OKEX Korea Drops 5 Privacy Coins Citing FATF Rules

The Korean arm of the exchange has dropped support for privacy-enhancing cryptocurrencies including monero, zcash and dash. Source link

Report: OKEx Delisting Monero, Dash, Privacy-Cryptos Over FATF Demands

FATF rules start to bite as privacy coins disappear from OKEx Source link

Major South Korean Mobile Carrier Launches Blockchain Project

South Korean mobile carrier Union Mobile announced the launch of its blockchain platform and accompanying token Source link

LG Developing a Blockchain Phone in Response to Samsung: Korean Media

LG already preparing blockchain competitor to Samsung’s Klaytn Phone Source link

Crypto News From the Spanish-Speaking World: Sept. 2–8 in Review

This week’s selected crypto news from Spain and Latin America, courtesy of Cointelegraph en Español Source link

Korea’s Biggest Entertainment Company to Launch Its Own Cryptocurrency

Korean pop music giant SM Entertainment announced plans to build its own cryptocurrency and blockchain Source link

K-Pop Music Giant SM Entertainment Is Planning Its Own Cryptocurrency

The driving firm behind the K-pop movement, SM Entertainment, said it’s planning to launch a cryptocurrency focused on engaging fans with artists. Source link

Samsung Launching a Galaxy Note 10 Crypto-Phone Edition: Sources

Kakao Corp. uses Samsung smartphone to issue airdrop Source link

Fewer Than a Quarter of Blockchain Businesses in Korea Generate Sales

Despite the apparent boom in blockchain, and the extensive support for the technology, few companies are making blockchain sales Source link

SK Group’s Securities Arm Teams Up With Blockchain Real Estate Firm

SK Securities, a branch of South Korea’s largest telecom SK Group, partners with a blockchain real estate firm Kasa Korea Source link