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Business 26 August 2022

Levy on digital asset airdrops sought in South Korea

South Korea heightens its digital asset regulation with the finance ministry announcing that airdropped assets are now subject to a 10% to 50% levy, a move seen as a measure to counter gift tax evaders.

Editorial 12 January 2021

What the fork happened to Bitcoin?

Bitcoin has been heavily victimized by the Hegelian Dialectic redefining it to the whims of software developers and anonymous users on social media, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.

China is giving away $3 million worth of DC/EP
Business 4 December 2020

China’s $3 million DC/EP lottery

The city of Suzhou in China will be distributing 20 million yuan ($3 million) of China's central bank digital currency–the DC/EP–via a lottery.

China to begin regulating airdrops
Business 6 November 2018

China to begin regulating airdrops

The country’s central bank, the People’s Bank of China (PBoC), is going to start taking a harder look at airdrops, which the bank describes as being nothing more than initial coin offerings (ICO) in disguise.