The New York State Department of Financial Services has asked two South Korean financial authorities to share cryptocurrency-related data they obtained from their recent inspections of six major Korean banks. The New York State Department of Financial Services has asked South Korea's Financial Supervisory Service and Financial Intelligence Unit to share the data obtained from their inspections of six major Korean banks, local media report. According to Maekyung, on January 25, US Treasury Secretary Sigal Mandelker discussed how to strengthen anti-money laundering measures related to cryptocurrencies as well as international cooperation measures with Vice Chairman of the Korean Financial Service Commission, Kim Yong-bum. What do you think of the NYDFS asking South Korea for their Crypto trading data? Let us know in the comments section below.