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Author Topic: [2017-09-13] Korea’s Coinone Launches Physical Cryptocurrency Exchange  (Read 1857 times)
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September 13, 2017, 02:44:17 AM


Korea’s third largest bitcoin exchange Coinone has opened a physical cryptocurrency exchange. Six cryptocurrencies are supported including bitcoin, bitcoin cash, and ether. The complex has a bitcoin ATM, a large display board with market information and features a face-to-face consultation service.

South Korean bitcoin exchange Coinone announced on Monday the launch of Coinone Blocks, which the company described as “the world’s first blockchain 4D zone.” The new brick-and-mortar branch enables offline cryptocurrency exchanges as well as offer other services including face-to-face consulting on cryptocurrency trading.

In addition to all the services customers can expect from the exchange’s online platform and the in-person consultation service, customers can also purchase USB hardware wallets there. The complex has a bitcoin ATM as well as a large display board with market information on six digital currencies that can be traded on the exchange. Currently, supported cryptocurrencies are BTC, BCH, ETH, ETC, XRP, and QTUM.

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With all the bad news emitting from China, we need much bigger and better good news to blanket the whole cryptocurrency ecosystem so the market can be reacting more positively. This news coming from South Korea can be very encouraging and can speak volume of the immense potential for Bitcoin in this country.

China is just representing a temporary blip for Bitcoin and though there can be some chaos eventually the whole of cryptocurrency can still be growing fast even if we start to discount the whole of China. We need more new markets and by next am sure there will be more growth and new opportunities for all of us.

I believe that in South Korea, more plans are in the offing to take advantage of the cryptocurrency surge and this is a small country its people have huge savings and they have the power to sway Bitcoin market movements.

Long live South Korea!
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