1.Okex Korea will be delisting Dark coins as well.
OKEx Korea, the global cryptocurrency exchange, will end support for trading Dark Coin.
On Sep 11, Okex Korea announced through its official Announcements, that they will delist those so called dark coins in the industry such as 'Monero (XMR)', 'DASH', 'ZCASH', 'Horizon (ZEN)', 'Super Bitcoin (SBTC)'. In June, the UNFFA recommended to end Dark Coin's support, which cannot confirm the information of the sender and receiver.
Earlier, on September 9, Korean cryptocurrency exchange Upbit also offcially annoucned that they will be delisting “'Monero (XMR)', 'DASH', 'ZCASH', 'H Haven' (XHV), 'Beat Tube' (TUBE).
2.Huobi Korea has Unveiled its Criteria for Delisting Cryptocurrencies
Huobi Korea, a global cryptocurrency exchange, has unveiled the criteria for delisting cryptocurrency.
The criteria for delisting include: ▲ Transparency (disclosure of development progress) ▲ Legality (relevance to various crimes) ▲ Marketability (future value through transaction volume) ▲ Business continuity (trust of the project team) ▲ Whether to damage Huobi Korea brand image.
If delisting is determined according to the criteria, delisting will proceed after a sufficient period of notice to investors. This will be applied to the Korean market based on the guidelines of Huobi Global, which is in the process of disclosing the delisting standard early on.
3.Korea-China Blockchain Media Alliance has joined forces with the Korean Association for investment and acceleration in outstanding projects.
The Korea-China Blockchain Media Alliance has joined forces with the Korean Association for investment and acceleration in outstanding projects.
The Federation is a group of Korea's BEINEWS and China's COINVOICE to introduce various blockchain projects and develop various cultural projects such as Korea-China exchange forums and fairs.
The Federation held an agreement ceremony with the Korea Blockchain Content Association, the Korea Mobile Game Association and the Korea Blockchain Startup Association at the '2019 Korea-China Blockchain Future Outlook Forum' held at Bongeunsa Spiegen HQ.
The Korea Blockchain Contents Association provides blockchain contents convergence services through various content businesses, including mobile based on blockchains.