In late Janueri, it became known about the official ban by the South Korean authorities of anonymous transactions in cryptocurrencies, which entered into force on January 30. In accordance with the requirements of the Financial Services Commission of South Korea (FSC), six banks have pledged to establish an infrastructure for creating accounts with real names. Ia, as it turned out later, banks are not required to provide new services to clients of Cryptocurrency Exchanges.
“Na kena buli vou na akaude e lesi ki na dua na veisau ni ilavo e dua na vakatulewa tawasaumi ni baqe,” e dua na kabani baqe vakadonui tukuna na Ceva kei Korea ni itabataba ni Yonhap. E vakamacalataka tiko o: “Na baqe ka tu kina na itavi vakalawa me levei kina na laundering na ilavo sa kauta ga ena iwalewale iMamaroroi: na veivakadeitaki ni tamata mai na isau ni crypto, tudei ni ivakarau ni, taqomaki ni vakamuri norms laundering Anti na ilavo kei na itukutuku ni o koya e vakayagataka.”
Ni na ono na baqe ka a vakamacalataki taumada, duadua ga na lewe tolu – Baqe ni Shinhan, Baqe ni Nonghyup kei na iyaya ni baqe ni Korea – vakarautaka na itukutuku vei ira na kasitama ni veisau ni Crypto. Kei na va ga ni na 25 Veisau ni isau ni Ceva kei Korea na ilavo e veisau na akaude tawakilai me itukutuku vata kei na yaca dina. Sa, e gadrevi ni buli vou na veisotari vinaka kei na Bithumb, Upbit, Coinone kei na Korbit.
Me vaka na ki Esia vakailavo, Baqe ni Shinhan, ka veiqaravi Bithumb, sa duvata talega me tu vakawawa vakatikitikitaka na veika na veisau mai na iwalewale ni kena vakaduri na akaude eso vata kei na yaca dina. The representative of the bank explained that this measure was taken in connection with the fact that “the exchange is checked by the police” in the case of last year’s robbery.
Small and medium-sized exchanges that provide corporate accounts, rather than virtual ones, regulate other requirements. According to the Yonhap publication, at the moment, the use of corporate accounts is allowed provided that the exchanges can fully support their obligations to prevent money laundering, as well as to confirm the identification of customers. Me kena ikuri, they will be subjected to “thorough checks by banks and financial authorities.” Ia, many exchanges did not receive confirmation of new accounts and told Yonhap reporters that they would suspend transactions if the situation did not change. According to the Korean Blockchain Association, about 787,600 customers use the services of such exchanges, whose assets are currently in limbo.
O koya e vola: Richard Abermann