No, South Korea isn’t banning cryptocurrencies.
The office of the President of South Korea announced that plans to ban cryptocurrency exchanges in the country are ‘not finalized.
The South Korea is considering adopting a joint regulatory approach that would create the first regional harmonization of laws surrounding cryptocurrencies.
A lawyer has petitioned courts in India demanding action on introducing regulation for cryptocurrencies in the country.
Yet another company has stopped accepting SegWit1x (BTC) as a method of payment for its products, according to reports.
The highlighted threats reveal possible ways in which hackers may access privileged data in any device running processors from these manufacturers.
Now that Bitcoin’s price has exploded, bringing the decimal place to ‘Bits’ (allowing 2 decimal places), is not only practical, but also necessary for further adoption.