Anxiety around the impact of global regulation on the cryptocurrency sector are clearly dissipating. Typically, we see regulatory tightening in phases; fear, the panic selling, then “cheap” coins. Then more positive rhetoric about a maturing marketplace soon to attract mainstream retail investors and institutional buyers.
If you want to know more, go to Switzerland – the home of the most conferences and seminars on cryptocurrency of any other nation in the world.
South Korea is responsible for 30% of all cryptocurrency trading, despite representing less than 1% of the world's population. If you see heavy volatility in the market, it’s usually South Korean Trading. So, what exactly makes South Korea the most active cryptocurrency market in the world?
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