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Major South Korean Bank BNK Busan Plans to Offer Banking Services to Domestic Crypto Exchanges

The South Korean crypto frenzy among the banking industry remains on fire, as another major bank is treading waters to offer banking services for crypto exchanges. The BNK Busan Bank launched a program that consists of visiting competitors’ banks that…
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US Authorities Indict a Canadian Telecom Provider in a Crypto Money Laundering Case With Encrypted Phones

A communications provider is in legal trouble with the U.S. authorities for a money laundering case involving cryptocurrencies. A federal court incited Sky Global for allegedly having facilitated criminal organizations to launder millions worth in crypto. Sky Global Is Also…
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Bitmex Cofounder Ben Delo Surrenders to US Authorities— Arthur Hayes to Follow in April

Legal issues with crypto exchange Bitmex’s cofounders still make the headlines. Benjamin Delo surrendered to the U.S. authorities, and Arthur Hayes agreed to make the same maneuver in April. Delo Released on a $20M Bail Bond According to Bloomberg, Bitmex’s…
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U.S. Lawmakers Examining Cryptocurrencies’ Role in Domestic Terrorism Funding

U.S. lawmakers will discuss whether or not terrorists use cryptocurrencies and decentralized systems to fund attacks on Thursday. Crypto in Terrorism Funding The House Financial Services Committee subcommittee on National Security, International Development and Monetary Policy revealed further details concerning…
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