Korean banks are conflicted on whether to extend alliances with local cryptocurrency exchanges amid the strict financial regulations. Financial Information Act Implementation For the time being, three Korean commercial lenders – Shinhan, NongHyup, and K bank – have formed partnerships with major crypto exchanges. It will enable exchanges to handle transactions in a stable manner,
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