocurrency exchanges like banks, with stricter regulations. The recent Bithumb hack will fasten the process of implementing the country’s first cryptocurrency regulatory framework. Investors Shocked Previously, on June 11, CCN reported that after months of discussion, the government of South Korea and local

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