Park Sang-ki told reporters on Thursday that there was considerable uncertainty about default currencies, pointing out that the ministry is preparing a law to prevent trading, citing the agency "Reuters".
The Korean justice minister said he would not give further details on the planned closure of electronic currency trading in the country, but at the same time explained that various government bodies can cooperate with him to implement multiple means to achieve it.
10% of the "ethrium" currency is traded in Korean Won, and 5% of the currency is traded in the same currency.
After the news, Betquin fell by 12% to $ 13.1K.
By 8:00 am GMT, Bitquin fell 3.2 percent to $ 13.7 million.
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