12 January 2018 10:46 p
[rtl] South Korea's finance minister said the officials involved needed consultations on the Justice Department's plan to block electronic currency trading.[/rtl]
South Korea's justice minister said yesterday that his country is preparing a bill that will prevent all electronic currency trading .
Kim Dong-yun told reporters on Friday that all government ministers agreed on the need to regulate e-currencies with a high degree of speculation, quoting the US station "CNBC".
He said the plan, which the Minister of Justice talked about yesterday, "a proposal on his part and need to coordinate between ministers."
The Minister of Justice of Korea that there are significant doubts related to default currencies, pointing out that the Ministry is preparing a law to prevent trading,
He explained that the discussions are conducted in the framework of how to regulate the circulation of electronic currencies in a rational and without speculation, pointing out that a balanced perspective is necessary because the technology "Block" is of great importance in many industries such as security.
South Korean justice minister's remarks on Monday had e-currency losses more than $ 100 billion of their value.