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May 28, 2017, 07:43:22 AM
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Koreans have difficulty getting verification for exchanges, I read somewhere they even need to do a face to face interview as part of their KYC and AML processes. This has led to an increase in the prices of crypto for Koreans across the board.
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May 28, 2017, 08:14:49 AM
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Why do people have to be stupid?

exactly why ? Smiley

eth bıthumb prıze ıs 286 dolar
eth polo prıze ıs 183 dolar

ısnt here any stupidity.

why peope buy ıt from 286 dolar even polo has ıt from 186 or just the opposıte. why polo sellıng ıt.


I understand your concern and that's only mean people in South Korean can't or just a few who can deposit fiat money into Poloniex to buy bitcoin or other coins and withdraw KRW from Bithumb. And cryptocurrencies adoption in there has grown rapidly because government and banks support it.
"The South Korean government has been very friendly towards digital currencies, and the country is steadily becoming a technology hub. Just recently the government lowered the equity capital requirement for bitcoin companies working with remittances. The new statutes will begin on June 18 with a reduction of required capital to 1 billion KRW in contrast to the prior requirement of 2 billion KRW.
Additionally, researchers from the South Korean central bank recently released a report that detailed that virtual currencies like bitcoin can “coexist with fiat.”
. In the past few days, bitcoin price has reach $4494 per btc in South Korean, fantastic inceases compare to global price. Read more http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-05-25/bitcoin-blows-throuigh-2500-2600-2700-overnight-south-korea-demand-soars
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May 28, 2017, 10:06:47 AM
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can someone explain this to me.

all btc eth etc ltc are nearly have double prıze at korea than the other exchanges.

for example eth ıs 170 dolar around at polo but ıts 280 around at korea. who ıs stupıd. korean buyers or polo sellers ??

People are not stupid. This is just the demand and supply problem. Besides Korea, Japan and India are also having the same high price at the local exchanges.

1.) When the supply of bitcoin from local market is low, supply have to come from overseas.
2.) When the supply need to be obtained from overseas, funds have to be transferred to overseas.
3.) To transfer fund to overseas, you will need to have overseas accounts and each transfer will cost you a high transfer fees.
4.) To profit, you need to increase the price....

Another problem is that, when you have transactions involving huge amount to overseas accounts, bank might ban you because you might be  linked to high risk/anti-bank investments like bitcoin...

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June 13, 2017, 06:12:03 AM
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can someone explain this to me.

all btc eth etc ltc are nearly have double prıze at korea than the other exchanges.

for example eth ıs 170 dolar around at polo but ıts 280 around at korea. who ıs stupıd. korean buyers or polo sellers ??
Earlier japan adoption boosted bitcoin price but now its south korea's turn.South korea has already been friendly to crypto currencies and is now becoming a technology hub.South korean bitcoin traders are facing asking price of $4500 as demand for bitcoins is steadily rising.The region has become dedicated to bitcoin remittance and financial tech advancement.Some have said that bitcoin price varies high in south korea since south korea is moving towards a dept-fuelled bubble economy.

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June 13, 2017, 06:31:38 AM
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can someone explain this to me.

all btc eth etc ltc are nearly have double prıze at korea than the other exchanges.

for example eth ıs 170 dolar around at polo but ıts 280 around at korea. who ıs stupıd. korean buyers or polo sellers ??
I don't any of them is stupid! It is just the force of demand and supply of coins Korean. The korean demand for litecoin, ethereum and bitcoin may be too high then the supply of them and because of this example sellers will sell at the high price.
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June 13, 2017, 06:45:47 AM
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This is so easy to answer if you are going to do some researches korea now has the biggest internet knowing that korea is also one of the richest country now a days,bitcoin and other coin is expensive in this country because they are stacking some coins and they know that this alts and bitcoin is the future currency.
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June 13, 2017, 06:54:42 AM
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I guess it has something to do with demand and supply. Supply seems to be less in korea than the demandd there.. thus giving rise to the increased price of cryptocoins..

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June 13, 2017, 07:00:39 AM
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I guess it has something to do with demand and supply. Supply seems to be less in korea than the demandd there.. thus giving rise to the increased price of cryptocoins..
Yeah its the economics so even crypto is still related to this system the more the demand the more the price will rise up its applied in korea and for sure like japan and australia they will also bring big impact to this industry we just have to wait at watch out.

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June 13, 2017, 07:25:55 AM
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This happens because the demand for market prices in korea so much that many investors who enter into it so many entrepreneurs are trying to make the coin is capable of high value in korea and there is so much exchange there so that the value of coins in korea higher than the other .

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June 13, 2017, 09:27:49 AM
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This is an interesting thing, almost all the coins in South korea is more expensive, this is a good opportunity for the developers of the original Korean to make the coin itself so that it can be quickly accepted citizens of South korea.


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