1.North Korea will hold its very first Blockchain Crypto Conference in 2020 Feb.
The Korean Friendship Association (KFA or Korea Friendship Association) will host the 2nd Pyongyang Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Conference in February 2020.
Alejandro Cao de Benos, President of the Korean Friendship Association, said in an e-mail sent to Derby Chain on September 10 that he will recruit participants from the Pyongyang Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Conference from February 22 to 29.
In April 2019, the Korea Friendship Association held a Pyongyang Blockchain Conference with overseas blockchain experts and North Korean IT and financial experts.
2.Upbit will Delist Monero and Dash, So called Dark Coins.
Upbit will operate the so-called Dark Coin delisting such as Monero and Dash.
UPBIT announced on Sep 9th via their official website that “Monero (XMR), DASH, DASH, ZEC, Haven (XHV), Bittube (TUBE), and Pivex (PIVX), which have privacy characteristics,also well known as Dark Coins, will be designated as an important event and will end the provisional transaction support. ”
Upbit also mentioned that , “Upbit will be able to determine whether the final listing will be abolished through detailed review of the relevant cryptocurrency for one week after the designation of the relevant stock.”
3 Klaytn Partners with Bora, crypto wallet paltform in Korea
BORA (CEO Seung-Hee Lee) announced on the 9th that it is going to exchange tokens for a joint project with Kakao's blockchain project 'Klaytn'.
This token exchange is one of the initial partnership programs for the development of Bora and Clayton's alliance service. The token exchange will be conducted after the official launch of the Bora platform, after the stable service is verified.
The token exchange aims to activate the exchange of users of the two companies' blockchain ecosystem after the official launch of Bora and Clayton Service. It is expected to have a positive impact.