阿希早报 Asch morning News 18 January 2018
The first forum of Southeast Asian blockchain will be hosted by China in Bangkok, Thailand.
A national petition against extreme cryptocurrency regulations in South Korea has exceeded 200,000 signatures, the requirement for the government to respond. The petition entitled “Has the government ever dreamed a happy dream for the people?” was filed on December 28. Meanwhile, another related petition calls for the removal of the governor of the country’s Financial Supervisory Service.
The large-scale Japanese bank MUFG will launch a cryptocurrency exchange.
Blockstream released Lightning Charge, which has been applied to micropayments in the Blockstream store.
France creates a digital currencies mission and appoints the former Bank of France (BOF) deputy governor as the new working groups leader.
Application analytics company Wiseapp recently conducted an analysis of 23,000 Android smartphone users in South Korea. The number of cryptocurrency app users in South Korea has increased 14 times in the last 11 weeks to approximately two million users, according to the analysis.
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