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joyce kim
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joyce kim 12m
Replying to @2sandhill
That is a proposed government policy - and it is what is currently proposed (but can change). The news I just posted is about voluntary self-regulation that the association of Korean cryptocurrency exchanges just announced for themselves.
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joyce kim 56m
Replying to @joyce
Their goal is to have all rolled out live by Q1 2018, giving companies time to comply. And of course, these regs could change/evolve since they are voluntary self-regulation by Korean exchanges on their own businesses.
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joyce kim 58m
Replying to @joyce
This is a fascinating example of self-regulation by Korean blockchain industry leaders. Of course, this is all a work in progress but it is am impressive cooperative effort. The rest of our industry (outside of Korea) should take note. Good work!
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joyce kim 1h
UPDATE: Korean exchange association has issued voluntary regulations: 70% of coins in cold storage, ban on insider trading by exchange employees, no marketing to promote trading & no listing of new coins until further notice.
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joyce kim 4h
Replying to @ddolgei
Hi - we are preparing the email to send to all the participants! Thanks for your patience:)
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joyce kim 9h
HUGE reason why so many talented women in our own industry can't come forward about harrassment and sexual assault.
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joyce kim 21h
Ending my day with a good laugh.
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joyce kim Dec 13
Replying to @Kik @StellarOrg
Oops, pardon my grammar. Jet lag is ravaging my typing skills and my tweets.
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joyce kim Dec 13
Looks like announced their are moving their cryptocurrency Kin from Ethereum to 's blockchain after completing tests in the next 2 weeks. Better scalability.
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joyce kim Dec 12
How much money the telecom industry has give to each sitting member of Congress in one handy article by and
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joyce kim Dec 12
Folks, just listen to the professor, ok?
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joyce kim Dec 12
Replying to @bronwen @sw @mpesce
What a wonderful experience that was! Thank you for the memories!
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joyce kim Dec 12
Replying to @nikmilokostov
Korean law is a negative system. If something is not explicity allowed, then it is illegal. So trading is not allowed, unless it is by exchanges that complies with these rules. To me, that means trading will continue and the exchanges will comply
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joyce kim Dec 12
Mayor Ed Lee just passed away here in San Francisco. He was our first Asian American mayor. My thoughts are with his family.
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joyce kim Dec 12
"Access to financial services for people in developing countries is democratized through blockchain technologies" [Article on in eToday - major Korean economic daily] “민주적인 블록체인 기술로 개도국 국민도 금융서비스 손쉽게 이용할 수 있죠”
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joyce kim Dec 11
Replying to @uprising1983
Omitted completely.
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joyce kim Dec 11
Replying to @joyce
However, the ICO ban for Korea remains in place. (forgot to include that;)
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joyce kim Dec 11
BREAKING: Korean govt will regulate bitcoin exchanges but not ban them. Exchanges will have 6 reasonable requirements on KYC/AML, key storage, separation of fiat into 3rd party accounts, consumer warnings abt trading, transparency of orderbook. GOOD NEWS!
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joyce kim Dec 11
If I had a satoshi for every time a man told me what I need to do to learn about blockchain and bitcoin...
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joyce kim Dec 11
*me digging through my Halloween gear to get ready for work tomorrow* -New research finds that kids aged 4-6 perform better during tasks when dressed as Batman
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