September 26, 2022

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Binance Halts KRW Trading Pairs as Korea Tightens Crypto Regulations

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Binance Halts KRW Trading Pairs as Korea Tightens Crypto Regulations

  • Binance has halted Korean won trading pairs as part of changes to its operations in Korea.
  • It has also advised all P2P traders to remove trade advertisements in KRW.
  • September 24 is the last date for crypto exchanges to register with South Korean authorities.

Amid major changes to crypto trade operations in Korea, leading exchange Binance has halted Korean won (KRW) trading pairs.

The largest crypto exchange issued a notice on Friday, which announced the discontinuation of KRW trading pairs. Along with that, it will also discontinue KRW payments options on its service. Korean language support on its website and merchant applications for peer-to-peer transactions (P2P) in South Korea will also be disabled.

Binance also advised P2P traders to remove all trade advertisements denominated in KRW from the platform. To specify, the exchange stated that it was proactively complying with local regulations.

Since early this year, South Korean authorities have been tightening rules and restrictions for crypto exchange operators within the country. Starting with compulsory licensing, they’ve gone all the way to required real-name trad…

Source: coinquora.com