South Korean cryptocurrency exchanges pool data to counter money launderers38

Laundering funds with cryptocurrencies in South Korea could soon become a thing of the past if four of the country’s exchanges have their way. According to a local media report, Bithumb, Upbit, Corbit and Coinone have cobbled together to share ‘real-time’ wallet information on any suspicious activity linked to phishing attempts and pyramid schemes. It comes months after the South Korean government...

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