South Korea to Launch 'Digital Assets Committee' to Oversee Crypto Exchanges

The South Korean government is launching a Digital Assets Committee to oversee crypto exchanges as early as next month, according to local outlet NewsPim. The Digital Assets Committee will make policy recommendations, including criteria for new cryptocurrencies to be listed on exchanges, a schedule for ICOs, and enforcing investor protections.
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