Bithumb forbade Cryptocurrency Trading in 11 Countries

Referring money laundering problems, South Korean crypto exchange Bithumb has prohibited trading in 11 countries including North Korea, Iran, Iraq
28 May 2018   2722

As declared on Monday, the exchange claimed it will correspont to the global anti-money laundering norms by blocking all transactions of residents in jurisdictions belonging to the Non-Cooperative Countries and Territories (NCCT) blacklisting. The 11 NCCT nations that have provided inapplicable measures to combat money laundering, terrorist financing and other threats to the international financial system. The states, in addition to North Korea, include Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ethiopia, Syria, Iran, Iraq, Sri Lanka, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Vanuatu and Yemen.

This step was enforced on May 27 with Bithumb exchange no more accepting new clients from the 11 nations related to the NCCT initiative. Present users from those countries will also find their accounts disabled from June 21. As reported in  Coinmarketcap, Bithumb is Korea’s great and the world’s fifth biggest crypto  exchange with over $400 million in tokens traded over a 24-hour period.

Furthermore, Bithumb claims, it has powered its own anti-money laundering measures by adopting the recommendations of authorities from the South Korean government and the Korea Blockchain Association, a self-regulatory industry working group. Instituted in December, the strucrure presented a number of measures including ethical codes in an effort to foster transparency in domestic crypto trading markets. The industry body also demanded strict rules in order to prevent market manipulation and insider trading. A row of main exchanges including Bithumb and Upbit will  incur periodic estimations.

We will strictly enforce our own rules and protect our investors while we actively cooperate with local authorities.
Spokesperson
Bithumb, South Korea

The crypto exchamge also added that for international users, Bithumb is currently in the process of mandating a mobile verification process to escape any occasions of falsification of user information.

DEAPCOIN IEO to be Held at OKEx on 8.04

The project is planning to raise $2M a the price of 1 DEP on IEO will be $ 0.0025
25 March 2020   232

OKEx Exchange announced Wednesday the 11th initial exchange offering (IEO). It will be conducted by the DEAPCOIN Project (DEP) and will be held on April 8th.

As in previous OKEx campaigns, the selection of participants and the selection of the allocation coefficient will be carried out according to two criteria: the average daily balance of OKB and the trading volume on the exchange. For each of the groups, allocation of 400 million DEP tokens is allocated.

The price of 1 DEP on IEO will be $ 0.0025. Thus, the project intends to attract up to $ 2 million from OKEx users. Trading in USDT and USDK pairs will start on the same day.

The DEP token was released by DEAPCOIN to shape the economy around the PlayMining entertainment platform they are developing, where users can earn cryptocurrency during games. DEP is presented as an ERC-20 standard token, while game items on the blockchain will use the ERC-721 standard.

Despite the generally negative dynamics of the IEO space recently, the token of the previous placement of the OKEx platform - HyperDAO - that passed at the end of February is currently trading almost 3 times higher than the initial selling price.