South Korean crypto exchanges Bithumb and Upbit plan to delist Litecoin, saying the token's new privacy features violate the country's anti-money laundering law (André Beganski/Decrypt)

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André Beganski / Decrypt:

South Korean crypto exchanges Bithumb and Upbit plan to delist Litecoin, saying the token’s new privacy features violate the country’s anti-money laundering law  —  Two major exchanges in South Korea said they will delist Litecoin due to new privacy features enabled by the protocol.


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