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Korean blockchain platforms for unlisted stocks on the rise
11th May
  • South Korea is noticing a significant growth of interest in the blockchain-based platform offering stocks.
  • Last year, the country got its first platform launched by a financial IT firm, Koscom.
  • Now, two more companies are developing their own platform for unlisted startups' stocks.

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