FSC規制の見直しはシャットダウンする予定です 40 韓国の暗号交換

A new regulatory overhaul could put 40 から 60 exchanges out of business in South Korea after the firms are expected to fail to meet the conditions that are being proposed by the Financial Services Commission (FSC). This action might also affect holders of locally used “kimchi” coins, that won’t be able to trade them for fiat in other exchanges. This could bring losses of more than $2.6 十億.

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South Korea Exchange Options to Reduce Drastically

A regulatory overhaul might reduce drastically the number of exchanges operation in South Korea. によると FT, it is expected that 40 の 60 exchanges that operate in the country will be closed due to the inability to comply with the new regulatory framework issued by the Financial Services Commission. This rule, which has a deadline for next September 24, establishes that all exchanges need to register with the institution to operate in the country.

でも, many of these exchanges have no way of complying with the requisites to do so. The law states that every crypto exchange must partner with a baking institution to open real-name bank accounts for customers. でも, banks have refused to do so to avoid being linked to money laundering cases.

Closures Will Hit Local Tokens

This crackdown will also have unintended consequences for local investors. The closure of the little exchanges unable to comply with these rules has the potential of bringing $2.6 billion in losses to Korean investors. This is because these exchanges list the so-called “kimchi coins,” a group of 42 small alternative cryptocurrencies that are used only by local investors. If these exchanges do close, liquidity for exchanging these coins will disappear.

Cho Yeon-haeng, president of Korea Finance Consumer Federation, 述べました:

Huge investor losses are expected with trading suspended and assets frozen at many small exchanges as customer protection will not likely be the priority of those exchanges facing an imminent closure.

International exchanges are also affected by the measure and need to register with the FSC. The institution has told exchanges that before closing its doors they need to notify users about the fact on September 17. The measure will further centralize cryptocurrency services in the country, with Upbit, ビサム, Korbit, and Coinone, the biggest exchanges, likely capitalizing from the exodus of customers to approved platforms.

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